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Linger Giveaway Winner!

And the winner is . . . lasrisas!

Congratulations! You know the drill. Send me an email with your mailing address info and I'll get the ARC sent out shortly. There were a ton of entries and I had a lovely time browsing through your list of books that lingered with you long after you closed them. The ones that were mentioned most frequently included Shiver (shocker!), The Book ThiefCatching Fire, Before I Fall, and Wintergirls. And believe you me, I was taking notes and soaking up all the reasons you couldn't get these books out of your heads. Thank you all so much for your comments! 

And lastly, though I'm sure you've seen it already, here is the Linger trailer. Because it is just that beautiful and I am in awe of Maggie's endless skills. Also, Maggie is currently running a super contest with several prizes over at her blog right now. Go here to find out the details and enter. 

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  1. I love this trailer! My husband and I can't stop watching it.

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  2. Anonymous11:49 AM

    Maggie Stiefvater's trailers are seriously the best. She's so talented.

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  3. Lenore, Aaron and I were the same. Mesmerizing and beautiful.

    Sandy, oh, hands down. Amazing.

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  4. Anonymous7:33 PM

    AHHHH I CAN'T BELIEVE IT I'VE NEVER WON ANYTHING!!!!! AND I WANT TO READ THIS BOOK SO SO SO SO SO MUCH!!!

    Ahem.

    I am emailing you now :)

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  5. Anonymous7:34 PM

    In my excitement, I forgot to say in my previous comment:

    Thanks! :)

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  6. Emily, LOL. You are most welcome! I am thinking you are going to love it very much indeed.

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