End of the Year Giveaway and Hiatus

With the end of the year in sight, it’s time for us to take a brief break at Rich in Color. While we won’t be updating our main site with new posts, you may spot us from time to time on Tumblr or Twitter. We will be back to our regular posting schedule on Monday, January 6th.

In the meantime, let’s have a giveaway, shall we? This giveaway is open to people with U.S. mailing addresses only.

12/29/2013 UPDATE
We have nine eleven books up for grabs: Killer of Enemies by Joseph Bruchac (ARC); Charm & Strange by Stephanie Kuehn; Shadows on the Moon by Zoe Marriott; Sorrow’s Knot by Erin Bow; Team Human by Justine Larbalestier and Sarah Rees Brennan; Diverse Energies edited by Tobias S. Buckell & Joe Monti; Death, Dickinson, and the Demented Life of Frenchie Garcia by Jenny Torres Sanchez; Prophecy by Ellen Oh (ARC); Prophecy by Ellen Oh (paperback); Warrior by Ellen Oh (hardcover); and The Living by Matt de le Pena. In addition, two people will win a YA book of their choice that was written by or stars a person of color.

Many thanks to Ellen Oh for donating the paperback copy of Prophecy and the hardcover copy of Warrior to our giveaway!

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We’ll see you in 2014!

27 Replies to “End of the Year Giveaway and Hiatus

  1. I’m not up to date on what will be coming out in 2014 – but I’d like to commit to reading more diverse lit this year! I loved Summer of the Mariposas last year (read and discussed it with Kathy from The Brain Lair). I’d love to win Diverse Energies or Team Human on this list 🙂

  2. I’m lost on what’s coming out in 2014. I know I want to read and blog about more diverse lit this coming year. I think I’ll finish reading the Tankborn series. I enjoyed the first one. Like Maria mentioned above, we loved Summer of the Mariposas this past year!

  3. Definitely looking forward to Guardian by Alex London. He’s such an amazing new YA voice! I love what he’s done with sci-fi/dystopia. Very Matrix and Bladerunner and Neuromancer.

  4. I think Silver Phoenix looks interesting. I don’t even have a list at the moment, but I did want to say this website is very cool. Anything that can be done to make the world we expose our young to a more fair and realistic world, I’m all for it. I look forward to learning about new books to recommend here as I’m a librarian and I’m often asked for recommendations. (And I love to read YA so… I’m the one most often asked for that category.) I also have 3 daughters and want them to be inspired by literature and film, not taught they are lesser in any way –or that anyone is.

  5. I am so excited to read Warrior by Ellen Oh! Prophecy was great, so I’m thinking Warrior will be just as good. Or maybe even better.

  6. I’m really looking forward to reading the second book in The Living series! I was lucky enough to read an arc of The Living, and it blew me away! Cannot wait for the sequel!

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