Win a Free Copy of Carolyn Crane's Mind Games

How much do I love this fresh urban fantasy debut? So much that I am going to personally buy a copy on the day it is released — Tuesday 3/23 — and send it priority mail to the winning entrant.

Simply comment on this post by Tuesday March 23 at midnight EST. Winner announced Wednesday 3/24.

Click on the cover image for synopsis and other reviews.

From my review:

Mind Games is not romance, but it has strong romantic elements. I found it fresh, exciting, thought-provoking, mordantly funny, scary, and sexy. I absolutely loved this book.

From All Things Urban Fantasy:

Mind Games is actually a dark, gritty, and sexy urban fantasy that hooked me from page one. I’ve never read anything like Mind Games before,

Fantasy Dreamer’s Ramblings (5 stars)

Mind Games needs to be on everyone’s must-read-now list. Seriously – not kidding.

Good luck!

52 responses

  1. I’ve heard fantastic things about it – would love to get my hands on a copy :)
    Thanks for having the contest!
    And yay for Carolyn’s new book! Congratulations to her!

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  2. I almost never enter these contests (fear of getting book I might not love as much as other entrants, bluntly), but you’ve sold me! Me, me, pick me!

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  3. This is a great contest, I really want to get my hands on this book! Everyone who’s already read Mind Games has nothing but good things to say about it and I can’t wait to read it myself :)

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  4. First off thanks for the easy entry contest and hopefully you will pick lil ole me!
    I am so stoked about this new series by Carolyn and have found the cover art for book 2 and it has me even more excited because Doublecross comes out in September so can read two books of what is a Trilogy this year!!!

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  5. Wow! I’d read a few reviews of this book and put it on my reminder list but after reading the excerpt I moved it to my Wishlist. “I’m used to desperate, buddy. Desperate’s my factory default. But thanks anyway.”
    I love series and as this is a trilogy, I know I won’t have to wait forever to finish it. Would love to win a copy.

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  6. Sure, I’ll comment, neighbor! It sounds like a fun read, better than what I typically read on my iPod. I’m a cheapskate with no one genre I subscribe to (Stanza and Feedbooks have more sci fi, Kindle has more paranormal fantasy…), so I already know my standards are low. Having something to raise them would be awesome…

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  7. @Michael: oh, jeez. I must have been more tipsy than I remember if I told you about my blog at that party!

    Welcome aboard the genre fiction train. We’ll see if we can’t get you hooked. Maybe not on romance, but on something. even physicists need a fun read once in a while.

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  8. That book should be titled: The Definitive Guide to Self-Amputation.

    Or maybe, The Fun Guide to Chopping Your Own Ankle Off For a Laugh.

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  9. I’ve seen lots of positive reviews for this book that’s already put it on my wishlist. How did you know? ;-)

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  10. Shiloh Walker couldn’t stop talking about this book, thereby making me want to read it. A hypochondriac heroine…lol

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  11. I’ve read so many good things about this one and it sounds like a very unique heroine. Please enter me in the drawing. Thanks!

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  12. Considering pretty much everybody who’s reviewed it on the internets has been wowed by it, I’d love to read it.

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  13. This book sounds very intriguing. I will definitely have to check her debut book out.

    Thank you for letting us know.

    Ann

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  14. she’s clutching the breadknife of doom(been there, seen that ref UF covers) but I do believe that’s the first public transport I’ve seen on a UF cover – so ten bonus points, right there!

    I’m always up for a new UF debut, and Carolyn is such an entertaining blogger.

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  15. LOL @Maili!

    Don’t enter me in the contest, though. I am too eager for this book to wait; I’ll be buying it on Tuesday when it is released. And since that’s right in the middle of Borders’ Educator Appreciation Week, I’ll get it for 30% off!

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  16. Wow, based on your strong recommendation, I’d love to read this book! Please enter my name in the drawing : )

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