“HAPPY” Blogiversary Celebration with Jennifer Estep


Jennifer Estep is lovely and awesome and wanted to participate in the celebration, but is up to her eyeballs in snow and deadlines and other commitments. So… she’s offering up a release day present!!! One commenter will win the latest installment in her YA series, KILLER FROST (Mythos Academy, #6).


(From JenniferEstep.com) The Mythos Academy young adult urban fantasy series focuses on Gwen Frost, a 17-year-old Gypsy girl who has the gift of psychometry, or the ability to know an object’s history just by touching it.

So… to enter to win… let me know (in the comments) what object you would like to be able to touch, and know the history of? A family heirloom? The Declaration of Independence? That vase that ends up “mysteriously” broken? A new dating prospect?? (or… maybe not, lol) What would YOU like to get your hands on??

**Be sure to check out all of the other “HAPPY” posts from guest authors during this week’s blogiversary!!  Click HERE for the Kickoff Post with the full list of participating authors and guest post links. ALL giveaways will be open for the entire week, winners will be chosen and notified on Sunday, March 2nd. Thanks for helping us celebrate!!**


  1. Comment by Breana M.:

    I’d want to see the history of the Declaration of Independence or any historical document as a matter of fact. I love history so it would be kind of cool.

  2. Comment by barbed1951:

    I think I’d like to be able to touch old books and learn who has read them and where they’ve been.

  3. Comment by jovialvampyre:

    The Queen Victoria medal my great grandfather was honored with by the Queen when he was in grade school. Because my mom named me Victoria he gave me the medal. It would really be neat to know all of it’s travels :).

  4. Comment by Jennifer:

    That’s a really cool thing to have in your family history. Would be fun to know all it’s detail.

  5. Comment by Jennifer:

    ooohhhh… good choice 🙂

  6. Comment by Jennifer:

    Can you IMAGINE?? I wonder how much of what we *think* about our history would change if we could KNOW through touch.

  7. Comment by Mary Preston:

    I have a few old English coins that have been passed down through the family. Love to know who & what they have seen.

  8. Comment by Trina.ADR:

    I wish I could touch one of the pillars at Stonehenge and see how it was built, same would go for the Easter Island heads.

  9. Comment by Lea Krnjeta:

    I would love to touch the famous paintings like from Salvador Dali and see into his life a bit.

  10. Comment by donnas1:

    An original text of Hamlet.

  11. Comment by Bridgett:

    Anyone my kids end up dating! lol

  12. Comment by Joanna Moreno:

    I wonder if that works in one’s self , as in, keeping your own memories? If not , the Lady Liberty.

  13. Comment by Jennifer:

    That would certainly be handy, lol 🙂

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  15. Comment by bn100:

    the White House

    bn100candg at hotmail dot com

  16. Comment by Texas Book Lover:

    I have my grandfathers trunk that is full of old family photos that would be awesome to know the full history off.

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