Wednesday, October 13, 2010

Giveaway! Love Drugged

The giveaway is now closed.  Thanks to all who entered!

Hey, y'all know I was so excited to meet the delightful James Klise at Anderson's Bookshop's YA Literature Conference last month.  Well, I have a treat for you.  James has offered up a signed copy of his debut novel Love Drugged for one lucky winner!

About Love Drugged:

Someone at his high school knows Jamie's secret.
It's not his best friend. It's not his girlfriend. It's not his teacher.
Someone at his high school knows that Jamie's gay. And before the secret spreads all over school, changing everything, Jamie's determined to fix the problem. He's determined to be straight. He has the miracle pill that will help him. If it doesn't kill him first.

For more, check out my review of Love Drugged or another review at DJ's Life in Fiction (DJ also met James at the Anderson's Conference!). 

Check out James's guest post on The Story Siren.  Here's a tiny snippet: 

...[W]hen I decided to try a novel, I wrote the book I needed to read when I was a teenager. Love Drugged (Flux, 2010) is a novel about internalized homophobia, a sense of dread and denial experienced by many young LGBT people. The panicky fear and confusion I felt when I was a teen.

Love Drugged is a 2010 debut and won my coveted Cybils nomination in the Young Adult Fiction category. For a chance to win, please fill out the information below.  The giveaway is open to US residents only and entries will be accepted through October 27.  I will randomly choose one winner who will receive a signed copy of Love Drugged

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