A Song for the Stars will release on April 2, and I couldn’t be more excited. To celebrate, I want to give everyone who pre-orders the book a Hawaiian temporary tattoo, a vintage James Cook stamp replica depicting one of the scenes from the book, and an autographed bookplate (while supplies last). Two lucky readers who pre-order will also be chosen randomly to receive a reversible booksleeve made by wordsandgeekery and a handmade eyelash yarn lei.
To enter, pre-order A Song for the Stars by 11:59pm MT on April 1, 2018 (no joke!) and fill out the form below.
Remember, any edition counts (paperback, e-book, or audio) and you can purchase it from your favorite bookseller by clicking the following links: Indiebound, Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Books a Million, Deseret Book. Open to US residents ages 13+. By entering, you confirm you are 13 or older and give Ilima Todd permission to contact you via email (if necessary) and mail you your prizes. For every valid entry, while supplies last, the contestant will be mailed the following: one temporary tattoo, one stamp replica, and one autographed bookplate. Booksleeve and lei winners will be chosen on or after April 2, 2018.
Click links below to purchase. Available as hardcovers, paperbacks, audio books, and e-books.
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Ilima Todd was born and raised on the north shore of Oahu and dives for octopus with her dad every time she visits–otherwise she’s diving into books in the Rocky Mountains where she lives with her husband and four children. She graduated from BYU with a degree in physics and eats copious amounts of raw fish and avocados without regret. But mostly she loves being a wife and mama and wouldn’t trade that job for anything in the world.