It’s time once more for me to give away one of the books I reviewed last month! It was a slow reading month for me, meaning I read too slowly. I only reviewed five books in December, but they all received four stars or higher, so you really can’t go wrong with any of them. For December, J.T. Geissinger was my winner, as I read her latest Night Prowler book as well as a short novella she recently published. Both received five stars.
This month’s giveaway is easy: you simply need to leave me a comment on this post, and you will be entered to win. If you share the giveaway in any way, you can earn an extra entry. Simple, right? One winner will get to choose one of these five books, but I have a twist this month. Because The Last Vampire is so short, if you win, you will receive your choice of one of the other four books, as well as an e-book of The Last Vampire, provided you have a Kindle. This book is available exclusively for Kindle, so if you win and you don’t have a Kindle, that part of the giveaway won’t apply. The giveaway is International, provided the Book Depository ships to your country (please check here if you’re not sure). Here are the books I reviewed last month (click on the covers to go to Goodreads, and click on the book titles to read my reviews):
Edge of Darkness by J.T. Geissinger. This is Book #4 in the series, but you can easily read it as a stand-alone. No previous Night Prowler experience necessary!
The Last Vampire by J.T. Geissinger. This novella/short story is so good, I hope J.T. writes more of these! **Bonus e-book for Kindle to the winner, in addition to one of the other four books!
The Descent by Alma Katsu. The final book in Katsu’s The Taker trilogy, this one really can’t be read until you’ve experienced the rest of the series.
The Book of Apex: Volume 4 of Apex Magazine, edited by Lynne M. Thomas. This strong short story collection brings together thirty-three short stories from Apex Magazine. If you love genre-bending fiction written by talented writers with lots of imagination, you’ll love these stories.
Roomies by Sara Zarr & Tara Altebrando. This contemporary new adult focuses on the lives of two teens who are about to leave home for college. I enjoyed this one so much!
To enter, just leave me a comment below. You can tell me which of these books you’re most excited about, or anything else you’d like to comment on. You can share this post via Twitter, Facebook or any other option (see the share buttons below) and let me know in the comments how you shared, and I’ll give you an extra entry. That’s it! Thanks for entering, and good luck:)