Elixir Bound Blog Tour Giveaway Sneak Peek

Posted by Katie L. Carroll on September 25, 2013 in Books, Elixir Bound, Elixir Bound blog tour |

The Elixir Bound in paperback blog tour is in the home stretch! Thanks to everyone who’s been following. As I announced last week, Elixir Bound in paperback is up for pre-order on my publisher’s website. You get a free ecopy of the book when you order it through MuseItUp!

Today, I’m at Behind a Million and One Pages talking about strong females in YA (those of you who have been following my Females in YA series might be intersted in this post). There’s also a small giveaway going on at Tina’s Book Reviews for an ecopy of Elixir Bound. And, of course, there’s the big giveaway that’s been going on throughout the whole blog tour!

Now for your sneak peek at some of the items that might be included (disclaimer: the items in the picture may only be representative of the actual items!). We’re close to having 200 entries…if we get to 200, I might even throw in a bonus signed copy to a lucky winner! So please feel free to spread the word about the giveaway. So without further ado (do people still say that?), here’s the sneak peek!


In addition to the above items (the signed book, bookmarks, your very own Elixir bottle, a map of the Great Peninsula, and a sticker for my picture book app The Bedtime Knight), I’ll probably throw in some Elixir inspired recipes, some bonus bookmarks for books by some of my favorite authors, and a few more surprises! Here’s how to enter:

a Rafflecopter giveaway

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  • Jeff Chapman says:

    I think I read somewhere that OSC’s Hart’s Hope began with a map of the city and a story followed to explain the layout and names of the city sections. Did you write the book then draw the map or did you start with the map and build a story around it?

    • Hi, Jeff! I started with the story, but the map quickly followed. I knew I had to get from point A to point B and the map was a very visual way for me to follow the journey (as I’m a very visual kind fo writer). Changes were necessary along the way on the map, but it has proven to be a valuable tool.

  • Jamie Martin says:

    Can I please plead with you to ask people how they want their book signed? I’ve won autographed books in the past — including one of my favourites, signed with my legal name that I hate. Just as authors want their readers to think of them as real people; real people want authors to think of them as real people, not just book sales! ♥

    • Thanks for commenting, Jamie! I will absolutely ask how the winner would like his or her book to be personalized. A very good tip. 🙂 As a big reader (and at times fangirl) myself, I know how nice it is when authors treat readers as real people.

  • I loved this book, can’t wait for the next one in the series.

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