Spotlight Week: Possess Giveaway

This month the spotlight was on Gretchen McNeil and her suspenseful paranormal YA book, POSSESS.

Check out my REVIEW of Possess, and my INTERVIEW with the musical Gretchen McNeil.

To cap off this spotlight week, I’m giving away a SIGNED Hardcover copy of POSSESS, plus some cool swag!

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To win, just Leave a comment below and tell me why you’d like a copy of the book.

I’ll put all your names in my magical drawing box and pick the winner.

I love encouraging people to unleash their imaginative and creative sides, so the more creative your answers are, the more chances you have of winning. If your comment/answer tickles my fancy, I’ll add another slip of paper (or two) with your name on it to my drawing box.

And, if you tweet about this giveaway, or share it on Facebook, I’ll add more slips of papers with your name on it.

The contest will end on November 30, 2012, Friday.

Good luck!

 

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13 Responses to “Spotlight Week: Possess Giveaway”

  1. I’d like to win it for the cool cover alone.

  2. Akoss says:

    “For fans of The Exorcist Only”
    And I happen to be one, so it would be creepy awesome to win this copy. ;)

    I also tweeted: https://twitter.com/akossket/status/266981278086221824

  3. deniz says:

    Swag! I wouldn’t mind winning because I love the word swag!

  4. Ooh, I’ve been wanting to read this forever. I’d like to win it so I can set it up in my bathroom and use it as template to color my face exactly like the girl’s on the cover. I’ll be stylin’.

  5. Hilary says:

    Hi Nutschell .. I must go back and read your review and interview .. delighted someone’s going to win the book – an early Christmas present …

    Cheers Hilary

  6. Carina Olsen says:

    Hi :D I’m gonna hope that this giveaway is international. Because I want this book. I really truly do. I want it because a lot of people seem to love it, and I adore the book cover. It looks amazing :D And yeah. I do think the summary sounds pretty awesome ;) I also own her other book; Ten. Will be reading it soon, I think :) Thank you for this awesome giveaway. <3 You are amazing :)
    Love, Carina

  7. Cool giveaway… this is a book I’ve had my eyes on for a while. Love the cover and the premise is way cool:)

  8. because i said so, that’s why i want it…does that work??? hahaha… book looks fantastic!!!

    new follower and it seems i came just in time :) hi!

  9. Talli Roland says:

    Good luck to all participating! What a great prize to aim for.

  10. unikorna says:

    Good luck to the contestants, the book seems very intriguing indeed. I am too far away to participate :). Good luck everyone.

  11. Splendid! My hats in the ring or on the blog or wherever! Thanks Nutschell!

  12. Heather H. says:

    I’m interested in winning this book because your review a while back seriously piqued my interest in it. Doesn’t hurt that I’m also a lifelong fan of horror, so me wanting this is pretty much a big, ol’ DUH. ;)

  13. Cassie McBride says:

    Growing up, reading got me into trouble. My educational beginnings were somewhat unique given that I was homeschooled until sixth grade, allowing me the freedom to concentrate on subjects that interested me. I chose books. In fact, I devoured them, oftentimes at the expense of my other studies until I was forced by the commands of an irate mother to put down the latest suspenseful thriller. After racing to finish my homework in other subjects, I was released from all worldly obligations and free to return to the literature I cherished. I was defenseless against the reading-induced adrenaline pounding through my veins, the goose bumps creeping over my flesh and the whispers of the uncanny on the back of my neck.

    Some things never change. I am still fascinated by mysteries, suspense, tales of the paranormal, and enrapturing accounts of rattling window panes and creaking stairs. If it resembles the genre of the Fantastic, with the realistic framework established in the beginning almost always shattered by a supernatural battleax of events, I am hooked. The perilous edge the poor reader must cling to while balancing realism with the surreal is a journey I cannot resist.

    Possess is no exception. The protagonist, Bridget, has the unnerving supernatural ability to hear demons. This sounds like a book I will have to leave the lights on to read! I’d be enthusiastic to say the least to get my hands on a copy of this book!

    https://twitter.com/cassiealicia/status/270565635426246656

    https://twitter.com/cassiealicia/status/270565635426246656

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