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Radiant Shadows Tour + Giveaway!

Well, guys, apparently my recent fangirling echoed throughout the blogosphere and reached a few powerful (and benevolent) ears. And wouldn't you know, something good has come of it. I'm delighted to be able to host a giveaway for you today. The winner will receive one copy of Melissa Marr's fourth Wicked Lovely novel--Radiant Shadows! Ms. Marr is heading out soon on her nationwide tour to celebrate the book's release. Though she's sadly not coming anywhere near me, you might be in luck. So be sure to check out the schedule:

DENVERCO                        April 22, 2010:  Tattered Cover Book Store; 7:00 pm

LEXINGTONKY               April 23, 2010:  Joseph-Beth Booksellers; 7:00 pm

ST. LOUISMO                    April 24, 2010:  St. Louis County Library; 7:00 pm

BOSTONMA                       April 26, 2010:  Cambridge Public Library, CambridgeMA7:00 pm

COLUMBUSOH                April 28 – May 2, 2010:  Romantic Times Convention

CLEVELANDOH             May 12, 2010:   Joseph-Beth Booksellers; 7:00 pm

PHILADELPHIAPA      May 14, 2010:   Chester County Book Store, West ChesterPA7:00 pm

RICHMONDVA                 May 15, 2010:   The Fountain Bookstore; 2:00 pm

To enter the contest, simply leave a comment here telling me who your favorite Wicked Lovely series character is and why. You already know who my favorite is. What can I say? I like 'em dark and tragic. This giveaway is open to U.S. and Canada residents only. It will be open for a week and will close at midnight on Friday, April 9th. I'll announce the winner the next day. Please be sure to leave me a way to contact you.

Comments

  1. You know, I really love Donia. Totally into the tragic characters too. It is kind of a toss-up if I like Donia or Niall more. Brooding and sad is usually more interesting to me. Thanks for the raving post about Marr's short stories - I've downloaded them now :)

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  2. Niall, because...its Niall. Need I more reasoning?

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  3. I'm not sure if I have a favorite or not. I have to agree with everyone, Niall and Donia are pretty fabulous to read about, but I am interested in seeing Seth's character develop. I wouldn't say he's my favorite character, but I see way more random chaos happening with him than any other characters and I love seeing that happen.

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  4. Count me in, after your reviews, I'm thinking I'll go ahead and give this series another chance. And like you, I am in love with Niall. He's the Dark Lord and he owns it.

    mmillet at gmail dot com

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  5. I love Seth because of his devotion to Ash. He makes the ultimate sacrifice in becoming fey. Thanks for the contest. I'd love to win.

    Natalie rmarma2@yahoo.com

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  6. Thanks for introducing me to this series. In the little bit that I've read, I think Ash is my favorite, but that could well be that most of what I've seen has been through her eyes. Thank you for the contest.

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  7. I have liked Seth from the start. You gotta love a regular mortal man who stands up to the immortal Fae for his woman. However, Niall is my favorite. A former Dark Court darling who switched sides twice, is now the Dark King (and a freaking awesome one at that) and has a great, big bone to pick with Keenan? That is one complicated guy. Plus, he just gives me the warm fuzzies :) I hope he really gets to kick some Summer butt. Go Niall!

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  8. My favorites are Seth and Leslie.

    Seth because his character is growing and changing so much and he is so devoted. Its cool to watch how he changes and adapts to this new world.

    Leslie, I have liked from the beginning and am looking forward to finding out what happens to her.

    bacchus76 at myself dot com

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  9. Niall is my favorite b/c I just loved him in Ink Exchange! And while reading Wicked Lovely, I remember reading his advice to Keenan about Ash and not really looking past face-value at his comments. Then when I read Ink Exchange I really saw how deep his scars were and how he used that dark past to try and guide Keenan rather than do anything selfish, and he did the same for Leslie though that didn't end so well.
    But how 'bout I'm actually shocked that I'm in consensus here?! I have run into people who like Irial, but not Niall! It's cool to see :D

    Btw Seth is no slouch either, lol
    I like him a lot too :)

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  10. I havent't read the Wicked Lovely series yet, so I can't tell you about my favourite character, but I heard great things about this series and would love to read it!

    stella.exlibris (at) gmail DOT com

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  11. Angie sadly I have no favorites because have the series only on my Wish To Buy List so far. Would however love to read and find out why everyone else is hooked.

    jackie b central texas

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  12. Niall is definitely my favorite. I loved him in Ink Exchange. He was such an awesome character.

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  13. I really like Seth for his devotion :)
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  14. My favorite characters are Leslie and Niall. Throughout all of the books (and now the short story), I think they've probably had the most believable character development based on their tragic, abusive pasts. I liked that this history allowed them to be vulnerable with each in Ink Exchange.

    Thanks for the contest!

    Angela
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  15. My favorite character is Aislinn. Why? Because she sounds like a kick ass heroine.

    cindyc725 at gmail dot com

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  16. Aww swoon Niall because when I read Ink Exchange it was cataclysmic the way he wiped out my favoritism for Keenan

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  17. oh yeah duh katybug2373@gmail.com

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  18. Niall: Dark is the reason. It's all I want.

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  19. Just FYI I read the entire short story and the first 18 chapters last night.

    I think my favorite character is a toss-up between Niall and Irial. sigh. I love them both.

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  20. Ash is my favorite. She's strong, yet not afraid to ask for comfort or help when she needs it. I love the other characters too, but she's my favorite!

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  21. Seth :) jeffandvicky108@yahoo.com

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  22. i'm gonna have to go with seth, but it was a tough call....

    k_sunshine1977@yahoo.com

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  23. Niall is such an interesting character, the ultimate bad boy.

    Thanks for the chance to win this book.


    caity_mack@yahoo(dot)com

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  24. Seth, Seth, Seth, Seth!!!

    Thanks for the giveaway!

    spettolij AT gmail DOT com

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  25. I would have to say my fav is Niall. Thanks for the giveaway.

    lizzi0915 at aol dot com

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  26. Donia, because she's not afraid to stab someone here and there when needed to ;P

    yan.pocky(at)gmail.com

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  27. Seth. Although I have to confess to only having read the first one. I know, I know. I'm horrible at finishing series. :)

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  28. I like Donia. I just think she is an interesting character.

    dawnpnr at aol dot com

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  29. I haven't actually read this series, but I have the first book and I can't wait to start!

    gypsyrover21@yahoo(dot)ca

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  30. I actually haven't read these:( I hope I can still be entered though because I have been wanting to start reading it.
    email bangersis(at)msn(dot)com

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  31. Niall, just because he's such an awesome and intriguing character. But there are so many other awesome characters too...hmm...

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  32. Courtney10:20 PM

    Irial, hands down. I love the fact that in so many ways, he's so incredibly human. And yet, he'll never be human, at least in terms of his behavior. I loved how in Stopping Time he was thinking about how there were only two people in the world he really cared about, and everyone else was just.. tools to keep them safe. That thought process really accentuated for me how far from human he really is. And yet, he shows these flashes of vulnerability and other emotions and for a moment, you forget. Anyhow, I could babble all day about all the fascets of his character that draw me in, but I'll stop now *g*cCourtney
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  33. Leslie! I love the conflict and darkness in that character. Her journey felt very real to me.

    sarah@alertnerd.com

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