Saturday, May 21, 2016

8 Amazing Books by UK Authors Giveaway

 
I've made a selection of some of my favorite books by authors from the United Kingdom for you. The winner of this giveaway will receive eight of my five star reads. Good luck! 
 

 
The winner will be notified by email (please make sure you've approved withloveforbooks@gmail.com) and has three days to respond. All of our giveaways are international.

83 comments:

  1. William Shakespeare is my favorite. He has the best choice of words.

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  2. I love Jane Austen and her ability to create such interesting and relatable characters. :)

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  3. Oh my goodness, Oh my goodness!!! I really need to be able to use gif responses on blogs!! What a spectacularly awesome #giveaway!

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  4. Since my all time favorite read is Pride & Prejudice by Jane Austen, I will have to say Jane.

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  5. Picking one author? That's impossible. At least without some serious contemplation...

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  6. My favorites is Claire C. Riley!!

    Betul E.

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    1. Because she writes the BEST zombie books!!

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  7. Sue Townsend. Just loved her books. Especially The Queen and I. So funny to think of the royal family living on a council estate.

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  8. ps. you forgot the giveaway label on this post so it's not showing up on the giveaways page. Just thought I would let you know incase you wanted it on there. I visit daily :-)

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  9. Lesley Pearse, I really love how the author tells a story

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  10. Margaret Atwood because she's really witty.

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  11. Right now, my favorite UK author is B.A. Paris. I am reading an ARC of her debut, Behind Closed Doors, and it is AWESOME, the best suspense novel I have ever read.

    Thanks :)

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  12. My favorite UK author is Lewis Carroll, because i love Alice in Wonderland history.

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  13. I love Sophie Kinsella's books - her sweet and fun chick lit novels are perfect to get lost in.

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  14. JK Rowling for giving us Harry Potter!

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  15. Sebastian Faulks as he has retold history so we have a record of what happened.

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  16. Sebastian Faulks as he has retold history so we have a record of what happened.

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  17. Lucy Dillon! Her books are so heartwarming!

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  18. JK Rowling because she is has achieved so much

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  19. James Herbert, he knows how to do horror :)

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  20. J. K. Rowling, her world building is amazing! :)

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  21. Jane Austen, she's the best romantic author I have read

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  22. James Herriot - He inspired me to become a vet at a young age.

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  23. Marian Keyes would have to be mine.She has such an awesome sense of humor.

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  24. I love Jane Austen. Despite the passing of time I can still relate to her and the characters that she so kindly introduces to us. Her stories are enthralling.

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  25. Is a hard question! But maybe Jane Austen :D

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  26. Jane Austen because I never tire of reading her work after discovering her at school

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  27. I love Jane Austen she writes in such a eloquent way it draws you in.

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  28. I love Stephen Fry's work & have them all! Really funny, witty stuff with dark undertones.

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  29. JK Rowling of course. Can't imagine a world without Harry Potter

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  30. JK Rowling for a modern day author. Jane Austen for the classics.

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  31. Jane Austen- the stories

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  32. jackie collins as alot of her books have been brought to life with series

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  33. There are so many and I love the Indy authors too but I think Leigh Russell because I love her books and she was so nice when I went to her signing.

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  34. Jane Austen.. I love all her books, her writing is amazing and her books sooo romantic :)

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  36. I think Tabitha Suzuma, because Forbidden - unfortunately, the only book I've read by her so far - was beautifully-written and so emotional. I also love Cat Clarke's Torn and Entangled. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  38. J. K. Rowling, because I grew up reading Harry Potter

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  39. I am not sure I have a favorite ... I am mostly unaware of where the authors I read are from ...lol

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  40. Mark Billingham - Have read every one of his books, loved the Tom Thorne ones. Just started a new one by him called Shame x

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  41. Barbara Erskine..her books are amazing and always keep me on edge!

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  42. I love Jane Austen. I enjoy her perspective of life and people.

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  43. I love Martina Cole soley because she is the only writer in her genre that portrays such grit !

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  44. now to be honest i'm not sure which one from my favourite author is from UK safe one so i will say her JK Rolling because she gave the love of reading to a lot of children

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  45. I'm from Argentina and I'm IN LOVE with Sarah Winman and J. K. Rowling, their books teach me a lot of things that I will never forget!
    lots of love

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  46. Can't say I have a no.1 fave but I love Roald Dahl for all the magical adventures he's taken me and my little boy on, George Orwell for making me think seriously about the way we all live as a society, Douglas Adams for sending British humour into space and Sophie Kinsella for my fave holiday reads ;)

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  47. I love JK Rowling! She's creates amazing worlds!

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  48. I like Katie Price as an adult author her stories really do take you away from reality and into the world of glitz and glam

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  49. Jane Austen because she lived in such an amazing time period.

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  50. Dean Koontz. He writes the best suspense thrillers.

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  51. I was looking at my list on goodreads of books that I've read. I was trying to see which books I really enjoyed. I found out that i read a lot of books from US authors, the only UK author that I can think of is Elizabeth Richards. I did enjoy reading her Black City trilogy 😊

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  52. J. K. Rowling, no need explaining why! :)

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  53. J.K. Rowling for obvious reasons lol

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  54. probably Lesley Pearce, I have all her books, they are down to earth and very gripping

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  55. Sophie Kinsella,Jane Costello,Alexandra Potter,all 3 are fantastic authors :)

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  56. I would say Dean Koontz. His books always hold my interest!

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  57. I have several in mind but I'd have to say that Shakespeare is my favorite because his writing has stood the test of time.

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  58. Mo Hayder - her Jack Caffery books keep me hooked

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  59. +Rachel Brimble, she delivers every time! Also love Jane Austen, Sophia Kinsella, and really enjoy Camilla Chafer's Lexi Graves series !

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  60. Ken Follett, his books always have such epic scope!

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  61. Sue Townsend was so brilliantly funny.

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  62. Jane Austen has to be my favorite but I really admire a lot of UK authors, there so many amazing ones :)

    - Ana M

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  63. Great give away! My face UK author is a really tricky one as there's so many... as well as JK Rowling (of course - not just for Harry Potter but also for her Robert Galbraith 'Strike' books which are amazing) I also love Susan Hill and Peter James :)

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  64. I love Tasmina Perry... I can easily lose myself in one of her books and then my morning commute doesn't seem quite so long!!

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  65. I like Carole Matthews are her books a good fun read x

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  66. Thats a hard question, mostly because I don't look to see where my authors are from.

    Lainy http://www.alwaysreading.net

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  67. I love Nick Hornby. I think he has a wicked sense of humour and I love his observations of everyday life.

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  68. really hared to choose btween Terry Prattchett & Jasper Fforde both loos at life at a funny angle

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  69. Terry Pratchett is my all time favorite but I am loving the Rivers of London series by Ben Aaranovitch as well

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  70. J. K. Rowling, for sure. I mean, she's a genius and a legend for creating the Harry Potter series. <3

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  71. Jane Austen has been a favorite for a long time. Love her books and that time period. J.K. Rowling is also a favorite. The Harry Potter series was fantastic and something I enjoyed sharing with my boys!!

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  72. it wouldbe so hard to choose just one i like many

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  73. Daphne du Maurier. Interesting characters, wonderful locations.

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  74. I love reading books by Melissa Hill as they always keep you guessing and draw you right into the stories

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  75. Depends in my mood and what i fancy reading , but quite partial to jeffrey archer

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  76. Love J K Rowling. Amazing imagination.

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