Wednesday, October 31, 2012

Last chance to enter Halloween Giveaways!

Sadly, The Crazy Bookworm's Countdown to Halloween is coming to an end for 2012. There will, of course be a Recap post but I just wanted to post a friendly reminder that all giveaways close at 11:59(eastern) tonight. Today is your LAST CHANCE to enter any of the giveaways that are going on. Check out the right side bar >> for a full list and links to each giveaway.

Good luck!

Happy Halloween! Top Ten Halloween Movies

"When witches go riding and black cats are seen, the moon laughs and whispers 'Tis Halloween"

My favourite Holiday has arrived! One thing I love more than Halloween is the day after when all the Candy is half price!

How will you be spending your Hallow's day? I will be handing out candy to all the kiddies, and than bunking down with the lights off indulging in some of my favourite Halloween flicks!

My Top Ten Halloween Movies

*Clicking on image will redirect you to Amazon*

10. Practical Magic

9. The Witches

8. Casper

7. Ernest Scared Stupid

6. The Addams Family

5. The Blair Witch Project

4. Paranormal Activity

3. The Ring

2. 1408

1. Hocus Pocus

Monday, October 29, 2012

Taking on the Dead by Annie Walls

Taking on the Dead (The Famished Trilogy, #1)

Release Date: September 20th, 2012
Genre: Horror/Fantasy
Pages: 312 Pages
Series: The Famished Trilogy #1
Format: Kindle
Source: Author
Reason: Blog Tour
Find the Author: Website
Buy the Book: Amazon

Life for Kansas was perfect until the day the world changed.

She has been hiding out for four years in solitude. It's the only way to survive. The only way not to draw the living dead. Helping a small group of people, she learns the new world might not be what she assumes. Venturing out of her refuge and comfort zone, she meets Rudy, who helps her find a greater purpose. She realizes that the world has moved on without her. Only it's not what she expects. Her knowledge of the living dead grows and only makes her more curious as humanity continues to hang on by a thread. While on her search for answers she finds comfort in new friendships and love, but her past seems as if it will haunt her forever. 

Kansas takes it upon herself to help other survivors, which would be easy if the famished were the only obstacles.

In a trilogy plot thick with twists and turns, this adult dark fantasy is emotional as much as it is horrifyingly gripping.

*Not intended for a young audience. Mature content.

“You should just expect the worst. The world just isn’t what it used to be.” 

For those of you that know me (and you don't even have to know me that well) is that my initial attraction to this novel was...Yes, the Zombies! Whenever I see or hear that word my ears are perked and my interest in piqued.

After reading the summary, I knew I had to read this! After 20 pages in, I knew I was going to love this book. The author had me sitting on the edge of my seat the entire time! I love a good page-turner but this one almost had me on the verge of going insane! Any free chance I had, I would read. Even if it was only a page or two. When I couldn't read, I was thinking about it. I would be trudging away on some torture device at the gym completely engrossed in this epic Zombie tale.

The authors delivery of Kansas's character was perfectly done! And what a fantastic character she was. A fierce heroine! (Yes, I said Fierce!).  I loved how she was a tough, zombie butt-kicking fighter, but deep down she was just a regular girl trying to survive.

This was the perfect novel to spend the Halloween Season reading. I'm pumped and ready to kick some zombie arse if I have, too!

I can't wait for Book #2 in the Famished Trilogy. Annie Walls completely blew me away with book #1!

Annie Walls
Author of dark fantasy and sub-genres of horror. Voracious Reader and Googler. Lover of dark humor. Horror Buff. Zombie Apocalypse Enthusiast. Loyal Cracked follower. Pinterest Addict. Wife of adoring husband. Mother of a five year old Bruce Wayne. Cook. Maid. Kisser of boo-boos. Ultimate Time Waster. Perfect Procrastinator. Lolly Gagger. Trubie. Cake Decorator. Tea Drinker. Sculpey Sculptor. Girl Gamer. Perfectionist in the art of Facebook stalking. And now, God help me, a blogger. Oh yeah, and a twitter, twatter, tweeter. Well yeah, I'm one crafty bitch.

Saturday, October 27, 2012

Stacking the Shelves

For Review

(There is a giveaway going on for this right now! Check out my right sidebar!)

The Lies That Bind (The Liar Society, #2)

Reflected in You (Crossfire, #2)
(Not sure if I am going to get to this one any time soon, but it is getting quite the hype!)

What books are filling your shelves this week?

Friday, October 26, 2012

Countdown to Halloween: Author Spotlight: Kathleen McKenna + Lots of Giveaways!

Youngest Child
“Come on home, girl,” mama said with a smile.

Hell found me.

I managed to make it to twenty years old thinking I knew who I was. Three weeks after my birthday, about an hour after I watched ‘America’s Most Wanted’ with my parents, the door was kicked in and half a dozen cops stormed into our tiny living room. They manhandled my daddy, and handcuffed him, and pulled him backwards out the door while Mommy and I screamed for explanations.

There weren’t any then.

We should have guessed that it was going to be bad because not only did Daddy not resist, he didn’t even look surprised.

We were the ones who were about to be surprised.

See, my daddy, my sweet easy-going accountant daddy, who had never raised his voice to me, let alone his hands, was being held without bail for the murder of five people.

Not just any people either.

The cheap stupid lawyer that my mommy hired told us that Daddy was being held for killing his wife, his own mama and his three children.

That was the beginning of the dark times. My mom told me I wasn’t her own real daughter. When she married my daddy, he already had me.

He’d told her that his first wife had died. I guess that much is true. The people he killed, I belonged to them. All my blood ties led to an old mansion deserted for nineteen years. The last people that walked in Breezy Point were the policemen who found my mother, my sister, my two brothers, and finally my grandmother, upstairs.

Daddy had left a note that mentioned Grandma in particular. He said, “Mother’s upstairs. She was too heavy to move.”

Author Bio

Kathleen McKenna is a transplanted Alaskan who spent twelve years on her first paragraph and now lives and writes prolifically in the opposite kind of desert, in New Mexico.

She has written eight novels to date and recently nearly lost all eight when her laptop and her back-up drive failed simultaneously. At the last count, seven have been recovered. 'The Wedding Gift' is Kathleen's third novel, the first of a supernatural trilogy. 

I absolutely ADORE Kathleen. We have become great friends over the last 2 years. The one thing I love most about blogging is the amazing people you get to know!

Kathleen McKenna, who sure knows how to write a book that scares the %#@& outta of you has been awesome enough to offer up not one but two epic giveaways of her newest novel Family Matters(Which focus's on the Manson Family!)

Up for Grabs
*20 Ebook copies of Family Matters
*5 *signed* Paperback copies of Family Matters.

*Giveaway open to Everyone
*Ends November 9th
*Must be 13 years of age or older
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Wednesday, October 24, 2012

Zombie Apocalypse, you ready? Stant Litore author of Strangers in the Land(The Zombie Bible) + Giveaway

So, zombie apocalypse. You’re ready?

by Stant Litore

I keep a Templar sword by the bed. Just in case. Actually scared to death of the hungry dead. On one of our first dates, my future wife and I rented Dawn of the Dead and about five minutes in, I quietly got to my feet, tiptoed out, and retrieved my wood-ax from the shed. Set it right against my armchair. Felt much better through the whole movie after that. The fact that Jessica was more amused than alarmed by this likely is one reason she and I now wear wedding rings.

Actually though, you have to understand that it’s not just one big outbreak we have to watch for. Zombies have been here all along, devouring our history from the inside. In every generation, there has been a plague somewhere. That’s what The Zombie Bible is about – how generations of our ancestors wrestled with the restless dead. How they fought for survival and for sanity in the centuries before electricity or guns or the CDC. Moviemakers like to freak me out with warnings of an imminent global collapse and a world rendered wasteland inhabited only by the dead gnawing on the last bones. But in fact tomorrow or the day after may only be the latest chapter in a long and grisly story.

I’ve been collecting these tales for a while. I have a place up in Colorado where there are few trees and you can see the dead coming from a long way off. I write each evening to scholars and archaeologists who can piece together bits of our half-eaten and half-forgotten memory. If you stop by or take a look in one of my books, I’ll tell you a few tales. How the prophet Jeremiah was left in a dry well three days with the dead tossed in after him. How Polycarp the martyr used to bring rest to dozens of the dead with a touch of his hand and his soul-searching eyes. How in the twelfth century BC Devora, an aging prophetess, led a tribal people against great herds of dead, her blade uplifted above her like a slice of moon against the night sky.

These are tales that will fascinate you and they are tales that will break the heart. Because whether today or three thousand years ago, one’s dead are never faced without terrible cost. Our ancestors understood that better than we, and we can learn from their stories.

This is a guest post by Stant Litore, author of Strangers in the Land (47North), a new entry in The Zombie Bible.

Check out The Strangers in the Land Series here
Stant Litore Twitter

The aging prophet Devora bolts awake in terror, gasping for air. In her dream she heard her mother’s shrieks as the ravenous dead pulled her from the tent. Devora had been only a girl then, crying as she listened to her mother's screams and the tearing of her flesh.

And in the morning, when her mother rose—undead and hungering—Devora slew her.

This third volume of The Zombie Bible takes you to 1160 BC Israel as the walking corpses devour the tents and homesteads of the People. Four will stand against the dead: Devora, who sees what God sees. The slave girl Hurriya. Zadok, a legend among warriors. And the widower Barak, fighting to keep his vineyard free of this new peril. But can they stand together? For the living fear each other—fear the strangers in the land—as much as they fear the hungry dead.

Strangers in the Land brings an episode from the biblical book of Judges to life, fierce and blood spattered. Few will survive the coming of the dead. None will survive unchanged


Thanks to the lovely folks at 47North they are giving away one copy of Strangers in the Land: The Zombie Bible to a lucky winner!

*Giveaway ends October 31st
*Open to Canada and U.S. 
*Must be 13 years of age or older to enter
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Tuesday, October 23, 2012

Attention Ontario Bloggers: YA Apocalypse Book Tour!

This November, preparation for the 2012 apocalypse, six Ontario authors of apocalyptic and dystopian YA fiction will be touring around the province, chatting with readers, signing books, and offering great prizes to those who attend!

Tuesday Nov 6, 7pm – Indigo Yorkdale, Yorkdale Mall (Toronto) – Leah Bobet, Megan Crewe, Lesley Livingston, Maureen McGowan, Cheryl Rainfield. RSVP on Facebook!
Saturday Nov 10, 2pm – Chapters Belleville, Quinte Mall – Megan Crewe, Lesley Livingston, Maureen McGowan, Cheryl Rainfield, Courtney Summers. RSVP on Facebook!
Saturday Nov 17, 2pm – Chapters Brampton, 52 Quarry Edge Drive – Leah Bobet, Megan Crewe, Lesley Livingston, Maureen McGowan, Cheryl Rainfield. RSVP on Facebook!
Saturday Nov 24, 2pm – Chapters Barrie, 76 Barrie View Drive – Leah Bobet, Megan Crewe, Lesley Livingston, Maureen McGowan, Cheryl Rainfield. RSVP on Facebook!

I am so there! I am going to try to at least 3 of these events! How about you?

Interview with a Blogger: Beauty and the Bookshelf

How long have you been blogging? 

My first post ever went up on September 17, 2010, but it wasn’t for the current blog, Beauty and the Bookshelf. It was called For the Love of Reading—I think—and it wasn’t originally for reviewing. I think I started it for info on my senior project For the Love of Reading, which was a book signing I put together with some local authors. Eventually, I neglected the blog. But then I came back and wanted to do reviews and such, and my first one was posted on March 31, 2012. Since then, I’ve done memes, interviews, reviews, book tours, cover reveals, and so on. While I’ve been horrible at reviews—book slumps and time are destroying me—I’d say I started being a more continuous blogger toward the end of May and beginning of June. So I’ve been blogging for about four months or so. (Which would’ve been much easier to just say at the beginning.)

What inspired you to start a book blog? 

You know, I’m really not quite sure. I think it just might have been my love for reading, and I wanted to express and share that with others. Plus, there was a part of me that thought a lot of people weren’t bookworms like I was. Now that I’m in the blogging world and seeing everything, I know that I was wrong—there are a ton of bookworms like me, and it’s awesome!

Tell us 3 random things about yourself 

1. I can’t swim.

2. I’ve had all kinds of pets, including several pigs. I currently have two cats (Big Kitty and O’hara) and a hedgehog named Odair.

3. I have a freckle on the bottom of my foot. I’m really proud of it.

And you should be proud of that freckle! And I am very jealous that you had pet pigs. I've always wanted one!

What is your all-time favourite book?

Twilight! That book made me be an avid reader and want to become a writer. I don’t understand all the hate toward it and Stephenie Meyer—I love it and am a totally Twihard. (I’ve gone to every movie at midnight and already have my tickets for Breaking Dawn – Part 2; I have all kinds of Twilight things: ornaments, books, magazines, wedding rings, jewelry, a pillowcase, a blanket, an Edward Barbie doll, shirts, etc.) TWILIGHT FOREVER! 

Me, too! Twilight totally re-ignited by love for reading!

If you could only take 3 books with you from your bookshelf, what books would they be? First, I’d just like to say that this question is cruel—I hate choosing. That said:

1. Twilight by Stephenie Meyer because it’s my favorite.
2. The Host by Stephenie Meyer because I love it and don’t tire of it.
3. Anna and the French Kiss by Stephanie Perkins because it’s a happy, wonderful read.
*Stretches arms* *Wipes sweat off brow* *Breathes heavily* That was hard.

LOVED The Host!

Where is your dream reading spot?

I really just like lying in my bed at night and reading with a small source of light. I think it’s the best time to read—it’s quiet and peaceful, and people can’t bother me while I’m trying to read.

What is one guilty pleasure that you have? 

Buying books. But I only feel guilty toward my bank account.

Finish this sentence "I can't live without..."?


Ah, yes. I guess that is some what of a necessity...

If you could spend the day with any book character, who would it be and why? 

This question is SO HARD. I could say so many book characters, and I know that there isn’t just one person I could choose. So, the following is just one of the people that I would choose; I don’t think I have a number one. And that character is: Shane Collins from The Morganville Vampires series by Rachel Caine. If you know me and my blog, then you know I mention those books whenever I possibly can. Why? Because I love them. Because they could go on forever and I’d never, ever tire of them. I love almost every character in the books, and Shane Collins is no exception. I love him, I love him and Claire together, I love him with his friends, I love his sarcasm, I love his quirks—I just love him. And I’d love to spend a day with him.

Haven't read that Series yet *Ducks from flying books*

What advice would you give future or new bloggers?

Just have fun! And read, of course. And be aware that it’s not ten minutes every day. I’m not a big blogger at all, but I still have a list taller than the world of books that I want to read, and with school and life and everything, it’s hard to read them all. It takes time, so make sure you can tell it. 

Bump in the Night Quiz 

Halloween is right around the corner, do you have a favourite scary read? 

I don’t like scary things—they scare me—so I don’t really have a favorite scary read, since I don’t read a lot of scary books. However, I have read some and would definitely recommend The Skeleton Man by Joseph Bruchac (short but creepy), Ten by Gretchen McNeil (great horror novel), and Anna Dressed in Blood by Kendare Blake (some parts seriously scared me).

What was your favourite Halloween Costume as a child? 

I was Elle Woods from Legally Blonde once. I had a pink skirt, shirt, hat, and purse, complete with a one-dimensional, Styrofoam Chihuahua. I’m still upset that I lost the hat.

Do you have a favourite scary movie that you watch each year? 

I hate scary, so no. But I do like certain movies—the Disney Channel classics: Under Wraps,
Phantom of the Megaplex, Mom’s Got a Date with a Vampire, Don’t Look Under the Bed, The Scream Team, and Halloweentown.

What is your favourite Halloween treat?

Chocolate! The houses with king-size candy bars are the best.

 Ghosts or Zombies? 

Ghosts. I hate zombies.

Vampire or Werewolves?

This is tough, but I think I’ll go with the vampires.

Show me your Bookshelf

I’m getting ready to move soon, so the bookshelf will look very differently. Most of my books are pictured there, with the left half on the floor being library books and the right half being ARCs; I also have some stacks of books in the closet. I’m excited to move so I can get a third bookshelf.

Hedgehog: Odair the hedgehog, not in a grumpy mood.

Be sure to stop by The Beauty and the Bookshelf and say Hello!

Monday, October 22, 2012

In A Glass Grimmly by Adam Gidwitz

In A Glass Grimmly (A Tale Dark & Grimm #2)
Release Date: Oct 2, 2012
Publisher: Penguin | Dutton
Genre: Fantasy | Young Adult
Pages: 312 Pages
Series: A Tale Dark & Grimm #2
Format: Hardcover
Source: From publisher
Reason: Review | Countdown to Halloween
Find the Author: Website
Buy the Book: Amazon CA | Amazon

More Grimm tales await in the harrowing, hilarious companion to a beloved new classicTake caution ahead—
Oversize plant life, eerie amphibious royalty, and fear-inducing creatures abound.

Lest you enter with dread.
Follow Jack and Jill as they enter startling new landscapes that may (or may not) be scary, bloody, terrifying, and altogether true.

Step lively, dear reader . . .
Happily ever after isn’t cutting it anymore.

In this companion novel to Adam Gidwitz’s widely acclaimed, award-winning debut, A Tale Dark & Grimm, Jack and Jill explore a new set of tales from the Brothers Grimm and others, including Jack and the Beanstalk and The Frog Prince.

I absolutely adore Fairytale re-tellings. Sometimes there is nothing better than curling up and visiting an old, favourite tale with a new spin.

This book was wonderful in so many different ways. Firstly, it was hilarious! The author's little interruptions throughout the story was a perfect touch. I couldn't help but imagine a British story teller living in a cottage, reading these stories and bringing them to life. The authors ability to make these tales come alive in such a unique and edgy way was so charming.

Secondly, the spin on old classics. I am familiar with the grimm versions and the children versions of most fairy tales. There is now a great new category; The Adam Gitwitz version. He took each story and each character and gave them a little umph. He packaged the novel with a beautiful writing style that flowed so perfectly.

I haven't read A Tale Dark and Grimm yet, but it won't be long before I do. I adored the author's presentation and twist on these classic tales.

In A Glass Grimmly is perfect for those nights when all you want to do is curl up and indulge in a book. You will get lost with these mystical creatures and characters. In a Glass Grimmly is definitely a novel you don't want to miss out on!

Friday, October 19, 2012

Spooktacular Scavenger Hunt Week 2 Question #2

How to participate in The Scavenger Hunt? It’s Easy!

Twice a week, I will post on The Crazy Bookworm asking a question. The answer will most likely require a photo, but that may not be the case for each question.  If you don’t have your own camera, that’s fine. Just be creative! Maybe a Google search will help you out!

You can blog, tweet, Facebook, or use whatever source you have to share your answer. You then come back to The Crazy Bookworm and will post your response(with a link) in the Comments.

Of course, I will also be participating! So be sure to stop by to check out my answers as well! Have a great question for the scavenger hunt? Feel free to Tweet meFacebook me, or leave your question in the comments!

Yes, there is a giveaway!

This giveaway isn’t specifically for The Scavenger Hunt, but you will earn extra entries if you participate in The Scavenger Hunt!

This week's question #2

The Zombie Apocalypse has broken out, and you don’t have time to find weapons. You must use the object closest to you. Grab it and take a picture!

It was either this, or my paperback version of The Perks of Being a Wallflower. I don't know what kind of damage this would do..It doesn't even have staples!

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Thursday, October 18, 2012

Follow Friday

Q: When you step out of your USUAL genre what do you like to read? Best books in that genre?

A: Well, even thought I review mostly Young Adult on this blog, I do read a lot of other genres as well. I think my favourite is Historical Fiction or Contemporary Romance (bring on the Nicholas Sparks!!)

There is TONS going on at The Crazy Bookworm right now. 

*Take part in The Crazy Bookworm's Spooktacular Scavenger Hunt that takes place on Monday's and Friday's. Just stop by on those days to check out the question. You can participate any time!

Giveaways! I have lots of giveaways that are happening right now for The Crazy Bookworm's Countdown to Halloween. Just check out the right side bar for details >>

If you enjoy your visit here, then please feel free to follow The Crazy Bookworm to stay up to date!

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Leave your link in the comments, so I can hop back!

Happy Hopping!

Tuesday, October 16, 2012

Halloween Countdown-Do You Remember Your First Time? With David Moody + Giveaway


with David Moody

So, do you remember your first time? No, not that first time...! I’m talking about the first time you were completely, unstoppably, hopelessly terrified by something. Try and think back to it now – it might have a been a book or a film, a story told in the school playground, a clown at a circus, the old lady who lived next door, or something else entirely.

I remember mine. In fact, I can remember a number of occasions...

There was the time back in junior school when I was, I think, no older than eight. Any readers from the UK might recall an educational BBC TV programme called ‘Words and Pictures’. Anyone remember the bizarre, goggle-eyed, orange floating head monstrosity which used to present it? Here’s a very small picture of the hideous creature in question:

He/she/its name was Wordy, and its odd appearance and piercing, effeminate voice terrified me. I used to sit at the back of the class (in pitch black as the lights were off and the curtains drawn so we could see the screen) scared stiff, waiting for the torment to end.

Or there were the numerous times, also back in the 1980’s, at the height of the Cold War, when the government early warning system would be tested. I’d stop everything and my legs would turn to jelly as that ominous, instantly recognisable wailing siren noise filled the air. I’d sit and wait for it to end, too scared to move, wondering if this was just another test, or if, in less than four minutes time, the world I knew was going to come to a painful, fiery end as mushroom clouds billowed on the horizon.

Or the time I first read Day of the Triffids and was too scared to walk past bushes on my own for weeks.

Or the time I first saw Romero’s Night of the Living Dead, in pitch black, with an enormous thunderstorm raging outside, ferocious winds making the house shake.

Or the time – just a month or so ago, actually – when I was out running and got lost in a maze-like forest, unable to find my way back to the road. I ran several miles further than planned, convinced that each step I took was taking me further away from civilisation...

So what’s the point of dredging up all these dark, unpleasant memories?

Stop reading for a second, and take a moment to think back to the first time you remember being scared stiff, or maybe the most recent time you were afraid instead. Do you remember how you felt? The nervousness, feeling like everything was out of your control, your palms clammy, pulse racing, a gnawing feeling of dread growing in the pit of your stomach, constantly looking over your shoulder... Remember?

My point is this: there are few things in life which can have such a dramatic effect on us as fear. It has a real biological purpose, of course, to warn us of danger and allow us to protect ourselves from harm, but it’s more than that. Like most horror fans, I LOVE to be scared, and I’ve spent a long time trying to work out why.

Some of the most affecting, visceral frights we experience come from dreams. I’m sure you’ve all been woken by nightmares before now: finding yourself suddenly wide awake, surrounded by darkness, confused and disorientated, not sure what’s real and what isn’t... Isn’t it great when you realise it was just a dream? The wonderful feeling of sweet relief when it becomes clear that everything you’ve just been through didn’t actually happen, and you’re back in the real world again.

And that, to my mind, is a key reason why the much-maligned horror genre is so important. Not only does it give us an idea of how bad things might get, it also reminds us that maybe our reality isn’t so bad after all. So I’ve decided that writing horror is a public service. If I can scare the heck out of you, then by default I’ll also make you feel good afterwards. And the more intense the scares, the better you’ll feel later.

So, this October (and the 31st in particular), join me in celebrating all things horrific and terrifying. Remember all the things that have freaked you out in the past, and try something new to scare the heck out of yourself today. Overdose on horror this Halloween season, and you’ll feel great on November 1st. You know it makes sense!

Author Bio

Hater Series
Autumn Series
David Moody was born in 1970 and grew up in Birmingham on a diet of trashy horror and pulp science fiction books and movies. He worked as a bank manager and as operations manager for a number of financial institutions before giving up the day job to write about the end of the world for a living. He has written a number of horror novels, including AUTUMN, which has been downloaded more than half a million times since publication in 2001 and has spawned a series of sequels and a movie starring Dexter Fletcher and David Carradine. Film rights to HATER have been bought by Guillermo del Toro (Hellboy, Pan's Labyrinth) and Mark Johnson (producer of the Chronicles of Narnia films). Moody lives outside Birmingham (UK) with his wife and a houseful of daughters and stepdaughters, which may explain his pre-occupation with Armageddon. Visit David at: Website | Twitter


The Autumn Series by David Moody is one of my all-time favourite Zombie series. You know how you read the one book and you just want to recommend it to everyone you know? Well, that's the Autumn Series to me. 

I have one copy of the first book in the Autumn Series to giveaway.


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