Monday, September 28, 2009

The Maze Runner ARC Give Away - Contest

The Maze Runner by James Dashner is set to be released soon, but one of you lucky people could get your hands on it sooner.   My review of The Maze Runner can be found here.

To be eligible you need to:

1.  Leave a comment with your e-mail address.

  If you become a follower of my blog you'll receive a second entry.
Those who are already followers will receive two extra entries. Also those who promote the contest on their blog and let me know they did it, will get another entry.

Contest open only to those in the U.S. or Canada

Contest is closed

Winner will be announced tomorrow.


Juju from Tales of Whimsy said...

*fingers crossed*
Pick me :)

Diana Paz said...

Me too! dianap698(at)gmail(dot)com

Melinda said...

I hope I win.

melinda_lulu at yahoo dot com

Nice of you to pass it on....

numberonedashnerfan said...

Im following for more of a chance too win.... um my email you can get upon request through my blog because I dont want the world to have my email.....

Vanessa said...


Lisa said...

Book sounds great. i'd love to win but if i don't there's always the library.

Chantele said...

I just found your blog, and would love to win a copy of The Maze Runner. I have heard it is amazing!:)

My e-mail is

I am now a follower!:)

Scobberlotcher said...

Hi Mary,

Thanks for stopping by my blog today. I'll have to browse around yours. :) No need to enter me in the contest.


KT said...

Well, if it's not too late (I can't tell if it ended at midnight yesterday or today), I would love to be entered.

I've become a follower.

krossgen AT yahoo DOT com


Jess said...

Yea! I'm just in time to enter. liveaccidentally at gmail. I also have an award for you at

Scobberlotcher said...

Hi Mary,

Thanks for making a comment about my book. To answer your questions, though the book is set in motion by a tragic act, it does not focus on that or provide grisly details. While writing, I was more interested in the reaction of the family, the nature and nurture that created Jane and the tipping points in her life that might shed light on her rapid mental decline. I, too, don't like reading about abuse and depravity and I wouldn't have been able to write about it. One reviewer told me I had accomplished something of a literary Hitchcock because the reader knows about the crimes, fears they are hiding in the next closet, but doesn't have them displayed in an in-your-face fashion. I liked that!

Sorry for the long message.

Thanks again for your comments!

Paradox said...

I want to read this book SO BADLY!!!

+1 I became a follower.
+1 I linked to the contest on my blog's sidebar:

paradoxrevealed (at) aim (dot) com