Seeing Redd Giveaway

July 26, 2007 Categories: Books , Contests | 10 Comments  

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Remember when I raved about Frank Beddor’s The Looking Glass Wars? The main reason I bought and read the book is that I knew I was going to be receiving the sequel – Seeing Redd – to review sometime soon. Guess what? I just found out that Special Ops Media will also be sending me two extra copies for a giveaway!

The book releases on August 21st, so I’ll keep this giveaway open a little longer than I usually do. On August 14th, I will draw a winner from all the comments on this post. And, just to make it fun – and since Seeing Redd and The Looking Glass Wars are new takes on an old fairy tale – when you leave your comment, tell me what your favorite fairy tale – new or old is.

So go ahead, comment away!


  1. Karen

    Ooh, I guess I’ll need to read these soon! Sounds great!

    I don’t have one favorite fairy tale, but I love the way Gail Carson Levine puts a new twist on old familiar stories in her books.

  2. hennypenny

    The cover of that book scares me! LOL

    Favorite fairy tale? Henny Penny of course! You probably already knew that though didn’t you?

  3. aBookworm

    Hi Carrie,

    Thanks for letting me know. Count me in!
    And I’ll put it up in a couple of minutes on my blog as well.


  4. Carrie2

    Ohh books!! Gotta love it…add me to your drawing please?! My Favorite fairy tale is Sleeping Beauty. But I have recently read Wicked and Confessions of an Ugly Stepsister (By Gregory Macguire) and have now decided Cinderella is my favorite ;)

  5. Laura Williams

    That is one scary looking book!

    hmmm… favorite fairy tale… Jack and The Beanstalk

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  6. Gem

    I’m supposed to be getting a copy as well, hope they don’t forget me! I read The Looking Glass Wars, really enjoyed for all that it was a YA book. Silly labels! No swearing, interesting characters, loads of character development. Loved it! Can’t wait for the sequel.

  7. Ashley Rutherford

    My favorite one is Snow White & The Seven Dwarfs

  8. Renoka

    I happened to like the twist that the Looking Glass Wars puts in Alice in Wonderland.
    Also, i Agree with Karen (top) about the books that Gail Carson Levine writes.

    My fave fairy tale is Beauty and The Beast

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  10. Aaron

    not sure if this counts as a fairy tale, but the wizard of oz always interested me, and i loved the retelling of it in Wicked, and son of a witch. by gregory macquire