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The Great YA Highway Valentine's Day Giveaway



It's almost Valentine's Day, and in the spirit of showing a little love toward our wonderful readers, we are giving away copies of our upcoming 2015 books!

So what can you win?

This giveaway includes:

Signed ARCS of Kristin Halbrook's EVERY LAST PROMISE, Stephanie Kuehn's DELICATE MONSTERS, Lee Bross's TANGLED WEBS, Amy Lukavics's DAUGHTERS UNTO DEVILS, Kirsten Hubbard's WATCH THE SKY, and a preorder of Deb Driza's REDEMPTION!

Whoa, that's a lot! 6 reads total for 1 lucky winner. So if you want to get a sneak peek at what us Highwayers are up to this year, be sure to enter the Rafflecopter below (US and Canada only, please).









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Thank you for being a part of the Highway. We love you!
 


Stephanie Kuehn

Stephanie is the William C. Morris award-winning author of Charm & Strange, Complicit, Delicate Monsters, and The Smaller Evil.

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  1. A blogger literally just tweeted about how much she loves female characters who can say F You with gusto, finished off with a "cough" in my direction. So, today, I'm particularly loving that about my writing ;)

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  2. I love the witty humor in my writing. (Is that okay to say?) It just makes the story fun to read. :)

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    1. That is definitely okay to say! Wit is wonderful thing.

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  3. Today, I love that my writing feels fearless.

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  4. What a great giveaway! :) In my own writing, I love how much my characters make me care about them. Their struggles, their triumphs, their humor...I wish I could be friends with them!

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  5. This is a spectacular giveaway! Thanks for doing this!
    When it comes to my own writing, I spend a lot of time doubting myself, but *most* of the time, I love the characters I write and the voices I give them. I think I do okay with dialogue as well. :-)

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  6. Awesome give-away. Hmm, I like that my writing is honest. : )

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  7. I love that my writing feels cleansing and almost therapeutic. Thank you for this giveaway this book are to die for especially Tangles Webs!!
    ~ Britt

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  8. I love my ability to hold onto hope in a story, even if the subject matter, setting, or situation become very dark.

    This is a great giveaway, thank you!

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  9. I love my one-liners and my characters. :)

    Also so excited for this giveaway!!

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    1. Oh, I love a good one-liner! That's awesome. :)

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  10. For my writing, I love the worlds and characters I create. Being inspired and then just letting the ideas flow. The process is amazing and exhausting, but I love it.

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    1. Yes, finding beauty in the process is such a wonderful thing!

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  13. I love writing because I can take pieces of my imagination and create anything.

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  14. This is such a fantastic giveaway -- thank you! My favorite thing about my writing is my voice -- it's one of few thing I don't have work hard on. Plotting is a completely different story, though. :-)

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  15. I love that my writing flows nicely together!

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  16. Also, thank you for the hugely generous giveaway!! I am EPICLY exicited for Tangled Webs!!!

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  17. What a fantastic giveaway! So generous! I actually didn't enter because I have ARCs of several of the books already, so I want to leave them for other readers. In the meantime, I can't wait to read and review and post about the ARCs I do have. (Because, yes, I totally believe in sharing the book love whenever possible.)

    Happy release to all!

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  18. One thing I love is that whatever I am feeling at that moment instead of hanging onto it. If I write it all out on the computer or down on paper. I feel like it's a release for me, and I can move past it from that point on.

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  19. I love that my poetry background peeks through in my fiction. It enriches my writing in ways that are unique and memorable.

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  20. One thing I love about my writing, today at least, is how vulnerable I'm willing to be. I just turned in a poem Monday for a creative writing class, and it felt both scary and good to be open about my feelings.

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  21. One thing I love about my own writing... I like my characters, and how I can make them flawed and flawed in their relationships with another.

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Item Reviewed: The Great YA Highway Valentine's Day Giveaway Rating: 5 Reviewed By: stephanie kuehn