Kindle Fire Giveaway – Plus ebooks from the Kilenya Series

In Celebration of the release of The Golden Symbol, the last book in the Kilenya Series, author Andrea Pearson is giving away a Kindle Fire HD and eBooks 2-6 in the series. Are you asking what happened to the first book? Well, that is FREE until January 18th and the second book, The Ember Gods, is only 99 cents until January 18th as well. What a score! Head over and download your free copy of the first book, The Key of Kilenya, now.
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Now for the giveaway

This Giveaway is open to US Residents Only. 18+ or older. This giveaways ends January 18th at Midnight EST. The winner will be chosen and given 24 hours to respond VIA EMAIL. If no response is given another winner will be chosen. I am not responsible for prize fulfillment or shipping mishaps. KINDLE FIRE HD is what you will win along with eBooks 2-6 from the Kilenya Series. Don’t forget to download the first book listed above for free. After January 18th, it’ll go back up in price.
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  1. Lucy says

    I tend to prefer reading physical books more simply because I like to relax in a hot bath with a book and don’t want to worry about damaging a device.

  2. Barb H says

    I read ebooks more simply for the fact that they are more accessible and I can keep all of my books in one place!

  3. Debra Kay Neiman says

    I read physical books more than e-books, although I am starting to read on my computer with Amazon Kindle cloud. Maybe my children will buy me a Kindle. I listen to tons of books on my Apple Classic IPOD per Audible. Happy New Year from Oklahoma, USA. crystalbluern at onlineok dot com

  4. Dwayne Berry says

    I like to have an actual book in my hands when I read. I do a lot of my reading in the break room at work.

  5. tina says

    I have not tried e books yet, I still read the old fashioned way with a paper book but I am wanting to try electronic I just haven’t done that yet. I hope everyone has a Happy New Year!

  6. Ken Haggerty says

    I would read them equally as often, but with failing eyesight, I resort to an e-reader more (as I can vary the type size to suit).

  7. Terri Egelund says

    I read physical books because I don’t have an ereader. I would read ebooks if I had what is needed to do it.

  8. Jenny says

    I read more physical books at the moment, but if I won this that might change! I would love to have a kindle!

  9. Jacob LaFountaine says

    I like physical books better. They are cheaper, more fun to find and I don’t have to worry about the battery running out on me

  10. John Stetson says

    Although I didn’t think that I’d like a Kindle, when I received one as a gift I discovered that I enjoyed reading ebooks so that’s all I read now.

  11. Pat B says

    I read mostly ebooks now – said for several years I didn’t see how anyone would prefer ebooks over physical but I’m a convert

  12. Becky says

    I think I read physical books more….not for lack of trying to read and e-book , but the kids always have our e-reader.

  13. Barb says

    I read physical and ebooks. I love hardcover books because I can refer back to them and also give them to friends and family. I enjoy ebooks because they are so portable and I think that not knowing what you are reading drives other people crazy!

  14. Christina Y. says

    I read physical books more because I don’t a Kindle. But I feel that if I had a Kindle, it would make it much more convenient for me to bring my books with me on my train rides.

  15. Teresa W. says

    For me it’s ebooks. But I buy regular books for my six year old son. The art is just prettier in a paper picture book.

  16. Lori says

    Nice to be able to carry around 100s/1000s of books around all at once! Hard to beat that, but I do love the tactile part of physical books – can’t wait for the day when they can truly combine the two!

  17. says

    I read paper book, but I would like to get a Kindle for when my baby arrives (I’m 15 weeks pregnant now). I’d love to be able to read while nursing, but it think it would be a difficult balancing act to try to read a paper book. An e-reader will just make more sense for me.

  18. susan smoaks says

    i like to read ebooks but i need a new reader. i am tony l smoaks on rafflecopter. so now i just read physical books.

  19. Rachael G. says

    I read physical books because I don’t have a kindle, and it’s hard to read ebooks on my phone.

    I would love a kindle though, I could use my amazon prime to loan ebooks plus buy all the books on my to-read lost from the comfort of my home!

  20. Diana Smith Hill says

    I have read e books on my friends ipad, but since I don’t have my own kindle I tend to read physical books. If I had a kindle I would read ebooks because my library is too big for my space! Would be great to go eco friendly E-BOOK! :)

  21. Kevin says

    I read physical books more often.

    That said, I do download a TON of books onto my wife’s Kindle Fire, but since she always has it in her hands, I have trouble reading what I download.

  22. Lyndi Malarchuk says

    Depends on the book. I work in a 2nd hand shop, so if an interesting book comes in, I’ll get it and read it. If there is a specific title that I want, I get the eBook so I can read it immediately! I can’t wait around until I have time to actually go to the bookstore.

  23. Sarah S says

    I usually read physical books. It would be nice to have a Kindle for traveling, when packing a lot of books would be impractical.

  24. heather c says

    I switch from physical to ebooks, but I’ve been directed to get rid of physical books this year, so I’m concentrating on physical. :-)

  25. Beverly Metcalf says

    It’s Physical books because I don’t have a kindle to read the ebooks with. Thanks for having this contest.

  26. Tim Moss says

    I really don’t read books at the moment; work all the time. But if I had to choose it would be traditional books.

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