Monday, October 28th, 2013 at 5:45 pm
Our friends over at Harlequin Books have provided us with a great prize pack to bestow upon one of our loyal readers of doom!
We’ve got one copy of the brand new installment of the Iron Fey: Call of the Forgotten trilogy by author Julie Kagawa “” The Iron Traitor, as well as a copy of the first book in the trilogy, The Lost Prince, AND a $25 Visa Cash Card!
(2) Fill out the entry form here below and submit. (Form is here after the jump.)
RULES: One entry per person. All entries must be in by Monday, November 4, 2013 at 9pm EST. This contest is only open to our email subscribers. All entries are validated. Entries by non-subscribers will be disqualified. The personal information you supply in the contest entry will not be shared with any outside parties, though in some cases, if an outside party is handling prize fulfillment, the mailing information for only the prize winners will be shared with that party. Contest is only open to residents of the United States. No international entries will be accepted. Winners will be chosen randomly from valid entries and will be notified by email. Void where prohibited.
About The Iron Traitor
Get ready to be transported to a world where faeries are very real as bestselling author Julie Kagawa continues her beloved Iron Fey series. In the real world, when you vanish into thin air for a week, people tend to notice. After his unexpected journey into the lands of the fey, Ethan Chase just wants to get back to normal. Well, as “normal” as you can be when your name is Ethan Chase and your sister is the Iron Queen. For fantasy fans, NYT bestselling author Julie Kagawa’s new Iron Fey book, The Iron Traitor, features dark faeries, romance and action the way only Julie Kagawa delivers.
The Iron Traitor will be available in stores on October 29, 2013.
About the Author
Born in Sacramento, CA, Julie Kagawa moved to Hawaii at the age of nine. There she learned many things: how to bodyboard, that teachers scream when you put centipedes in their desks and that writing stories in math class is a fantastic way to kill time. Her teachers were glad to see her graduate. Julie now lives in Louisville, KY, with her husband and a plethora of pets. She still laughs whenever she sees a centipede.