Friday 27 March 2015

From Page to Screen: The Duff by Kody Keplinger - win a Prize Pack! - UK & ROI.

As you all know, Kody Keplinger's YA hit THE DUFF is about to hit the big screen! 

To celebrate the movie release - in theaters April 6th - I have a great goody bag up for grabs with thanks to Hatchette UK.

The goody bag includes the movie-tie in version of the book along with a host of other goodies - see pic below for details.  I am loving the tote!

To be in with a chance to win just fill in the Rafflecopter form below:

Labelling is a huge issue in our society today. 
 The Duff is partnering up with Ditch the Label - a charity who are trying to overcome this.  If anyone of you are suffering with any bullying make sure you check out for advice and someone to talk to.

a Rafflecopter giveaway

The Serious Bit:
+Giveaway Open to Entrants in the UK & Republic of Ireland.
+Winners details will be supplied to Hatchette UK.
+Prize will be sent directly from Hatchette UK.
+I bear no responsibility for prizes lost or undelivered - alternative prizes will not be offered.
+This is a sponsored giveaway: please refer to T&C's for further information.


  1. I adore Mae Whitman so I can't wait to see this! I'm reading the book next week then dragging my bestie to it. Well to be fair, I don't need to drag her since, I showed her a pic of Robbie Amell lol

  2. Thank you so much for the chance to win this wonderful prize pack, I read The Duff earlier this year and it certainly ended up being my favourite read by Keplinger so far. I also loved the amount of growth that Bianca and Wesley wen through in this book, I can't wait to watch the movie!

  3. I am really excited for The Duff! The trailer looks Awesome I have heard comparisons to Mean Girls which I love. It does help Robbie Amell is in it.

    Megan @ reading away the days

  4. Thanks for the giveaway! I haven't read the book but I'm pretty excited about the movie. I watched the trailer and though it looked great.

  5. Natalie Crossan9 April 2015 at 21:18

    I'd love to win as have heard good things about it. Embarrassingly, I didn't even know it was a book until I'd seen the trailer for the movie!

  6. Jessica Paterson23 April 2015 at 20:07

    I loved this book! It touches on so many serious issues not only relatable to teens but YA and even adults in today's vicious society. Having dealt with both weight issues and autism among other mental illnesses, labels have hurt me in more ways than is explainable. Everyone is special in their own right and if we just learnt to see what's on the inside instead of what people perceive us to be from external judgments, I think we would all be surprised at who/what was right under our noses. Kody Keplinger encapsulates this perfectly.
    #proudtobedifferent #iamtheduff #everyoneissomeonesduff #nolabels #defeatbullying

    Jessica Paterson - photographer/writer


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