#LookingForShadow GIVEAWAY (intl)

#LookingForShadow GIVEAWAY (intl)

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Hey there,

It’s my birthday and I have a gift for you: a chance to win a copy of Graffiti Moon by Cath Crowley.

Let’s search for Shadow around the world!
I’ve been looking for him in Marbella, but as you can see from my picture, it doesn’t look like he was the artist behind this graffiti. So I need your help to find him for me.

What do you need to do?

  1. Take a picture of a graffiti that you like (it’s your choice if you want to be part of the picture or not; I would appreciate creativity though).
  2. Post it on your Instagram / Facebook profile with the #LookingForShadow tag in the description, and also mention that it is for a contest held by Reading After Midnight.
  3. Let me know in the comments section of my instagram/ facebook post where did you search for him (if you add it here it still works, just please send me the link to it too).

Enter the contest on Instagram here. Enter it on Facebook here.

NOTE: The contest is international, as long as BookDepository ships to your country AND you are a follower of my instagram or facebook account (depending where you enter the contest). Romanian readers have the option to choose between the English edition or the translated one. The contest will run for 30 days starting now, both on Instagram and Facebook (for more chances to win you can enter them both).

Liking and sharing the contest would be welcome, but it is not mandatory.

Good luck!

Book description:

“Let me make it in time. Let me meet Shadow. The guy who paints in the dark. Paints birds trapped on brick walls and people lost in ghost forests. Paints guys with grass growing from their hearts and girls with buzzing lawn mowers.”
It’s the end of Year 12. Lucy’s looking for Shadow, the graffiti artist everyone talks about.
His work is all over the city, but he is nowhere.
Ed, the last guy she wants to see at the moment, says he knows where to find him. He takes Lucy on an all-night search to places where Shadow’s thoughts about heartbreak and escape echo around the city walls.
But the one thing Lucy can’t see is the one thing that’s right before her eyes.

Behind the scene: Yup, that’s how parents go looking for fictional characters, with a kid by their side :))

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