Giveaway: Love and Leftovers




Enter to win a LOVE AND LEFTOVERS prize pack

from Sarah Tregay!

My wish is to fall cranium over Converse in dizzy, daydream-worthy love. (If only it were that easy.)

When her parents split, Marcie is dragged from Idaho to a family summerhouse in New Hampshire. She leaves behind her friends, a group of freaks and geeks called the Leftovers, including her emo-rocker boyfriend, and her father.

By the time Labor Day rolls around, Marcie suspects this “vacation” has become permanent.

She starts at a new school where a cute boy brings her breakfast and a new romance heats up. But understanding love, especially when you’ve watched your parents’ affections end, is elusive. What does it feel like, really? Can you even know it until you’ve lost it?

Love and Leftovers is a beautifully written story of one girl’s journey navigating family, friends, and love, and a compelling and sexy read that teens will gobble up whole.


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One winner with a US mailing address will win a signed copy of Love and Leftovers + a bookmark and necklace with guitar pick and charm!

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72 thoughts on “Giveaway: Love and Leftovers”

  1. Brittany Avelar says:

    I have never read a novel in verse but Definatly will give it a shot now!(:

  2. Mera Sampson says:

    I’m reading Glimpse by Carol Lynch Williams now but I’m not into it very much. I do love books in verse however. I need to read the Hopkins books.
    I also just finished Jacqueline Woodson’s Locomotion. Very good.

    Back on topic though. My favorite is hard to decide but it’s definitely one of the verse novels by Sonya Sones. Her books hold the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place for verse for me. 🙂

  3. Jennifer L says:

    Read Beowulf for a class. Pretty good once I understood what was happening.

  4. Carrie says:

    Any of Ellen Hopkins books. She’s the first person I read do that. Didn’t even know you could make a book like that.

  5. aoife says:

    My favourite would have to be Crank by Ellen Hopkins. It is brilliant.

  6. Whitney says:

    Burned by Ellen Hopkins

  7. Sarah Tregay says:

    A novel in verse is a story told in a series of poems. The poems connect to tell the story.

  8. Katlyn Bowman says:

    I’ve never read one.

  9. Holly Letson says:

    Never read one. Just have not bought one.

  10. Kassandra says:

    My favorite verse novel is The Day Before by Lisa Schroeder.

  11. LaTisha says:

    The Odyssey and Iliad (cannot decide 🙂 ) Current books in verse unsure which would actually be my favorite

  12. Lesly says:

    The book I have read in verse that I really enjoyed was “What My Mother Doesn’t Know” Sonya Sones. It was really good. There is two verses that I loved so much that I [i]had[/i] to wite them down.

  13. Rabiah says:

    I’ve read some and I really love The Day Before by Lisa Shroeder, May B. by Caroline Rose Starr and Impulse by Ellen Hopkins 🙂 Thanks for the amazing giveaway! 😀

  14. Stacy says:

    I don’t think I’ve ever read one.

  15. lisa says:

    I have actually never read a verse novel. Funny timing though…I just began Stasia Ward Kehoe’s AUDITION yesterday! I’m not too far in, but I am enjoying it so far.

  16. Hidalgelis says:

    I read One Lonely Degree by Lisa Schroeder ( which was awesome, I have a book review in my blog)

    I have to say that I felt really stupid at first because I received this book in my mail for a book review and when I opened it I though why did they send me a poem book so the book stayed in my shelf for like a week, and then I decided to look it up what it was about and I found out it really wasn’t a “poem book” it was actually and awesome book with just a different way of writing which I absolutely loved. i never imagined a book could have been written in verse, but I absolutely love it !

  17. alexandra r says:

    I have not!

  18. alexandra r says:

    I have not yet!

  19. Tia says:

    I love the Ellen Hopkins books. Simply the best, in my opinion.

  20. Georgia Parker says:

    I love the idea of a book in verse! I am excited to read this one and share it with my students! Thanks

  21. Erika says:

    I,ve never read a book in verse because I’ve never come across to one.

  22. Georgia Parker says:

    The Braid by Helen Frost

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