Penguin Platform & YA Fiction Giveaway! ♡


I was recently introduced to Penguin Platform, an awesome online community across social media for young adult readers like myself. Penguin Platform provide book recommendations for teens, interviews with authors and other exclusive and fun book-related content. I was also given the opportunity to hold a book giveaway on my blog! 

Jennifer Niven, author of New York Times bestseller “All the Bright Places“, shared a few of her favourite books on the Penguin Platform YouTube channel:

Giveaway Time!

You guys have the chance to win all of the books mentioned (Saving Daisy, The Outsiders, To Kill A Mockingbird and Wonder), plus Jennifer’s book, All The Bright Places! Just enter via the Rafflecopter form below:

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The giveaway ends on May 22nd, and entrants must be UK residents (sorry to any international readers!). I will contact the winner and pass their details on to Penguin, who are providing the prize.

I’m so jealous that I can’t win this! To Kill A Mockingbird is one of my all-time favourite books (GCSE English Literature memories), and The Outsiders, known as the “original teenage rebel story”, sounds like my kind of thing. All The Bright Places is going to be made into a film (starring Elle Fanning), so I definitely want to read the novel before it comes out!

On a side note, have you seen the new Penguin Little Black Classics? 80 classic books for 80p each to celebrate Penguin’s 80th anniversary! I ordered a whole load last night!

Links to penguin platform!:

Thank-you for reading, and good luck in the giveaway!


This post is not sponsored by Penguin, but they are providing the giveaway prize! No purchase necessary to enter the competition and entrants must be UK residents. The giveaway ends 3 weeks from today (22nd May 2015).

  • Tracy K Nixon

    All The Bright Places by Jennifer Niven!

  • clairdownham

    to kill a mocking bird

  • laura banks

    the outsiders

  • Fiona

    The Outsiders

  • kim neville

    To kill a mockingbird

  • Rachel

    To Kill a Mockingbird

  • Justyna Pawluczuk

    I’d love to reread To Kill a Mockingbird. Haven’t heard about the rest of the giveaway books but I’d love to have a chance to read them too 🙂

  • Olivia

    To kill a mockingbird has been on my wish list for ages

  • Paul

    All The Bright Places

  • Karen Barrett

    To Kill a Mockingbird

  • Jaq

    To Kill A Mockingbird for sure – such a classic!

  • maci234

    To Kill a Mockingbird


    The Outsiders 🙂

  • Nickles83


  • shirlz51

    to Kill a Mockingbird

  • Nancy

    Saving Daisy

  • rugmaker

    All the Bright Places

  • Jenni Vento

    I’d love to read To Kill a Mockingbird, been meaning to for years!

  • Paula Readings

    To kill a mockingbird

  • Andrew Cakebread

    The Outsiders sounds a great read

  • chris2468

    Tell me which book you’d be most excited to read if you won! …………… To Kill a Mockingbird – it’s a book l know so much about and yet l have never read it

  • lesley182

    The Outsiders as it’s a classic! First read it aged 14 and still have my original copy thirty years later though it become very battered over the years!

  • Helen at The Lovecats Inc

    i really need to read more of these classics!

    from helen at

  • Ruth Harwood

    To Kill a Mockingbird!

  • Claire Woods

    All The Bright Places by Jennifer Niven,

  • Laura Pritchard

    The Outsiders by S E Hinton as it looks very raw & exciting.

  • Amber Wiles

    To Kill A Mocking Bird !

  • Sally Nikki Brown

    To kill a Mockingbird, read it at school, but was too young to appreciate it then

  • purplevamp

    The Outsiders. I saw the film with Matt Dillon many years ago so it would be good to actually read the original.

  • Saving Daisy sounds like a good read.

  • Kasia

    To Kill A Mockingbird

  • Thea Wilson

    Definitely All The Right Places….. I’ve heard great things!

  • Stewart Osborn

    All the right places x

  • Catherine Shearman

    To kill a mockingbird

  • Angie McDonald

    To Kill A Mockingbird! I’ve heard amazing reviews about it but never actually got around to reading it!

  • tracy newton

    The Outsider sounds good

  • jodandrob

    To kill a mockingbird

  • leanne williams

    To kill a mockingbird

  • Christine Caple

    The Outsiders

  • Jim Milligan

    The Outsiders by S. E. Hinton

  • Georgia Keogh

    All of them, but probably The Outsiders the most 🙂

  • Saran Benjamin

    Saving Daisy by Phil Earle

  • I want to read The Outsiders – the cover reminds me of On The Road by Kerouac, which is one of my all-time faves!

  • Jenerate

    To Kill A Mockingbird probably, but a difficult choice.

  • castleton

    To Kill A Mocking Bird

  • Sue Dorking

    To kill a Mockingbird, rather ashamed to say I’ve never read it!

  • lindsey jones

    I want to read the outsiders

  • Sheri Darby

    To Kill A Mockingbird – I really should have read it years ago

  • Janice Mackin

    To Kill a Mockingbird, it is one of my favourite books.

  • Rachael Jones Mann

    To kill a Mockingbird

  • Laura Asplin

    Saving Daisy by Phil Earle

  • James Donovan

    To Kill A Mockingbird

  • Victoria Prince

    To Kill A Mockingbird! It’s such a classic and I have always wanted to read it, but not yet got round to it…no excuse if I were to win 🙂

  • Helen

    To Kill A Mockingbird

  • Jo m Welsh

    To kill a mockingbird

  • Erica Price

    I’d love to reread ‘To kill a mockingbird’.

  • alison clark

    Id love to read All the bright places.

  • Elzbieta Znyk

    To kill by Mockingbird

  • The Bargainista

    I read To Kill A Mockingbird by Harper Lee many many years ago and loved it – I would love to read it again

  • Jennifer ball

    The Outsiders sounds like my cup of tea 🙂

  • Tean Porteus

    I’ve not read to Kill a Mockingbird so would love to win this

  • Evette Williams

    The Outsiders sounds like a great read 🙂

  • Jaelin Farrow

    To Kill a Mockingbird 🙂

  • Kelandab

    Saving Daisy 🙂

    Kelly Ellen Hirst