Saturday, June 11, 2016

8 Wonderful Books Giveaway

 
Enter this giveaway for a chance to win 8 wonderful books. Good luck!
 

 
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93 comments:

  1. I would recommend any book as I love all genres and books :)

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  2. I would recommend any liane moriarty book....really summery asset in Australia!

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  3. I would definitely recommend From This Moment by Elizabeth Camden! Not only does it have a stunning cover, I am immersed in the story!

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  4. I recommend The Weekenders by Mary Kay Andrews. It was a great read.

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  5. The last book that I read was A Court of Thorns and Roses by Sarah J. Maas and I would definitely recommend it for anytime reading!!

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  6. I'd recommend one of Taylor Dean's or Betty Lee Crosby's books. They are rich in characters and wonderful for a relaxing summer read outside by the pool.

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  7. Along for the ride by Sarah Dessen! It's a nice lighthearted read :]

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  8. Any book in Iris Johansen's Eva Duncan series!

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  9. I recommend the Outlander series for great summer reading.

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  10. Hi. I recommend the trilogy of Graceling Realm by Kristin Cashore. They are about three powerful women in a fantasy world that will face difficult obstacles and find a path to true love

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  11. Little French Guesthouse by Helen Pollard. Perfect summertime read, hints of romance with warmth and humour in idyllic setting.

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  12. I recommend any book by Jojo Moyes!

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  13. My recommendation would be Marian Keyes - The Other Side of the Story. It is an excellent read for the summer holidays. Gives you an insight to the feelings of the mistress of a married man. Reminds me why I would never go out with a married man (when I was single)

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  14. This summer I will be reading Author Sarah J Mass Red Queen series and finishing the Throne of glass series because I am a fan of her writing ♡ Thank you

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  15. I'd recommend Eligible by Curtis Sittenfeld. A very satisfying modern retelling of Pride and Prejudice. You can enjoy all the changes but know that Elizabeth and Darcy's love story remains.

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  17. I loved The Lunar Chronicles as a summer read! The romantic elements were perfect.

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  18. There are so many books to recommend. Any book is a good summer read!! The book I am currently reading, The Two-Family House by Lynda Cohen Loigman, is so very good and hard to put down. So well written and a wonderful story. I'd definitely recommend that as a summer read!!

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  19. I recommend Dan Brown, allays light and exciting! :)

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  20. me before you because it's so romantic!

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  21. Don't You Cry by Mary Kubica, because it will keep you guessing. A very good book.

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  22. I recommend all Elin Hilderbrand's books for summer reading.

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  23. I recommend From Here To Home by Marie Bostwick

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  24. Any of Victoria Hislop's books, they really get inside the places they are set in and give you a feel for the history and traditions of the place as well as being unputdownable stories

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  25. I have just read Summer at Skylark farm and really enjoyed reading it.

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  26. The Loney Andrew Michael Hurley: I've long been a fan of Tartarus Press, a small specialty publisher in the U.K. known for its high quality supernatural fiction. The Tartarus edition of The Loney, a first novel, received limited distribution in the U.S., but garnered praise from the likes of Stephen King ("It's not just good, it's great. An amazing piece of fiction"). Now a major American house is making this novel widely available. I'm curious to see what the excitement's about.

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  27. A Year of Marvellous Ways by Sarah Winman because it's quite magical.

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  28. Daughter of the Forest of Juliet Marillier, it's so special

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  29. Any contemporary is good in the summer especially Stephanie Perkins Anna and the French Kiss Trilogy

    Megan @ reading away the days

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  30. A summer read... I'll Meet You There by Heather Demetrios! It's one of the best YA books I've ever read and I wouldn't hesitate to recommend it one bit!

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  31. Reading Wicked from Jilly Cooper found it on my dad's stuff and its really cool even if its "old"

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  32. there are many books I'd love to read this summer ... but Hard Rules by Lisa Renee Jones is coming out this summer and I can't WAIT!!!

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  33. Thank you so much 😊😊 this is a great giveaway 😊 I will go with any Colleen Hoover books, they are quick and easy to read.

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  34. I recommend Girl Online by Zoella, I'm currently reading it and love it so far!

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  35. I just finished Eeny Meeny by M. J. Arlidge and it was wonderful to be read by the beach. In a dark, secluded house... it wouldn't have been the same ;)

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  36. rehana seedat email: dseedat@telkomsa.net I recommend the Outlander series for great summer reading.

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  37. The Choice by Nicholas Sparks. Any Nicholas Sparks novel will make for fabulous summer reading :)

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  38. The Butterfly Summer by Harriet Evans

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  39. Traces of Guilt by Dee Henderson - it's such a suspenseful thriller!
    Dianna

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  40. You have to read Paper Princess by Erin Watt. You'll love it.

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  41. Any of Colleen Coble's books... They are incredible! ;)

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  42. I really enjoy Daniel Steeles books

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  43. games of thrones. ive resiste watching but my partner handed me the books one days and im hooked

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  44. Maria Theresa SantosJune 18, 2016 at 10:06 AM

    some kind of Perfct by Kristaand Becca Ritchie

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  45. definitely recommend War and Peace - long but satisfying xx

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  46. Summer reads- anything by dinah jefferies or katherine Webb or Kate roidan

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  47. I love Carole Matthews 'A Cottage by the Sea' wanted to run away there!!

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  48. Like anything by Bill Bryson x

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  49. I recommend 'Not Quite Nice' by Celia Imrie because it is most amusing but also gives you that warm bubbly feeling of escapism

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  50. Stargirl by Jerry Spinelli it's so good

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  51. I'm really getting in to Nordic Noir at the moment..catching up on all of Henning Mankell's Kurt Wallander novels. They can be a little dark though, but I find it best to read those sort of books during the Summer months so they don't bring me down too much ;)

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  52. For a summer read I'd recommend Missing, Presumed by Susie Steiner - not particularly summery but it's out now and I hugely enjoyed it! Or Sisters and Lies by Bernice Barrington!

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  53. The Goldfinch by Donna Tartt - just an amazing book

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  54. You And Me, Always by Jill Mansell. It's a poignant read about love, loss and how nothing can stay hidden for ever...

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  55. The Girl on the Train - perfect read relaxing on a sun lounger!

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  57. The Midwife's Sister by Christine Lee - fascinating autobiography

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  58. I read Gone Girl for the billionth time, this summer. It really is a captivating book that won't let you stop reading for even a minute!

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  59. Any and all books. I don't really have a specific summer read, if it sounds good I will read it. :)

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  60. I just finished Radio Girls by Sarah-Jane Stratford. Awesome book about the early days of the BBC and strong women.

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  61. I am currently reading Hana Yori dango , a Japanese manga . You have to read it .Its awesome .

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  62. Anne of Green Gables because i am re-reading it right now.

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  63. I would recommend mystery and love books 'cause they are interesting!
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    In summer is a good chance to read more books and different genres! :)

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  65. Fantasy books, like The Name of the Wind. I love fantasy during summer because I can devote a lot of time to reading and really get into the worlds :)

    - Ana M

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  66. I'd recommend Charlaine Harris's living dead in dallas and adventure for Sookie in the city.

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  67. I would recommend Beach Town by Mary Kay Andrews - a great romance for summer reading.

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  68. I recommend The Guest Cottage by Nancy Thayer. Its a great summer rommance beach read! I loved it!

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  69. Me Before You - it is a fantastic book, and I believe that it is even better than the film

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  70. The Shoemaker's Wife by Adriana Trigiani- a totally absorbing, can't put it down read. The book to get you hooked on the author, a real epic journey.

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  71. PS I love you and The fault in our stars - both ideal for summer!

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  72. beach town x a great romantic novel

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  73. I recommended "the fault in our stars", it's one of my favorite books

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  74. You should check out Crystal Sellars. She is a great new author and her books are fabulous! Check out Summer Under My Quilt.

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  75. The Secrets of Happiness - Lucy Diamond. I recently read this whilst on the beach, perfect as its a feel good read that requires you to just get lost in it, no thought provoking story line so you can just read and relax.

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  76. I'm mainly into Crime/Thrillers not exactly summer reads generally but I did love The Time Travellers Wife which was so well written and utterly consuming - I couldn't put it down.

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  77. Disclaimer by Renée Knight great thriller, has a great ending.

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  78. Are you Experienced by William Sutcliffe - so funny & perfect light beach reading!

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  79. It would be great to win 8 books.
    In response to your question of
    Which summer read do you recommend and why?
    I recommend The Weekenders by Mary Kay Andrews
    because the characters are interesting,it's a great story
    and it takes place during the summer.
    Thank you for having this giveaway.

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  80. Maria Jane KnightJune 30, 2016 at 11:43 AM

    I know they are a little bit old school...but the Confessions of a Shopaholic series are incredibly funny books!!

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