Friday, October 12, 2012

Giveaway: Dark Frost (Mythos Academy #3) by Jennifer Estep


This giveaway is now over. All winner have been chosen and e-mail.


Hey everyone! I'm happy to announce that I'll be giving away a SIGNED copy of this AMAZING book: Dark Frost by Jennifer Estep! It's book 3 in the Mythos Academy series and it was published by Kensington (K-Teen). I would like to thank the publicist at Kensington, Vida, for providing this copy to give away...Thank you SO much!

Below are books 1-3 in the series. Click on each image to learn more about the book.

  

So, what's up for grabs? you ask. For this giveaway there are going to be SIX (6) winners! The main prize includes the following:

1st place winner will receive a SIGNED paperback copy of Dark Frost and a set of 4 bookmarks (one for each book)!

And the other 5 people will receive some awesome swag: a set of 4 bookmarks, one for each book of the series.

Prettyful!

Sound good? Awesome! All you have to do to enter is fill out the following Rafflecopter form (giveaway is international, BTW!):

Quick note: In order to be entered to win one of the five sets of bookmarks you MUST answer the question in "Leave a Blog Post Comment" task on the Rafflecopter form.

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Good luck to everyone who enters (I'll be totally jealous of the winner...I LOVE this series!) and the winners will announced a month from today, on Nov. 12th.

62 comments:

  1. Right now I'd say I like Norse mythology the best. I got a bit overloaded with Greek. And with Chris playing THOR all over the place I keep picturing some really yummy eye candy ;).
    vlsoboda(at)gmail(dot)com

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    1. Thor! Oh how I love the Avengers! So much hotness! ;)

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  2. I would be a daughter of Poseiden. I have always loved Greek mythology the most!

    Nikki @ Books Most Wanted

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    1. I love all mythology, but I agree: Greek is the best! :D

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  3. Well, I've read all of the books in this series that are currently out, and I've loved each one. (Especially because Logan was in it...DON'T JUDGE. I'M A GIRL.) But I think a bigger reason is because I love Greek mythology, which sparked from the Percy Jackson series. I could just about die if someone told me my father was Poseidon. I WANT TO LIVE IN THE SEA.

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    1. Oh don't worry, how can I judge you when I feel the same way?!! LOVE Logan... *sigh* And my love for mythology ALSO flourished thanks to Percy and Rick Riordan's awesomeness! :D He is such an amazing author!

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  4. I love Greek mythology ever since I read the odyessy and I just finished Touch of Frost and I loved it....how the book has a mixture of all the mythologies in the book. It was different from any book I have read.
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    1. I agree, it's very different, but in a good way! Mythos Academy is such a great series! So glad you're enjoying it so far :)

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  5. I definitely prefer Greek mythology because I have been reading these kind of stories since I was 6 amd I cannot get enough :) and I always wanted to be child of Zeus, he was always so cool :)
    I havent read Mythos Academy yet but they were recommended to me on goodreads so I would love to read them!

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    1. Mythos Academy is an amazing series! It's especially great if you're really into mythology. I think Jennifer Estep did a fantastic job combining Greek and Norse mythology into one great story!

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  6. I wouls say Greek but I think it's because it's what I know. I haven't really read much Norse mythology. I have heard great things about this series.

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    1. I think that is also why Greek is my favorite: It's what I know most about! I'm know some about Egyptian, and even less about Norse, but really, I'm open to anything!

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  7. Greek, My son knows way more then I do about it. I have not read this series but I would love to. I love the old Clash of the Titans movie, wonderful cheesy goodness!!

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    1. I don't think I've seen the old Clash of the Titans (didn't even know there was an old one! lol)... I've seen the newer one though! It was pretty cool!

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  8. *Have you read any books from the Mythos Academy series? If so, what did you like most about it?*

    Yes, I've read them all! I love the characters and the setting and the mythology! ♥

    Thanks for the awesome giveaway! :))

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    1. I love all the diverse characters too! The friendship between Daphne and Gwen was very odd and surprising, yet awesome!

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  9. Great giveaway! I would say Greek mythology because of the variety like love stories such as Venus and Adonis, Cupid and Psyche and gorgons such as Medusa!

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    1. Oh yes. The Greek myths have a lot of different love stories...I really like them all!

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  10. I read Touch of Frost and loved it. My favorite thing about the book is Logan Freaking Quinn!

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    1. Oh. My. Gods. Don't even get me started on that guy! He is, like, one of my TOP fave book boyfriends!! He is just sooo yummy... *drools* lol

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  11. i read all the books so far and love it!! love that all these different mythology are all together in the series

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    1. Yay! So glad you loves it! :D Yeah, as I said before, she did an awesome job of combining Greek and Norse mythology into one great story without it feeling overwhelming!

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  12. I have always been fascinated by Greek Mythology, and yet recently I think I've actually been enjoying Norse mythology more (Umm, Valkyries!)I just love all the legends that surround Norse mythology, as well as the creatures :)

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    1. Although I have not read much of Norse legends I am a little familiar with them and I find them quite interesting! Speaking of Valkyries, have you heard of the book Valkyrie Rising by Ingrid Paulson? I haven't read it yet (just got it last week!) but I'm sure it's something you might like!

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  13. I like Greek myths better, because Norse myths are just too bloody. I'd like to be a champion of Athena.

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    1. They do seem a little more violent than the Greek ones...lol
      But I just really like them all!

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  14. I'm very fond of the Greek myths. I used to love them as a kid!

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    1. They are awesome! And I just, ahem, got back from the bookstore...I bought a Mythology book called "Who's Who in Mythology" or something like that :)

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  15. I'd love to be Daughter of Athena.
    What I love most about these books were the great covers and I've never read Norse myth books so I'd love to give these a try! :)

    Thanks for making this giveaway International!

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    1. You should definitely check them out then! I'm sure you will like them! And no problem! :) I try to keep my giveaways open to anyone and everyone...you know, as long as I have the money, LOL

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  16. I like Greek mythtology better. I've read the first two of the series and one of the things I like about them is the characters.

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    1. *whispers* I like it better too :)

      I agree. The series has a lot of interesting and diverse characters, which is always a plus for me!

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  17. I've read all three books in the Mythos Academy series and I absolutely LOVE them. I love anything mythology!

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    1. Mythology is just so interesting! I love it, too!

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  18. I like Greek mythology. I guess because I have learned more about it than Norse. I love gods and Goddesses, they are all so strong and beautiful. julierupert@gmail.com

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    1. I think that is why I like Greek better than Norse, too: I know more about it!

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  19. Greek mythology! They are so powerful and I have read the first book of this series and I adore it!! :) I think I'd be a daughter of Zeus

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    1. They are very powerful! Especially Zeus! lol

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  20. - Which do you like best: Greek mythology or Norse mythology? Why?
    I absolutely can't choose! xD
    I like them both, but I have to say I know Greek mythology better. (I've read more about it and I've studied it at school) :D
    - If you could be the Champion/descendant/child of any Greek OR Norse god, who would it be? Why?
    It's hard to coose (again!) but I think I'd like to be Eastre's Champion :) She's the Norse goddess of spring and sunrise ^_^

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    1. Eastre....I have never heard of her! But I wonder, her name is very similar to Easter, was it named after her? There are so many things named after gods! Thursday, for example, = Thor's Day :D And, if I remember correctly, Friday = Freya's Day, or may Frigg? Anyway, now I'm babbling...I'll shut up now, LOL

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  21. *Have you read any books from the Mythos Academy series? If so, what did you like most about it? If not, what captured your attention about these books?

    I haven't read any yet. The first thing that captured my attention was the covers then the descriptions and good reviews!!
    Thanks for the giveaway!!

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    1. Well, I'm very excited for you to read this series...it's amazing!

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  22. Which do you like best: Greek mythology or Norse mythology
    I prefer Greek , because i read more about that,!
    thanks

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  23. I don't know my myths that wells, but I think Norse because of the myths and cool magic.

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  24. I've read the prequel and Touch of Frost. I have Kiss of Frost to read, but haven't gotten to it yet. Love this series, it is awesome. Love the tension between Gwen and Logan and Gwen's take no rubbish attitude. Thanks for the giveaway :)

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    1. Yeah! Gwen is one kick-ass heroine! lol

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  25. I've never met another Lili! This is awesome!!! <3

    I love Greek mythology. It fascinates me and lends it hands at many interpretations. The gods are still present in Greece today like Athens and the Parthenon. It's just so fascinating.

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    1. Oh, Hi! This is very cool, lol! Thank you for stopping by!

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  26. I love mythology and folklore in general. But if I should choose, then Greek mythology. :)

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  27. These are awesome prizes! Thank you so much for your generosity and this amazing giveaway!! :D (Angie Edwards)

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  28. I love Greek mythology! Since I was a little kid I was fascinated by it. In my high school we even had to learn ancient greek and we learned there very detailed about Greek mythology too.

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    1. Lucky! I dont remember if as a kid I learned about them...but if I did I was sooo NOT interested. It's a shame really. But I have gotten my little brothers (they're 8) into it, up to the point where the bring books home from the library about greek mythology! It's great! In high school I tried to take a mythology class but my counsler said I didn't need it. Booo!With me going to high school and college at the same time, my schedule was pretty tight. Oh! But then in college, not that long ago, I took a mythology class! I really liked that :)

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  29. I like Greek mythology the best, but in all fairness, I don't know much about Norse mythology. It seems like Greek mythology books seem to be a new trend in YA, and that is definitely okay with me!

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    1. As a mythology junkie myself, totally okay with me too! ;)

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  30. I love Greek Mythology more than Norse and if I'm going to be a descendant any gods or goddesses, I would like to be the Athena's descendant.

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    1. I really like Athena...she is such a warrior woman (or should I say goddess, lol)!

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  31. Even though I see more of Greek Mythology everywhere, I'd say I like Norse Myth better. You have the Vikings in it, Loki, Thor... what's not to like..?

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