Friday, January 18, 2013

Giveaway: Signed ARC of Keeper of the Black Stones

Keeper of the Black Stones
By: P.T. McHugh
Release Date: February 26, 2013
"Awkward in his own skin, shy around girls and worried about anything and everything, Jason Evans is just like a million other teenage boys in high school, with one very large exception: he has been given a gift that allows him to jump through time. A set of stones has fallen into his lap that gives him access to any place - and any time - that he chooses. But along with that gift comes the responsibility of stopping the man who is using those very stones to travel through time and change history for his own purposes. A man who is now holding Jason's grandfather hostage, and threatening the world's very existence. Jumping through time with his best friend and body guard, Jason must enter the world of Medieval England, learn its customs, navigate unimaginable danger, and help Henry VII win the Battle of Bosworth, in the name of finding his grandfather, rescuing a beautiful girl from the clutches of a corrupt church, and destroying the one man who pledges to turn history inside out" (Summary from
First place winner will receive a ARC of Keeper of the Black Stones signed by P.T. McHugh and a signed bookmark. A second and third place winner will each receive one signed bookmark. Giveaway is open to US residents. To enter just fill out the rafflecopter form below. Good Luck! :)
*Thank you Glass House Press for providing the ARC and bookmarks for the giveaway!


  1. Thank you for the chance to win! I can't wait to read it!

    1. And if I could jump through time I would go forward 100 years... the past is known... the present day we see... tomorrow is the mystery :D

  2. Ooooohhhh Awesome giveaway :) and If I could jump through time I would go to the past, just to see what it was like over 100 years ago. But going forward would also be awesome! To see how the future would be :)

  3. Thanks for the giveaway! I would like to see what it was like in the 1920's.

  4. This sounds like an interesting book. I haven't heard of it before.

  5. I would go to Ancient Greece or the 1800s Italy


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