Sunday, January 6, 2013

Grand Finale Giveaway! A Dozen Books

Thank you, from the bottom of our hearts, for spending New Year's weekend with us at NYRC 2013! To show our appreciation and to support the fabulous people who made NYRC happen, we're giving away a dozen books written by our participating authors/repped by our participating agents. 

Twelve books to twelve lucky winners! 

To enter, fill out the rafflecopter form at the bottom of this post. Winners will be announced next Friday.  

GET LOST IN ONE OF THESE WORLDS...

A pre-order of Phoebe North's STARGLASS



A copy of ELLIOT AND THE GOBLIN WAR by Jennifer Nielsen


A copy of MEANT TO BE by Lauren Morrill


An ebook of E.J. Patten's THE HUNTER CHRONICLES: RETURN TO EXILE


A Kindle e-copy of LACRIMOSA by Christine Fonseca


An e-copy of SUPER SWEET SIXTEENTH CENTURY by Rachel Harris


An e-copy of PRETTY AMY by Lisa Burstein


An e-copy of ALL THE BROKEN PIECES by Cindi Madsen


An e-copy KATANA by Cole Gibsen


SHAEDES OF GRAY by Amanda Bonilla (ebook or paperback)


An ebook preorder of CAUGHT IN AMBER by Cathy Pegau


A copy of RENEGADE by J.A. Souders 







a Rafflecopter giveaway

27 comments:

  1. I always like the agent Q&As--feels like you have an inside track with their answers.

    Thanks to all the OAers for arranging this, and the authors, editors, and agents who gave their time!

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  2. Awesome conference on editing. Thanks for putting this together.

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  3. I probably learned the most from the Editor Letter post. I had no idea that editors help you revise content, character issues, etc. I guess I figured that editors did line edits and only line edits. Knowing that is both comforting and worrying all at the same time!

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  4. You put together a nice conference. Thanks to everyone who participated, sharing their expertise. I learned a lot. Wonderful opportunity!

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  5. I hit "send" too early. I found the agent Q&A posts to be very interesting. Hard to choose one!

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  6. Thanks so much for putting this on, I really enjoyed it!

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  7. I'd like to echo all the thanks for putting this on. Loved the Q&A posts. Some interesting answers in there.

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  8. Such an awesome way to end the weekend! Thanks to you ladies! I earned so much from all these posts. Especially the revision ones. It's interesting to hear other authors' opinions and takes on things.

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  9. Fabulous agent Q&As. Very helpful.

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  10. Thanks so much for all the hard work in putting together this conference! It was so great to get good tips on revising and the Q & A posts were interesting.

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  11. how awesome! Thanks for putting together this whole thing.

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  12. This was a fantastic conference, thanks for all of your hard work!

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  13. Great info! Didn't get to follow most in real-time but will come back and read everything. Looking forward to the crit partner match.

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  14. Favorite post was definitely "Taking Your Time to get it Right." I personally needed to hear that. :)

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  15. Thanks for putting this together.

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  16. This has been such a great boost back into writing after getting a little lazy over Christmas. Thanks for all the work you did!

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  17. Everything I learned this weekend was super helpful. Thanks Operation Awesome for putting it together and to everyone who posted. My favorite posts had to be from the agents and editors. So much insightful information.

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  18. This has been such a great boost after the holiday break! Thank you so much to all the agents and authors for helping out! :D

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  20. Great posts about revision. It is just as important as writing, indeed! Thanks for the contest!

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  21. My favorite posts were from the agents and editors. I learned so much! Thanks for having this!

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  22. Loved the Q&As. Thanks so much.

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  23. Late to the party, but the Q & As were super helpful. Love all the different perspectives.

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  24. Great advice throughout the revisions conference - thanks for putting it all together!

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  25. Such great posts all around, and I particularly loved the Q&As with agents that I think covered a lot of ground that isn't typically touched upon as much as it should be in interviews and #askagent. Thanks so much for all the useful info!

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  26. I learned that releasing short stories, like a prequel for a novel, may be a good idea to generate buzz for the book! I definitely enjoyed reading about the Marketing and Publicity tips :)

    Thank you for the giveaway!

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