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The Goddess Test and Abandon Giveaway!

Ok, guys! You know I've read both books, and they didn't work for me. I'm sure lots of people would love them, so the books are looking for a new home which will make them feel welcome :)
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Ребята, вы знаете, что я прочла обе книги, и они особого впечатления на меня не произвели. Я знаю, что они понравятся многим, поэтому отдаю в хорошие руки :)


It's a paperback, read only once and in immaculate condition. My review is here.
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Книга в мягком переплёте, прочитана один раз, но как новенькая. Ссылка на моё ревью выше.

Again the book is a beautiful hardback, read once and in an immaculate condition. My review is here.
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Книга в твёрдом переплёте, прочитана один раз, но как новенькая. Ссылка на моё ревью выше.








The Rules
1. Giveaway is international, one winner will win these 2 books.
2. Giveaway ends 14/07/11
3. To enter, comment answering what is your favorite book retelling a fairy tale or a popular myth and leave your email in the comment.
4. Extra entries: 
+1 a GFC follower
+1 Networked Blogs follower
+1 for a tweet or spreading the word about the giveaway on your blog/LJ/Facebook, etc.
Good Luck!
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Правила
1. Контест международный.
2. Контест заканчивается 14/07/11
3. Нужно оставить комментарий о вашей любимой книге, пересказывающей какую-нибудь сказку или миф и ваш имэйл для связи.
4. Дополнительные пойнты в контесте можно набрать:
+1 если вы  GFC follower
+1 Networked Blogs follower
+1 если вы расскажете о контесте через Facebook/Tweeter/LJ/блог. Мне понадобится ссылка в комментарии.

  Удачи!

37 comments:

Anonymous said...

Hey :) Thanks for the giveaway!
I really enjoyed Beastly by Alex Flinn.
stephbarkerdrew(at)hotmail(dot)com
+1 GFC: Stephanie

Margaret said...

The only one that comes to my mind at the moment is Ella Enchanted. Of course it's not the same as Cinderella but there are similarities.

I'm a GFC follower. Thanks for the giveaway!

Margaret
singitm@hotmail.com

Jennie said...

Hi! Thanks for the giveaway!
My favorite retelling is Beastly by Alex Flinn. I loved the book. The movie wasn't as awesome though (but I still enjoyed it).

+1 GFC Follower

Jennie
un3xpectedfate[at]hotmail[dot]com

Denise Z said...

I have been hearing a lot about the many books that are coming out now that evidently are retelling of fairy tales, but I have not read one to my knowledge, if I have the fairytale was not recognizable as such by me :) I have read a lot of UF and of course those are generally based on myths about the supernatural, but who really knows :) Thanks for sharing today. I found your blog today over at Candace's Book Blog and am glad I did. I have signed up to follow and look forward to reading more of what you have to say. Thank you for the awesome giveaway opportunity.

dz59001[at]gmail[dot]com

buddyt said...

I am a Follower via GFC

My favorite retelling is Beauty: A Retelling of the Story of Beauty and the Beast, by Robin McKinley.

Thanks for the giveaway.

Carol T

buddytho {at} gmail DOT com

Birgit said...

I admit, I haven't read that many, so my choice would have to be "Just Ella" as I don't remember reading any other retellings of fairy tales right now (how sad is that).

GFC follower

danaan at gmx dot at

Jeanne said...

My favorite retelling is also Beastly by Alex Flinn :)
Thank you so much for the chance to win!
GFC: Jeanne
Rathouska.jana@gmail.com

AgnesPink said...

My favroite retelling is A Kiss In Time By Alex Flinn!
It's a retelling of sleeping beauty and it's awesome!!
Thanks for the giveaway!!
Both books were on my wishlist!
Xx
GFC Follower : AgnesPink
pranali_nk04@yahoo.com

Misha said...

I have no idea. I think that Hunger games are based on some myth, but I'm not sure. But I am going to read Young adult version of Red Riding Hood. :D

Misha
misadevilgirl@seznam.cz

Jadey! said...

Amazing giveaway! I want to read both of these!

My fave retelling has to be The Swan Kingdom by Zoe Marriott, it's amazing!

GFC: Jadey!
Networked blogs: Jade Walker
Tweet: http://twitter.com/#!/jade_jmbtf/status/87101668281417728

jade-walker@hotmail.co.uk

Yiota said...

Favorite re-telling...now that's hard. I really liked the Stepsister Scheme by Hines but i really loved A Kiss In Time too XD

giota22@msn.com

Anonymous said...

I like Beastly by Alex Flinn! :D

ninmonster at rocketmail dot com

GFC: Janinay
Networked Blogs: Nin Mönster

Diana said...

Thanks for the giveaway!
My favroite retelling is Beauty: A Retelling of the Story of Beauty and the Beast
by Robin McKinley
GFC follower as Diana
Networked blogs as Demitra Giote
I shared it on FB: http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1522821560

artgiote at gmail dot com

Clarissa P (Clary) said...

I liked Beastly by Alex Flinn. Although the movie was a let down.
Thanks for the giveaway!

claroxide@yahoo.co.in

Anonymous said...

Does The Iliad count if it's retold by the Danish writer Bent Haller? I just freaking LOVE that story. *O*
frederikker.jb@gmail.com

Alicia said...

My favourite re-telling of a fairy tale is Sisters Red by Jackson Pearce, which is an amazing modern version of Little Red Riding Hood. Thank you for the giveaway :)
GFC follower as Alicia P
smith_p43[at]sky[dot]com

carpenyx said...

I really liked Beastly by Alex Flinn. Thanks for the giveaway!

I'm a GFC also.
carpenyx@gmail.com

iLuvReadingTooMuch said...

Hi! Thanks for the amazing giveaway :)
I really loved Percy Jackson and the Olympians by Rick Riordan (myths) and (fairy-tales) I found Princess of the Midnight Ball by Jessica Day George AMAZING!

+1 GFC: iLuvReadingTooMuch

iliveforreading AT hotmail DOT com

pandasrule said...

Both of these books look amazing!

Please enter me in. My favorite retelling of a fairy tale is The Goose Girl by Shannon Hale. It's quite beautiful.

I follow GFC as Angie

ajiehuang1997 (at) gmail (dot) com

Anonymous said...

Hi! Thanks for the amazing giveaway! I've been wanting to read both these books very much! :)

I don't think I've read any modern retelling of fairy tales, but I have got two books which I will be reading very soon: Ash by Malinda Lo (a retelling of Cinderella) and Mermaid by Carolyn Turgeon (a retelling of The Little Mermaid)!

I follow you through GFC as Phanee!

funnywool[at]live[dot]com

soulunsung said...

"What is your favorite book retelling a fairy tale or a popular myth?"

There's a few that come to mind, like Hans Christian Anderson's "The Snow Queen" and the re-telling of it by Wendy Delsol in her books, Stork and her soon to be released Frost. Then there's also Beauty and the Beast in the modern re-telling from of the novel Beastly, which I've just recently read and absolutely loved. :)

I follow you through GCF - Susan Haugland. I've also tweeted and facebooked about this.

Tweet: https://twitter.com/#!/endsxtonight/statuses/87264828560908288
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/permalink.php?story_fbid=216508035051056&id=100000675285472

You'll need to request to follow though, because they are private. :)

I also follow you through Network Blogs.

Inesa said...

I follow you throug GCF - fatal.monster

Tweet :)
http://twitter.com/#!/fatalmonster/status/87281988582649856
fatal.monster @ gmail.com

I like Beastly by Alex Flinn
Thanx for the chance to winn! :)
Looking forward to results!

Kulsuma said...

I do love the movie Ever After with Drew Barrymore. I really enjoyed Beastly too.
GFC follower- Kulsuma.
k_anon[at]hotmail[dot]co[dot]uk

Aik said...

My favourite fairy tale retelling is Beastly by Alex Flinn.

+1 a GFC follower
+1 Networked Blogs follower - Aik Chien
+1 for a tweet about the giveaway
http://twitter.com/#!/aikchien/status/87339523083730944

aikychien at yahoo dot com

TheJay2xA said...

My favorite book retelling would be Beastly which is a retelling of Beauty and The Best!

fallendream03 AT gmail DOT com

Extra Entires

+1 Old GFC follower
+1 Networked Blogs follower
+1 Tweet http://twitter.com/#!/TheJay2xA/status/87434831012708352

Anonymous said...

I only read one book that was retelling a myth and that would be Beastly by Alex Flinn. :D
+1 New GFC follower-Ioana Lacatusu
ioana_raluk95@yahoo.com

ioana97 said...

My favourite book that retell a myth is Beastly by Alex Flinn, but I also like very much Percy Jackson

+1 New GFC follower as balmezandrada

balmezandrada at yahoo dot com

Linda Kish said...

The Storyteller's Daughter

lkish77123 at gmail dot com

Giada M said...

Thank you for making this great giveaway international! :D You are very generous. :)
One of my favorite fairy tale retellings is Thornspell by Helen Lowe (a sleeping beauty reteling).

+1 a GFC follower (Giada M)

Fingers crossed! >_<

fabgiada (at) gmail (dot) com

-petit said...

My favorite fairy tale retelling? Uhm... Cinderella Ninja Warrior! :D

I'm a GFC Follower, a Networked Follower (Debora Lima), and I shared the link in the facebook (https://www.facebook.com/permalink.php?story_fbid=187182384669522&id=100000194126788)

I hope that I win :D

abookandacupcake(at)gmail(dot)com

throuthehaze said...

One of my faves is Beastly by Alex Flinn

+1 Networked Blogs follower-Rae Pavey

throuthehaze at gmail dot com

Jaedia said...

Thanks for the giveaway.
I'm not sure if I've read any fairy tale retellings or mythological.. hm. They're both pretty high up on my reading interests but I just haven't picked any up yet. Lord of the Rings, perhaps?

Anyway, I'm GFC following as Hannah/Jaedia, Networked Blogs as Hannah Richardson, and I tweeted: http://twitter.com/#!/jaediasrantpage/status/88192697864695808

jaedia @ live .co.uk

Anonymous said...

My favorite retelling is Beastly. I have always loved the story of beauty and the beast and this modern rendition is great.

I'm a GFC follower as Audris Jimenez +1

mendy said...

Thanks for the giveaway! I love greek myth and my favorite myth would be the myth of persephone.

GFC- Mendy

mendyha26@gmail.com

Victorique said...

Beastly by Alex Flinn
+1 a GFC follower
+1 Networked Blogs follower
boohoowoo[at]rocketmail[dot]com

Anonymous said...

My fave myth retelling is probably Rick Riordan's Percy Jackson series, not only because I had fun reading but my friends liked it very much, too. It was fun discussing the plot and what-not with everyone pitching in. Hehe

+ 1 GFC Follower - Mauie
+ 1 Tweet

http://twitter.com/#!/travelingreadr/status/91070392436932608

+ 1 blog post
http://thetravelingreader.wordpress.com/2011/07/13/book-giveaway-from-nocturnal-book-reviews/

Thanks for this great giveaway, Karina! ^_^

Charisse Balleza said...

I loved Robin Hood's retelling, it's Scarlet by A. U. Gaughen :))
GFC Charisse Balleza
Networked Blogs Charisse Marie
Here's my email: catamacharissemarie@yahoo.com

Great books! :))

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