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End of 2009 Giveaway!

To celebrate the end of one awesome year, I’m holding one last giveaway! I know you’re all busy with holiday preparations, so I’m keeping it simple.

Prize #1: Three books of magic and the arts. I love fantasy, and I love creativity in all its forms, so I’d like to share with you three books that include both.

Fortune’s Folly by Deva Fagan, which combines fairy tale motifs with themes of storyteling, and fashion! :D

Wondrous Strange by Lesley Livingston, revealing a magical side of Central Park and a young woman’s love for theater.

Lament by Maggie Stiefvater, full of faeries and music and difficult choices.

Prize #2: A three-chapter critique of a novel manuscript. Best for young adult speculative fiction (fantasy, paranormal, science fiction), but I’m happy to offer my thoughts on adult, MG, and other genres, as long as you accept those aren’t my areas of expertise.

How to enter:

1) Post the Give Up the Ghost book trailer and a link to this giveaway on your blog/Facebook account/Myspace page/website/etc. Just needs to be public so I can confirm it’s there. If you’ve posted the trailer in the past, all you need to post is a link to the giveaway.

(Visit the YouTube page to get the embed code.)

2) Comment here with a link to the place you posted the trailer (now or previously) and the link, and let me know which of the two prizes you’d like to win! You can enter to win both if you post the trailer and link two different places.

And that’s all there is to it!

Entries must be received by Tuesday, December 15th at midnight EST. Giveaway open to anyone in the world.

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