Category: Current Giveaways

Apr 01
April 2020 Discussion Challenge Link-Up & Giveaway

April 2020 Discussion Challenge Link-Up & Giveaway

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Welcome to the April monthly link-up for the 2020 Book Blog Discussion Challenge hosted by Nicole @ Feed Your Fiction Addiction and Shannon @ It Starts at Midnight! Well, this April Fools is a bit less … humorous than usual. Or maybe the joke’s on all of us, who knows? We definitely need a little break from reality lately, so let’s keep discussing books, shall we? (By the way, the graphic this month is a portrayal of our amazing medical professionals defeating the virus–I know it’s technically bacteria, but he looks so cute and frightened! And that doctor looks like he can take on anything!) The winner of our February discussion challenge giveaway was Davida @ The Chocolate Lady’s Book Review Blog. She won a book featuring a romance and chose Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo by Taylor Jenkins Reid. Sounds like there are seven romances in that one! Hope… Read more »


Mar 28
March 2020 Monthly Wrap-Up Round-Up Link-Up & Giveaway!

March 2020 Monthly Wrap-Up Round-Up Link-Up & Giveaway!

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The Monthly Wrap-Up Round-Up is hosted by Nicole @ Feed Your Fiction Addiction and Shannon @ It Starts at Midnight. The February giveaway ends soon, so head over there for your last chance to enter! This is the link-up AND giveaway for our March wrap-up posts. If you don’t already know about the Monthly Wrap-Up Round-Up, read the information below: Every month, at the end of the month, we’ll put up a monthly wrap-up link-up post where everyone can link up their month-end posts. There are no specific requirements for what needs to be in your post, as long as you have a book blog and your wrap-up summarizes your month in some way. The round-up will include a giveaway that encourages people to visit YOUR month end wrap-ups, giving entries for commenting and/or sharing. Anyone can participate in the giveaway—you won’t have to actually link up in order to… Read more »


Mar 03
If We Were Giants by Dave Matthews and Clete Barrett Smith

If We Were Giants by Dave Matthews and Clete Barrett Smith

Current Giveaways, Reviews 17 ★★★★★

Amazon, Kindle, B&N, iBooks, Kobo, TBD, Bookshop.org This book is utterly wonderful! When you were a kid, did y0u ever imagine people living up in the trees or in the base of a volcano or some other place tucked away, hidden by nature? I know I did. Well, the authors of this book take that concept of hidden societies and imagine, what if those hidden worlds were in danger? Kirra’s home has always been safe and peaceful, tucked away in a volcano. Her father’s stories of volcano demons have ensured that no one will find them. Until, one day, someone does. Takers come, and they destroy everything Kirra has ever known. She escapes to a society where everyone lives in the trees, and she blocks out everything from her past life, but nowhere is safe forever. There is so much to love about this book—setting is incredibly important, and it’s imagined so… Read more »


Mar 01
March 2020 Discussion Challenge Link-Up & Giveaway!

March 2020 Discussion Challenge Link-Up & Giveaway!

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Welcome to the March monthly link-up for the 2020 Book Blog Discussion Challenge hosted by Nicole @ Feed Your Fiction Addiction and Shannon @ It Starts at Midnight! Wow so it’s March already, eh? Spring is almost upon us in the Northern Hemisphere, wooo! The winner of our January discussion challenge giveaway was Lauren @ Shooting Stars Mag! She got to choose any 2020 release, and she chose The Electric Heir by Victoria Lee . Hope you love it, Lauren!! If you don’t know what this challenge is all about or haven’t signed up yet (but want to), head on over to the challenge sign-up page to learn more! Even if you’d rather not join, we hope you’ll stop by occasionally to check out the MANY discussion posts that are being linked up here – there’s lots of great discussions going on! Looking for even more inspiration, or want to… Read more »


Feb 26
February 2020 Monthly Wrap-Up Round-Up & Giveaway

February 2020 Monthly Wrap-Up Round-Up & Giveaway

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OH HAI. Shannon @ It Starts at Midnight is joining me in co-hosting the Monthly Wrap-Up Round-Up! She’s been participating since I started it, so I’m super excited to have her join in the fun! So we’ll be switching off in hosting the giveaway (just like we do for the Discussion Challenge giveaway). The January giveaway ends soon, so head over there for your last chance to enter! This is the link-up AND giveaway for our February wrap-up posts. If you don’t already know about the Monthly Wrap-Up Round-Up, read the information below: Every month, at the end of the month, we’ll put up a monthly wrap-up link-up post where everyone can link up their month-end posts. There are no specific requirements for what needs to be in your post, as long as you have a book blog and your wrap-up summarizes your month in some way. The round-up will include… Read more »


Feb 20
Red Hood by Elana K. Arnold: Review & Giveaway

Red Hood by Elana K. Arnold: Review & Giveaway

Current Giveaways, Reviews 22 ★★★★

Amazon, B&N, iBooks, Kobo, TBD, Google This book is a dark, brutal retelling of Little Red Riding Hood, an unflinching exploration of the victimization of women. It is not for the faint of heart, and I’m honestly a little unsure if I’d recommend it to the average YA reader. If you’re going to read this book, you need to know what you’re getting into. Not only are there many triggers in it, but Arnold pulls no punches when she depicts sex and violence (and menstruation, which is a big part of the story and is often described in vivid detail). That being said, it’s also incredibly powerful and will most certainly leave an impression. And the storytelling itself is masterful—I found myself flying through the book, eager to find out how the events would unfold. I was also surprisingly fond of the second-person narration (meaning that the story is told… Read more »


Feb 14
Pippa Park Raises Her Game by Erin Yun: Review & Giveaway

Pippa Park Raises Her Game by Erin Yun: Review & Giveaway

Current Giveaways, Reviews 12 ★★★★½

You can purchase Pippa Park Raises Her Game at the following Retailers:   To sum this book up, it’s Mean Girls for middle graders with the addition of basketball and a big lie that threatens to blow up everything! I know this is a Great Expectations retelling, but honestly, as I was reading this, I couldn’t help but think of Mean Girls often—it just has that vibe (I guess I’d forgotten most of GA, which I read in my high school days, but that didn’t cut down on my enjoyment of the book). Pippa has just transferred to a private school from the local public school, and she feels like a fish out of water. She wants so much to fit in, but she isn’t really sure how. All of the kids in her class come from money, and they seem to have a bunch of expectations that she has no idea… Read more »


Feb 05
Malice by Pintip Dunn: Review & Giveaway

Malice by Pintip Dunn: Review & Giveaway

Current Giveaways, Reviews 24 ★★★★½

A twisty time travel tale! This is one of those books that keeps you on your toes—Alice’s future self has contacted her because she needs current-Alice to stop a classmate from creating a virus that will decimate the population. You’re left not only wondering who will be a future evil genius, but also trying to piece together how future-Alice’s instructions will possibly stop the upcoming apocalypse. I love stories like this because it’s so fun to try and figure out exactly what’s going on. I actually had the villain pinned right from the start, but the book definitely threw me for more than a few loops by the end as the time travel aspect of the book got twistier and twistier. Alice is never sure who to trust—in the current world or from the future. I especially loved seeing her live out aspects of her future life and finally experiencing the whole timeline so she… Read more »


Feb 01
February 2020 Discussion Challenge and Giveaway

February 2020 Discussion Challenge and Giveaway

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Welcome to the February monthly link-up for the 2020 Book Blog Discussion Challenge hosted by Nicole @ Feed Your Fiction Addiction and Shannon @ It Starts at Midnight! Hope 2020 has been good for you so far! We’re certainly off to a great start with the Discussion Challenge! The winner of our December discussion challenge giveaway was Jessica @ a GREAT read! She got to choose any 2020 release, and she chose Cursed: An Anthology edited by Marie O’Regan & Paul Kane. Hope you love it, Jessica!! If you don’t know what this challenge is all about or haven’t signed up yet (but want to), head on over to the challenge sign-up page to learn more! Even if you’d rather not join, we hope you’ll stop by occasionally to check out the MANY discussion posts that are being linked up here – there are lots of great discussions going on!… Read more »


Jan 31
7th Blogoversary Giveaways!!

7th Blogoversary Giveaways!!

Birthday/Blogoversary, Current Giveaways 88

That’s right, Feed Your Fiction Addiction is seven years old today, and I feel like celebrating! This book blog has led to so many amazing things in my life, and I’d like to say thank you to all of you who have taken the journey with me. In the past seven years, I’ve posted: Over 1818 total posts (I’ve deleted some over the years, so it’s actually well over this number.) 211 discussions 1003 reviews (Some of these were made private when I changed my review policy.)(11 of them were dual reviews with friends!) Over 393 giveaways 42 author top ten lists (mostly authors’ top ten addictions) 332 Sunday Posts (which include pre-order deals & giveaways from around the blogosphere) 75 Top Ten Tuesdays 81 monthly wrap-up posts 6 April Fools’ posts 11 Fun with Spam posts Also of Note: I’ve done one major redesign of the blog. Also, this year, I updated my… Read more »