Thursday, March 22, 2012

Kick-Butt Characters Blog Hop


I always think that a good cast of characters is crucial to a book.  And no author writes good casts like Maria V. Snyder.  She is one of my favorite authors ever.  She has published 9 books, and out of all of them I've read 5 and LOVED them.  She never disappoints with her characters and always has a kick-ass female character and a super-sexy, swoon-worthy, kick-ass male character that you can't help falling in love with and dreaming about at night.

This great hop is hosted by Damaris @ Good Choice Reading and Kathy @ I Am A Reader, Not A Writer. Stop by and follow them!! :)


The Rules:
  1. There will be one winner. 
  2. Giveaway ends on March 28, 2012 @ 11:59 p.m.
  3. Must be a GFC follower
  4. Must be 13 or older.
  5. US resident.  If you're not, no entry (sorry).
  6. Fill out the form.
The Prize:

One winner will receive an arc edition of the book below.  If you have any questions or comments, don't be shy, comment below :)


Storm Glass, by Maria V. Snyder

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P.S. For a complete list of all the blogs participating in this giveaway hop click HERE.

27 comments:

  1. Pretty much any dystopian, I guess. Saba from Blood Red Road is at the top, though.

    Thanks for the giveaway...I *love* Maria V. Snyder!!! I've read everything except this series.

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    1. Omg I want to read that book so bad. I bought it but haven't gotten around to reading it yet. Is it good!?

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  2. Kailin Gow's Fade has a very strong character in it: Celestra Caine.

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  3. Thanks for the giveaway! One of my favorite characters is Faythe from Rachel Vincent's Shifters series.

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  4. Ok so I saw on A Cupcake and a Latte's giveaway that you favored Yelena. And I was so going to put her. But I just finished Poison Study last night and didn't think I should put her down because I wasn't sure if I was going to finish the series. But I loved her, and Valek. (Swoon.) I have skimmed through your blog and am so glad I found you!

    Anyway I love Max from Maximum Ride and Cammie from the Gallagher Girls series. And Atticus Finch from To Kill a Mockingbird is a kick butt male character, but not in such a literal way.

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  5. Rose and Dimitri in Vampire Academy are pretty kick butt.

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  6. the fellowship of the Ring - though I really would love to see a female among them! Therefore the Blue Sword by Robin McKinley is a close second!

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  7. Cammie & Macey in Gallagher Girls series by Ally Carter

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  8. I love The Hollows series by Kim Harrison - Rachel, Jenks and Ivy are awesome!!

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  9. i really like the uglies series and the house of night series : )

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  10. I love all the characters in the Vampire Academy series!

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  11. Moon Called, Fair Game, or Poison Study

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  12. I have to say the Hunger Games as I just reread it!

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  13. The Hunger Games come to mind for some reason :)

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  14. The Black Dagger Brotherhood series!!

    I would love for you to come sign up for the Friday the 13th blog hop. Sign ups available now! Drop by and check it out.
    http://redheaded-bookworm.blogspot.com/2012/03/friday-13th-blog-hop-giveaway.html

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  15. My favorite book with strong characters is Acheron

    flanagan@mebtel.net

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  16. I really like the Gallagher Girls series. Thanks!

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  17. The In Death series by JD Robb. All the main characters are strong ones.

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  18. Anything from the Chronicles of Elantra series by Michelle Sagara (Kaylin Neya)...also love Ilona Andrew's Kate Daniels series (Kate & Curran!!)

    elizabeth @ bookattict . com

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  19. I love Melanie Stryder from the Host she is a fighter.

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  20. I really loved Maggie Mae from Shifting by Bethany Wiggins. I loved how matter-of-factly she looked at everything. Like she knew that her life sucked but she didn't get all angsty over it, she just plowed through, looking forward to the future where she would finally have the power to change it. I loved the book too (if you haven't read it, you really should!)

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  21. The Hunger Games . . .
    Thanks!
    kimberlybreid at hotmail dot com

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