Seeing Cinderella and Funky Sock Giveaway!

Last week I took time off with my family for a “staycation.” Best. Decision. Ever. We spent the week drinking hot chocolate, ice skating (never doing that again), watching movies in our pajamas, and basically just getting the chance to spend time together in a way that our busy schedules don’t usually allow.

It’s been a great start to the holiday season, and to celebrate, I’m giving away an ARC (advance reviewer copy) of Seeing Cinderella, and, since I love my cover so much, a pair of funky socks!

The Contest: To enter the contest, pick a number in between 1-225 (the number of pages in Seeing Cinderella) and leave it in a comment below. I’ll reply with a line from that page of the book and enter you in the contest. Comments will be open until midnight 12/4 PST and I’ll announce the winner on 12/5. International entries are welcome.

(The page number inspiration came from the wonderful Sarah Prineas, thanks Sarah!)

Also, if you’re not sick of me yet, Vicky at Books, Biscuits, & Tea reviewed Seeing Cinderella a couple weeks ago. You can check it out here.

Good luck!

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127 Responses to Seeing Cinderella and Funky Sock Giveaway!

  1. Page 144. Yes, those socks would look really good on me.

  2. Dawn block says:

    page 200 woowhoo I want those socks! and the book for my daughter

  3. Ryan pg 144: In image-conscious middle school Ellen was pure gold, and I felt like less than a dirty penny.
    (And I agree, you’d look great in them. They’re totally you!)

    Shannon pg 21: I took my glasses off and rubbed my eyes, certain I was headed for the loony bin.

  4. Heidi says:

    I’m tempted to say page 205, but I fear reading something from the end. How about page 176? Whether or not I win, I’m excited to get this book for my little sister. πŸ™‚

  5. Valerie Smith says:

    Page 148

  6. Heidi page 176: Super Freaky Glasses Rule #16 Don’t expect your magic glasses to figure out your own thoughts. That’s your job.

  7. Sarah Fregulia says:

    Nice review! And I choose page number 2!

  8. Val Page 148: I nodded and looked out at the multipurpose room as I as reached back in my pocket for my glasses, and slipped them on.

  9. Chris Tellez says:

    Hmmm…page 97 in honor of my son’s birth year!

  10. Sarah- Thanks! Page 2: “I don’t want glasses. People who wear glasses get made fun of.”

  11. Chris- page 97: As I neared them, I reminded myself to be nice, and not to make a big deal about anything.

  12. catladymarsha says:

    Page 225 – even though I never read the last page until the end πŸ™‚ Loved the review and can’t wait for the book(s) as I have a daughter, nieces, a grandniece and a granddaughter to buy them for. When does the next book come out?

  13. Taryn says:

    Page 16

  14. Marsha, hmmm you would choose the last page :0) Pg 225: But I told him I’m not ready for that.

    Taryn pg 16: “Outta the way, Curly,” said a boy who’d smacked into my shoulder.

  15. Jennifer Tartaglia says:

    I’m going to say page 35. I can’t wait to read it.

  16. Ana BelΓ©n says:

    Page 007!

  17. Jen, Pg 35: Now that she’d found Stacy the Golden Girl, it was like she’d forgotten about me completely.
    Ana, Pg 7: “But alas, your vision is impaired. We shall have to find a suitable solution. I’m afraid you require reading glasses.”

  18. I’d love to win this book! Those socks are awesome, and I’d have a book I could review and then gift to my lil sis!

    I choose page 156! πŸ™‚

  19. Nikki Loftin says:

    Ooh! Love the cover – and the socks. Page 11, pls.

  20. Laura Muro says:

    Page 47….and the cover is darling!

  21. Glad you like the contest format! Picking out the most resonant line from each page is fun, isn’t it?

    And your book! Were we all Callie? Except for the red hair yes–totally. It sounds wonderful.

    I choose lucky number 37.

  22. Love the socks! They’re perfect.
    Okay, pg 15.

  23. What a great idea for a giveaway! The socks are darling.

    I choose page 105.

  24. Seeing Cinderella sounds wonderful – and I love the cover! Please enter me in the giveaway.

    I choose page 92!

  25. Chamera, Pg 156: “I suppose there are those who see, and those who do not want to see.”
    Nikki, Pg 11: He opened the black case and held up what had to be the ugliest glasses in the entire world.
    Laura, Pg 47: What if my glasses had other super freaky powers I hadn’t discovered yet?

    Sarah- Thanks so much for the idea (and for letting us apocalypsies steal it!). You. Are. Awesome. Pg 37: And my super freaky magic glasses showed me she was a total liar.

    Jenny, Pg. 15: My hand closed around my glasses case and I figured if there was ever a moment when I needed to see clearly, this was it.

  26. I’m so excited about your work, Jenny. This is awesome! Let’s see… I’ll go for page 196. πŸ™‚

  27. Liz, Pg 105: So there I stood looking six-years-old, while Ellen and Stacy looked like middle school models.
    Stephanie, Pg 92: There were hushed whispers on the other line, and a bubbling laugh I was sure belonged to Stacy.

  28. Nancy says:

    Great review!! Page 137 for me πŸ™‚

  29. Mikel, Pg 196: I hugged the glass slippers to my chest; they felt slippery in my sweaty hands.
    Nancy, Pg 137: “Hey, Princess Four Eyes, could use a little help here,” Raven said, grabbing trash off the ground.

  30. nichole says:

    Fun! I pick page number 81.

  31. Lori Clover says:

    What a fun interactive way to have a giveaway! I choose page 115, I’m excited as I have a niece in mind, this would be perfect for. Thank you for sharing!!

  32. Amy says:

    Page 1… I love getting into a good book! Our girls in the youth group would be so excited to read it!

  33. Page 133 πŸ™‚ Great work Jenny!

  34. What a great idea. Page 13

  35. Nichole, Pg 81: They looked like thousands of diamonds twinkling against black velvet.
    Lori, Pg 115: I wished I could’ve put on my glasses and found out the truth.

    Amy- I was hoping someone would pick page one! Here is the very first line: Once there was a girl with hair the color of dead leaves, teeth the size of piano keys, freckles as big as polka dots, and eyes that couldn’t see squat.

    Heather, Pg 133: “I think you would be a good Cinderella.”

  36. Nicole says:

    177; what a cute contest! πŸ™‚

  37. Gary, Pg 13: Pacificview Middle School reminded me of a science experiment gone wrong.

  38. Nicci Reynolds says:

    Pg 112 Great idea for a contest!

  39. Sandra says:

    Page 15

  40. Wendy says:

    Page 36-that’s how old I am (and you too right?) now! aiya! πŸ™‚

    The book looks AWESOME friend!!!

  41. Angie Strother says:

    Page 74

  42. Lorelei Macomber says:

    page 14. I have ordered the book on Amazon. Just waiting for March to come.

  43. Megan Handy says:

    pg 225, I hate the end of a good book!

  44. Megan Handy says:

    pg 225 I hate the end of a good book!

  45. Sarah says:

    Love it-I want something form page 5-and I want the socks! πŸ™‚

  46. Emily V. says:

    Awesome giveaway! Love the socks! And I can’t wait to read your book! Page 214.

  47. lyoes says:

    I’ll guess page 48.

    • Page 48: Because the Prince, other than thinking Cinderella was totally hot (and that her glasses were totally not), didn’t have a whole lot going on upstairs, if you know what I mean.

  48. lyoes says:

    How about page 48.

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