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Guest Post: Rachel Vincent +Giveaway!

♥ About the book:

Everyone else is talking about Eastlake High’s gorgeous new math teacher, Mr. Beck, but Kaylee Cavanaugh has bigger things on her mind. Kaylee’s a banshee—her scream is a portent of death. 
But the next scream might hit too close to home. Kaylee’s borrowed lifeline has almost run out. 
Yeah—it’s a shock to her, too. So to distract herself from her own problems, Kaylee is determined to defend her school against the latest supernatural threat. That hot new teacher is really an incubus, who feeds from the desire of unsuspecting students. The only girls immune to his lure are Kaylee and Sabine, her boyfriend’s delinquent ex-girlfriend. Now the unlikely allies have to get rid of Mr. Beck…before he discovers they aren’t quite human either. 
But Kaylee’s running out of time, and those who love her will do anything to save her life. 
Soul Screamers: The last thing you hear before you die.
♥ About the author:

A resident of San Antonio, Rachel Vincent has a BA in English and an overactive imagination, and consistently finds the latter to be more practical. She shares her workspace with two black cats (Kaci and Nyx) and her # 1 fan. Rachel is older than she looks-seriously-and younger than she feels, but remains convinced that for every day she spends writing, one more day will be added to her lifespan.


If I Die, the fifth book in the Soul Screamers series, will be released on September 27, 2011. To celebrate, Kaylee and Sabine (Kaylee’sboyfriend’s ex-girlfriend, who is a living nightmare) have agreed to be in the same room long enough to interview each other. Sabine won the coin toss, so she gets the first question. They’ve 
been told to keep it civil, but I make no promises…


Sabine: Kaylee, truth or dare.
Kaylee: This is an interview, Sabine.
Sabine: [shrugs] Think of this as an alternative format. Truth or dare?
Kaylee: There’s no good way to answer that question, is there?
Sabine: Why does there have to be drama behind every decision you make?
Kaylee: Fine. Truth.
Sabine: say—hypothetically—that you found out you were going to die in a few days and you had to decide who’s going to get all your stuff when you’re gone. Who would inherit, oh…your boyfriend?
Kaylee: That’s not how it works. You can’t inherit a person.
Sabine: Sure you can. People inherit kids from dead parents all the time.
Kaylee: Nash isn’t a kid, and I’m not his parent.
Sabine: That’s why this is hypothetical.
Kaylee: No, it’s hypothetical because… Whatever. You’re not going to inherit Nash, no matter what happens to me.
Sabine: Okay, but if you were going to die—
Kaylee: It’s my turn. Truth or dare?
Sabine: Dare.
Kaylee: I wanted you to say truth.
Sabine: That’s why I said dare.
Kaylee: Fine. I dare you to tell me the truth.
Sabine: [rolls her eyes] That is SO lame.
Kaylee: You started this.
Sabine: Ask your question.
Kaylee: What’s the worst thing you’ve ever done?
Sabine: I don’t understand the question. Worst, according to what unit of measurement? Monetary damage? Physical destruction? Psychological impact? Number of laws broken? I’m gonna need you to be more specific.
Kaylee: It’s not a complicated question. What do you feel guilty about?
Sabine: Okay, I’m not saying this is actual guilt—I’m not entirely sure what that feels like—but I don’t feel great about telling Nash that you don’t want to go to prom because you’re afraid you’ll look flat-chested in a formal dress.
Kaylee: Sabine!
Sabine: Well, it’s the truth! If you two are meant to be, shouldn’t he know what you’re afraid of? Besides, it’s a valid concern.
Kaylee: But it isn’t your concern!
Sabine: [glances down at her own chest] Thank goodness.
Kaylee: That’s not what I meant.
Sabine: My turn. This one’s easy. Wood or steel?
Kaylee: Wood or steel what?
Sabine: Casket. For your hypothetical funeral.
Kaylee: No more death questions.
Sabine: Okay. Fashion, then. How long afterward will Nash have to wear all black?
Kaylee: Do you want me to haunt you?
Sabine: If I answer that, is it my turn again?
Kaylee: No! It’s my turn, and you can’t take it away.
Sabine: You’re only clinging to your turn because you know I want it.
Kaylee: That doesn’t even make any sense.
Sabine: Is it true you’re so shiny and pure you actually glow in the dark?
Kaylee: Is it true you shriek and scurry into the corner every time someone turns the light on?
Sabine: Ha! That was pretty good.
Kaylee: Thanks. I’ve been practicing. To give credit where it’s due, though, you make a great target.
Sabine: You too. I might actually miss you once you’re gone. Hypothetically.


♥ About the giveaways:

The first giveaway is ONE DAY ONLY. As in today...and no other day. So get right to this one! Win two copies of If I Die-one for you and one for a friend-by tweeting:

Dying for IF I DIE? - Follow the #SoulScreamersTour for daily giveaways & a NookTouch @rachelkvincent

The winner will be notified via Twitter, so be sure to check your @replies! 


The second giveaway runs the entire blog tour! If you live in the US/Canada you came enter to win a Nook Touch completely stocked with the Soul Screamers series! To enter>

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♥ Follow the tour:

Monday, September 19th - The Story Siren 
Wednesday, September 21st - Chasing Words 
Friday, September 23rd - The Page Turners 
Monday, September 26th - The Elliot Review 
Tuesday, September 27th Book Birthday - Mundie Mom's 
Wednesday, September 28th - Harlequin Blog 
Friday, September 30th - IB Book Blogging 
Monday, October 3rd - Electrifying Reviews 
Friday, October 7th- Teens Read and Write

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