Monday, June 6, 2016

Happy Father's Day Giveaway Hop

 
Enter this giveaway for a chance to win a $15 Amazon gift card. Good luck!
 


The winner will be notified by email and has three days to respond. All of our giveaways are international.
 
Welcome to the Happy Father's Day Blog Giveaway Hop hosted by MamatheFox and On Honeysuckle Hill! At each stop in this hop you can find a fun prize valued at $15 or more. Be sure to come back for your daily entries to increase you chances of winning! Good Luck
 
 

43 comments:

  1. Thank you so much for this great giveaway 😊😊

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  2. 1,000 Record Covers by Michael Ochs, Letters to My Dad, and The Smartest Book in the World by Greg Proops

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  3. Any book by Stephen King . Thank you for the chance .

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  4. OMG I have no idea maybe something from Clive Barker.

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  5. The Book Thief. I loved the father figure in it. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  6. Love you dad, A book of thanks by Melina gerosa Bellows....because it's so moving, so cute that no oen shoudl be able to resist it ( and we should remember to tell thanks more often to our parents when we still have them)

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  7. I have absolutely no idea what to recommend for Father's Day - my Dad rarely reads books, although he is fond of reading the newspapers. Same with my husband, not much of a reader, although he likes an occasional true crime non-fiction book. Rafflecopter entries are in my real name NIKKI HAYES, thanks for another lovely giveaway :o)

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  8. I would recommend a book by Dan Brown or James Patterson.

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  9. Something by Stephen King...

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  10. I would go with Steven King.

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  11. I would recommend one of James Patterson's books. I think they are definitely a man's book.

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  12. Any book by Bill O'Reilly.

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  13. Oh I would recommend 88 Great Daddy-Daughter Dates! I remember growing up my dad always took us out and I have such beautiful memories of my daddy daughter time!

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  14. thats a good question..i havent read stephen king or dan brown or james patterson, but from all of these i would probably say stephen king, there would be probably a book my dad would be interested.. i mean he is not a reader so yeah xD

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  15. My Dad wasn't a great reader apart from when he was in hospital. Then it was WW l & ll non-fiction that interested him till one day he picked up one of my Carl Hiaasen novels that I'd left lying around & begged for more! They're really funny but with serious agendas such as environmental conservation, political corruption etc. at their heart.

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  16. Paul Rieser's books are great and so real.
    Sherry Compton
    savewish@yahoo.com

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  17. I entered the $50 Amazon/BN GC giveaway.
    Entered the incorrect info on rafflecopter.

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  18. Stories from My Father's Barbershop by Joe David Garner. It's a great book about Fathers.

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  19. I would recommend any book by James Patterson. My father has read his books for years and loves them.

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  20. The League of Outsider Baseball, by Gary Cieradkowski

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  21. For my dad, I would recommend National Wildlife Federation Field Guide to Trees of North America as he loves working with wood and identifying trees.

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  22. The Book of Guys by Garrison Keillor.

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  23. The Fifth Season by N. K> Jesmisin cause my dad loves epic fantasy.

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  24. The last book I gave my dad was Any Human Heart and he really enjoyed it :)

    - Ana M

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  25. maybe a Stephen King

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  26. I would pick anything to do with sports

    Megan @ reading away the days

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  27. My dad always enjoyed anything related to history or astronomy.

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  28. I'd recommend Gas Money by Troy Lewis. I haven't read it yet, but it's on my nightstand :) It's a story of a man, from when he was five, and all the different people he's met and how they influenced his life thru the years :)

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  29. For several days, I couldn't think of any sort of title to recommend for Father's Day. But suddenly, for some reason, one came to mind just now.
    I would suggest Richard Russo's "Empire Falls." A great strength of this novel is in its amazing portrayal of relationships, and a central focus is on the one between the main character and his teenage daughter. A very rewarding read, and very much recommended.

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  30. I recommend any book a father can read to his kids as a gift. Reading to kids, especially a father as a role model of reading, is so important!

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  31. I would recommend Dead Wake, or any book by Erik Larson. Nonfiction written like prose, very enjoyable to read and very informative.

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  32. I am entering your Happy Father's Day Giveaway.
    It would be great to win a $15 Amazon gift card.
    In response to your question of
    Which book would you recommend for Father's Day and why?
    I would recommend The Road by Cormac McCarthy
    because it's an interesting story about a Father and Son.
    Thank you for having this giveaway.

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  33. The Tears of Dark Water by Corbin Addison is one I think men would enjoy.

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  34. My husband favourite books are the Sharp book by Bernard cornwell.

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  35. My husband favourite books are the Sharp book by Bernard cornwell.

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  36. I recommend Let's Pretend This Never Happened by Jenny Lawson for Father's Day. It's about an eccentric childhood, but has a really good plot.

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  37. I would suggest The Martian. It is a great story of survival. It is one of the best books that I have read in the last few years.

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  38. I recommend the book, Guinness World Records, which is updated every year.

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  39. So sad I missed this giveaway, but I am looking forward for next year's father day giveaway. But I believe we don't have to wait for fathers day to make our daddy's feel special. We should show it everyday, just like what I've read from custom essays written. We should show love and appreciation everyday.

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