It’s that time again! To celebrate the release of the final book in the Madion War Trilogy, I’m running a little friendly competition! This time, we’re pitting #TeamPrinceling against #TeamTheo!

What’s the game?

Two teams will compete with each other, earning points by sharing, tweeting, posting, and participating in the two readalongs! The more the teams participate, the more points they get! Winning teams will win a Madion Trilogy prize pack.

The top 2 point-earners on each team will also win a SPESHUL prize of a Madion Trilogy bag or t-shirt in their team name.

How do I pick a team?

If you know your team, simply sign up using the form below. If you haven’t read The Island yet (more on that later), you can use this handy quiz!

Are you #TeamTheo or #TeamPrinceling?

Okay, I have my team, what now?

Now it’s time to earn points! First, sign up here to let us know which team you’re with.

The best way to keep up with the latest in the competition is to join the S. Usher Evans Street Team. If you’re not a FB  user, we’ll also have group Twitter DMs lead by our fabulous Team Captains, Emily from Emily Reads Everything (#TeamTheo) and Chelsea from Books for Thought (#TeamPrinceling)!

Each week, we’ll have a different competition for how you can earn points. This week, you’ll want to make sure you’re declaring your loyalties for #TeamTheo or #TeamPrinceling via the Google Form. Whichever team has the most sign-ups at the end of the week will be the victor, and that entire team will receive a signed bookmark from Yours Truly.

Your team leads will be responsible for tracking your points, and they’ll be super awesome cheerleaders, too!

How do I participate in the readalong?

First, The Island is a free download on all eBook stores and it’s also available in paperback and hardcover. Captains Em and Chels will have more information on their blogs and Twitters, so make sure you’re following them.

The readalong will begin on January 14th and run until Valentine’s Day.

Anything else?

Try not to get too competitive, kids. The fur was flying during last year’s competition!