Saturday, October 9, 2010

Second Hand Saturday (3)





Welcome to Second Hand Saturday a once a week giveaway started by Reading Teen. In an attempt to clear our bookshelves, and pass on great used books to our stalkers followers, WE =  Austin, Andrew, Faith, Reagan, Anna, Bransen and Adrien have decided to hold weekly giveaways of some of the books on our bookshelves! Every Saturday, we will post the books available, and the following Saturday, we will announce the winner and our next challenge. The winner will get to choose a book from the list and we will ship it to that lucky person! Each week we will have a different challenge to complete (see below). YOU MUST BE A FOLLOWER TO ENTER!  Open Internationally.  Ends at 10:00 pm EST the following Friday!





Middle Grade

-  Middle School Confidential Books 1-3 by Annie Fox (PBR
-  Eragon (hardback) by Christopher Paolini (PBR)
-  Eldest (hardback) by Christopher Paolini (PBR)
-  Inkheart by Cornelia Funke (PBR)
-  Inkspell by Cornelia Funke
-  Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows (hardback no jacket) (PBR) (RT)
-  Mattimeo (library copy) by Brian Jacques
-  A Wrinkle in Time and A Wind in the Door by Madeleine L'Engle
-  Summer Ball by Mike Lupica
-  Half Moon Investigations (library copy) by Eoin Colfer
-  Island Girl (library copy) by Sandra Byrd
-  Hoot (paperback) by Carl Hiaasen
-  Tuck Everlasting (hardback) by Natalie Babbitt
-  Nothing But The Truth: A Documentary Novel (paperback) By AVI
-  Triss (Redwall, Book 15) (paperback) by Brian Jacques
-  Clovermead by David Randall
-  The O'Reilly Factor For Kids by Bill O'Reilly
-  Portal by Imogen Rose
-  Trackers by Patrick Carman
-  Nerds by Michael Buckley
Zan Gah by Allan Richard Shickman
-  The Carnival of Lost Souls by Laura Quimby
Star Power book 1 Supernova  by Catherine Hapka
A Wrinkle in Time by Madeleine L'Engle
High School Musical: The Junior Novel Disney
-  High School Musical: Stories from East High #6 Disney
-  Animal Ark Pets books #12 - #16
-  25 books from The Babysitters Club (you pay media shipping)

To enter this week's giveaway, you must be a follower of this blog, and...

 Answer me this...

If you could meet any author, who would it be and what would you ask him/her?


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Thank You so much for following. We could not would not do this without our followers. Come back next Saturday to see the winner and enter in for another book giveaway!

This week's winner is:

❤Stephanie! said...


Ninjas of course! When you pull a really clever, stealthy move, no one ever says "Oh my god, that was so pirate!!". 




Email us at ReadingTween(at)ReadingTeen.net with your address and book choice!  You have a week to respond!


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22 comments:

April X said...

It would be so cool to meet J.K. Rowling. Of course, I may faint. So it wouldn't really turn out well. I am so bad with meeting authors lol. All the book signings I've been to have been really awkward experiences XD

Cass (Words on Paper) said...

Hmm...probably Holly Cupala. She's just SUCH a sweetheart, and she seems really nice and adorable. :) Ooh, and Jackson Pearce. I haven't read anything from her yet, but I love her vlogs. XD

Thanks for the contest!

Teril said...

I would like to meet Kim Harrison because she has such a versatile genre cover and I have thus far enjoyed all her series.

.Ambur. said...

I would love to meet Cassandra Clare! :D
I have no idea what I would say to her though, I think I'd probably totally freeze up and be all 'hi' *insert huge dorky grin* :D I'd probably just try and not go totally fangirl on her :D
Thanks for the giveaway :D

Kailia Sage said...

At the moment, Richelle Mead. I would ask her about her research and why she chose Romanian Folklore and stuff about her characters!

Enbrethiliel said...

+JMJ+

I'd love to meet Neal Shusterman and ask him how he gets his ideas. (Really, really cliche, I know--but it's true! He's one of the most original YA authors EVER!!!)

Kulsuma said...

I want to meet soo many authors! Top of my list are J K Rowling, Anthony Horowitz and Scott Westerfeld. I would ask them where they get all their ideas and ask them what they're going to write next.

Tessa Quin said...

Cassandra Clare. I'd like to pick her brains about how to get in contact with agents (she got one through contacts! And probably with a good query, too). So my question would be: How did you, as a pre-author, chat with Barry Goldblatt when you first met him at the conference?

brandileigh2003 said...

That is sooo hard! Probably Elizabeth Isaacs to chat it up.

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Ana Norte said...

I guess... Richelle Mead!! I just looooved VA and I really want to make some questions to her! Hahah

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Llehn said...

I'd love to meet Neil Gaiman. I would love to ask if he would marry me :D Does that count as a question?

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Blackest_NIght_Reads said...

There so many authors I'd love to meet, but I think I'd pick Stephen King. I'd like to ask him what it's like to be him? How he feels about being one of the most famous writers ever. And I'd like to ask him what drew him to scary stories in the first place?

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*Jam* said...

I'd love to meet Marion Zimmer Bradley but she's already gone... And also JK Rowling but wouldn't ask anything, just to get my books signed! =)

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Jill of The O.W.L. said...

I'd love to meet Lois Duncan because I grew up reading all her books!

I'd ask her how just came up with the idea for Daughters of Eve.

sweet_heart_52_9 said...

I would want to meet Lurlene Mcdaniel and I think I would ask her where does she get the strength to write the types of books she writes.

sweet_heart_52_9@yahoo.com

Aleksandra said...

I'd love to meet Neil Gaiman! I love his books :) As for question, I don't know, I'll probably just pester him about how much I love his books ;) or I might ask him which of his books is his favorite - if he can even choose - I know I can't ;)

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Thanks for the giveaway!

Dovile said...

I'd like to meet J.K. Rowling. I'd like to ask her what she is writing at the moment, and when we can expect it in print:)

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Scoot said...

I am going to agree with Dovile! Meeting J.K. Rowling would be awesome. I would ask her to tell me a story from the HP world that she hasn't published... like maybe a scene that was cut from the book come editing time? That would be awesome.

seescootread[at]gmail[dot]com

sablelexi said...

I would also like to talk to talk to J.K. Rowling. I'd ask her if she was really writing a Harry Potter encyclopedia like the rumors said.

jlynettes @ hotmail . com

Tina (Book Couture) said...

I'm surprised no one has said Suzanne Collins yet. The Hunger Games are one of my top faves, but I'd ask her: What are the names of Katniss' children?
I've wanted to know that ever since reading the epilogue.

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Badass Bookie said...

Thansk for the weekly giveaway guys! You guys are great reviewers :P ( Just read a recent one) As for which author...hard one but I think I will go with Cassandra Clare and I would totally ask her where she gets all her witty jokes and punchlines for her characters from!!! Pure Genius! I recommend you guys to read her :P

Cheers,
Lisa
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hense1kk said...

I would meet J.K. Rowling. I owe much of my love of reading to Harry Potter. I doubt I would even bother reading if I hadn't discovered Harry that fateful day in 2nd grade lol. Then I would meet Stephen King...because I think he must be crazy to have written what he does.

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