Saturday, December 8, 2012

Giveaway: The Archived!

I still can’t believe it’s December. Geeeesh.

Anyways, on that note, I’m holding quite a special little giveaway here. What am I giving, you ask? Well, next month is January. And one of my very favorite books that I had the pleasure of reading early gets released finally. I absolutely can’t wait to pick it up!

So, with that:

I’m giving away my ARC copy of THE ARCHIVED by Victoria Schwab!

On an even more excited note, the contest ends on the 28th of December, so you should still get it in the mail before the finished copies hit shelves.

You guys, I have to admit it. I struggled a bit with the idea of giving this one away because it’s just so goooood. You know how you get these special books, and you want to own every edition that you can? Yeah…well that’s me with The Archived. I just love it so much. But I promise I’m being good and sharing by passing it on. :P

If you haven’t seen my review for The Archived, check it out here.

The rules are simple:

U.S. only (sorry my international followers!)
13+ (with parental permission)
You don’t have to be a follower of The Bookaholic, but it’s appreciated.
The winner must respond back within 48 hours or I will draw a new one.
Don’t try to cheat the system. I do check.
Have fun and good luck! You really don’t want to miss out on this book!

a Rafflecopter giveaway


  1. The history I would most like to learn about is my great aunt's

  2. The history I would most like to read about would be my grandmother's. She lived to be 95 years old and did a lot of interesting things. I'd like to find out mostly about her child life and growing up. She had three children very young and I'd like to know how all that went down.

  3. I'd love to know something about my great, great grandmother's history.

  4. I would like to read the history of my grandfather. He was murdered before I was born and I'd like to know more about him.

  5. Forgot to tell you, you're blog is looking mighty pretty!

    Merry Christmas:)

  6. This is harder than I thought it would be, especially because I don't really think about reading biography very often. So..this comment is a bit of cheat, in that I'm commenting, but not actually answering the question, because, honestly, I'm stumped!

  7. Yes, yes. Come to me precious....

    Oh *ahem* If I were to read someone's history...I'd read Ben Franklin's :)


  8. Your websites are a great inspriration. Thank you for all of the great ideas and tips you share with everyone.

  9. Wow that was really interesting, altought i would add few more deeper thoughts

  10. I would like to learn more about Jane Austen or Marilyn Monroe...things the history books might not know. :p

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  12. Amelia Earheart, because I'd love to know how it ends.

  13. I'd love to read about Roald Dahl! I love that guy's imagination.

    Lilian @ A Novel Toybox


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