Tuesday, February 22, 2011

Contest - By These Ten Bones & The House of Dead Maids by Clare B. Dunkle

As part of the blog tour for the paperback release of By These Ten Bones by Clare B. Dunkle, I am giving away one copy each of By These Ten Bones and the author's previous book, The House of Dead Maids. I will also be participating in the tour again on March 2nd, when I will review the book as well as feature a guest post from the author. You can see a list of the other stops for the blog tour here.

Contest rules:
To enter, leave a comment on this post with your email address as well as which of the two books you would prefer to win.
Contest will run for 2 weeks, until March 8, 2011.


By These Ten Bones:

A mysterious young man has come to a small Highland town. His talent for wood carving soon wins the admiration of the weaver’s daughter, Maddie. Fascinated by the silent carver, she sets out to gain his trust, only to find herself drawn into a terrifying secret that threatens everything she loves.
There is an evil presence in the carver’s life that cannot be controlled, and Maddie watches her town fall under a shadow. One by one, people begin to die. Caught in the middle, Maddie must decide what matters most to her-and what price she is willing to pay to keep it.


The House of Dead Maids:

Young Tabby Aykroyd has been brought to the dusty mansion of Seldom House to be nursemaid to a foundling boy. He is a savage little creature, but the Yorkshire moors harbor far worse, as Tabby soon discovers. Why do scores of dead maids and masters haunt Seldom House with a jealous devotion that extends beyond the grave?
As Tabby struggles to escape the evil forces rising out of the land, she watches her young charge choose a different path. Long before he reaches the old farmhouse of Wuthering Heights, the boy who will become Heathcliff has doomed himself and any who try to befriend him.

16 comments:

YA Librarian said...

Is by these ten bones YA? Also, is it historical?

Caroline Starr Rose said...

Either would be fine with me! Thanks.
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Jessy said...

Thanks for the giveaway! I would love to win The House of Dead Maids.

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Stephanie said...

I'd love The House of Dead Maids. Thanks for the giveaway!
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Rebecca Herman said...

YA Librarian - couldn't find your email so replying here in case you check again. yes, it is YA, and the setting is historical, a small town during Medieval times, but I don't think it's super specific.

YA Librarian said...

Oh cool. I read House of Dead Maids and enjoyed it. I"m sure I'd like the other one too.

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lisa said...

I LOVE CLARE DUNKLE! and i'd also love to win By These Ten Bones please. :)

lisathebooknerd at gmail dot com

thank you SO SO much for the contest :B

buddyt said...

If the giveaway is open worldwide, I would like to be entered.

The tie up with Emily Brontë's book interests me.

Thanks.

Carol T

buddytho {at} gmail DOT com

Jessica said...

Would love to win, "By These Ten Bones."
ireadtorelax@yahoo.com

Thanks for the contest! Jessica

TheGirlOnFire said...

I would love By These Ten Bones!
Stephanie
thegirlonfire27 at gmail dot com

Vivien said...

I would love The House of Dead Maids

Vivien
deadtossedwaves at gmail dot com

Raspberry said...

By These Ten Bones.
Thanks - what a fun giveaway. I'm a huge fan of hers.

natatheangel said...

By these ten bones would be my choice.
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Kelsey said...

I would love to be entered to win By These Ten Bones! I read about it a couple of days ago and now I'm dying to read it!

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Laina said...

If it's open to Canada, I'm good with either!!

Laina1312@gmail.com

SusieBookworm said...

Thanks for the giveaway! Both books look so good...I think I'd have to go with The House of Dead Maids, if only because it mentions Wuthering Heights.

 
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