February 1, 2011

Welcome to I Heart Lois Duncan Month!

When I was in middle school (or somewhere around there), I read this book that had me hanging on the edge of my seat.  It was unlike anything I had ever read before.  I never knew stories like that were out there.  That book: Daughters of Eve.  I then hunted down and read every other book by the author, Lois Duncan, that I could.  They included:

Time and time again she drew me into a world that held me breathless and amazed.  I read and reread them.  They were magic for me.  Well at KidLit Con this past October I attended a session on blogging the backlist and books/authors we just loved.  Lois Duncan immediately came to mind, and I knew I had to take time to celebrate her work.

Here's what to expect over the month:
Reviews by me of her books
Guest reviews by some great other bloggers
A Lois Duncan Giveaway
A look at what she's writing now

The Giveaway

We'll kick the month off right now with the giveaway.  If you love Lois Duncan and want to reread some books or if you've never read a book by her - this is your chance.  I'll be giving away 2 Lois Duncan Books of the winners choice.

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  1. Even though I cant enter this competition , I just had to post as when I was about 13/14 , I went through a huge Lois Duncan phase and read every book our library had by her and I loved them all so very much . Im not sure the title of it but I loved the one about the reincarnation of Salem Witches etc.

  2. I LOVE Lois Duncan--her books sucked me in so quick in fifth and sixth grade! This is going to be a fun month!

  3. This is a fantastic giveaway. I love Lois Duncan and these books are so great. I was just looking at them in the store the other day and thought I need to reread those! Can't wait to see what is in store for the month.

  4. I remember reading Lois Duncan in grade school. I think I read SUMMER OF FEAR and I loved it-- couldn't put it down.