One of my favourite books is The Fault in our Stars, when I read it last year I connected with it on a very personal level having lost someone close to me to the same cancer, Gus, in The Fault in our Stars suffers from. It was painful for me to read but I found a way to enjoy it. That was all thanks to John Green, he found a way to write about a highly sensitive topic in a way that didn't alienate his audience or take away from the pain of the character's suffering.
He made it all feel very, very real and like I said, I connected with The Fault in our Stars on a very different and personal level. Once I finished reading, I told everyone I know to read it, with some wanting to hide it in the freezer (a nod to all the Friends fans out there), but I urged them to keep going. It is worth it.
So, when I found out a UK bookstore had signed copies, I got very excited and fangirled. Once I calmed down (okay, I admit it, only a tiny bit), I knew I just had to get myself a copy and also a copy to share with one of my lovely readers. So, I have one signed copy of The Fault in our Stars to giveaway:
The giveaway runs until 12:00AM (GMT) on 9th November 2013, once it's closed I will pick one winner at random and contact them via email to let them know they have won. This giveaway is open internationally and if I do not receive a response from the winner within 48 hours a further winner will be picked.
All you need to do is follow the steps in the rafflecopter at the bottom of the post. And finally: GOOD LUCK!