As is tradition, we’re closing out 2018 with a giveaway and a notice that our team will be going on hiatus for the remainder of the year. Never fear, for we will be back on January 14, 2019.
In the meantime, we have several giveaways for you to enter! For our international readers, we are giving away four winner’s choice books via Book Depository. If the site ships to you, then you’re eligible! If you win, you can pick a YA book of your choice that is written by or stars a person of color or a person from a First/Native Nation.
For our U.S. readers, we are giving away Summer of Sloane by Erin L Schneider, Along the Indigo by Elsie Chapman, The Summer Prince by Alaya Dawn Johnson, Damselfly by Chandra Prasad, A Thousand Beginnings and Endings edited by Ellen Oh & Elsie Chapman, Blanca & Roja by Anna-Marie McLemore, Three Dark Crowns by Kendare Blake, The Storyteller by Traci Chee, (Don’t Call Me Crazy) edited by Kelly Jensen, A Time to Dance (PB) by Padma Venkatraman, The Astonishing Color of After by Emily X.R. Pan, The Way You Make Me Feel by Maurene Goo, I Was Born for This (PB) by Alice Oseman, Our Stories, Our Voices edited by Amy Reed, Pride by Ibi Zoboi, Anger is a Gift by Mark Oshiro, From Twinkle with Love by Sandhya Menon (signed), and After the Shot Drops by Randy Ribay (signed).
The giveaway start today, and they will close on December 31, 2018. Just enter the Rafflecopter giveaways below! From all of us at Rich in Color, we hope that 2019 will bring you great books and an abundance of joy!
17 Replies to “2018 Giveaway and Hiatus”
Thanks so much for the giveaway! 😀 I’ve heard so much about A Thousand Beginnings and Endings being a great celebration of Asian authors and just haven’t managed to get my hands on a copy.
Thanks for the chance! If I win I’d request Darius The Great Is Not Okay
Thank you for the giveaway! I LOVED the anthology (A Thousand Beginnings and Endings). It is easily one of my favorite books of the year. Reading those stories inspired me to begin writing down stories of my family that I’ve heard, but never seen on paper. =)
Alyssa @ The Eater of Books!
This is such a cool idea – thank you for running it! If I win the international giveaway, I’d request Blanca & Roja by Anna-Marie McLemore!
not sure what id pick yet! theres so many to choose from haha
Such a fun giveaway! Just discovered your site and will definitely be following for the future. 🙂
Thank you for this amazing chance! If I win I would love to have the Bone Witch by Rin Chupeco 🙂 it sounds awesome
Our Stories, Our Voices edited by Amy Reed – which for me brings home the importance of making sure the female voice is not ignored in any of the public spheres. We need more books addressing the impact of woman – it reminds me of Naidoc Week’s theme this year: Because of her we can!
Current top wish is Girls of Paper and Fire by Natasha Ngan!
My current top wish is Girls of Paper and Fire by Natasha Ngan!
Thank you so much for hosting these giveaways! I’m super excited to read Anger Is A Gift!
If I won I’d choose Call me by your name or The handmade’s tale
If I was to win I’d love for the blog runner/s to pick the books they love the most or find the most interesting from my bd wishlist
I have all of these books on my TBR and have missed them so far and can’t wait to read them. Thanks for the chance to win exciting books. Happy New Year!
This is such an amazing giveaway—the perfect way to promote and appreciate diversity ❤ The book that I would really like to win is Children of Blood and Bone by Tomi Adeyemi, it’s been on my TBR list for awhile now but unfortunately, I’ve never gotten the chance to read it. Winning this would really mean a lot and it would complete my 2018. Thank you so much for the chance and more power to your awesome blog! 💕
I would love to get a copy of I Was Born for This! I love Alice Oseman’s writing, especially her characters because they are more realistic, diverse, lovable, and relatable than of any other author that I’ve read.
I would love to get a copy of I Was Born for This. I really appreciate Alice Oseman’s writing, especially her characters because they’re all so relatable, lovable, diverse, and realistic.
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