Monday, 31 May 2010

GIVEAWAY: Win The Sky is Everywhere by Jandy Nelson + Other Goodies! (UK only) - CLOSED


Thanks to Walker Books UK, I have a very cool The Sky is Everywhere giveaway today. To celebrate the release of this beautiful book, I have one (1) prize pack up for grabs, which includes the following:
  • A finished UK copy of The Sky is Everywhere (read summary here).
  • A Sky is Everywhere t-shirt
  • A pack of Sky is Everywhere post-it notes


Rules & info:
  • Open to UK residents only.
  • End date: June 10th, 2010.
  • One entry per person.
  • You don't have to follow my blog to enter.

Fill in the form below to enter, and don't forget to check out my exclusive extract from the book. Good luck!


12 comments:

LadyViolet said...

Yay! Finally a giveaway with a book that interests me that's actually for us poor UK folk!

Caroline said...

My computer bugged in the middle, so I signed up a second time, I hope it doesn't show as a multiple entry :-/
Thanks for the giveaway !

Blueicegal ♥ said...

i know violet thats exactly what i was thinking i had this huge grin when i saw it go us!! thanks for this!!

Natalie (Mindful Musings) said...

Oops, I entered thinking I saw US, but it was "UK." Sorry about that! You can just ignore mine! But the book sounds great! Good luck to you lucky UK residents! :)

Lindsay (a.k.a Isabella) said...

This book sounds amazing. I keep looking at it in every bookshop I go into.:)

Lauren said...

Awesome giveaway. I love the sound of this one... and what's not to like about special post-it notes?!

prophecygirl said...

Caroline - no worries, I've deleted your accidental entry.

Natalie - Sorry it's UK only. I'll hopefully have some worldwide giveaways soon :)

Kelly said...

Great giveaway! The book looks fantastic :)

Kay (Dead Book Darling) said...

Since seeing the excerpt you posted this morning, I've already bought this book. Which was just silly, as I might have won a t-shirt dammit.

I hadn't realised how awesome the binding was! As soon as I picked it up, I no longer cared what it was about. I just HAD TO HAVE IT. Reminded me of my teenage journals... only better organised...

prophecygirl said...

Kay, that's great! The binding and presentation is amazing - like you, I would have bought it even if it was about bricklaying or something equally of no interest to me.

Hope you like it!

lanna-lovely said...

Woops - I think I may have entered twice? I'm not sure if I entered before. =/

Anonymous said...

sucha good book