Wednesday, August 22, 2012

WHO WANTS EXCLUSIVE SECRET CONTENT?

You may have already heard, but on August 30th, an awesome event with five amazing authors is happening at Anderson's Bookshop in Naperville, IL (outside of Chicago).


5 Good Reasons to Read YA
Authors:
Veronica Roth, Erica O'rourke, Dan Krokos, Susan Dennard, Leigh Bardugo




Here's what you haven't heard yet...

WE'RE ALSO GIVING YOU THE CHANCE TO GET A BOOKLET WITH EXCLUSIVE CONTENT FROM ALL FIVE AUTHORS!

The Details:

Hello Readers!  We have a fantastic opportunity for you to be one of the first to read *Exclusive* SECRET CONTENT by each of these 5 awesome authors!  We have 240 booklets of *Exclusive* SECRET CONTENT that we want to give out to YOU.  Here's how to get it:

1. Purchase 2 or more books by the authors participating in this event through Anderson's Bookshop.  Here is a link to more information to the event: http://www.andersonsbookshop.com/events (scroll down to Thursday, August 30)

2. If you are ordering online and do not plan on attending the event, you can still receive one of the 240 booklets. All you have to do while processing your order through the Anderson's Bookshop website is include this message in the Comments section of your Order Check Out: "5 Good Reasons to Read YA – August 30 Event, I'd like my books signed!"



And that's it!

**Remember, you must order these books through Anderson's Bookshop where the event is being held, otherwise your purchase won't qualify.

There are only 240 booklets, and they will be provided ONLY to the first 240 purchases of 2 or more books from the event.  If you purchase only one book, you won't receive a booklet, but you will still get a signed copy from an awesome author!

Now…what is this *Exclusive* SECRET CONTENT you might ask?  Well, it's a secret!  But we can give you a few hints. The booklet includes:

- an alternate beginning scene

- the first printing of original poster + a must-read folktale

- an important scene from an alternate point-of-view

- the first 5 pages of the next book in a thrilling series

- 2 secret scenes from a trilogy

Can you guess which ones belong to which authors?

Be one of the first 240 people to order 2 books from this event to find out!

4 comments:

Stephsco said...

I'm planning to attend the event. I love Anderson's!

Lexa Cain said...

It's great that the bookstore's online services make it all so easy. I won't be attending (it's too far from Egypt!), but I hope everyone has a fabulous time!

Zane Wooder said...

Who needs a book store when you get all your books online. I like that you can get previews of books online to. You got all these cheap people going to book store and reading books without buying them. Soon chapters will be the way of the dodo bird.

-Zane of ontario honey

Suzie Townsend said...

I disagree Zane. I'd much rather read a physical book and browse in an actual store. Not everyone feels that way and that's what makes the internet and ebooks great. But I think it's great we still have the choice.

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