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5K twitter followers giveaways!

Posted by Caitie F on August 21, 2017

I wanted to do a big giveaway for 5K followers. You can win a book, a query critique, or a 10 minute Skype call

Here are the rules:

  1. Enter for as many as you want to! One entry per person per giveaway (and yes, I’ll check!
  2. All giveaways are worldwide.
  3. You must follow on twitter in order to win. I’ll be checking this too.
  4. It closes midnight September 1st, EST
  5. The number of winners for query critiques and skype calls will depend on the number of entries and the number of twitter followers gained during this time


I’m giving away my two favorite books of the year, plus an ARC of an amazing book that is coming out later this year with each. Contemps: LITTLE & LION by Brandy Colbert and BROODING YA HERO: BECOMING A MAIN CHARACTER (ALMOST) AS AWESOME AS ME) by Carrie DiRisio. Fantasy: GODSGRAVE by Jay Kristoff (the B&N special edition!) and ARC of FOREST OF A THOUSAND LANTERNS by Julie Dao.

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6 Responses to “5K twitter followers giveaways!”

  1. melissamiles1 said

    Thank you for the chance to win these great prizes!

  2. Just entered for these! I’m going to be really embarrassed if this is more for people who have finished their novels and queries, as I’m looking more for information as to how to begin querying at all. If I win and that’s the case, I’m more than happy to pass it along! Here’s to my chances of winning Godsgrave! Thank you!

  3. Thanks for this incredible opportunity!

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