I’ve been looking for an excuse to do a giveaway (because I just really love giving people books!), and I finally got one: the JLR twitter hit 500 followers, so now we have something to celebrate!
Over the next week, I’ll be running giveaways on the JLR Twitter. Not following us yet? Go ahead… you must be following to win!
But what, exactly, will we be giving away? How about paperbacks (including some exciting ARCs from Comic Con), eBooks, audiobooks, and more! Every day, twice a day, for seven days. That’s fourteen chances to win!
Here’s what you need to know:
- Contest runs August 2 through August 9.
- Paperbacks can only be shipped to US addresses (international shipping is insanely expensive, sorry!), but eBook and Audiobook giveaways are open worldwide!
- You must be 18+ to enter.
- You must be following @justloveromance on twitter, and retweet the contest tweet within 24 hours to be entered for that particular giveaway.
- Check the #WeekofGiveaways hashtag
Current Giveaways (using #WeekofGiveaways):
$5 gift card from Dreamspinner Press (winner: @SadieEsperanto)
paperback ARC of Boy Robot (winner: @GuinKelly)
paperback ARC of Replica (winner: @KingdomofYakim)
one LGBTQIA+ audiobook of your choice (winner: @pearlgirl2629)
one LGBTQIA+ eBook of your choice (winner: @MrsBrideau)
paperback copy of Starstruck (winner: @iseult1124)
paperback copy of But For You (winner: @JulesLovesBooks)
one LGBTQIA+ eBook of your choice (winner: @oclaline)
paperback ARC of Gemina (winner: @BeeTheDreamer1)
one LGBTQIA+ audiobook of your choice (@waxapplelover)
paperback copy of The Terms of Release (@SherylBeesley)
– $10 gift card from Dreamspinner Press (ends 8/9 @ 8:00am EST)
– signed copy of Every Heart a Doorway (ends 8/9 @ 2:00pm EST)
Easy, right? Now, check out these sweet giveaways (in no particular giving-away-order):
Boy Robot, by Simon Curtis (out November 15): Boy Robot is the first in a planned science fiction trilogy that follows a group of synthetic cell human teens with special abilities as they fight against the government organization that created them and now wants to destroy them. (LGBTQIA+ characters, Sci-Fi, YA, warnings for violence and rape as per Goodreads reviews.)
Gemina, by Amie Kaufman and Jay Kristoff (out October 18): Moving to a space station at the edge of the galaxy was always going to be the death of Hanna’s social life. Nobody said it might actually get her killed. (Sequel to Illuminae; science fiction, YA)
Starstruck, by L.A. Witt: Retired action star Levi Pritchard has made a quiet life for himself in the sleepy logging town of Bluewater Bay, Washington. But then Hollywood comes to film the wildly popular television series Wolf’s Landing, and Bluewater Bay isn’t so sleepy anymore. His retirement doesn’t stick, either, because he’s offered a part on the show-exactly the kind of complex role he’d always wanted, one that would prove him more than a glorified stuntman. The only catch? He has to stay in the closet-no matter how attractive he finds his costar. (Bluewater Bay #1; LGBTQIA+, adult, contemporary.)
Every Heart a Doorway, by Seanan McGuire (autographed copy!): Children have always disappeared under the right conditions; slipping through the shadows under a bed or at the back of a wardrobe, tumbling down rabbit holes and into old wells, and emerging somewhere… else.
But magical lands have little need for used-up miracle children. (LGBTQIA+ characters, YA, fantasy, urban fantasy, novella.)
Replica, by Lauren Oliver (out October 4): Gemma has been in and out of hospitals since she was born. ‘A sickly child’, her lonely life to date has revolved around her home, school and one best friend, Alice. But when she discovers her father’s connection to the top secret Haven research facility, currently hitting the headlines and under siege by religious fanatics, Gemma decides to leave the sanctuary she’s always known to find the institute and determine what is going on there and why her father’s name seems inextricably linked to it. (YA, science fiction.)
But For You, by Mary Calmes: Jory Harcourt is finally living the dream. Being married to US Marshal Sam Kage has changed him—it’s settled the tumult of their past and changed Jory from a guy who bails at the first sign of trouble to a man who stays and weathers the storm. He and Sam have two kids, a house in the burbs, and a badass minivan. Jory’s days of being an epicenter for disaster are over. Domestic life is good. Which means it’s exactly the right time for a shakeup on the home front. (A Matter of Time #6, LGBTQIA+ romance, adult, suspense/thriller.)
The Terms of Release, by B.A. Tortuga: They say a man can always come home. So after doing hard time, Sage Redding heads to his family’s northeast Texas ranch to help his ailing daddy with the cutting horses.
Adam (Win) Winchester is a county deputy and the cousin of one of the men killed in the incident that sent Sage to prison for almost a decade. While Win’s uncles, Jim and Teddy, are determined to make Sage and the entire Redding family pay for their loss, Win just figures Sage has paid his dues and maybe needs a friend. Maybe he needs more than a friend. In fact, Win’s counting on it. (The Release #1. LGBTQIA+ romance, adult, western.)
eBooks and Audiobooks!
But maybe you have a certain book on your TBR that you can’t wait to read, and payday is still two weeks out? We’ve got you covered with:
- one $10 gift certificate to Dreamspinner Press
- one $5 gift certificate to Dreamspinner Press
- an LGBTQIA+ romance eBook of your choice from Amazon or ARe (three winners!)
- an LGBTQIA+ romance audiobook of your choice from Audible.com (two winners!)
Pretty damn awesome, right?
Questions? Lemme know in the comments below.