Thursday, May 25, 2017

2017 Series Enders Reading Challenge: May Wrap Up

Time for our fifth Monthly Wrap Up for the 2017 Series Enders Reading Challenge hosted by Sandy @ Somewhere Only We Know and Holly @ Words Fueled by Love!

Since the April Wrap Up, neither Holly nor Sandy have finished any series enders.

We have a couple of announcements/reminders that we'd like to mention this month.
  1. Please make sure we have a valid email address or other means of contacting you if you choose to participate. Linking up to Goodreads is perfectly fine, but we have found that Goodreads is not a reliable source for contacting someone should you be selected as one of the monthly giveaway winners. This could be due to your Goodreads notification settings or Goodreads themselves could be at fault. We're not sure which. And since we want to make sure that everyone who is eligible for one of the giveaways will receive their prize should they win one month or the grand prize at the end of the year, it is up to you to ensure that we can contact you and that you respond within a reasonable amount of time (usually stated in the email notifying you of your winning).
  2. While the challenge and giveaways are open internationally, please make sure that you can receive e-gift cards via Amazon.com or BarnesandNoble.com. Again, we want to make sure everyone has an equal opportunity to participate and to receive the prizes. Please remember that Holly and I are funding the giveaways out of our own pockets as something that we want to do, and we would like to continue to do so.
Which series enders did you finish? Link up below. Don't forget to include the title, your name, & your blog name (Ex: Requiem - Sandy @ Somewhere Only We Know) Also, the May giveaway runs from May 25th - June 25th. On June 25th we will use random.org and the linky entries to pull a winner.




2 comments:

  1. I have a question. Would A Court of Wings and Ruin by Sarah J Maas count as a series ender? I think it would since book #4 is a spin-off but set in the same world. But I just want to check before I link it. Thanks.

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  2. Holly @ Words Fueled by LoveMay 26, 2017 at 7:48 AM

    We would agree that spin-off's are new separate series. Based on my understanding A Court of Thorns and Roses is a trilogy so yes, A Court of Wings and Ruin would count as the series ender.

    I've heard such great things about this series! I own books 1 and 2 and hope to read the series this summer.

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