LOSS Blog Tour: The Saturday Giveaway

Who doesn't like a little blatant self-promotion? Especially when there's a giveaway involved?

Yes, that's right - LOSS will hit the shelves on March 20, 2012! (Some places seem to be already shipping.) What's that? You have no idea what I'm talking about? Well, gentle reader, let me enlighten you...with back-cover copy.


Fifteen-year-old Billy Ballard is the kid that everyone picks on. Things change drastically when Billy learns that years ago, he'd been tricked by Pestilence, the White Rider of the Apocalypse. Now it's Billy's turn to wield Pestilence's Bow and spread sickness through the world. He uses his new power to lashes out at his tormentors...and accidentally causes an outbreak of disease. Horrified by his actions, he wants nothing more than to be rid of the Bow. For that to happen, Billy must track down the previous White Rider, who is hiding in a place where even Death cannot go.

By the time Billy finds the man who had tricked him so long ago, the White Rider is completely insane—and is poised to unleash a plague that would make the Black Death look like a summer cold. And only Billy can stop him. Does one bullied teenager have the strength to stand his ground—and the courage to save the world?

This is the third book in the Riders of the Apocalypse series, but it, like the first two (Hunger, Rage), are written as standalone novels.

And here's the thing: I have an extra author's copy that I really don't need. Heck, I wrote the thing; I don't need to read it. :)

So...GIVEAWAY!!! **throws confetti**

All you have to do is comment below and tell me what your favorite book about the Apocalypse is. (Yes, you can say mine. You can also say other authors and titles. I won't hold it against you. Of course, I may be lying.) On March 20 -- the day that LOSS officially hits the shelves -- I'll pick one random commenter to win a signed copy of LOSS and a small LOSS cover poster.

While you're at it, check out the schedule of the official LOSS blog tour! Because hey - the grand prize is pretty spiffy, if I do say so myself. :)


Can I say my favorite short stories about the apocalypse? I have two: James Maxey's "To the East, a Bright Star" and Neil Gaiman's "We Can Get Them For You Wholesale."
K.A. Stewart said…
Not entering the contest ('cause that would seem highly suspect ;) ) but my favorite book about the apocalypse is Good Omens by Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett.
KaylaBeck said…
Of course your books will be my favorites about the Apocalypse once I read them, but as it stands, I'm with Ms. Steward - Good Omens, hands down. :-)

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evening-green said…
I haven't read that many, but I did like Nightfall by Ellen Connor.
Thank you for the giveaway :)
Brenda Hyde said…
I love your series about the apocalypse best as far as YA- I mean that:) But, I'm going to go with Larissa Iona's Immortal Riders series. Dang...so hot.
Tez Miller said…
Is LOSS not going to be on NetGalley? That's where I read the first two books in the series. Oh well, you win again gravity...I mean, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Graphia ;-)

Favourite apocalyptic novel at the moment is Julianna Baggott's PURE, but I'm open to suggestion ;-)
Bethany C. said…
I liked Hunger!

donnas said…
I like The Stand

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May said…
Your books are terrific of course! :) I also go for Terry's Disc world... Death is just too funny...

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Dea S. said…
I really liked Hunger! Thank you so much for the chance. And I hope this is open internationally.

sauvadeavelle @ yahoo dot com
I really liked Rage and Hunger they were really good, and I loved how part of $ went to charity.

Jackie said…
And...we have a winner!!!

EVENING-GREEN, congratulations!!! I'll be emailing you shortly.

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