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International ‘Mortal Instruments’ fans have chance to win exclusive Jace letter

With the release of “City of Fallen Angels,” the fourth installment of the bestselling “The Mortal Instruments” series, on April 5, fans that bought a copy from Barnes and Noble were given a treat: an exclusive letter written by our lovable Shadowhunter Jace Wayland Morgenstern Herondale Lightwood to one Clary Fray, toward the end of “City of Glass.”

One “Mortal Instruments” fan, over at WovenStrands, has worked toward being able to give international fans a chance to win that letter.

After the release of City of Fallen Angels by Cassandra Clare on April. 5th. I have noticed many TMI fans –on twitter– ask Cassie about Jace’s letter, and If it would be in International copies of the book. Unfortunately, Jace’s Letter is only in Barnes & Noble copies.

I noticed that the majority of Cassie’s fans live internationally, and I wanted to spread the love past the borders of the United States.

I asked Cassie if I could Giveaway my hard copy of Jace’s letter and she gave me her blessings. *yay*

Here’s what to do:

Visit WovenStrands and subscribe to the blog for a chance to win Jace’s letter to Clary. Then fill out the form.

The giveaway ends on Wednesday, April 27.

Good luck to everyone!

About Alyssa Barbieri (2800 Articles)
Alyssa is the Managing Editor for Bears Wire. You can reach her at or follow her on Twitter @AlyssaBarbieri

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