Wednesday, December 17, 2008

The Fairy BlogMother Strikes again!

Another awesome ARC giveaway!! My Fair Godmother by Janette Rallison will be out January 6th--but you can get it early! Just leave a comment (deadline midnight Dec. 23rd) answering the following: If you had a Fairy Godmother--what would you ask her for?


Finding your one true love can be a Grimm experience!

After her boyfriend dumps her for her older sister, sophomore Savannah Delano wishes she could find a true prince to take her to the prom. Enter Chrissy (Chrysanthemum) Everstar: Savannah’s gum-chewing, cell phone–carrying, high heel-wearing Fair Godmother. Showing why she’s only Fair—because she’s not a very good fairy student—Chrissy mistakenly sends Savannah back in time to the Middle Ages, first as Cinderella, then as Snow White. Finally she sends Tristan, a boy in Savannah’s class, back instead to turn him into her prom-worthy prince. When Savannah returns to the Middle Ages to save Tristan, they must team up to defeat a troll, a dragon, and the mysterious and undeniably sexy Black Knight. Laughs abound in this clever fairy tale twist from a master of romantic comedy.

About the Author:

JANETTE RALLISON has been writing since she was six years old, although the quality of her work has improved substantially since then. She is the author of many books, including All’s Fair in Love, War, and High School. She lives in Chandler, Arizona, with her husband, Guy, and their five children. www.janetterallison.com www.janette-rallison.blogspot.com
Good Luck! And stay tuned for more ARC giveaways!!

39 comments:

Laura said...

I would ask my fairy godmother for a magical machine that folds laundry. Man, do I hate folding laundry.

carmen alexis said...

If I had a fairy godmother... I would ask for a room that is lined with bookshelves so I can put all my books. My own bookshelves at the moment are packed. haha. =)

I would love to win this book! Please enter me. Thanks.

Shooting Stars Mag said...

Hmm...what would I ask for? How about a really awesomely sweet boyfriend? LOL
Orrrr...all the books in the world!

-Lauren

Pikealicious said...

I always love your contests! You make them so much fun.

I would ask my fairy godmother for good karma. If I had good karma, then nice things would come my way, and I would give out good karma as well.

I would love to be entered in this drawing.

pepsivanilla said...

I would ask for my fairy godmother to help me procrastinate less! I'm so bad about putting stuff off until I have to do it.

donnas said...

I would ask my fairy godmother how to find true love. It can be so hard especially when you just moved cities.

Hillary! said...

I would ask my fairy godmother to make my imaginary friend real.

Natalie Hatch said...

The housework to be done, the children kept busy and happy so that I can get time to myself to write without being told that someone has taken their nappy off and is peeing on the lounge room floor (that stops my muse mid-sentence).

stephanie said...

I would ask for a book machine. I would "order" any book I would and the machine will spit the book out. That'll be sooo cool :)

I would love to be entered.
Thankss
Stephanie

Lauren said...

My wish would be to be able to have all the books in the world I wanted given to me for free.

Or maybe a really hot boyfriend.:)

Emily Marshall said...

Wow, if I had a fairy godmother I'd ask her for a maid to clean my entire apartment every week. Or maybe a chocolate dispensing machine that makes gourmet chocolate every day.

This book looks SO CUTE!!

Diana Dang said...

That sounds like a cute book!

Oy, the first thing I would ask is for her to make me the ideal girl (in my eyes, not the general public). Boy I need the grades...

GreenBeanTeenQueen said...

This book sounds so fun!

I, like many of the others who have commented, would wish for books. Actually, I'd wish for that library from Beauty and the Beast to be added to my house. If it came already filled, that would be awesome as well.

Khy said...

I'd ask her for a personal library filled to the brim with YA books. That would be nice.

astres said...

I'd ask my fairy godmother for the start up capital for a printing press/publishing company :P

Dominique said...

I'd probably ask for happiness & success...and all the books I'd ever want ;)

Thao said...

I'd ask my god mother to let me travel around the world ^^ I'm always staying at home so I wanna see how the real world is out there.

Thanks for the great contest, I really love the question hehe.

ddurance said...

I would ask that my husband be peaceful and patient.

Deidre

Lori T said...

If I had a fairy godmother...I would ask her to grant me a wish for my family to find happiness and embrace it!

bamabelle said...

Oh, this book sounds like so much fun! Please count me in.

Let's see, if I had a fairy godmother, I would wish for every book that I want to be paid for, and then delivered to my house by Robert Pattinson. Is that so wrong? ;)

Kiss of Paradise said...

so that everyone I know and love is happy and content with their life.

kiss-of-paradise at hotmail dot com

Paradox said...

The sad thing is... I've already decided my answers to this question before I even found the contest.

Things I would ask for:

1. Paranormal powers like telekinesis, shapeshifting, flight, teleporting, etc.

2. Books. Lots of books. And a place to put them, like my own library.

I posted about the contest here: http://paradoxrevealed.blogspot.com/2008/12/official-contest-list.html

Bunny B said...

I would ask her for a billion dollars! :) I could do so much with that! Thanks!
bunnybx at gmail . com

Alicia said...

If I had a fairy godmother I would ask her for a house!

adw7984 at gmail dot com

Mandy said...

If I had a fairy godmother, i would ask her to whisper sweet nothings about my book in Oprah's ear, thus guarenteeing me a spot on her show, thus guarenteeing me a spot on the NYT list.

Or a really really lucrative film deal. movies move books almost as much as Oprah.

Mel said...

If I had a fairy godmother, I would ask her for a job for my husband so we could pay off our credit card bills and I could buy books again. (Or free books for life. Either would work for me right now.)

-sea0tter12

harmonybookreviews said...

If I had a Fairy Godmother... I would ask for money to buy a million books.

Judi said...

I would ask my fairy godmother for my very own Edward Cullen! I've been to see the movie 4 times and he gets more gorgeous everytime. :)

Megan said...

I would ask my fairy godmother either for a super cute boyfriend (in the form of Nick Jonas perhaps) or a book deal!

Ladytink_534 said...

Oh I know! I'd ask my fairy godmother for the ability to teleport! I live two states away from my family and that 6 hour car ride two or three times a year is NOT fun.

That or to bring back Moonlight or Blood Ties :o)

Book Spot said...

Because my things might not be possible even in fairy godmother land, I have some 'or's: a blizzard here (itd need to drop a good 50 degrees, etc) or for her to fly/beam/zap me back and forth from England whenever I wanted so I could visit 2 friends of mine (so long as I never got arrested for any customs trouble :p)

TruBlu93 said...

I would ask my fairy godmother for the Hawaii state quarter. It's the only one I lack to finish my collection.

=)
TruBlu

Liviania said...

I would ask that all my applications be successful. Apply for a scholarship? Got it. Apply for a job? Got it.

The Book Muncher said...

if i had a fairy godmother, i'd ask her for all the time in the world...you can never get enough of it...to sleep, eat, read......ahh :D

Jaded Bee said...

Do we get entered twice if we already left an entry in your LJ post? If so, I want in!!! ...again...Lol.

Sena said...

I would ask my fairy godmother to make me have all the talents that I envy of others, i.e drawing :P

sena.sagani[at]gmail[dot]com

Hillary said...

I would ask for a never ending supply of Borders hot chocolate because it's amazing.

Cyndi said...

I would ask for the perfect real life romance. lol I'm a sucker for those things. :]

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