Audible giveaway

Who wants to win a free copy of Croak or Scorch in audiobook form? You do? How bad? What are you willing to do for me? Laundry? Please say laundry!

Oh fine, I’ll just give them away. Fill out the form below and you’ll be entered into a drawing to win one of three prizes:

A) a free download of the Croak audiobook from Audible
B) a free download of the Scorch audiobook from Audible
C) a signed bookplate (5 available)

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A winner is you.

The giveaway runs from today until midnight EST next Tuesday, 4/2, and it’s open internationally. You can enter in a plethora of ways: follow on Facebook, TwitterTumblr, or this blog; sign up for my newsletter; or leave a comment below telling me your favorite read-aloud story. Here’s the form, good luck!

Giveaway over, form closed.

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12 comments

  1. Right this moment, my favorite read-aloud is “Too Many Bunnies” by Matt Novak, closely followed by “The Cat in the Hat”. Smiles…

  2. My favorite audiobook is (and I realize this is both kind of cheating and kind of obvious) the Harry Potter series. I would never have picked it up if it weren’t for the audio, and Jim Dale’s my favorite! Thanks for the giveaway, Gina!

  3. I love audiobooks. I have listened to a lot of fantastic ones. Before I Fall by Lauren Oliver was excellent, The Diviners was too. Right now I am listening to Clockwork Princess and it’s amazing!! As far as my favorite read-aloud story probably anything Dr. Seuss and I really love Goodnight Moon. My daughter is a fan of the Pete the Cat books.

  4. Any book by Jon Sciezska — The True Story of the Three Little Pigs, especially. I also love The 500 Hats of Bartholomew Cubbins by Dr. Seuss and Where the Wild Things Are by Maurice Sendak. I also love chapter books read aloud — the Chronicles of Narnia, the Laura Ingalls Wilder series and The Blue Castle by L.M. Montgomery are great.

  5. My favorite read-aloud story is any of the pigeon books by Mo Willems. I don’t care if it’s Don’t Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus or The Pigeon Finds a Hot Dog or Don’t Let the Pigeon Stay Up Late! I love these books and love reading them with my boys. They still love them and they are 12 and almost 8. But don’t tell I’m pretty sure the 12-year-old won’t admit to still liking it. Come to think of it, he doesn’t admit to liking much . . .

  6. For kids, I love “Piggy in the Puddle”. For me, some of of my run and around with squeeing because it was so awesome is “Neverwhere” by Neal Gaiman and “The Bards of Bone Plain” by Patricia McKillip.

  7. Mine would probably be Junie B. Jones. Makes for great car rides where you don’t have to worry what your younger sister might overhear.

  8. My personal favorite would have to be The Reckoning by Kelley Armstrong. The preformance is magical. Not sure who narrates, but it is AWESOME!!! Thanks for the giveaway! *crosses fingers*

  9. I love the Infernal Devices audiobooks, the narrators were awesome they did an incredible job! I love reading aloud the Bernstein Bears to my nephew!

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