ARC Giveaway Day 4!

The winner for Friday is:

Maddie M.

Thank you everyone who entered!

(I am loving all of your comments, by the way. You guys are getting me so excited for release day–only 24 days away!)

Friday’s signed ARC giveaway is now open, and this time also includes: Apocalypsies swag, a glow-in-the-dark THROUGH TO YOU bracelet, *signed* THROUGH TO YOU bookmark AND jacket flap! One of everything offered so far this week! Happy entering!

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39 thoughts on “ARC Giveaway Day 4!

  1. Yes, I have wished for a second chance before (in regards to my school career—making different choices and all) and if I could, I would take it.

  2. Yes! I wish I had made a different choice in colleges and stayed where I started instead of leaving. I would definitely take a chance now, but that could just be because I’m older and know more than I did then : )

  3. there are SO many things I wish I could re-do. Although now that I look back there are some that I wouldn’t bother re-doing. Some I would though.

  4. I do wish I had a second chance at a few things, mainly regarding relationships with treasured people in my life. Sure, I’d try to change things if I could! Thanks for all the giveaways this week! I’m excited to read the book whenever I get to read it :)

  5. There are a few things I sometimes wish I would have done differently, but If I had the chance to change anything I do not think I would do so. Everything I’ve done thus far, right or wrong, has shaped me into the person that I am and I’m very happy with who I am now….Nice question, Emily!

  6. Oh my gosh, what WOULDN’T I do if I had a second chance ;) I’d probably start with high school, and work harder and be more sure of myself.

    So excited for THROUGH TO YOU!!

  7. I have wished before that I could have a second chance at some things. But I wouldn’t take those second chances now because I feel like everything I’ve done/haven’t done has made me the person I am today. =)

  8. There have been situations where I have wanted a second chance, but then I think about it and I wouldn’t want to take it. If I would have taken a second chance, then I would not have learned and experienced new situations in my life. So no, I wouldn’t take second chances in life, but I would give people a second chance in my life.

  9. I want to read THROUGH TO YOU because: of the cover, of the plot, of the characters, of the author and her dog pictures, and because your agent is Mary Kole, and both you and Mary Kole are super amazing! :) That’s why.

  10. When I was a teenager I was always wishing for do-overs on things that ranged from silly fights with friends, to particularly painful break-ups. Now that I’m older, I realize the way things happened in life are what makes you who you are, so I don’t feel like I ever really needed those do-overs :0)

  11. I mostly believe that everything that has happened leads you to where you ought to be, so I’m not much into redos. But if I were given the choice, I’d definitely take a second chance to say goodbye to someone that was important to me but I was too young at the time to appreciate the chance I had.

  12. for the longest time I believed my life would have been different if I had made a different choice with a boy… I now believe it would have been worse and not better and would not take that chance again…

  13. Answer to the question: I don’t have very many regrets but if I could do something over it would be to let my 5 year old son at the time, visit my dying grandmother. I tried to protect him and I didn’t want him to remember her sick and dying and as a result he was really upset that he never got to say goodbye. At the time, I thought I was making the right decision but now I know I was wrong to deny him those last days with his great-grandma.

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