ARC Giveaway Day 5 – International!

The winner for Thursday is:

Hayley G.

Thank you everyone who entered!

(The comments yesterday about second chances were so great! Thank you all for sharing your thoughts with me!)

I have been promising an international giveaway all summer, and now IT’S TIME!

Saturday’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! I don’t want anyone outside North America to miss out on all the good stuff, so I’m throwing it all in one last time! Happy entering!

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30 thoughts on “ARC Giveaway Day 5 – International!

  1. I have. I chose to take a chance on writing and hold off med school for a few years. Now I have an agent and am going on submission soon so I’d say the choice paid off!

  2. Oh, I’m practically salivating when I see the awesome prizes! <3 Thank you for making this awesome giveaway international, Emily! :)

    I think everyone have made important changes that turn direction of their lives, in some points of their lives. :) For me, it may be the moment I decided my university major. If I chose different major, my life would be entirely different. I like the way I am right now, although sometimes I do wonder what would be happening if I pursued different dream. x) Well, I guess we just have to make the best of what we have right now, right? x)

    Aww, sorry that my answer turns into slightly long comment! x) <3

  3. I chose to pursue a Master’s degree in Journalism right after graduating from college instead of getting a job immediately. It was a life-changing experience because I’m learning new things everyday and I get to write a lot which I really enjoy. I grew to love writing more and I’m happy that I have improved a lot. If I chose to work right away, I wouldn’t get the chance to study at my dream school and most of all, I wouldn’t be able to discover what my true passion is. :)

  4. I have made choices that have changed my life, but not in a dramatic way. I believe once I grow older I will make bigger choices that will change my life forever.

  5. Choosing to do homeschooling changed my life. I’ll never have the same highschool memories and experience but for now, with my health being the way it is, that’s the only way. But to end on a happy note, I probably would never have started blogging if I hadn’t had more time on my hands, so that’s a plus. I’d be lost without my blogging peeps! <3

  6. Lots of choices have changed my whole life but the one that pops up first is deciding to work for my friend’s mom after high school. She owned a daycare and I thought it would be a nice job before I started college but it ended up deciding what kind of career I wanted, working with children.

    Thanks for the giveaway! :)

  7. An interesting question…I think choosing to attend a junior college for three years before finally (now) attending a four-year university changed my life. It gave me to opportunity to explore multiple options by taking classes I normally wouldn’t have, earn a couple AA degrees, learn more than I anticipated, and it really changed the person that I am for the better.

  8. I don’t think I’ve ever made that big of a decision that forever changed my life. I think for me my chance to do so is coming up next year once I graduate from university. At this point I’m thinking of pursuing something completely opposite to my chem degree so that would be a life-changing decision for me.

  9. I guess since I’m still young I haven’t made any HUGE decisions however I have recently chosen to get healthier which even though it’s still the beginning is making me feel better about myself.

  10. I probably have, but I try not to think about that kind of stuff–it kind of freaks me out, the future and permanence!

    However, I would say that I decision I made my freshman year of high school changed me. When classes were full and they asked who would be willing to switch to a different one, I said I would. I got placed in a class where I was able to be a part of FFA and where I met the best teacher and one of the coolest people ever. That was a great decision.

    Thanks for the giveaway!

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