Sunday, January 18, 2009

Book Giveaway: Penguin Prize Pack 8+ YA Books!

Remember my big Penguin book giveaway back in November? Well, I've got another one, only this time, 5 of the books are guaranteed 2009 titles with 3 (or more) coming from Penguin's backlist (the winner may make their preferences known, but no guarantees since it is publicist's choice.)
Here is some information on the 5 ARC books you'll win:

Peace, Locomotion by Jacqueline Woodson (Coming in Jan. 2009) Twelve-year-old Lonnie is finally feeling at home with his foster family. But because he’s living apart from his little sister, Lili, he decides it’s his job to be the “rememberer”—and write down everything that happens while they’re growing up. Lonnie’s musings are bittersweet; he’s happy that he and Lili have new families, but though his new family brings him joy, it also brings new worries. With a foster brother in the army, concepts like Peace have new meaning for Lonnie.

Told through letters from Lonnie to Lili, this thought provoking book tackles important issues in captivating, lyrical language. Lonnie’s refl ections on family, loss, love and peace will strike a note with readers of all ages.

Read a review at The Book Bag.


Wintergirls by Laurie Halse Anderson (Coming in March 2009) Lia and Cassie are best friends, wintergirls frozen in matchstick bodies, competitors in a deadly contest to see who can be the skinniest. But what comes after size zero and size double-zero? When Cassie succumbs to the demons within, Lia feels she is being haunted by her friend’s restless spirit.

In her most emotionally wrenching, lyrically written book since the multiple-award-winning Speak, Laurie Halse Anderson explores Lia’s descent into the powerful vortex of anorexia, and her painful path toward recovery.

Read my review here.

Read an excerpt at www.myspace.com/wintergirls.

Because I am Furniture by Thalia Chaltas (Coming in April 2009) Anke’s father is abusive. But not to her. He attacks her brother and sister, but she’s just an invisible witness in a house of horrors, on the brink of disappearing altogether. Until she makes the volleyball team at school. At first just being exhausted after practice feels good, but as Anke becomes part of the team, her confidence builds. When she learns to yell “Mine!” to call a ball, she finds a voice she didn’t know existed. For the first time, Anke is seen and heard. Soon, she’s imagining a day that her voice will be loud enough to rescue everyone at home—including herself.

Read a review at Teen Book Review.



Simon Bloom: The Octopus Effect by Michael Reisman (Coming in June 2009) In Simon Bloom, The Gravity Keeper, Simon Bloom and his friends used the Book of Physics to narrowly defeat villainess Sirabetta. Now Simon’s nemesis, stuck as a helpless thirteen-year-old, wants revenge.
In this exciting sequel, Simon and company must enter the mysterious undersea realm of the Order of Biology to fi nd Sirabetta before she can restore her powers. Aided by old allies and some new ones, the kids struggle with fierce beasts, dangerous enemies, and their own evolving abilities.
Blending humor, suspense, and science—and throwing new octopus powers into the mix—Michael Reisman brings us another outstandingly original adventure.

Lipstick Apology by Jennifer Jabaley (Coming in Aug. 2009) When Emily Carson’s parents die in a plane crash, she’s left with nothing but her mother’s last words scrawled in lipstick on a tray table: “Emily, please forgive me.”

Now it’s fall and Emily moves to New York City— where she attracts the attention of two very different boys: the cute, popular Owen, and her quirky chemistry partner, Anthony. With the help of some surprising new friends, Emily must choose between the boy who helps her forget and the one who encourages her to remember, and ultimately heal.

Debut author Jennifer Jabaley has written a wonderful, feel-good romantic comedy with real emotional depth. Full of lovably wacky characters, Lipstick Apology is a heartwarming story about the true meaning of forgiveness.

Author Mandy Hubbard has a copy. Read her thoughts about it here.

So what do you have to do to enter?

For 1 entry, tell me in the comments what site(s) or blog(s) you visit online to find out about upcoming book releases. I always love to hear about what books are coming out in the future, both for my Waiting on Wednesday posts and my wishlist!

For 1 extra entry, post a link to this contest on your blog or social networking page (sidebar is fine) and leave a separate comment* to tell me you've done so.

For 1 extra entry, become a Presenting Lenore follower and leave a separate comment* telling me you've done so (or that you are one already).

(*the separate comments make it easier for me to pick a winner!)

Deadline for entry is Sunday, Feb 8th at 9 pm CST. Open to US and Canadian residents only (sorry international readers, but those are the publisher's rules. I'll be having a contest open internationally soon!)

Enter yourself and tell your friends! If response is good, I'll be able to host even more of these in the future.

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Shalonda said...

I generally check out blogs like The Story Siren. She always knows the good books that have yet to be released.

Also, Teens Read Too has a book release calendar that is pretty extensive. I check it out at least once a month.

Shalonda said...

Oh, and I am already a follower!

Holly said...

I would love to be entered in this contest. Thanks for hosting!

I generally look to Jen Robinson's book page for reviews of books to be released. Abby the Librarian and A Patchwork of Books are two other places that I look for children's and YA books. Lesa's Critiques is great for adult fiction and mystery books.

bermudaonion said...

I guess I use Shelf Awareness the most to discover upcoming releases. I also look at some publishers web sites from time to time. milou2ster(at)gmail.com

bermudaonion said...

I subscribe to you in Google Reader.

Holly said...

I just blogged about your contest here:
http://hollybooknotes.blogspot.com

Holly said...

I also subscribe to your blog in Google Reader. :-)

Thao said...

For upcoming releases I used the advance search on Amazon. Just choose the Age Range, The Month and they'll provide you a full list. I also browse Barnes and Noble Coming soon section daily just for fun.

I'll link your contest at my site ^^ don't count me in though.

Anonymous said...

I find upcoming books on HarperCollins FirstLook program and inthecurrent.blogspot.com.

Please enter me:)

+BookBegger
lyzziebit(at)yahoo(dot)com

Tabitha said...

Teen Reads and Teen Reads Too both have upcoming titles. But I mostly rely on Amazon's advanced searching.

Tabitha said...

I'm already a follower. :)

Janssen said...

Wow, how awesome.

Jen Robinson's Book blog (jkrbooks.typepad.com) has a lot of great information about upcoming books.

Tabitha said...

And, I just put your contest on my blog. :)

katayoun said...
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Kat said...

i also use amazon's mostly for the upcoming books and TeensReadToo is also good

Kat said...

i'm a follower!! :)

Meg89 said...

I don't really have a particular site I visit to find out about upcoming books, just reading the blogs and newspapers gives me a good idea when the big titles have arrived. I rarely read a book when it first comes out anyway, I like to hear some feedback on it first.

Great Contest!

Meg89 said...

I also follow you!

towerofbooks said...

I visit teenreads.com or teensreadtoo.com for upcoming book releases.

biblauragraphy said...

Like a lot of people here, I use TeenReadToo. Good stuff there.

S. Krishna said...

I use Shelf Awareness to find upcoming releases!

Holly said...

I always check out this site for upcoming releases. I love it!

http://community.livejournal.com/debut2009/20267.html

Holly said...

I'm already a follower!! =)

Holly said...

Posted a link to the contest on my side bar! Check it out!

http://writersblockreviews.blogspot.com

GirlwiththeBraids said...

To find new books to read to go to TeensReadToo but I go to other blogs also, including TheBookworm's blog Au Courant.

-GirlwiththeBraids
ReadingToMyself(at)yahoo(dot)com
www.readingtomyself.blogspot.com

GirlwiththeBraids said...

I posted about the contest here:

http://readingtomyself.blogspot.com/2009/01/presenting-lenores-contest.html

-GirlwiththeBraids
ReadingToMyself(at)yahoo(dot)com
www.readingtomyself.blogspot.com

Zoealea said...

I check out other book bloggers. I like reading Pop Culture Junkie and The Story Siren.

Zoealea said...

I am already following you!

Hillary said...

I usually check the Story Siren or the lists on Amazon about new books coming out in the next year. (The lists are EXTREMELY helpful.)

Hillary said...

I'm a follower too!

Alyce said...

I usually find out about upcoming book releases from all of the book blogs I read. I also find out about new releases from Shelf Awareness and LibraryThing's Early Reviewers list.
akreese (at) hotmail (dot) com

Alyce said...

I follow your blog!
akreese (at) hotmail (dot) com

TheBookworm said...

I usually go directly to the publishers and do some advance searches for upcoming books. I also you Teens Read Too book release calendar.

Please enter me! :)

emailthebookworm(at)yahoo(dot)com

The Tome Traveller said...

Bookreporter.com has a "Coming Soon" page that I check pretty regularly.

Great giveaway, Lenore! Please enter me!

The Tome Traveller said...

I'm already following....

Hillary said...

And I posted about the contest in my left sidebar in the contests category!

Erika Lynn said...

I check out Five Minutes Peace http://fiveminutespeace.co.uk/ for upcoming book releases as well as well as the advance search at Amazon and email newsletter from Borders and Barnes and Nobles.

Erika Lynn said...

And I posted about this in my new blog Kiss My Book!
http://kissmybook.blogspot.com/2009/01/little-something-extra.html

Liv said...

Those are some AWESOME books. :) I'd love to enter.
I find out about upcoming books from http://yalit.com/ it's a great site with almost every YA book and its release date.

Liv said...

Also, I am already a follower. :)

Erika Lynn said...

I am a follower and I have you in my google reader!

Just Blinded Book Reviews said...

I usually find out about new books from other book blogs but sometimes when I'm bored I go to several publishers websites and look at their new/upcoming releases.

Just Blinded Book Reviews said...

I'm already a follower of your blog.

Just Blinded Book Reviews said...

Also I've posted about this contest on my sidebar.

Meredith said...

I always look at blogs like Reviewer X, The Story Siren, yours, Hope's Bookshelf, etc.

Also, I try to find the debut authors of the year's website. And the Teens Read Too website has such a great list every month in their Cool New Books section. My local library also uses this website called WOWbrary which emails me about once a week letting me see what new items they are getting. It also has descriptions of the items and will let me place holds on them.

~Meredith

Meredith said...

Already a follower.

~Meredith

Khy said...

To find out about new books I just stalk a gazillion books blogs. And I stalk author blogs. And then when they post about their author friends I go and stalk their author friend's blog.

I'm just a creepy stalker.

Khy said...

And I just became a follower. People seem to like when people publicly follow them, so I think I'll start doing that now. And you, Lenore, and the first one I will publicly follow. Yay.

Brooke Reviews said...

I like Reviewer X and Fantasy Book Critique for my book news. I also try to keep up and list them on my own site. :)

Brooke Reviews said...

I am ALSO a follower of your blog! :)

Darling Diva said...

Hello and thank you for this opportunity. I generally check out blogs like Karin Book Nook, Reviewer X and Story Siren. They have really good reviews and from them I will check out other blogs that are listed on their sidebars.

I will also go to Amazon to further inspect books and will also check out an authors website/blog to find out more.

One of the best ways to find out about up and coming books is from talking to the book staff at your local bookstore, especially the independent book stores, like Kepler's. I love them, and one of their employee's has been very kind and generous with her time and ARC's. They also have a great blog called the BookBind, found on the Kepler's website.

Darling Diva said...

I have also became a follower :)

Darling Diva said...
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Darling Diva said...

Sorry...I had to ammend my post. I wanted to let you know that I also posted this on my blog on the side bar and I made a cute little tag for it.

http://lushbudgetproduction.blogspot.com/

mindy said...

i do not visit any one in particular i do a lot of surfing and whatever strikes me at the moment thanks for the giveaway

divaqueenie said...

I'm so glad you asked this questions, because I'm always looking for book review sites. The only one I regularly visit is NPR.com.

Shooting Stars Mag said...

OMG. I need these books in my life, especially WinterGirls, Lipstick Apology, and Because I Am Furniture. Just do.

I'm following you as well.

As for how I find out about books....

thebookreporter.com

other blog sites

teensreadtoo.com

teensread.com

-Lauren
:)

bison61 said...

I usually go and check out Amazon. And also Barnes and noble

tiramisu392 (at) yahoo.com

Mary Witzl said...

I visit 'Finding Wonderland' occasionally -- not as often as I should, frankly. But I'll come back here, too!

MJ said...

I use Shelf Awareness.

MJ said...

following

Linda J said...

I read your blog, and check out websites like Literary Guide, Doubleday, Crossings, Mystery Guild, and Bantam Dell.

Linda J said...

AND I'm a follower of your blog, of course!

Stephanie said...

I usually look at the story siren's post to see what's coming up. :)

annd, reviewer x has some good upcoming titles as well

stephanie

Stephanie said...

i am already a follower on my other acccount (steph30wang@gmail.com)

Megan said...

I use amazon or barnes and noble website

You can reach me at bookworm8675309@yahoo.com

Megan said...

I am now a follower.

AmandaSue said...

Well I usually don't keep track of new books, I just tend to hear about them from reading through my long list of bookmarked book blogs. Or sometimes if I have extra time I will look at Amazon to see whats new. Thanks for entering me!

AmandaSue said...

I'm a follower! Thanks.

Patricia said...

For book releases I either look at
http://www.flamingnet.com/
or teens read too.

they both basically have a great selection not all are new releases, but great if you want to see some books that are out there(:

Patricia said...

I posted a link about this contest in my sidebar! (:
lolzpatricia.blogspot.com
thanks for the contest!

Patricia said...

oh, and im also a new follower to your blog(:

Sheri S. said...

I tend to look at a bunch of places to discover new books coming out. Of the top of my head I'd say: amazon.com (popular pre-orders), Shelf Awareness and LibraryThing's Early Reviewer program books. I also check out publisher's websites since they usually have a section for "upcoming releases". Thanks for the great giveaway :)

Sheri S. said...

I'm also a follower of your blog :)

kathy55439 said...

would love to read Peace, Locomotion by Jacqueline Woodson I would like to adopt out of foster care so this book looks like a most read for me

Christina Farley said...

Fun! I love good contests! I find books on Teens Read, My Favorite Author, and Author 2 Author.

Laina said...

I mostly check the blogs I follow. And if a book looks good, I put it on my to read list. :)

Laina said...

I'm already a follower.

Christina Farley said...

Ok, so I posted it on my blog and I'm a fan. Glad I found your site.

Laina said...

I put a link in my sidebar.

Bingo said...

I would love to win and will put a comment on my blog about your contest! Would be SO GREAT to win!

Bingo said...

I like to look at Barnes & Noble for coming soon as it has the books listed by the week they are coming out so I know what to look for.

I also joined to follow your blog just now. Thanks!

Bridget said...

I've posted this on Win A Book. No need to enter the contest.

Kim Kasch said...

Love the Watergirls cover. And, I always look on Jen Robinson's blog to see what's she's reading for upcoming books.

jocelyn said...

Yalit.com has a good book release calendar. Also, various blogs, of course, but that's my source when I can't think of anything for Waiting on Wednesday :-)

jocelyn said...

I'm a follower!

jocelyn said...

And I posted about the contest at http://teenbookreview.wordpress.com/2009/01/18/awesomely-fantastic-contest/.

Stacie said...

I like to check out The Story Siren for new books.

Stacie said...

I follow you and subscribe!

Jordyn said...

I generally check Teen Book Review, The Story Siren, and HarperTeen's website.

Jordyn said...

Also: I'm already a follwer via Google Reader. :)

Jordyn said...

I promoted your contest on my blog. http://tencentnotes.wordpress.com/2009/01/18/very-important-announcements/

Kristi said...

I use Shelf Awareness alot as well as Author Buzz. I get emails from Title Trakk and different publishers that tells me of upcoming titles - Thomas Nelson Publishing, bookreporter, net galley. Please enter me in this contest!
kherbrand(at)comcast(dot)net

Kristi said...

I also already follow your blog!

kherbrand(at)comcast(dot)net

Jenn R said...

I regularly read several YA book blogs, but two of my favorites for upcoming books are The Story Siren and Becky's Book Reviews.

The books in this contest look great and I would love to win!
LiddypooL2(at)aol(dot)com

donnas said...

I mainly check out Amazon and then also check blogs like The Story Siren that I follow in Google Reader to get other reviews.

donnas said...

I am already a follower.

Stephanie said...

For new releases...I generally just wander the stacks at the library and the bookstores, and I check the blogs I have linked at my blog. I'm pretty laid back when it comes to finding brand-new stuff, since there's so much OLD stuff out there I haven't read yet! Ack!

I'll link to you from my blog (that's how I visit all the blogs I read!). What a great giveaway, YA books are the best. :)

Dawn M. said...

I don't have any one site. I just find out through all the different book blogs I visit and author websites.

Thanks! :0)

Dawn M. said...

I just added your blog to my Google Reader. :0)

Valorie said...

I find out what new books are coming out through fan related message boards and amazon.com. My tastes are pretty particular. I also do a lot of word of mouth communicating with my old professors since I read mostly historical nonfiction.

Valorie
morbidromantic@gmail.com

Valorie said...

Blogged:
http://morbid-romantic.net/2009/01/19/book-giveaways-0119-0125

Valorie
morbidromantic@gmail.com

Valorie said...

I am a subscriber.

Valorie
morbidromantic@gmail.com

darbyscloset said...

The bottom portion of the shelf awareness letter usually lists what authors are up to and that is where I generally find out about new reads.....a dangerous read this shelf awareness for the tbr pile never stands a chance of loseing any weight! : )
Thanks so much for this giveaway!!
Darby
darbyscloset at yahoo dot com

darbyscloset said...

Yeah, I am so glad you are doing this with penguin!!!
I am a follower of your blog!
Thanks
Darby
darbyscloset at yahoo dot com

pepsivanilla said...

Please enter me :)
The list of book blogs is waaay too long, but I make sure I visit Harmony Book Reviews, Reviewer X, and The Story Siren pretty much daily. And any author I like I find their blog too :)

pepsivanilla14(at)hotmail(dot)com

Rachael said...

The book blogs I have in my RSS Reader are:

Bookspotcentral
Fantasy Book Critic
Fantasy Book News and Reviews
Jen Robinson's
Stuff as Dreams Are Made On
Book Muncher
Urban Fantasy Land

jenniferknode said...

I subscribe to so many book blogs it's not even funny, but I find that EarlyWord is really great for telling me about stuff I haven't already heard about from everyone else.

Gwendolyn B. said...

I go directly to publishers' websites to check on the next season's releases.
Thanks for the chance to win these books -- they look great!
geebee.reads AT gmail DOT com

Gwendolyn B. said...

I'm a follower!
geebee.reads AT gmail DOT com

heatherlo said...

what a huge giveaway! To get upcoming releases info, usually I just learn about new books from the blogs I read. LibraryThing Early Reviewers program helps too. :)

shelburns said...

What an awesome giveaway! I usually check out Reviewer X for what's new, but I also get info from the Shelf Awareness newsletter.

shelcows AT gmail DOT com

shelburns said...

I am a new follower.

Denise Jaden said...

I look at teensreadtoo.com once in a while for upcoming books.

Great contest! I love the book selection!

Denise Jaden said...

I just became a follower.

Denise Jaden said...

I'm going to go put a link on my blog right now!

http://baskinex.blogspot.com

Diana Dang said...

I find out about new books through all the blogs I watch on my blogroll in my own. =)

Diana Dang said...

I became a watcher! You can see the link to your blog on my blogroll at the sidebar! =)

Diana Dang said...

I also have linked to the sidebar of my blog!

Speed Reader said...

Hey, Lenore! Great contest!

I get a lot of the books on my TBR list from Goodreads ... probably because I'm also "friends" with a lot of the awesome book bloggers. So I see the books show up on Goodreads before they actually blog about them. But book blogs are also a great place to find new books to read!

Speed Reader said...

Oh, and I'm a follower as well ... I just don't know if it's a public following or not. You are definitely on my google reader! ;)

Nutz4reading said...

I am a follower now.

Nutz4reading said...

I posted a link on my blog. I am also going to post it on my website.

Nutz4reading said...

I usually find out about new releases by visiting some websites I belong to. One is called Books & Chat, Monica's Media Madness or I will check some publishers or authors web pages too.

Lady Roxi said...

Love to have any of these

Thanks,

Michelle B. said...

First off let me say this is an awesome contest. Books Yah!!! I usually find upcoming books on Harper Collins First Look or Amazon and also word of mouth from my friends who are avid readers too. Thanks for the chance =)

Liviania said...

For authors I know about, I find out through their newsletters. Otherwise I find out through various bloggers - it's hard to even say how I find out about most of the stuff that catches my interest.

Liviania said...

I am now a follower. (I wasn't before?)

Faith said...

earlyword is a good blog for general early releases, not just YA stuff.
this contest looks great!

Melissa said...

Fantastic Fiction is one site that I use for new releases.

Melissa said...

I also follow you.

carma_bee said...

I really like www.teenreads.com. They have a mostly monthly thing where they show new YA books that are coming out that month.

carma_bee said...

I also followed your blog.

Lindsey said...

I go to Christianbook.com's coming soon page and use Amazon.com's advanced search by category feature, inputting "after ___(today's date___" in the time published. Thanks for the opportunity to win!

ladyufshalott at yahoo.com

Lindsey said...

Tweeted this giveaway! (Twitter username: kindred_spirit)

ladyufshalott at yahoo.com

Lindsey said...

I'm a follower!

ladyufshalott at yahoo.com

katie said...

I usually look at The Story Siren and the teen reads website.

katie said...
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katie said...

oh and i also just signed up to follow your blog!

kbpup903@yahoo.com

Jenita said...

I usually check literary agents' blogs for upcoming releases -- like Rachel Vater or Kristin Nelson. =]

Thanks for asking the question -- I'm learning a lot of new places to look. =]

Jenita said...

Following! =]

Jenita said...

And linked to it in today's blog post. =]

wendy said...

I use the bigger sites like amazon and barnes and nobles.

madamerkf at aol dot com

danie88 said...

I visit so many blogs and sites I can't even list them all, but here are two I frequent a lot... Romance Bandits and Shooting Stars Mag.



romancebookaddict(at)hotmail(dot)com

danie88 said...

I just became a follower.

romancebookaddict(at)hotmail(dot)com

Ali said...

Hi! I think I use Shelf Awareness the most for upcoming releases. Also publisher's websites, and many, many blogs.

Ali said...

I have you in my reader but now I'm a follower as well, just for kicks.

The Giveaway Diva said...

i love checking up the story siren as well as the shelf awareness! two great sites!

Genevieve said...

The book blogs that I really like are:

Reviewer X:
http://reviewerx.blogspot.com/

The Faerie Drink Review:
http://fdreview.blogspot.com/


The Page Flipper:
http://thepageflipper.blogspot.com/

The Story Siren:
http://www.thestorysiren.com/

Genevieve said...

I linked to the contest on my blog's sidebar:
http://caprubia.blogspot.com/

Genevieve said...

And I'm following.

avisannschild said...

I also use Shelf Awareness for upcoming releases, as well as reading lots and lots of blogs!

avisannschild said...

I'm also a follower!

traymona said...

I visit simonsays, random house and hatchette books to see what's new.
traymona[at]aol.com

The Not So Closet Geeks said...

I use the Amazon upcoming books lists to find out about new books.

~bella aire~

not_so_cg[at]yahoo[dot]com

The Not So Closet Geeks said...

I am also a follower.

~bella aire~

not_so_cg[at]yahoo[dot]com

Katie said...

I check out amazon every now and then to see if anything new is coming out.

I also just posted your contest to my blog.

Katie
kd_library@yahoo.com

Katie said...

Im also a follower! :D

katie

Sarahbear9789 said...

I tend to use TeenReads or Amazon to find what books are coming up.

Sarahbear9789 said...

I am a follower.

Sarahbear9789 said...

I have your contest on my sidebar.

GreenBeanTeenQueen said...

I look at various blogs like The Story Siren and then anyone I can find with a Waiting On Wednesday post. I love the teensreadtoo.com calendar-it's a great resource with links to Amazon.
I also like yalit.com, which has a release date calendar too.
-Sarah

GreenBeanTeenQueen said...

Oh-and I'm a follower too!:)
-Sarah

writemeg said...

To find out about upcoming releases, I usually Google my favorite authors or check out Amazon. I read The Book Lady's Blog and S. Krishna's Books faithfully, too.

I'd love to be entered! Thank you :)

Megan
writing.meg [[at]] gmail.com

cecilia said...

I've been finding new books through a whole lot of book blogs and often just checking out author sites for sequels or new books on the horizon. And I know sometimes it's behind, but I go the old-fashioned route and check out the NEW shelves at the library.

cecilia said...

And I'm following :)

cecilia // cecpham@gmail.com

Shooting Stars Mag said...

WOW, tons of comments.
Just wanted to say that I blogged about this too:

http://shootingstarsmag.blogspot.com/2009/01/win-it-wednesday_21.html


-Lauren

Joanne said...

Mostly I find out about books coming soon by reading blogs, other than that I check out http://www.fantasticfiction.co.uk/ and if it is a particular genre publisher I check out their websites (ex. I enjoy horror by Permuted Press so I watch their site)

Joanne said...

I've added your contest details to my blogs sidebar.

Joanne said...

And I am a faithful stalker - umm I meant to say follower :P

Great contest Lenore!

robin_titan said...

I usually go to teens read too to find out about upcoming books
sometimes I find out about them through seventeen magazine

robin_titan said...

I'm a follower :D

sharigreen said...

I'm a new follower. :) (So glad to discover your site!)

Shalonda said...

I have linked to this contest on my sidebar!

Stephanie said...

Oh boy. So many separate entries. So I'm a follower! (Yay, entry number one!)

Lexi said...

I like Shelf Awareness's daily email- keeps me pretty up to date!
Thanks for the chance to win such a great prize!

Lexi

What a Girl Reads said...

I follow a ton of different book blogs, mostly YA book blogs. The Story Siren, Reviewer x, your blog, Bookluver-Carol, just to mention a few!


Sara

What a Girl Reads said...

I am a follower through google Reader!

Jeanette J said...

I visit Fantasy Book Critic almost daily and Reading With Monie also

RebekahC said...

I'm a big fan of BookPage.com and also BookReporter.com when it comes to making my tbr lists.

RebekahC
Bookish Mom Reviews
Ready Set Read Reviews

RebekahC said...

This contest sounds awesome. I'd definitely love to enter. Thanks!
I've signed up as a follower.

RebekahC
Ready Set Read Reviews
Bookish Mom Reviews

ddurance said...

I like to troll www.fantasticfiction.com for new and upcoming books.

Deidre
deidre_durance at hotmail dot com

ddurance said...

I am a follower now.

Deidre
deidre_durance at hotmail dot com

Cheryl (Lucky Ladybug) said...

Access Romance, author Sound Relations, Fresh Fiction, NovelTalk, and Writerspace are some of the online sites I visit to find out about upcoming book releases :) *Thanks* for the giveaway!

lucky[dot]ladybug[at]verizon[dot]net

Cheryl (Lucky Ladybug) said...

I blogged about the contest :
http://luckyladybug.wordpress.com/bloggy-giveaways/
lucky[dot]ladybug[at]verizon[dot]net

Cheryl (Lucky Ladybug) said...

I'm following you on Blogger :)
lucky[dot]ladybug[at]verizon[dot]net

Alyce said...

I posted about it here:

http://athomewithbooks.blogspot.com/2009/01/weekly-giveaway-roundup_24.html

Marta said...

In the past I'd watched B & N...and other mass retail sites. Now I tend to watch Shelf Awareness and just cruise the publishers to see what they have coming up.

martasmeanderings.blogspot.com

Marta said...

I'm a follower!

The Not So Closet Geeks said...

I like to search in the upcoming lists of amazon.com

not_so_cg[at]yahoo[dot]com

Beth Kephart said...

This is the most amazing comment response I've seen in my life! Go, Lenore (who I already follow).

I like Readerville for keeping me informed about the literary debate.

Carol said...

I read as many blogs as I can to find new books. I also go to publisher's sites. I look for book not only for myself but for my grandchildren. Thanks for the giveaway!
Carol M
mittens0831 AT aol.com

Carol said...

I'm a follower.
Carol M
mittens0831 AT aol.com

Cheryl&Amber said...

I usually check out the following:

Story Siren
Book Chic
Reviewer X

This month my friend and I have launched our book blog so hopefully we can keep up and give great info too!

Thanks for the contest!

Juicebox.mom said...

I usually use Amazon and also a fave blog..J Kayes review blog. Thanks would love these books for my daughter.

Juicebox.mom said...

I'm a follower!

Karla said...

i stalk lots of book review sites, but really love Shelf Awareness the most. Thanks!

Karla said...

follower, thanks

Readingjunky said...

Please enter me in the contest. I've just become a follower. Great review of WINTERGIRLS.

RJ

Readingjunky said...

Teensreadtoo.com is the place I usually check for upcoming releases. I review for Jen as well.

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