Spring YA Books Giveaway

Posted April 14, 2016 by Sara | Novel Novice 34 Comments

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We are long overdue for a good contest here at Novel Novice — so I’ve rounded up ten great new YA releases this Spring and am offering them up for a fantastic giveaway! Which books, you ask? Take a look:

spring 2016 books giveaway
It’s a pretty swell list. Pretty flowers not included — BUT some other goodies WILL be included. Here’s the full deets:

Prize Pack #1:

  • The Star-Touched Queen
  • The Way I Used to Be
  • I Woke Up Dead at the Mall
  • Wink Poppy Midnight
  • A Fierce and Subtle Poison
  • Novel Novice “Book Nerd” tote bag
  • Assorted bookmarks, buttons, and other swag

Prize Pack #2:

  • Drag Teen
  • Flamecaster
  • A Drop of Night
  • Harmony House
  • Eleven Things I Promised
  • Novel Novice “Book Nerd” tote bag
  • Assorted bookmarks, buttons, and other swag

If we have more than 100 people enter (not 100 entries, but entries from at least 100 people), I’ll also throw in some runner-up prize packs which will each include:

  • One 2016 YA book (TBD – it may be an ARC or it may be a finished copy)
  • Novel Novice “Book Nerd” tote bag
  • Assorted bookmarks, buttons, and other swag

So not only should YOU enter — but encourage your friends to enter, too. Because the more people who participate, the more prizes I’ll give away!

A few rules to note:

  • Contest is U.S. only
  • Contest runs through midnight (PT) on Friday, April 22nd.
  • See our complete contest policy for our standard rules & guidelines.

To get started, just complete the Rafflecopter form below:
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34 responses to “Spring YA Books Giveaway

  1. Amanda G

    It’s hard to say what qualities I enjoy most in a good book. I read quite a lot. It depends on the book. Sometimes it is the characters. Sometimes it is the plot.

  2. Christina H

    It has to have gone through good editing. I’m not a fan of books with a number of mistakes unless it’s an ARC. The story has to be captivating but not genere specific. I think it’s really about how the writer unfolds the story.

  3. I love great characters and relationships. If I don’t like the characters or want to support them, then it’s hard for me to like a book. It also has to have an engaging plot and good writing. And a great romance doesn’t hurt!

  4. Top 5 books that are perfect for spring time:
    Anna and the French Kiss by Stephanie Perkins
    Maybe Someday by Colleen Hoover
    The Wrath and the Dawn by Renee Ahdieh
    Shiver by Maggie Stiefvater
    Beautiful Chances by Alicia Rae

  5. Megan S.

    My fave books to read in the Spring:
    Graceling by Kristin Cashore
    All the Harry Potter books by J.K. Rowling
    Throne of Glass by Sarah J. Maas
    Anna and the French Kiss by Sephanie Perkins
    To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before by Jenny Han 🙂

  6. Lisa

    What really makes a good book for me is the characters, if I hate the characters, the book won’t work for me. Five books for springtime: Chronicles of Nick series, absolutely anything by Jennifer Armentrout, the Splintered series by A. G. Howard, Sarah Maas books, and lastly How My Summer Went up in Flames by Jennifer Doktorski, it’s so so funny.

  7. Vivien

    It’s a toss up between the characters and the world building. Both are my go to feels for a book though 🙂

  8. Vivien

    Harry Potter
    The Summer series by Jenny Han
    Just Listen by Sarah Dessen
    Anna, Lola, Isla by Stephanie Perkins
    The Uglies series by Scott Westerfeld

  9. Mariah Johnston

    What an amazing giveaway! Thank you so much! I loooove tote bags (and books of course), so my fingers are really crossed!

  10. Mariah Johnston

    Thank you so much for this amazing giveaway! I love tote bags (and books of course), so my fingers are really crossed!

    If a book is quirky or deals with real life issues that teens face every day, then most likely I’m going to like it. I also enjoy books that can give me a good scare!

  11. Terri Irvin

    I like books that are character-driven or have quirky characters. I also like books that have some good suspense thrown into the plot or a great plot twist.

  12. Terri Irvin

    My favorite Spring books are:
    The Start of Me and You by Emery Lord
    The Book Thief by Markus Zusak
    Wonder by Raquel J. Palacio
    The Once and Future King by T H White
    Looking for Alaska by John Green

  13. Chelsea B.

    A solid romance is a must for me!
    My reading tastes really don’t change season by season, but I can name the top 5 books I’m looking forward to! 🙂
    A Court of Mist and Fury, Heart of Darkness, With Malice, Shallow Graves, and The Dark Days Club!

  14. Characters. If you have characters that are not interesting at all, something that I can, not relate to, but understand a bit, then it doesn’t matter what your story is about.

  15. Chelsea B.

    Eeek! My computer just spazzed and I entered the wrong giveaway link in the rafflecopter!! SO sorry!!

  16. Maria Mitchell

    Great giveaway!!! I like to revisit the Harry Potter series usually in the spring. Richelle Mead and Cassandra Clare are ones I revisit in the spring as well. Many new books come out in the spring and I just read Richelle Mead’s Glittering Court and discovered Mary Weber’s Storm Siren series.

  17. Sabrina

    I look for character development and a plot that makes the reader want to cheer them on. I am also more likely to read series because you can delve deeper into the author’s world.

  18. Sabrina

    My 5 favorite books I have read this spring are Titans, A Study in Charlotte, Passenger, Yonder, and my next read I know I will love is Outlander!

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