Until April 3rd, over 70 authors come together to give away hundreds of books. The YA Spring Fling is an opportunity for readers to find new books, new authors and take part in something very special. So really, it’s like having a YOU-MADE-IT-THROUGH-WINTER hug.
Here is just a small peek of some of the books involved in the giveaway.
This is the giveaway’s official page: http://www.sarahdaltonbooks.com/#!ya-spring-fling/ciql
You can enter on this form here: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1v9Zu7US7Oe1qWSWckon6758tuqTgN3Ij_i_GMb64D20/viewform
The Body Electric by Beth Revis (I’m actually reading this right now!)
Ella Shepherd can slip into other people’s minds. Using technology invented by her parents, Ella has the ability to experience–and influence–the memories of others. She’s used this ability to help ensure the safety of the world from a dangerous terrorist group, but not all is as it seems…because someone’s been inside Ella’s head, too.
Young Moon, Sami, and Simma by H.S. St Ours
Growing up in North Korea, in the days before her Father destroyed the world, Young Moon was happy. At least she thought she was, but that was so long ago and she was so very young.
All she wanted was to be left alone to talk to the visions in her drawings — visions that came to warn her of impending danger. But a chance word spoken by an angry classmate would force Young Moon’s family to flee to China, where she would witness her Father set in motion a world-shaking disaster of epic proportions.
Sami wasn’t born in the Five Tunnels. She’s traveled all over, even as far as the Northern caves beyond Eastport. Only nobodies went farther than that. It’s been almost a century since the sky fell and the world broke apart in a day, and still most folk spent their whole lives shielded by living stone. But now, nobodies and someones alike were disappearing, and voices came to her in the dark, warning her of great danger ahead. Sami seeks answers and uncovers a mystery that spans worlds.
Sami is Book 2 in the Water Worlds sci-fi adventure series.
Living under the water in tunnel Tee Two, with her mom and her mom’s boyfriend, Namid, frightened Simma no end. Any moment, she felt, the walls would split and the whole of the mile-wide river would rush in and drown her. Namid said she’d outgrow it but the dread only deepened in her. Then Sami came, as if in a dream, and told her to run! It was up to Simma to warn the Twelve Towns. War was coming and worlds were at stake!
Simma is a story of courage and hope in an age of reconstruction, and is Book 3 in the Water Worlds sci-fi adventure series.
Keep Your Enemies Close by H.S. Stone
After the alien invaders attack her town, Lia discovers that several of the townspeople, including her family, were abducted. Despite her pleading, no one wants to save those taken by the aliens. Desperate to rescue her family, Lia turns to the only source of help she can find… a captured alien invader.
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Unite by Jamie Campbell
Seventeen years ago an entire generation of aliens were sent to Earth in order to save their home planet and integrate into the human population. Now, those aliens are being hunted.
We Are Watching by M. Stephen Stewart
In this Science Fiction Thriller, Teenager Henry Malone is contacted by a stranger with a
mysterious message. Upon answering it, he finds that he’s the most important piece in a power struggle between two powerful, secretive organizations.
Purenet by HJ Lawson
Purenet is one of six wealthy Sanctions, formed by the Emperor and the Untouchables after a devastating world war. Only those born in Purenet have the privilege of living under the dome, protecting their bodies from the sun’s deadly UVA rays.
Solace by Therin Knite
An action-packed coming of age story about sixteen-year-old Corina Marion, who is sent back in time by a mysterious being to meet her late war hero father.
The Annihilation of Foreverland by Tony Bertauski
Reed dreams of a girl that tells him to resist Foreverland. He doesn’t remember her name, but knows he once loved her. He’ll have to endure great suffering and trust his dream. And trust he’s not insane.