Crazy, Stupid Love Giveaway Hop!

February 21, 2013 Giveaway, Uncategorized 42

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Welcome to the Crazy, Stupid Love Giveaway Hop! I know it has been forever since I participated in one of these things. I forgot how much fun it is! πŸ™‚

I am going to make this short & sweet – this is about the new genre, New Adult. My first real introduction to this genre are Chelsea Cameron’s books (click on the cover to go to the Goodreads page):

And while I don’t usually read books without any paranormal aspects, these books have really gotten into my head. Even now, months after reading them, I still sometimes find myself missing the characters. Silly. And the men … Oh buddy. Yeah.

So, for this giveaway hop, I am gifting 2 people an ecopy of one of the books (their choice). Yup, two people. You are welcome.

And of course, this is a hop, so hop around and win some more goodies!
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42 Responses to “Crazy, Stupid Love Giveaway Hop!”

  1. Jen (@jendsmit)

    I cna’t pick just one! I love so many… for example some of my favorites are Abbi Glines Seabreeze series, Emily Snow’s Devoured, Fallen Too Far by Abbie Glines, Jessica Sorensen’s The Secret of Ella & Micha, Jessica Sorensen’s The Coincidence of Callie & Kayden, OH AND Big Bad Bite by Jessie Lane <3 that one too…

    there are so many more, but that's just a few of my favorite NAs and I'm sure I've left out so many great ones …

  2. Lori H

    I’m new to this genre too. So although I’ve added some to my TBR stacks, I haven’t read them yet. The books mentioned sound like they might be some awesome reads. Thanks!

  3. Meghan Stith

    The new adult genre is new to me and I assume new to the world as well. I looked up the definition online and it is described as novels written about the time during college, after or early career. This clarifies the difference between YA which focuses more on high schoolers and NA. I like this genre much more because I, myself, am a college student and have been out in the working world. It’s easier for me to relate to a character in college or in their early working years than one in high school. My favorite NA novels are “Poughkeepsie” by Debra Anastasia and “Beautiful Disaster.” They both have strong male roles with major flaws. I can’t wait to read both their sequels.

    Thanks for the giveaway!

    mestith at gmail dot com

  4. Nicki Elson

    Thanks for the recommendation on this author. I’m actually pretty new to reading modern NA books, so right now my favorite is still Emma, which is one of my all time any kind of genre favorites.

  5. Erika

    I loved all of them that I’ve read which is quite a few! I will say this year I especially loved reading Hopeless and Ten Tiny Breaths! thanks!

  6. Krista

    I haven’t actually read any NA yet, but the sample for My Fav Mistake was great! Thanks for the giveaway!

  7. Chanpreet

    I love so many, but the two with the most re-reads and the ones I own multiple editions of are The Vincent Brothers by Abbi Glines and Beautiful Disaster by Jamie McGuire.

  8. We're Jumpin' Books

    I have Entangled but I haven’t gotten far into it yet. Can’t wait to see what NA is all about! Thanks for the giveaway!

  9. Lindsey V.

    My favorite NA book has to be Flat-Out Love, by Jessica Park. It was so good. πŸ™‚

    Thank you for offering this giveaway; my fingers are crossed to win!

    Best Wishes,
    Lindsey V.

  10. Kim B.

    One of my favorites that hasn’t been mentioned yet is Cross My Heart by Katie Klein! Thank you for the giveaway!

  11. Tina B

    I don’t really have a favorite since everyone that I have read I have loved!
    So, the Slammed series by Colleen Hoover, Beautiful Disaster by Jamie McGuire are my favorites to name a few. πŸ™‚

  12. Stephanie

    I haven’t read any of the contemporary titles that have been mostly popping up during this hop, although I want to read Beautiful Disaster and On Dublin Street. I don’t consider New Adult strictly cotemproary or romance, however. If you look at the definition, it’s all about more mautre aspects than YA, but not strictly adult topics. In this case, I think Daughter of Smoke and Bone and Days of Blood and Starlight can be considered NA, although fantasy. I loved both of these books and they were definitely more mature than our typical YA book.

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