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Win all 11 of Ellen Hopkins' Books | #Ellen10 Rumble Giveaway (Closed)

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Whether you're heading to the office or back to campus, The Lovely Side and SimonTEEN want to make sure that you have enough reading material – not including textbooks. So Simon & Schuster is hosting a BIG BOOK GIVEAWAY right here. One lucky U.S. reader will receive a "Share Your Story" prize pack (pictured above) including a journal, pen, coffee cup, and Ellen Hopkins' complete YA backlist of 11 titles. That's right – 11 books for you to devour. 

There are multiple, easy ways to enter – just be sure to get them by the end of the month! Enter using the Rafflecopter widget at the bottom of this post. :) Happy reading, my lovely bookworms!


About Rumble
The New York Times bestselling author of Crank and Tricks explores the highly charged landscapes of faith and forgiveness with brilliant sensitivity and emotional resonance.


“There is no God, no benevolent ruler of the earth, no omnipotent grand poobah of countless universes. Because if there was...my little brother would still be fishing or playing basketball instead of fertilizing cemetery vegetation.”


Matthew Turner doesn’t have faith in anything.

Not in family—his is a shambles after his younger brother was bullied into suicide. Not in so-called friends who turn their backs when things get tough. Not in some all-powerful creator who lets too much bad stuff happen. And certainly not in some “It Gets Better” psychobabble.

No matter what his girlfriend Hayden says about faith and forgiveness, there’s no way Matt’s letting go of blame. He’s decided to “live large and go out with a huge bang,” and whatever happens happens. But when a horrific event plunges Matt into a dark, silent place, he hears a rumble . . . a rumble that wakes him up, calling everything he’s ever disbelieved into question.

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About Ellen
Celebrating the 10th Anniversary of the #1 New York Times bestseller by Ellen Hopkins: CRANK!
Since the release of Crank, Ellen Hopkins has continued to write powerful verse fiction that has been impacting readers for the last decade. You can find Reading Group Guides and more information about all of her YA titles here: Crank, Glass and Fallout | Impulse and Perfect Identical | Tricks | Burned and Smoke | Tilt.


Ellen Hopkins is the #1 New York Times bestselling author of Crank, Burned, Impulse, Glass, Identical, Tricks, Fallout, Perfect, Tilt, Smoke, and Rumble, as well as the adult novels Triangles and Collateral. She lives with her family in Carson City, Nevada, where she has founded Ventana Sierra, a nonprofit youth housing and resource initiative.


For more information on Ventana Sierra, go to VentanaSierra.org.

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Comments

Hanna G. said…
My favorite reading spot would be my bedroom. I enjoy cooping up in my bed alongside some books, particularly gothic horror, dystopian, and realistic books. They're my favorite genre. :)
samantha said…
My favorite place to read is in this quiet park by me. There's all these super artsy, stone benches to sit on, or I just lie in the grass on a comfy blanket. The sound of the outdoors and a great book is the perfect combination :)
Kelly said…
My favorite place to read is on the subway for some reason. It's the only place where I can REALLY concentrate on reading.
My favorite spots are my bed and the couch :)
Renee Veneman said…
I've never read Ellen Hopkins but this is definetly on my tbr!!
Mariah Ellis said…
My favorite place to read would probably be my bed! It's so comfortable. Of course, I also enjoy reading while I am curled up in my grandmother's chair that I now have.
Katherine Ivan said…
I prefer to read either in my comfy living room recliner or in my luxuriantly appointed bed.
bohochick03 said…
I have only read Crank but I am very interested in reading the rest of her collection! Thank you for hosting the giveaway :)

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