*VOTING CLOSED* I can't believe it's the last day of the Month-Long Weirdathon!! It's been so much fun thanks to all of you who have been participating. If you haven't entered the giveaway yet, do so here! If you have, be sure to check again anyway in case there are any achievements you can turn in.
It's time to vote on our Twitter pitch contest. All throughout the month, participants have been tweeting great book recs with the hashtag #weirdathon (it's worth perusing). I've picked the top 5 weird book pitches and now you get to vote on which pitch is the most intriguing!
You have until tomorrow (April 1) at 6 AM CST to vote for which tweet wins the weird e-book bundle. Tomorrow there will be a quick post with this winner, the giveaway winner, and the instagram winner!
Mysterious voices on the radio, marionette-like salesgirls, and an escaped reptile-man. Only on pg 20. #Weirdathonhttps://t.co/6llf6hGK2b— Katherine Nabity (@Katen) March 1, 2016
First #Weirdathon read done! Alain Mananckou's Memoirs of a Porcupine features an animal double, a porcupine narrator & murders @amabanckou— olduvai (@olduvai) March 3, 2016
A skull moon, hamsters the size of bears, and a boy who needs to get to the White City or he'll have been dead for five years... #weirdathon— Novalynda Black (@NovalyndaBlack) March 7, 2016
SLICE OF CHERRY by Dia Reeves is a solid #Weirdathon pick, y'all. Teenage serial killers in a town filled with portals & monsters.— Memory Scarlett (@xicanti) March 11, 2016
The End of Mr. Y - PhD student travels through consciousness and time with help from a cursed book and a mouse god #Weirdathon book pitch— Jaleenajo (@beachesnbooks1) March 23, 2016