Calli Giveaway and Apologies

I am an idiot. Okay? Im sorry. I just realized, after weeks, that I never announced the winner of the Calli giveaway. I am so mad at myself. I also forgot to post the signed Circle of Fire giveaway by Michelle Zink, so Ill probably get in touch with Michelle and coordinate again. Maybe Ill do it a different time, or maybe Ill even wait until TEMPTATION OF ANGELS comes out and do a Michelle Zink day. Im hoping that yall dont get mad at me because honestly, I goofed up majorly. Anyways, new plan. For the lovely copy of CALLI by Jessica Lee Anderson, you must do something.

This one will actually have no extra entries. Sorry, but its easier that way. To enter the giveaway, write a MEANINGFUL comment on my review of CALLI and the interview with Jessica Lee Anderson. You must do BOTH or else it doesnt count.

You must be 13+ and live in the United States. Thank you for understanding and international readers, I hope to have a giveaway for yall sometime soon but the fact is that I am broke. Sorry sorry sorry.

Anyways, so you must fulfill the above requirements and comment below with your email address. Thank yall!

One of the books that I had the awesome opportunity to read early was Calli by Jessica Lee Anderson. I was planning on using Rafflecopter for this giveaway, but unfortunately, WordPress.com does not allow javascript practically at all. Rafflecopter and Google Docs are the most popular giveaway tools right now.I must admit that I like messing around with different types of contests because it keeps it interesting and I’m trying to see what works best for me.

So, who’s ready to win a copy of CALLI?

Calli by Jessica Lee Anderson

Calli by Jessica Lee Anderson

Fifteen-year-old Calli has just about everything she could want in life—two loving moms, a good-looking boyfriend, and a best friend who has always been there for support. An only child, Calli is excited when her parents announce that they want to be foster parents. Unfortunately, being a foster sister to Cherish is not at all what Calli expected. First Cherish steals Calli’s boyfriend, then begins to pit Calli’s moms against one another, and she even steals Calli’s iPod. Tired of being pushed around and determined to get even, Calli steals one of Cherish’s necklaces. But this plan for revenge goes horribly awry, and Cherish ends up in juvenile detention.

Isolating herself from her moms, her boyfriend, and even her best friend, Calli wrestles with her guilt and tries to figure out a way to undo the damage she’s caused. When her moms are asked to take on another foster child, Calli sees an opportunity to make amends for her past mistakes.

Funny, moving, and emotionally rich, Calli is a portrait of an endearing young woman caught between adolescence and adulthood, striving to do the right thing even when all of her options seem wrong.

Thank yall!
Grace 

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