Robison Wells is holding a contest. He’s giving away an ARC of his new book, Feedback, sequel to Variant. He is also giving away ARCs of Mind Games by Kiersten White and Taken by Erin Bowman. If I blog about why I am most deserving of one of these ARCs, it increases my chances of winning. So I think I will.
But . . . if I blog about the contest it also spreads the word which means more people are likely to enter, which actually decreases my chances. You have set up a cruel game, Robison. And I’m playing right into your clutches.
Reasons I am most deserving on an ARC:
1. In all honesty, Variant is one of my two favorite books I’ve read this year (Beyonders 2: Seeds of Rebellion being the other). There were many others that I’ve really enjoyed, but I haven’t been as into a book in a while. Loved the premise. Loved the surprises. Seriously good stuff. (I even already blogged about it.) I would LOVE to find out what happens next.
2. My middle name is actually “Feedback.” I know it is a little unusual, but my parents were hippies who really believed in hearing what others thought . . . or they thought my crying was like that sound that happens when a microphone gets too close to an amplifier.
3. I play a lot of Mind Games. Really tough cranial-bending stuff, like Angry Birds, figure out which way is up before opening a package, and find my children in a store. I also like non-mind games, like sleeping.
4. It has Taken me long enough to try to think of something for Taken and its tickin’ me off. I’ve got nothing. You can write what I should have said in the comments below. Robison, please give me a book anyway.
Thank you very much,
Chad Feedback Morris.