Obviously, we are ALL winners for participating and showing our love for weird books during the month-long weirdathon. I just can't supply prizes to ALL of you winners out there. So let's all congratulate some select eclectic readers below! Thank you everybody for reading along, tweeting, debating, and showing us weird book covers!!
TWITTER PITCH WINNER
Novalynda Black wins the weird book pitch contest by popular vote!! She gets the Outlandish Ebook Bundle curated by yours truly. Novalynda, tell us what book this is!!!
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
For the best, most bizarre book cover found this month: Heather from Bits & Books, who will receive a book worth $15 or under from Book Depository!! Thanks for bringing this book into our lives.
The other prize of a book worth $15 or less from Book Depository is Rachel D.!! She read Three Bags Full by Leonie Swan, giving her the winning "book with a talking animal" achievement.
WEEKLY WEIRDATHON WINNERS
If you haven't checked them out yet, we have the following winners of the debates throughout the month. They got the Outlandish Ebook Bundle!
Sal of Motion Sick Lit // The People of Paper by Salvador Plascencia
Heather of Based on a True Story // Atomik Aztex by Sesshu Foster
Katie of Bookish Tendencies // You Too Can Have a Body Like Mine by Alexandra Kleeman
Shaina of Shaina Reads // The Wasp Factory by Iain Banks
Kerry of Entomology of a Bookworm // The Library at Mount Char by Paul Hawkins
If you're a prize winner, you'll get an email from me by the end of the day! The final wrap up and link up post for #weirdathon will be up tomorrow.