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Saturday, March 1, 2014

3rd Annual March MG Madness Event Info and Giveaway

Let the Middle-Grade Madness Begin!!!

That's right, cupcakes, the 3rd Annual March MG Madness begins today! I'm SO excited for this month long celebration of middle-grade to start and I hope you are too. The first and second March MG Madness Events were awesome awesome awesome, and I think this year will be even BETTER.

If you're new to this event then you are in for a fun time! I have a ton of Middle-Grade Reviews, Author and Character Interviews, and Giveaways to share...A TON! Each day in March there will be a new middle-grade book and/or author to meet and explore. And did I mention the giveaways?! Cause there are A LOT!! I LOVE middle-grade and started this annual event to share that love and give MG the attention it deserves. I hope y'all find some new books and authors to squee over with me. 

I want to say a huge THANK YOU to all the fantabulous authors, pubs, and publicists who have made this year's March MG Madness possible! These people rock and have made sure that this year's event will be spectacular!!

Below you will find the schedule for this event, which will be updated daily with links to each review, interview, and giveaway. Also, below you can enter a giveaway (provided by me!) for a box of MG books.

3rd Annual March MG Madness Schedule
(links will be updated daily)
If you click on a link and it doesn't work, that's because the post hasn't gone up yet. Each post will go live by 6am on its scheduled date. Those posts scheduled but not live yet will be marked with a ***

April 1: Closing Post

Win a box of 6 middle-grade books!
You can win:
-The Forbidden Library by Django Wexler
-What the Moon Said by Gayle Rosengren

-Spindlers by Lauren Oliver

-Ophelia and the Marvelous Boy by Karen Foxlee
-Escape from Mr. Lemoncello's Library by Chris Grabenstein
-Winter Sky by Patricia Reilly Giff

-US only
-will end 4/6
-1 winner will win all six books
-must be 13+, one free entry per person
-winner will be emailed and must claim prize within 48 hours
-I am NOT responsible for lost, damaged, or stolen prizes

You have the chance to earn extra points by commenting on each March MG Madness post (links updated daily in Rafflecopter) and by reading and reviewing MG books during March! Each review (up to five) must be more than just a rating (a paragraph will do), and can be posted on your blog or Goodreads or store page or somewhere else.


Brenda said...

My all time favorite MG book is The Sorcerers Stone, it is the book/series that rekindled my interest in reading and holds special memories for me.

Michael G-G said...

This is so exciting, Aeicha. I know where I'll be spending most of March: here at Word Spelunker.

Michelle @ In Libris Veritas said...

Yay! I can't wait to fill my TBR with some MG goodness! I have quite a few favorites but Sorcerer's Stone, Breadcrumbs by Ann Ursu, and Chasing Redbird by Sharon Creech are at the top of the list.

Jillyn said...

My favorite MG book is Flipped by Wendelin Van Draanen.

Unknown said...

My favorite middle grade books are the nick and tesla series.

Unknown said...

I absolutely love The Junction of Sunshine and Lucky.

Kirsten! said...

I really love The Cavendish Home for Boys and Girls. And the Harry Potter books (are those middle grade? I think the first few are at least), and also A Series of Unfortunate Events. And a bunch more! Basically I am super excited for this bloggy event-thing, because MG doesn't get enough recognition, I think :)

Unknown said...

(This is Darith L)

Bridge to Terabithia!

Unknown said...

Omgoodness....ummmmthe most profound one I read was The Giver :) it was such a good book then and now. (I'm 31 but it still has an impact on me)

Orchid said...

I don't know about all-time favorite, there are just too many that I love.
That being said, one of my current favorite middle grade series is The Ascendance trilogy by Jennifer Nielsen. I just discovered it earlier this year and fell in love with her writing, the world, and the characters.

anne s. said...

my fave book is out of my mind by sharon draper!