Thursday, June 9, 2016

Debut Author Giveaway Hop

 
 
Enter this giveaway for a chance to win a debut worth $14. Good luck!
 

 
The winner will be notified by email and has 3 days to respond. Please make sure that withloveforbooks@gmail.com is on your list of approved addresses. All of our giveaways are international.
   

40 comments:

  1. Center Ring by Nicole Waggoner is a debut novel I read and absolutely loved. Very well written book about five friends trying to balance their lives in different ways. It's something a lot of women struggle with. It's a most enjoyable read!!

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  2. Center Ring by Nicole Waggoner is a debut novel I read and absolutely loved. Very well written book about five friends trying to balance their lives in different ways. It's something a lot of women struggle with. It's a most enjoyable read!!

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  3. You should read Pretending to Be Erica by Michelle Painchaud because it is unique!

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  4. Hi. I choose: Captive Prince (Book One) by C.S. Pacat
    Suena interesante y he escuchado muy buenas críticas de la trilogía. Me llama la atención la historia entre los dos reinos y los dos personajes principales. Me gusta leer novelas ambientadas en civilizaciones antiguas (ya sean reales o no), y cómo cada autor nos envuelve en una apasionada y turbulenta historia donde guerras, amor, poder se mezclan.
    :)
    Saludos

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  5. I want to read Fiona Barton’s debut novel, The Widow. It's about a child abductor whose wife helps him, by assuming a role that their marriage is fine. Then he dies and his wife is left to explain why her husband was a suspect. It sounds complicated but the book is being billed as the next, The Girl on the Train and Gone Girl, so I'd like to read it :)

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  6. The Love That Slit The World was a great 2016 author debut book because it put an awesomely unique spin on a time travel

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  7. Blackhearts by Nicole Castroman. It's still one of my favorite debuts until now. Thanks for the giveaway! <33

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  8. The Love That Split the World by Emily Henry, Kill the Boy Band by Goldy Moldavsky, and The Star-Touched Queen by Roshani Chokshi.

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  9. Kit de Waal's My Name is Leon.

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  10. The Girl from Everywhere by Heidi Heilig - it is amazing and has a whole new way of time travel.

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  11. Nine Minutes by Beth Flynn was a wonderful debut .

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  12. Red Rising By Pierce Brown was absoulutely amazing, not only for a debut novel, but a book in general.

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  13. Sorry! I haven't read any debut novels in a while. Therefore, I cannot pick one.

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  14. I want to read Close to You by Kara Isaac.

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  15. Last year I read Tahereh Mafi's debut novel Shatter Me and I loved it. I have since then read the second one in her Shatter Me series!!

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  16. I haven't read any of the debut novels yet.

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  17. I enjoyed Death at a Fixer-upper A Home Sweet Home Mystery By Sarah T. Hobart ♡ Thank you

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  18. Tell me three things by Julie Buxbaum because it might appear to be another cheesy cliche YA romance/drama but it's so much more than that! Such a fantastic novel and very cute!

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  19. Edenbrooke by Julianne Donaldson! The most romantic tension I've ever read in a clean romance!

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  20. I can't think of any debut novels that I'm dying to read. I'm so far behind on my TBR list that it generally takes me awhile to get around to new authors.

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  21. There are so many, but one that comes to mind is the Serpent King by Jeff Zentner. It was just an amazing coming of age story with so much heart and too many feels.

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  22. The only debut I've read this year is a book called Do Not Find Me. It was very well written. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  23. I haven't seen any debuts recently so I am not sure.

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  24. I loved Firsts, so that's my recommendation! It's gritty and quite daring, so check it out and read about it for yourself because as much as I'm a fan, I know it's not for everyone!

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  25. I haven't read any debut authors this year so far, been trying to catch up to my TBR. But I'm excited for The Crown's Game

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  26. I can't think of any debuts I have read this year but I did enjoy When we collided by Emery Lord it's the first time I have read one of her books.

    Megan @ reading away the days

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  27. I want to read Deborah Cooke debut novel Wyvern’s Mate (The Dragons of Incendium #1)! I love dragons anything with dragons or indication of dragons also it's been a while since I read a Sc-Fi Romance Fantasy book. Thank's for the giveaway!

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  28. I am stoked to read rebel of the sands. It looks like a great novel.

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  29. I dont really know if May Queen Murders is Sarah Jude's debut novel but i am so curious about the book!

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  30. Rebel of the Sands by Alwyn Hamilton! Both the word building and the writing are perfect!

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  31. Adorkable by Cookie O'Gorman. I read it a few days ago and I just loved it.

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  32. Into the Dim by Janet B. Taylor, it is a great time travel series!

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  33. I am entering your Debut Author Giveaway.
    It would be great to win a Debut Novel.
    In response to your question of
    Which debut do we absolutely have to read and why?
    I recommend Blackhearts by Nicole Castroman
    because the characters are interesting and it's a great story.
    Thank you for having this giveaway.

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  34. Fear My Mortality by Everly Frost. It has so many action and really good twists, and the story is so original and unique! It also has amazing characters and I LOVE that cover!

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  35. Center Ring by Nicole Waggoneris well written with compelling characters and a great story.

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  36. I can't think of debut authors I have read. I have read a few who have recently started writing g. I like Heidi

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  37. I can't think of debut authors I have read. I have read a few who have recently started writing g. I like Heidi

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