Mind Games: giveaways, giveaways, and MORE giveaways! And introducing my vlog

That was my very first Vlog, where I talk about all the Mind Games giveaways, how to ask questions I'll answer in my Vlog, and where public signing events will be taking place soon!

This giveaway has now closed.

The winners are listed below, and I've emailed them at the address they've given when they entered. 

One of the email addresses didn't work - Maria, please contact me!

 

 

To win one of FIVE signed proofs of Mind Games from my website, please enter with the Rafflecopter, below.

This is open internationally.

The edition to be won is the UK Orchard Books proof copy.

It is open for three weeks.


Please tell your friends about Mind Games & these giveaways:

I couldn't include this as ways to enter, as there isn't anyway for me to check if it is done. But it would be very much appreciated if you do!

To win an invitation to my book launch in Oxford, visit the blog linked below to find out more and enter:

To win an invitation to my book launch, go here.

 

More signed copies can be won on Goodreads:

Goodreads Book Giveaway

Mind Games by Teri Terry

Mind Games

by Teri Terry

Giveaway ends February 26, 2015.

See the giveaway details at Goodreads.

Enter to win

Even more copies can be won on Books With Bite!

Link to giveaway coming soon.

 

Don't forget: in your comment below, tell me what kind of books you like to read! (I call this research). 


Thank you for taking part, and good luck.



This giveaway has now closed.

Comments: 50 (Discussion closed)
  • #50

    FLUFFSTER2.0H.S (Monday, 02 March 2015 08:09)

    Hi Teri. I just wanted to know where you got the character names from for the Mind Games!

  • #49

    teriterry (Tuesday, 17 February 2015 07:43)

    This giveaway has now closed. Thanks to everyone who entered, and for all the lovely (and very interesting!) comments.

  • #48

    Mariana Silva Coelho (Sunday, 15 February 2015 23:23)

    I love romance, action, suspense. I hope this book a hit as "Slated" !!! kisses from Brazil

  • #47

    Maria Oldham (Sunday, 15 February 2015 13:54)

    I read your slated trilogy in 2 days so they are definitely books I love lol. I work in a high school library so I read a large variety of books, often I am reading them for age suitability to decide which year groups can borrow them, it make a nice change when I do this and I find not only did I enjoy the book but I LOVED it and want to read more by the same author. I like books with a gripping story and character I can relate to genre is no so important. Unnecessary bad language or graphic sexual scenes especially when characters are young annoy me as they can change a book from being one I can highly recommend pupils to purchase into a no go territory. (Slated has it just right gripping enough for the older pupils with hints of more without containing any that would cause me to have to restrict who I could recommend it to :) )

  • #46

    Sabrina Glud (Sunday, 15 February 2015 13:00)

    A well written book! I like fantasy and dystopia most! Interesting characters, exciting plot, good writing and so on makes all the difference in a book!
    Your Slated trilogy is one of my favourite dystopias

  • #45

    Lydia (Sunday, 15 February 2015 12:44)

    I'm definitely all about fantasy in general, but I try not to limit myself by genre because some of my favourite books have been ones I've not expected to like. Right now though, I am mostly into dystopias though, there's just something really intriguing about them, that I can't quite put my finger on!

  • #44

    Ellie Lemke (Sunday, 15 February 2015 11:13)

    For some strange reason, I like dystopian books the best, it reminds me the world could be worse!

  • #43

    Catherine (Sunday, 15 February 2015 11:11)

    I just LOVE your books!!! I'm so excited for this give away!!!!!

  • #42

    Keryl Wood (Friday, 13 February 2015 12:54)

    Loved reading your books.. I love distopian novels and best of all well constructed ones.. :) great job and so looking forward to reading more..

  • #41

    Sarah PetrovaFire (Friday, 13 February 2015 00:22)

    Hello Teri,

    I really love Sci-Fi books like your Slated-Trilogie and Fantasy books about Queens or girls who want to gain power.

    Greetings from Germany
    Sarah

  • #40

    Courtney Carter (Thursday, 12 February 2015 23:38)

    Hey! So great that your starting a vlog! You should get onto you tube with it and join the book tube community!

  • #39

    Victoria Davis (Thursday, 12 February 2015 22:47)

    Currently I love dystopian novels and also books on angels and vampires

  • #38

    shona (Thursday, 12 February 2015 20:39)

    I had just decided to pick up slated as it sounded like similar books I had read before, it had tension, excitement, adventure & suspense. I was glad to have read it, I would wait forever until the next books were out, & when they were I was disappointed. I will read any kind of book given to me or challenged to as books are what keep me going.

  • #37

    Maya (Thursday, 12 February 2015 19:12)

    I picked up Slated rather randomly while I was browsing WHSmith around Christmas time and found in the premise to be slightly interesting. I started reading it a few weeks back and I was just hooked and am now waiting for the others in the series to arrive. YA really is my weakness to be honest. Probably because I am 16? Anything in the YA genre really just interests me especially Dystopian/Post-Apocalypse.

  • #36

    Phoebe (Thursday, 12 February 2015 11:00)

    I finished Shattered last night, and I'm currently experiencing the bookworm blues. I fell in love with the Slated Trilogy from the first few pages, it is one of my favourite series, and I read a lot, like a couple of books a week. My favourite kind of book is one with a well developed mystery, a bit of romance and 3D characters, the genre isn't really the main thing for me. I am also a lover of series and have read multiple over the years, but Slated is definitely up the top! I loved your style of writing and thought Slated was really well crafted and everything fit perfectly into place! I am super excited for the release of Mind Games, it would be a bonus to be able to win a copy, but I'll be reading it anyway!

  • #35

    Ellie Mackereth (Thursday, 12 February 2015 01:56)

    I absolutey loved reading the Slated trilogy and I can't wait to read more books from you, starting with Mind Games! Recently I have been sharing all my books with two of my friends (Yes, slated was the favorite for all of us) and it got me thinking about what kind of books I like to read and it seems that all the books I really get into are dystopian; about a world and society where its all about keeping up the appearance of peace and harmony, when in fact, morals and values have been compromised to keep this appearance.

  • #34

    Jules (Thursday, 12 February 2015 01:23)

    I went to see your book signing event in Edinburgh with my school whenot Slated first came out. I got my copy signed and I absolutely love it. I have my friends hooked on the series and I can't wait to read the last book!I'm in love with YA books just now and I particularly like anything dystopian.

  • #33

    marcie (Wednesday, 11 February 2015 19:19)

    I adore your books and started a craze in my group of friends at school about the "Slated" series. As a young adult (15) I read different books to the majority of my age group. To be honest I will read anything I can get my hands on but to have a soft spot for period drama (Tudors are my favourite and history is my passion), plays such as the Crucible are major inspiration for my own writing but I also love anything odd or not of the popular nature of todays reading. I also love classics and anything dystopian :)

  • #32

    Linda Rumsey (Monday, 09 February 2015 23:39)

    I read all sorts. Thrillers, YA, Historical depending on my mood. Looking forward to reading Mind Games!

  • #31

    Charnell (Monday, 09 February 2015 19:38)

    I used to read a balanced mix of adult and young adult book. But now I mostly read YA, about 90-95% YA. My favourite genres within that are probably fantasy, contemporary and dystopian. But I like to read a mix of everything.

  • #30

    Kerry (Monday, 09 February 2015 19:25)

    Can't wait for this book. And I love reading anything young adult :)

  • #29

    Adelle (Thursday, 05 February 2015 13:42)

    I'm so, so excited for the release of Mind Games!!! If the book is anything like the Slated Trilogy, no doubt I'll have it read by the end of the day :) I love mystery, crime, dystopian, sci-fi and action books but above all my favourite genre is adventure.

  • #28

    Paige (Tuesday, 03 February 2015 23:44)

    My perfect book can pretty much be summed up in your Slated series-- I absolutely loved it! It was so engaging. I like books that are original, descriptive, and imaginative without going over the top. That usually includes mysteries, fantasy, and dystopian novels (sometimes with a bit of romance). I *cannot* wait until MInd Games comes out. I've been counting down the days!

  • #27

    Rastislav (Tuesday, 03 February 2015 18:40)

    For me as a reader it doesn't matter what genre the book is written in. What matter is the feeling I have while reading the book and how great the characters are. Especialy the main character. Plus it's really important for the book to have a plot twist... and I love long stories (series), but not too long. I think a thrilogy is perfect. Slated trilogy has all of this, thats why it's my favorite series that I've read... Cannot wait for Mind Games. Those two chapters you have released were just amazing!

  • #26

    Michelle Eckerle (Tuesday, 03 February 2015 18:31)

    I love reading all types of books, but my favorite are dystopian and mystery/fantasy. I was a little obsessed with the Slated trilogy and was so excited to hear about Mind Games! I enjoy authors such as, Amanda Hocking, Veronica Roth, and Michelle Hodkin.

  • #25

    rjtmisti // Becca Tizzard (Tuesday, 03 February 2015 16:57)

    I love dystopian, fantasy, sci-fi, and action/adventure type books :) Thankyou for the giveaway opportunity!

  • #24

    Kyla (Monday, 02 February 2015 12:02)

    I like Young Adult contemporaries and mystery thrillers above all but I do enjoy reading sci-fi and dystopian novels. I'm really looking forward to read your books! ;)

  • #23

    Diya (Friday, 30 January 2015 21:16)

    I absolutely love sci-fi and dystopian books, they keep you on edge and always full of action, and this leads to one of the reasons why I fell in love with your books but not only that but with the unique and intriguing idea :)

  • #22

    Kara (Friday, 30 January 2015 11:15)

    I LOVE UKYA and mum just got me tickets for the Brum event in 4 weeks, would love to see you there too. I used to mainly enjoy thrillers but have recently tried several other kinds and loved so now I keep an open mind re genre and just go by the cover and blurb for pick-up and read appeal - LOVE your shiny cover, with Horus vibe too

  • #21

    Hadley Garrett (Thursday, 29 January 2015 15:25)

    I love to read dystopian and si-fi and love stories! I enjoy almost any book, as long as its fiction!

  • #20

    Fatima AlFarhan (Wednesday, 28 January 2015 17:39)

    I really enjoy YA's that are sci-fi and dystopian. I was recommended the Slated series and i'm so happy I got my hands on them! One of my favorites reads. Now i'm looking forward for Mind Games!

  • #19

    slatedlover2409 (Wednesday, 28 January 2015 16:23)

    I love your books and many dystophien books! One time I want to be also an author your books have inspire me to this. I am from germany and I am so extreamly exicted to read mindgame!!!!!

  • #18

    Eva (Wednesday, 28 January 2015 15:02)

    I love your slated trilogy. And its the first series i loved and read it so fast. It makes me loving to read. its very thrilling just like watching a movie. All the book endings are such a cliff hanger. I just cant imagine how could you even think of a story like this, a girl with 5 names, WOW.I really enjoy reading horror,confusing,logical,romance books like the slated trilogy. Hope you write more trenmedous books. Thank you.

  • #17

    Daniel (Wednesday, 28 January 2015 13:07)

    Can't wait for this to come out! It sounds awesome! Thanks for the giveaway!

  • #16

    Kate (Wednesday, 28 January 2015 11:22)

    Great vlog! So excited for this book :D

  • #15

    Maria (Wednesday, 28 January 2015 09:28)

    Thanks for the giveaway!

  • #14

    Hannah (Wednesday, 28 January 2015 08:35)

    This is so exciting

  • #13

    Audrey Lockhart (Wednesday, 28 January 2015 03:58)

    The Slated series was one of my all time favorites series, and I'm looking forwards to Mind Games! I usually read YA, but will read nearly anything besides sappy romance. Horror and dystopians are my favorites.

  • #12

    Andrea Chettle (Wednesday, 28 January 2015 00:07)

    I really love to read children and YA fantasy and science fiction I love dystopian stories too I have read every Terry Pratchett book and always will and...I've just realised this is going to be a very long list

  • #11

    Michelle (Tuesday, 27 January 2015 23:24)

    I read a wide range, but i do love YA.. plus lots of SF at the momet.

  • #10

    Alaina (Tuesday, 27 January 2015 22:44)

    This book sounds absolutely AWESOME!!! Cant wait until it comes out. I personally LOVE books about the supernatural (vampires, werewolves, faeries etc.) but I also enjoy contemporary, paranormal, dystopian and sci-fi too. Honestly, I have no idea where I would be without books!

  • #9

    Jenni Foale (Tuesday, 27 January 2015 19:40)

    I cannot wait to read this! Such a massive fan of Slated (have my signed copy by my bed :D) so I know it's going to be great!

  • #8

    Nicole @ Nicole's Novel Reads (Tuesday, 27 January 2015 16:25)

    It sounds amazing! I love the Slated Trilogy and I am looking forward to reading Mind Games. I am a big fan of dystopian, paranormal romance, historical fiction and contemporary.

  • #7

    Sarah-Jane Ford (Tuesday, 27 January 2015 15:19)

    I'm an avid reader of any type of book. I can fall for a romance or be sucked into a thriller. Wherever I can find a book that catches my eye, by the next day I will have it in my book collection and won't put it down till it is finished.

  • #6

    Natacha Germán (Tuesday, 27 January 2015 11:05)

    I try to read all kinds of books because you can find so many different things out there that I don't want to miss any of it. But, if I could only read one kind of books for the rest of my life, I think I'd choose YA/NA books. Even better if there's a bit of science fiction/fantasy in it... :)

    (Also, very nice vlog you did there! ;))

  • #5

    Beatriz Coelho (Tuesday, 27 January 2015 01:37)

    And people who do not speak English, what happens? hahaha google translator is of great value in these times
    The Brazilian site "slated" was very no news, but you decided to post very same! We are happy with it and with the new book!
    Congratulations and good luck to all and thank you for everything (: kisses from your fans of Brazil :***

  • #4

    Leanne Lunn (Tuesday, 27 January 2015 00:36)

    I love all kinds of books as long as it has a great storyline

  • #3

    Tine (Monday, 26 January 2015 16:27)

    I love reading dystopian books, like slated ❤, books about love and fantasy. Thanks that the give away is internationally!

  • #2

    karin (Monday, 26 January 2015 11:09)

    i love reading dystopian books , contemporary romance books and historical fiction ya books :)

  • #1

    Kat Ellis (Monday, 26 January 2015 10:59)

    great vlog! Great glasses, too ;) I love reading all kinds of books, and lately I've been catching up on some great UKYA novels and YA horror in particular. There's a series called Red Eye that has just come out, and I'm enjoying those books.

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Who is the Slated trilogy cover girl? Meet Hayley here, and find out what it is like to be on a book cover.

Books of Lies has been short listed for the Lancashire Book of the Year, the Redbridge Book Award, and the North East Teen Book of Award.

 

Mind Games won the Portsmouth Book Award! It also won the SCBWI Crystal Kite for the British Isles, and was runner-up in the Oxfordshire Book Award. It is short listed for the Sussex Coast Schools Amazing Book Award,  the Staffordshire Book Award, and the Wirral Paperback of the Year.

 Mind Games is nominated for the Carnegie medal!

 

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Teri Terry's books on Goodreads
Slated Slated (Slated, #1)
reviews: 1284
ratings: 9311 (avg rating 4.05)

Fractured Fractured (Slated, #2)
reviews: 461
ratings: 3681 (avg rating 4.14)

Shattered Shattered (Slated, #3)
reviews: 271
ratings: 1793 (avg rating 4.24)

Mind Games Mind Games
reviews: 1
ratings: 8 (avg rating 4.62)