It’s Karma Week on Epic Reads!
All week long, we’re celebrating Aprilynne Pike’s Life After Theft with all the karmic goodness you’ll ever need in life (or the afterlife). So tell us about your latest random act of kindness with the hashtag #lifeaftertheft for a chance to win an epic bag of loot inspired by the book!
What does free loot have to do with karma? Good question—which is why we’re giving away not one, but two Life After Theft prize packs to one lucky winner. Pay it forward by winning one for yourself and one for a friend.
Each prize pack includes:
- Kimberlee’s favorite Ray-Ban sunglasses: Just like the ones from the LIFE AFTER THEFT cover!
- A $100 gift card to Sephora: Our main character Kimberlee frequented the mall and makeup was often her “item of choice” to steal. Stealing is NOT the way to build good karma but having some fun while makeup shopping with your BFF definitely is.
- A $20 gift card to Fandango: Kimberlee was a big fan of the movies after she died—gotta fill up those ghostly hours doing something! And it even becomes something fun that she and Jeff do together, after they meet. Plan your own movie night with some friends!
- A fluffy purple keychain: A fluffy purple keychain is yet another item Kimberlee couldn’t resist stealing in LIFE AFTER THEFT. Use our version as a reminder to be karma-conscious every day!
- A karma-fabulous tote bag: Something to hold all the loot!
- And a signed copy of Life After Theft!
Three runners-up will receive their own signed copies of Life After Theft.
Congrats to the winners!
Grand prize winner:
About the book
Aprilynne Pike, #1 New York Times bestselling author of the Wings series, shines in this stand-alone novel that offers a humorous twist on ghosts and is perfect for fans of Ally Carter, Rachel Hawkins, and Kiersten White.
Kimberlee Schaffer may be drop-dead gorgeous . . . but she also dropped dead last year. Now she needs Jeff’s help with her unfinished business, and she’s not taking no for an answer. When she was alive, Kimberlee wasn’t just a mean girl; she was also a complete kleptomaniac. So if Jeff wants to avoid being haunted until graduation, he’ll have to help her return all of the stolen items. But Jeff soon discovers that it’s much easier to steal something than it is to bring it back.
Paying for your mistakes takes on a whole new meaning in this hauntingly clever twist on The Scarlet Pimpernel.