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Thursday, 14 June 2012

Giveaway: In Which I have Anthologies about Vampires + Steampunk to share, who wants them?


Who is ready for another great giveaway?!

Teeth: Vampire TalescThe Eternal Kiss: 13 Vampire Tales of Blood and Desire Kiss Me Deadly: 13 Tales of Paranormal Love

Evolve: Vampire Stories of the New Undead Nyx in the House of Night: Mythology, Folklore and Religion in the PC and Kristin Cast Vampyre Series Steampunk! An Anthology of Fantastically Rich and Strange Stories

The Prize includes a box full of goodies, such as:
  • Teeth: Vampire Tales by authors as fabulous as Ellen Datlow (Editor), Terri Windling (Editor), Cecil Castellucci, Cassandra Clare, Melissa Marr, Holly Black , Neil Gaiman, Jeffrey Ford , Nathan Ballingrud, Kathe Koja, Catherynne M. Valente, Ellen Kushner, Lucrius Shepard, Genevieve Valentine, Emma Bull, Tanith Lee, Steve Berman, Christopher Barzak, Delia Sherman, Garth Nix, Suzy McKee Charnas, and Kaaron Warren.

    Basically a BUNCH of awesome authors together in this one book. The blurb: Sink your teeth into these bite-sized tales exploring the intersections among the living, dead, and undead.

  • The Eternal Kiss: 13 Vampire Tales of Blood and Desire
    Blurb: There’s an allure to vampire tales that have seduced readers for generations. From Bram Stoker to Stephenie Meyer and beyond, vampire stories are here to stay. For those fresh-blooded fans of paranormal romance or for those whose hunt and hunger never dies, these stories have what readers want!

    This collection of original tales comes from some of the hottest, most popular, and best-selling YA writers, including:

    • Holly Black (The Spiderwick Chronicles, Tithe)
    • Libba Bray (A Great and Terrible Beauty)
    • Melissa De La Cruz (Blue Blood)
    • Cassandra Clare (City of Bones)
    • Rachel Caine (Morganville Vampires)
    • Nancy Holder & Debbie Viguie (Wicked)
    • Cecil Castellucci (Boy Proof, Queen of Cool)
    • Kelley Armstrong (Women of Otherworld)
    • Maria V. Snyder
    • Sarah Rees Brennan
    • Lili St. Crow
    • Karen Mahoney
    • Dina James

    They will make everyone a sucker for eternal kisses.

  • Kiss Me Deadly: 13 Tales of Paranormal Love by  Trisha Telep (Editor), Maggie Stiefvater, Becca Fitzpatrick, Rachel Vincent, Karen Mahoney, Diana Peterfreund, Daniel Waters, Carrie Ryan, Justine Musk, Daniel Marks, Sarah Rees Brennan, Michelle Rowen, Michelle Zink, and Caitlin Kittredge.

    For those who thirst for accounts of paranormal romance, Trisha Telep has compiled some of the most thrilling takes of forbidden love in this collection. First crushes and last rites; dark spells and bright magic; forbidden lovers and enchanted beings -- and always, always the hungry games of desire. Pucker up for a darkly sweet collection of ghosts, shape shifters, fairies, unicorns, vampires, and demons in tales from today's biggest writers of the paranormal persuasion.

  • Evolve: Vampire Stories of the New Undead by Nancy Kilpatrick (Editor), Sandra Kasturi, Kelley Armstrong, Heather Clitheroe, Rebecca Bradley, Colleen Anderson, Claude Bolduc, Claude Lalumière, Gemma Files, Bev Vincent, Steve Vernon, Rio Youers, Natasha Beaulieu, Tanya Huff, Jerome Stueart, Mary E. Choo, Michael Skeet, Jennifer Greylyn, Ronald Hore, Victoria Fisher, Kevin Cockle, Sandra Wickham, Sheryl Curtis, Rhea Rose, Bradley Somer, Kevin Nunn.

    The pitch: New Vampires have evolved, and they are coming for you! Kelly Armstrong, Tanya Huff and twenty-two other dark fantasy and horror writers come together to re-imagine the future of vampires in this new collection of all-original short fiction – one of the most unusual and original vampire anthologies ever assembled.

  • Nyx in the House of Night: Mythology, Folklore and Religion in the PC and Kristin Cast Vampyre Series by  P.C. Cast (Editor), John Edgar Browning, Kristin Cast, Jordan Dane, Trinity Faegen, Yasmine Galenorn, Bryan Lankford, Karen Mahoney, Jana Oliver, Jeri Smith-Ready, Ellen Steiber, Amy H. Sturgis, and Christine Zika.

    An anthology of essays about The House Of Night series. Blurb: Edited by Cast, "Nyx in the House of Night"--a two-color illustrated guide to the House of Night series--brings the rich mythological influences of the series to life, providing the real-world stories behind the series and insight into the way those stories are used to create the captivating story of Zoey and the House of Night.

  • Steampunk! An Anthology of Fantastically Rich and Strange Stories by  Kelly Link (Editor), Gavin J. Grant (Editor), Garth Nix, Christopher Rowe, Kathleen Jennings, Dylan Horrocks, Holly Black, Cassandra Clare, Libba Bray, Cory Doctorow, Shawn Cheng, Ysabeau S. Wilce, Delia Sherman, Elizabeth Knox, and M.T. Anderson.

    In the first major YA steampunk anthology, fourteen top storytellers push the genre's mix of sci-fi, fantasy, history, and adventure in fascinating new directions.

And you get to win them all! All of these books, one stand alone package.

Giveaway Rules:

1. Follow Bloody Bookaholic.
2. Please leave a comment on this post answering this question: If I was to do another contest filled with many big titles that aren't coming out till late fall, would you prefer for me to do little giveaways or a big giveaway where I give away all the books to at least 3 winners?

Keep in mind that if I were to do little giveaways if you win once you won't be able to win again in the upcoming giveaways for the other books in the box that I would have otherwise given away in a big giveaway. So if you do win you would win less books, so to speak.


US only (sorry international guys!). Contest ends on June 27th.

55 comments:

  1. I'd prefer giveaways that were for each book. Like, small giveaways. NOt one big one. That way, people would get to choose the books that they might want to win.
    Thanks for this giveaway! Awesome titles :)

    Alyssa Susanna

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  2. I'm good either way when it comes to contest.

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  3. I would say smaller more frequent giveaways.

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  4. Hmmm, I think 1 big contest would be good. Having 3 winners would mean there's mulitple opportunities to win without all the hassle of multiple giveaways for you.

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  5. For that future giveaway, I think a bunch of smaller giveaways would be the way to go. But that's just me. (:

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  6. I like larger giveaways where you can win a few books at once.

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  7. I think I like the bigger giveaways. Thanks for posting!
    -Liz

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  8. I like both types of giveaways. Individual titles ones are great because if a person really wants a specific title then they are sure to enter because it's that title. If it's a multiple title giveaway, it's great because you get introduced to books you might not have heard of or have only had a passing interest in but never actively sought out.

    Admittedly I'm more hesitant to enter prize pack giveaways only because there is often two or more titles in the prize that I already have read. Makes no sense to enter at that point if I've read half the selection...you know what I mean?

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  9. This is a really cool giveaway. I haven't read any of these!

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  10. Whoops, I completely forgot to answer the question. I think it would be better to have separate giveaways. That way people will have a better chance of at least winning one book.

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  11. great giveaway
    follow via gfc
    drakebdog@gmail.com

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  12. I think 1 big giveaway with a few winners would be great.

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  13. I'd go with one big giveaway with three winners.

    Thanks for the giveaway!! :D

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  14. I think 1 big giveaway with a few winners would be good

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  15. WOW! Hmm, I guess small giveaways are nice to get to more people, but large giveaways to one person is thrilling for that one person. I'm both on this one too :)

    Thank you very much for the massive giveaway! I'd love to share these with my library after I'm done (they have so few new titles nowadays)

    Happy reading!
    -Kirthi
    (by the way, I love the new design! <--did you get one? I can't remember)

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  16. Either type of giveaway is fine with me. Tore923@aol.com

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  17. I think the big giveaway who be cool. Go Big or Go Home!

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  18. I'd prefere little giveaways..though big giveaways are not bad either. I'm just grateful for generous giveaways .:)

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  19. I think I'll go with small giveaways, that way more people get the chance to win :D

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  20. I'm fine with either way, but not sure which is better. I haven't done enough giveaways to tell you which will bring the most traffic. I hope you'll share any discoveries you make as you explore this, though!

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  21. A big giveaway! Always exciting that way.

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  22. I always like more winners, so it gives more people a chance to win something. But however you decide to do it is fine by me.

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  23. I know it's more work for you, but I say share the joy. Have lots of small giveaways.

    GFC: Mary Preston

    Email Subscriber
    marypres(AT)gmail(DOT)com

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  24. Smaller giveaways that give more people a chance to win.

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  25. Smallet giveaways. More chances to win! :)8

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  26. I don't really have an opinion either way. But I guess more, smaller contests would be better?

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  27. I would say one big giveaway to three winners that way they get a lot of really good books.

    But then again you would get more winners out of smaller ones and i guess that would be better, because you make more people happy.

    so...i say smaller is better lmao

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  28. I like both big and small giveaways, but there are pros and cons. Smaller would mean more winners, but a con would be that it would be more work and/or shipping cost for you to send to multiple people, so one big giveaway might be best.

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  29. This is tough. The excitement of winning essentially a box of books is pretty tempting! And, I'm sure it would be easier on you too.

    But, in the end I have to vote for small giveaways. I'm sometimes weary of entering large prize pack giveaways because sometimes a handful of the books really don't appeal to me, and I would feel bad if those books were "wasted" on me. Does that make sense?

    - Jackie

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  30. I would prefer more frequent, small giveaways

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  31. This is so hard!!

    But I would say a big one would be better because it would be easier to keep track and if someone forgot the rule of only winning once or actually won 2 because the one of the giveaways ended before the second, it would be annoying to you, for the first situation, and depressing for the winner in the second situation.

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  32. This is kind of a hard question... Probably small giveaways.

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  33. I follow by e-mail and would love to win this prize! I think I would prefer a big giveaway but all giveaways are fine with me :)

    klaxon63350 (at) mypacks (dot) net

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  34. OMFG I dont have words to describe my emotions!!!!!!!!! This is by far the most AWESOME AND AMAZING giveaway I have ever seen! I love all those books in there! House of night I love it! steampunk bah all of them. And well you can do like giving three books because sometimes a big giveaway cant be sad for us if we dont win :)

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  35. I love this giveaway! Every single one of these books has me drooling! Thank you for such a nice giveaway!

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  36. That is a tough one, because there would be better chances in the smaller giveaways to win, but you could also miss out on winning the one book you would really want. The big giveaway would also be really exciting but only three winners means lesser odds. Ummmm... I would say do the smaller ones, because then everyone can pick the books they want to enter on. If I were to win, I would be excited no matter the book!

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  37. I'm good with any type, but I mostly join small giveaways. :) Thanks.

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  38. I would prefer smaller giveaways for each book; that way more people have a chance to win something :)

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  39. I like the idea of smaller contests. It gives a better chance for more people to win! :)

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  40. Thank you for this chance to win I like both ways .Have a great weekend

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  41. I like the bigger giveaways! That way you can win more than one book. Thanks.
    -Maritza R

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  42. I like when multiple winners get something.

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  43. While I love the idea of a big giveaway--who doesn't want all those books in one contest?--I think smaller giveaways are better because they allow more opportunities for more people to win.

    Thanks for the contest!

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  44. I would prefer small giveaways, but both rock.

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  45. This is a fantastic giveaway, but I think having the smaller ones more often would be more fun. People would have more of a chance to win.

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  46. I think either one is okay, though big giveaways are fun!

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  47. I think any giveaway is great! Whatever is easiest for you. Thanks for the chance.

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  48. I think I'd prefer a lot of small giveaways

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  49. I'm always a fan of smaller giveaways. Then more people are able to get something! Always nice. :)

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