100 Followers Contest!!

, by Kt Clapsadl

Well, I finally hit the 100 followers mark, so I think its time for my first giveaway. The giveaway is for one of the books listed bellow, which will ship from The book Depository. This part of the contest is open to international entries where The Book Depository ships. I picked out a variety of my favorite books. Hopefully at least one will be of interest. I know I love them all!





If I reach 200 followers, I'll give away a signed and personalized Hardcover book from Kim Harrison. I can get any of her already released books, except for Black magic Sanction. That's right SIGNED and PERSONALIZED! Unfortunately this special part of the giveaway is only open to US entries. Sorry!

For every 50 followers after 200, I'll add another winner for a choice of a book shipped from The Book Depository from the list above!

To enter, please enter the form below, as well as answer the question below in the comments section. You must fill out both the from and answer in the comments or you will not be entered. You can get extra entries by spreading the word about this contest, as well as posting the buttons from the bottom of this post on your blog. Also, if you purchase anything through the Amazon referral banner below, you get 10 extra entries. I plan to use ALL commissions from that for future giveaways. I love giveaways, and this will help me be able to do more of them.

This contest will end at 11:59PM September 6th. I will announce the winner(s) on September 7th. The winner(s) have three days to respond, or I will choose another one. Thanks for entering, and Good Luck!

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Here is the question to answer in the comments:

Who is your favorite book heroine and why?

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50 comments:

  1. Great giveaway! And gratz on 100 followers!!

    Mmmm my favourite Heroine...
    Rose Hathaway (Vampire Academy)!
    Because she is kick ass, she doesn't take no for an answer and she breaks all the rules! She is fun to read and always does something surprising and exciting :)

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  2. Now that is a a hard one. I guess off the top of my head I would have to say Anita (Laurell K. Hamilton's Anita Blake books) because she does what needs to be done, she kicks butt, and she can manage all the people around her.

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  3. My favorite book heroine would have to be Bella from the Twilight series because she is such a normal girl that you can relate to.

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  4. Congrats on 100 followers! Currently, I'd have to say my favorite heroine would be Katniss from the Hunger Games!

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  5. Congrats on the 100+ followers! That's a tough question but my favorite heroine at the moment is Elena from Nalini Singh's Angel series because she is kick ass and doesn't take any crap, even from arrogant angels.

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  6. That's a darn good question, and I think I have to go with Rachel Morgan! She’s independent, sassy, loyal to her friends, determined, intelligent, compassionate, emotional, stands up for herself, has serious fight moves, and she’s a witch! I think Rachel might be the epitome of awesomeness in a female character, in my opinion.

    Congrats and thank you!

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  7. I like Rose from Vampire Academy. Love that "take no prisoners" attitude!

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  8. My favorite is Mac from Karen Marie Moning's Fever series. She totally kicks butt!

    Thanks
    Kim
    bookbutterfly9(at)gmail(dot)com

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  9. Lisbeth Salander, because I 'get' her. (Girl with the dragon Tatoo)

    Thanks
    nedsped at gmail dot com or nedsped at verizon.net

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  10. I really like Sookie but I think I like Anita Blake a little more. She seems a bit stronger than Sookie. Thanks for the fantastic giveaway! I want everything lol

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  11. My favorite heroine is Richelle Mead's Georgina Kincaid. She's witty and sarcastic, but also vulnerable. Although she could shapeshift (she is a succubus) into a tall and strong woman, she chooses to be petite, and that doesn't stop her from coming out on top.

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  12. Congrats on the followers!

    My favorite heroine is Patricia Briggs' Mercy Thompson. She is tough and independent, but basically very "normal" and down-to-earth person.

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  13. What a great giveaway! My favourite heroine is Hermione from Harry Potter. Beauty, brains, and a kick-ass attitude, she's definitely the best heroine role model for girls.

    ●▬▬▬๑۩Tina @ Book Couture۩๑▬▬▬▬●

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  14. Congrats on the 100 follows and thanks for hosting this giveaway. I would have to say, Clarie Danvers. She is smart, brave, and protects her friends when she needs too.

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  15. Congrats on all the followers! My favorite heroine would be Sookie. I think her powers make her a really good character and she interacts with the supernatural creatures well.

    juliecookies(at)gmail.com

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  16. My favorite heroine (at least, today), would have to be Evie from Paranormalcy. She's hilarious, sweet, AND she kicks butt!

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  17. Thanks for coming by my site! I follow you too now! I LOVE this template!! I use it for the official site for my webpages ( www.ofwitchesandwarlocks.com ) I did some custom pics to match the template. Lots of fun! You contest is a great idea! I love giveaway!
    Have a great day!
    http://badassbookie.blogspot.com/

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  18. I will always have a soft spot for Anita Blake, since its LKH's series that got me hooked on paranormal romance stories.


    caity_mack at yahoo dot com

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  19. Amazing give away - I was hopping by and am so glad I found your blog! Looks like we have similar taste in books! New follower!

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  20. I love Kate from Ilona Andrews series. Thanks for hosting.

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  21. Hopping back at you! Hey, did you enter my contest (Upper right side Bar). I am giving away TWO Books, Captured and the New Sherlock Holmes, Seance for a Vampire. The other part of the package is a a Lia Sophia Necklace. Come back and enter if you haven't. Fangs, Wands and Fairy Dust
    steph@fangswandsandfairydust.com

    My favorite heroine is Mercy Thompson.

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  22. Thanks for stopping by the Hop! And congrats on 100 followers; that's a huge milestone. :-)

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  23. Yay! More power to your blog!!

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  24. Google Friend Connect (GFC) seems to be having some issues... it wouldn't let me follow any blog, including yours... will have to try to remember to come back some other time to try to click that follower button again. Hopefully, GFC will have resolved its issues by then :(

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  25. Q: Who is your favorite book heroine and why?

    A: Kate of the Kate Daniels series. Because she's a kick-ass chick and the story telling quality is masterpiece :)

    Cherry Mischievous

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  26. That's a tough question! There are so many to choose from. Cat from Night Huntress, Riley Jensen, Elena Michaels, Rose Hathaway, Mercedes Thompson....

    I think Elena is my favourite though - she's kick-ass, she gets Clay *swoon* and she's Canadian. :-)

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  27. Congratz for the followers! The first 100 are the heardest ;)

    My favorite heroine? Not quite sure - does my uyn-published half written book count? No, didn't think so ;)

    So, hum... I'd say Morgan Le Fay, from The Mists of Avalon, altho even Morgana irritates me eventually -.-'

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  28. Katniss from the Hunger Games!! I love her strength and how she stands up for what she believes in!

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  29. Katniss Everdeen from The Hunger Games! She's smart, strong and independent.

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  30. I love Savannah Levine from Kelley Armstrong's Women of the Otherworld series. She's kick-ass, but real - she makes mistakes and has regrets. I think that's important in a heroine.

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  31. My favourite at the moment is Corine Solomon from Ann Aguirre's books.

    She is not perfect and makes mistakes but that only makes her more believable and human.

    Thanks

    Carol T

    buddytho {at} gmail DOT com

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  32. My favorite heroine would be Richelle Mead's Georgina Kincaid, because she's clever and feminine.

    spamscape [at] gmail [dot] com

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  33. Maliha Crayne from Dakota Bank's Mortal Path series because she has awesome martial arts skills.

    aikychien at yahoo dot com

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  34. my favorite is rachel morgan, as that was the first urban fantasy series that i got really hooked on.....

    congratulations on 100 followers!

    k_sunshine1977 at yahoo dot com

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  36. A have a few favorite but the top few on my list are Elana Michaels (Kelley Armstrong), Mercy Thompson (Patricia Briggs), and Rachel Morgan (Kim Harrison) for the obvious reason that they absolutely kick ass!!

    Thanks for the giveaway!

    spettolij AT gmail DOT com

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  37. I really like MacKayla Lane and Mercy Thompson. I also really like Rachel Morgan. And Dresden's Murphy also holds a spot in my heart :)

    majikgodss at aol dot com

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  38. I really like Rachel Morgan from the Kim Harrison books. She doesn't always have the opportunity to do the right thing - but she's not afraid of doing the lesser of two (or three) evils in order to make sure everyone she loves stays safe. :)

    Michelle
    kweenmg@yahoo.com

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  39. My all time fav is Phedre from the Kushiel's Legacy series. She's brave, she's kick ass, and her personality is amazing. She's just well rounded and I love her!
    Thanks for the giveaway!

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  40. Rachel Morgan from the Hollows by Kim Harrison. I just love watching Rachel learn and grow with each adventure. You can see how important her friends and family are, and how she works to protect them all.


    heatwave96(at)hotmail.com

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  41. I have to say Rose from vampire academy she is my favorite. I liked her from the first book.
    great giveaway thank you!

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  42. So not fair! There are sooo many great heroines out there, how can I pick just one?!

    Well, if I must...I'll go with the one I first discovered: Alanna of Trebond from Tamora Pierce's Tortall books. She's a fiery red-head who does whatever it takes to become a knight. I definitely wouldn't want to be on the wrong side of her sword!

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  43. Hi! This is a great giveaway! My fav book heroine would be Katsa from graceling. she's pretty badass and i like her a lot. :D

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  44. I would have to say Buffy from Buffy the Vampire Slayer. She was tough but she tried to live a normal life and had to make some very tough decisions.

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  45. Probably Katsa from Graceling. She's kind of amazing.

    Congrats on the followers.

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  46. Right now I would have to say either Kate Daniels from the Kate Daniels series by Ilona Andrews or Mercy Thompson y Patricia Briggs. I love that they are independent and can kick ass at any time.

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  47. My Favorite heroine is Rose Hathaway (Vampire Academy)! I just think I like her because she is a no B.S. kinda of girl. Also she struggles to be the best she can be even though she is always getting herself in trouble.

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  48. Awesome giveaway!!!! Thanks so much for having it, and congrats on the followers! :D

    My favourite heroine, well I'm not sure if I have a favourite, so I'll just pick one that I really like. I'm a big Elena Michaels fan, and since I see No Humans Involved is one of your favourite books I'm sure you know who she is. I just love Elena's strength, she doesn't let anyone mess with her, and she's overcome a really rough past. She's even strong enough to change her mind, to try and forgive to move forward. Although I am quite jealous that she's with Clay. :P lol

    Thanks again for the awesome contest! :D

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