Tuesday, November 3, 2015

Giveaway: How To Be Brave by E. Katherine Kottaras

Good morning, everyone, and happy November! I hope those of you who are doing NaNoWriMo are off to a great start, and I hope the rest of you are enjoying beautiful fall weather. For me, the arrival of colder temperatures and freshly-fallen leaves always means it's time to dive into atmospheric stories that may or may not feature a supernatural side. However, emotional contemporaries never go out of season, which is why I'm so excited about the giveaway I have for you today.

Thanks to the lovely people at Kaye Publicity, I get to participate in the launch of debut author E. Katherine Kottaras's How To Be Brave by hosting a giveaway for a copy of the book. If you want to find out what the story's about before you enter, here's a bit of information. 

about the book



Release: November 3, 2015 from St. Martin's Press
An emotional contemporary YA novel about love, loss, and having the courage to chase the life you truly want.

Reeling from her mother's death, Georgia has a choice: become lost in her own pain, or enjoy life right now, while she still can. She decides to start really living for the first time and makes a list of fifteen ways to be brave - all the things she's wanted to do but never had the courage to try. As she begins doing the things she's always been afraid to do - including pursuing her secret crush, she discovers that life doesn't always go according to plan. Sometimes friendships fall apart and love breaks your heart. But once in a while, the right person shows up just when you need them most - and you learn that you're stronger and braver than you ever imagined.

the giveaway

a Rafflecopter giveaway
Please note that this giveaway is only open to residents of the United States, and neither I nor Kaye Publicity is responsible for lost or damaged prizes. 

Thanks so much for entering, and best of luck! This giveaway runs until November 10, and while you're waiting for the winner announcement, feel free to spread the word by posting your bravery story on social media using #HowToBeBrave. Also, stay tuned for my review of How To Be Brave coming soon. 

2 comments:

  1. I was brave during my first year teaching high school. I was in over my head and teaching at an urban school in LA. It was tough and I still don't know how I did it.

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