Aliens Abducting August

Posted on August 1, 2013 by Regina | 0 Comments

AAA-aliens

We Heart Aliens and reading about them. Thanks to some AWESOME AUTHORS, we have A LOT of HOT ALIENS to swoon over this year! This is the first annual Aliens Abducting August theme hosted by our blog, MEReadALot! We LOVE Alien themed YA/NA books, and the authors that bring them to us! This month we will be hosting the Roswell High Read-A-Long, and be featuring many giveaways and reviews of past, current, and up-and-coming alien themed fiction. We will also be featuring interviews with some of your favorite authors of this genre. Please stop by regularly to check out the awesome giveaways we have planned this month. First giveaway will be up on Friday. A special THANK YOU to all of the authors and guest bloggers that will be participating in this event with us! Please grab the AAA button for this month-long event for your blog or website.

Here’s a peek at some of the giveaways we will have this month:

Signed set of the first five books in the Roswell High series by Melinda Metz

Signed set of the first three Lux books by Jennifer Armentrout

Signed and Personalized copy of Origin by Jennifer Armentrout

Signed set of My Alien Romance series by Magan Vernon.

Pre-order of Alienated by Melissa Landers

E-book of Gravity by Melissa West

One ticket to UtopYA 2014

UPDATE :

Have you read all of our Alien themed YA reviews yet? If not, you can check them out here:

Gravity (The Taking #1) by Melissa West

Hover (The Taking #2) by Melissa West

How To Date An Alien (My Alien Romance #1) by Magan Vernon

How To Break Up With An Alien (My Alien Romance #2) by Magan Vernon

How To Marry An Alien (My Alien Romance #3) by Magan Vernon

Origin (Lux #4) by Jennifer Armentrout

Don’t forget to ENTER TO WIN these EPIC prizes! There’s ONE DAY LEFT!

UtopYAcon Ticket

Signed Box set of FIRST FIVE BOOKS in the Roswell High series by Melinda Metz

Origin by J.Armentrout: Signed and Personalized copy

Pre-Order of Alienated by Melissa Landers

 

The following two tabs change content below.
Classical music nerd by day, freelance writer and blogger by night. When I review books, I don't dish out and rehash every character and detail. What's the point of reading a book if you give most of the deets away in a review??? My reviews are more about my impressions and over all experience with the book. I am also a world-renowned armchair psychologist, and love to psychoanalyze authors.
Divider

Leave a Reply

CommentLuv badge

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.