Sunday, March 27, 2016

Big Easter Giveaway: Win 8 Books!

 
Enter our huge Easter giveaway for a chance to win eight books. One lucky winner will receive them all!
 
 
The winner will be notified by email and has three days to reply. All of our giveaways are international.

92 comments:

  1. Oh I could recommend so many!
    but today I'll recommend a romantic suspense .. Love, Lies & the DA by Rebecca Rohman!
    I loved this book from page one. I loved the whit and sarcasm, the emotional highs and lows, and the adrenaline rush

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  2. I've just finished Shattered Blue, so beautifully written about Fae and Mortal's love! Fantasy, fiction, YA and everything I hoped for. Highly recommend it! It's a trilogy by the way, can't wait for book 2 and 3.

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  3. The Madwoman Upstairs by Catherine Lowell. Loved that book!

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  4. "Confessions of a Shopaholic" by Sophie Kinsella as it's a wonderfully fun read!

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  5. Flight of dreams Ariel lawhon history mystery a true page turner

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  6. My Name Is Lucy Barton by Elizabeth Strout: The latest novel from the Pulitzer Prize-winning author of Olive Kitteridge centers on a mother and daughter’s tumultuous relationship.

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  7. I've just finished reading The Chocolate Lovers' Club. If you are a chocolate addict and enjoy chick-lit, this is the book for you.

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  8. "Confessions of a Shopaholic" by Sophie Kinsella cause it's so fun-reading!

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  9. I'm currently reading "The Handmaid's Tale" by Margaret Atwood and I'm finding it breathtaking!

    (Also, by mistake I pasted the wrong link on the Social Media box - this is the correct one: https://plus.google.com/u/0/106451449218115673682/posts/Qhf4mQbU9LZ)

    Happy Easter! :)

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  10. Salt to the sea--You will learn so much and have all the feels!

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  11. Since you've been gone by morgan matson! It's a great book about young love and friendship :]

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  12. I would recommend murder of a botoxed blonde, a lighthearted murder mystery with charming characters.

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  13. Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children series ☺ -Mary Rose Benipayo

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  14. I recommend Pretty Much Screwed by Jenna McCarthy, it was hilarious.

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  15. I recommend "The House on Tradd Street" series by Karen White. It is set in Charleston SC and the storyline involves antebellum mansions. I was sorry when I finished the last book. Wait for the new book to be released.

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  16. The most recent book I have absolutely loved is Ken folletts jackdaws! His writing I find fantastic, full of suspense and strong women, go read it now if you haven't already!

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  17. I would recommend The Girl Who Loved Tom Gordon by Stephen King. it is not a horror story as such but is about a little girl lost in the woods. I loved it.

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  18. So many to choose from - I don't even know where to start!

    At the moment I'm in the middle of reading 'The Missing Husband' by Amanda Brooke which is great - it's about a pregnant woman who came off the pill without telling her husband - when he fails to come home one night she doesn't know if he has left her or died. I can't wait to find out what happens.

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  19. The Girl With All the Gifts - unique story, well written and absorbing

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  20. The Missing by C.L Taylor it's a great read. :)

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  21. So many possibilities but in the end I always go back to Anya Seton books. My favourite is Katherine (The Winthrop Woman comes a very close second). I love it because it is beautifully written, it is (pretty much) historically accurate, the characters are vivid and passionate without being perfect. It keeps you interested and caring about what happens all the way through and gives a huge book hang over as all good books should.

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  22. I would recommend anything by Marian Keyes. As they are funny yet deal with serious themes.

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  23. I would recommend The Others series by Anne Bishop. Gorgeous. Amazing. Awesomesauce. Wonderful weaving and blending of elements to create a powerful narrative.

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  24. I'd recommend Truthwitch by Susan Dennard, can be read alone and it really good.

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  25. I really enjoyed reading Shatter Me by Tahereh Mafi. I have also read the second one in this series (Shatter Me series).

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  26. The Sweet Gum Tree by Katherine Allred. It's such a beautiful book that is definitely worth reading :)

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  27. For sheer fun and laughter, I would recommend any of the 'Shopaholic' series of books, by Sophie Kinsella. The books tell of Becky's Brandon's (nee Bloomwood) adventures in life, and are a pleasure to read.

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  28. I would recommend Brave and Awake by Beverly Molinda. It's a self-improvement book which helped me a lot and I think everyone should read it.

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  29. The Vintage Guide to Love and Romance by Kirsty Greenwood is a great book. I really enjoyed the read.

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  30. Peter James Perfect People, Its thrilling and got suspense and a twist in it.

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  31. A trick of the mind by penny Hancock. Suspense that leaves you guessing til the last page

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  32. The Marble Collector was fantastic, it blew me away. So touching, moving, emotional, I loved every page! Rosie x

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  33. I would recommend One Day Soon by A.Meredith Walters .

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  34. I would recommend A child called it it's such a shame what he went through but he survived, I cry every time I read it

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  35. You should read All the bright places by Jennifer Niven. It's so emotionally real but beautiful in its own way.

    Megan @ reading away the days

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  36. You should read All the bright places by Jennifer Niven. It's so emotionally real but beautiful in its own way.

    Megan @ reading away the days

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  37. The forgotten Girls by Sara Blaedel, because it is a great book and it will keep you guessing.

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  38. Too many to name! Recently, I've started re-reading all of the Harry Potter books again. They're just magical. I'd definitely recommend those.

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  39. The Truth about Julia by Anna Schaffner. This is a chilling psychological thriller and a magnificent debut novel.

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  40. I highly recommend Jane Steele by Lyndsay Faye. It is a fantastic retelling of Brontë's Jane Eyre.

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  41. I love anything from Lindsey Kelk. Its always a fun read! :)

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  42. David Nicholls books are my favourite at the moment - currently reading Starter for Ten. They are funny with main characters who are very real!

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  43. I've been reading, and enjoying The Farthingale Series by Meara Platt.

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  44. I recommend I Let You Go by Clare Mackintosh - thought provoking

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  45. I just read Violet Storm by Anna Soliveres. It was fast paced exciting and had some great twists.

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  46. Definitely read The City by Stella Gemmell - she's awesome at creating a world and bringing it to life!

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  49. Have you read the Captive Prince series by CS Pacat?I was told more than enough times that it is awesome but I never got the chance to read it tho

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  50. The Girl On The Train by Paula Hawkins is a really good psychological thriller.

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  51. Behind closed doors by B A Paris, it's absolutely gripping.

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  52. Behind closed doors by B A Paris, it's absolutely gripping.

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  53. Sharp Objects by Gillian Flynn.Its too good . If you want to read about complex women Characters ,then this book is for you .

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  54. I just finished Unseen Messages by Pepper Winters, it was amazing!

    Betul E.

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  55. The last good book I read was Blogger Girl by Meredith Schorr. It has a very realistic character who loves blogging. It was a great read with a fab storyline aswell as the blogging part.
    Amanda.

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  56. I discovered a new author (to me) and I just love her books. She's M.H. Soars.

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  57. I recommend The Dead Key. I listened to it on Audible and thought it was a great mystery!

    Deborah

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  58. I recommend The Dead Key. I listened to it on Audible and thought it was a great mystery!

    Deborah

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  59. heaven by virginia andrews, my favourite book of all time x

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  60. Love 'Toast' by Nigel Slater

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  61. Center Ring by Nicole Waggoner. Wonderful debut novel about five friends finding balance in their lives. Very well written, great charachters, and I highly recommend it. It releases on April 26th!!

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  62. The Undomestic Goddess by Sophie Kinsella is a fantastic book...really funny

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  63. Lily and the Octopus by Steven Rowley. I cried, laughed, and loved it!

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  64. The Shadow Year by Hannah Richel, a debut novel. Spanning from 1980 to today, crossing the generations. An absolutly gripping novel which highlights infidelity, betrayal and tragedy.Once started, could not put down.

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  65. I am entering your Easter giveaway.
    It would be great to win these eight books.
    In response to your requirement to
    Recommend to you a great book and tell you why you should read it.
    I Recommend Miracles from Heaven:
    A Little Girl and Her Amazing Story of Healing
    by Christy Wilson Beam.
    I think you should read it because it's
    a heart warming true story
    that has been made into a movie.
    Thank you for having this giveaway.

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  66. I don't often pick up poetry, but one of my favorite books is a collection of poems by Pablo Neruda: "100 Love Sonnets / Cien sonetos de amor." I have an English/Spanish edition, and love it because a poem will be in the original Spanish on the left-hand (? -- don't recall offhand) page, and the English translation on the right. I love this because not only are the poems incredibly beautiful, but it's so wonderful to be able to refer back to the original words as Neruda penned them. Something really does get "lost in translation"!

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  67. Anything by Mark Gartside, his books are hilarious.
    jen dot barnard at btinternet dot com

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  68. Ridley Road by Jo Bloom is a great book that is based in the 60's. It could be in any era though as it is about teenage unrequited love and the disappointment of the first kiss.

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    1. OOh I like the sound of this one, off to look for it, thanks Carol xxx

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  69. Eden Gardens by Juliet Greenwood, this is a wonderful book, about, Love, loss and race, a bitter sweet book, which will stay with you. long after you have turned the last page, and closed the book shut ,

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  70. The Deal by Elle Kennedy - fantastic NA romance,humor and much more :)

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  71. After You by Jojo Moyes, it's such a good book, and nice to see a little bit of happiness for a character who had so much sadness in 'Me Before You'

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  72. The Goldfinch by Donna Tartt - an amazing book, simply epic!!!

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  73. The Book Thief by Markus Zusak. I love it. The characters are amazing. :)

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  74. suspension - the Brooklyn Bridge is nearly ready but there are those intent on sabotage , can they be caught on time?

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  75. I've not long finished Career of Evil by Robert Galbraith. It's the third in a crime series and keeps you hooked from beginning to end

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  76. im into jack higgins and chris ryan there is loads of titles but im reading killing for the company at the moment

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  77. Love the Necroscope series by Brian Lumbley, action, adventure, horror & sci-fi.

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  78. The Girl's Guide To Moving On by Debbie Macomber. I loved it and so will you!

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  79. I Let you Go by Clare Mackintosh, brilliant book, a thriller that'll have you absorbed. I've recommended this to so many people and they've all loved it.

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  80. 'One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest' by Ken Kesey; better than the film; a good read.

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  81. Ugly Love by Colleen Hoover, it's an amazing and very emotional story.

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  82. P.S. I Love You - such a good book and film. Lovely story but sad as well xx

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  83. Labyrinth by Kate Mosse,it's a wonderful tale that blends history with modern day,with a supernatural undertone and full of intrique.It's a fabulous book that I've read over and over,her next book Sepulchre is another fabulous tale in muc the same vein x

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  84. I would like to recommend 'Apple Tree Yard' by Louise Doughty (soon to be on TV). It's a courtroom drama/thriller - very sexy and unputdownable. I loved it and so has everyone else I know who's read it.

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  85. I think you would like secrets by Lesley Pearse.

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  86. 11.22.63 about a man who goes back in time to try and stop JFKs asassination. There is a tv series on of it right now but the book kept me hooked!

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