Three– count them, one two three– books on my Entangled list released this month! Approximately Yours by Julie Hammerle, 27 Hours by Tristina Wright, and The Uncrossing by Lambda Literary fellow Melissa Eastlake. Plus, one more releases in less than two weeks: The November Girl by Lydia Kang! And finally this year, Sea of Strangers, the sequel to Erica Cameron’s critically acclaimed Island of Exiles is out December 5, in just 6 weeks!
Holy books, Batman.
To celebrate, I’m throwing a little party on Twitter. And you are invited! In fact, your friends are invited too. Anyone with a Twitter account can come. It’s on the #EntangledBookHunt hashtag. All you have to do is answer book questions to be entered to win that book. So if I asked you, “To win a copy of The November Girl: which book on my list received a Kirkus star?”, you’d run to the book pages of my website here and find the answer. Then you’d reply to the question on the hashtag with the answer. Every correct answer gets you an entry to win that book! It’s that simple. Open nationally for hard copies and internationally for ebooks!
These are the books available as prizes! Almost all of them have inclusive worlds, most are #ownvoices for at least some aspect of the diversity, and all of them are vibrant, swoony reads with something heart-pounding or unique or incredibly imaginative at their core.
Plus these books!
Among these books are an ass-kicking heroine with OCD, a half-lake monstrous girl with one of the most convincing non-human voices I’ve ever read, a sister relationship that made me call home, an adult romance with a male submissive hero that Smart Bitches, Trashy Books gave an A rating, a queer-normative fantasy Kirkus called “a rare gem of a book,” a queer Rapunzel retelling in the magic mafia, a YA contemporary that’s Paris Geller falling for Ferris Bueller, and way more.
Game Play Instructions:
- Show up on Twitter on the #EntangledBookHunt hashtag Friday, October 27, from 2-4pm Eastern time.
- I’ll ask questions about specific books on my Entangled list, adult and YA. To answer, go to my website (www.katebrauning.com). Choose the “editor” button. From the green hamburger menu in the top left, open the “YA Books” and “Adult Books” pages (also linked here). All questions will be drawn from the books on these pages. Click the book covers to see that book’s page with all the info.
- Reply to the tweet with the question on the hashtag with the correct answer.
- All correct answers to each question will be entered to win a copy of one of these books!
- Print books are available to winners with a U.S. mailing address. Ebooks are available internationally.
- Authors and other members of my team may show up to hang out on the hashtag, answer questions about writing, publishing, and their books, and be part of the fun!