Today, HarperTeen sent me an ARC of a book they had already previously sent me. Should I send it back? Maybe email HarperTeen and let them know? If I should email them, does anyone have the email address of the person I should email? Thanks everyone for the advice in advance!

Kayla

kaylasreadsandreviews.blogspot.com

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I've had this happen a few times. Each time, I contacted the publisher or publicist offering to send it back, or pass it on to another blogger, and each time I was told it was mine to do whatever I wanted. Some I passed to other bloggers, some I used for giveaways. I'd say contact them; they'll appreciate the honesty and it lets them figure where there are glitches in their system.

Do you know what their email is to contact them?

I'd be happy to take it off your hands if you don't want it. I'm a book review blogger too, so it will get another review...

Do you live in the US?

Yes. I live in the US. I got your e-mail off your website and will contact you there. Thanks!

Emailed you back. Thanks!

That happens sometimes, and I'd give it away on my blog.

I think notifying HarperTeen that you are passing it on to another reviewer might bring you some goodwill from them.

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