Sunday, July 3, 2016

Giveaway - Win 8 Amazing Books

 
Enter this giveaway for a chance to win eight wonderful books. The copy of Lies We Tell Ourselves is signed.
 
 
Good luck!
  
 
The winner will be notified by email and has 3 days to respond. Please add withloveforbooks@gmail.com to your list of approved email addresses. All of our giveaways are international.

87 comments:

  1. I don't think I have a fav so far this year but I do have a few on my tbr

    Lainy http://www.alwaysreading.net

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  2. I can never pick favorites, but I recently read A Court of Mist and Fury and it is definitely a favorite.

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  3. My favorite summer YA read would be We Were Liars by E. Lockhart. I just love the twist in the ending.

    Btw, Everything Everything & I'll Give You the Sun are on my wishlist, so yeah, really hopong to win. 😭 Thank you the chance to win those beauties. 😊

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  4. Paper Princess by Erin Watt . Can't wait for the second book. Thanks for the chance.

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  5. Along for the ride by Sarah Dessen. It such a great story :)

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  6. My favorite this summer was fangirl. I know, I am late to the party. But I read it last month and loved it!

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  7. Any Rainbow Rowell book!!! I don't know why but all of them seem to be great

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  8. My favorite YA summer read is The Unexpected Everything! It was much better than what I expected, I thought it was just a light, fun read but it was so much more! Very heart warming.

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  9. It would be Since You've Been Gone by Morgan Matson,it inspired me to get out of my comfort zone a lot more.

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  10. My fav YA Summer read is I'll Give The Sun. Read it in 2014 and loved it. So good.

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  11. I read so many books, I could never choose a favorite. Each one is my favorite while I'm reading it.

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  12. Oh, Suze, I'm far to old for YA! However I did enjoy Katy Haye's 'The Last Gatekeeper' that I won last year.

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  13. My favourite is The Birthing House by Christopher Ransom.

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  14. My favourite is Graceling, by Kristin Cashore. I had read this book, and the trilogy, this summer (January-Febrary) in my country and i love this books.
    I like the powerful girls caracters in the 3 books, how they should face different obstacles and the decision whether to share her life with a man or live alone.

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    1. In the southern hemisphere, summer is in January and February

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  15. I don't have a favorite. I love all books :)

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  16. No favorites yet this year, but working on it!

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  17. The Fault in Our Stars by John Green it was such a great book

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  18. Carry On by Rainbow Rowell...I fangirled all the way through!

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  19. I'll probably dip into the hunger games again

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  20. none; didn't read any

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  21. Riders by Veronica Rossi so good :)

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  22. I just finished The Handmaid's Tale and I absolutely LOVED it

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  23. Starting From Here. It's just an easy fun read, nice break from all fantasy and dystopian novels I usually read :)

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  24. Currently reading Since you've been gone by Morgan Matson and absolutely loving it!

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  25. I don't have a favorite .. I read based on my moods ... no matter the season

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  26. Anna and the French Kiss its just an awesome romance for summer.

    Megan @reading away the days

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  27. I read based on my moods but I think I would go with Anna and the French Kiss which is just the perfect summer read.
    Thanks for this chance anyway :)

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  28. I don't know what a "summmer read" is. I read what I like when I want to, lol The last book I read was Karma, by Donna Augustine which I loved :)

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  29. Cutting Up The Competition by Carissa Lynch Because The 1st book was Really Great, Cheerleading Can be Murder

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  30. I love "obsidian" cause this saga is just perfect

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  31. I love Morgan Matson's book because they're light and fast-paced and have swoon worthy romantic interests <3. Thank you for the giveaway!

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  32. Everything, Everything by Nicola Yoon. Part love story, part coming of age story, part drama, this was a heart warming, emotional, and at times, amusing read that I thought was really sweet. It was extremely well written, and really captured the spirit of Maddie, a girl who has spent her life dealing with being locked in her own home, with no contact with the outside world.

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  33. Sorry i made a mistake . I put the shared fb link in the twitter entrance and the twitter tweet in the fb entrance .
    Thank you :)

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  34. The Girl With All The Gifts was pretty amazing! Read it all in one day!

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  35. My favorite "summery" read so far has been The Serpent King

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  36. My favorite summer read was More Happy Than Not by Adam Silvera, because it was written with so much passion and perfection... The book made me cry very hard. I recommend it to all. BTW, thanks for this giveaway!

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  37. Anything by Kasie West! I recently read her newest book P.S I Like You and I really love it :))

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  38. Anything by Kasie West! I recently read her newest book P.S I Like You and I really love it :))

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  39. I love the Hunger Games and would reread it often. Summer is a time for some oldies, but goodies! Annie JC

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  40. Every thing Every thing is in my wish list so yaah! I can't really choose over books it's really hard!

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  41. My favorite YA summer read is Jellicoe Road. I never get sick of it!

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  42. My favorite YA summer read is Jellicoe Road. I never get sick of it!

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  43. My favorites so far this summer have been And I Darken by Kiersten White and the Air Awakens series by Elise Kova. =]

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  44. Hi, My favorite is this summer is the P C Cast and Kristin Cast - House of Night Series

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  45. A fun contemporary - like The Fill-In Boyfriend by Kasie West or Meg Cabot books. :)

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  46. The Hunger Games is my favorite.

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  47. I don't have one, I just read whatever calls my attention! :) But ly last summer reading was Mortal Instruments..

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  48. I don't have a favorite yet, but in summer I read Firsts and I loved it <3

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  49. I haven't got one as yet but will keep on the search

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  50. Love reading anthing b Colleen Hoover because her writing is amazing.

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  51. I'm currently reading Sarah J. Maas's ACOTAR and loving it. I did read Nantucket Blue about two summers ago and I loved it. Ruby

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  52. I have so many favorite reads.....The Hunger Games trilogy is probably my favorite. It's just so different than other books I've read.
    Dianna

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  53. My favorite summer reads would be from my country's author :/ but from the international author will be Looking for Alaska by John Green (bit old, i know)

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  54. I love books by Penelope Douglas. This woman can write and her stories has it all.

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  55. Some nice cover designs there.
    How about a classic. My niece is reading Black Beauty.

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  56. Probably Fangirl, I love Rainbow Rowell

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  57. So far it's "Heroes of the Frontier" by Dave Eggers. It's well-written and so entertaining.

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  58. I don't have a favorite YA summer read. Maybe one of these will end up being the one! :)

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  59. So far my favourites have been both To All The Boys I've Loved Before and the sequel P.S. I Still Love You

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  60. Love all the Hunger Games Series, and also A court of Mist and Fury.

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  61. yay im so excited about this book giveaway

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  62. Of these? EVERYTHING EVERYTHING
    So far? TBD ... but any pick from FOOLS GOLD by Susan Mallery is a winner.

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  63. I think my favorite book that I'd classify as a "summer read" feel is To All the Boys I Loved Before. I am not a huge fan of straight up fluff, but that one really made me smile. Wanderlost is another great one!

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  64. One of my favorites is The Summer of Skinny Dipping by Amanda Howells :)

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  65. One of my favorite summer readings is What happened to goodbye by Sarah Dessen. But all of her books are perfect summer readings. WHtG is a lovely story of a young girl trying to find herself after her parents' divorce.

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  66. My favorite so far has been Grin and Beard It by Penny Reid! Gosh, that book is so amazing! ❤❤❤❤

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  67. My perfect summer read is something light and fluffy, last summer I read the summer I turned pretty and really loved that.

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  68. Fangirl always seems to be a book I love to read on summery days, it's so light and enjoyable - and the cover just screams summer!

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  69. I don't have a favorite summer YA read but there are a number of them that I have enjoyed.

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  70. Hello! It depends on what you mean by "summer read". My favourite book that I read every summer is The Unbecoming of Mara Dyer, by Michelle Hodkin. My favourite read from this summer would probably be A Thousand Pieces of You, by Claudia Gray. Thanks for the giveaway :)

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  71. I loved The Unexpected Everything. Long, fun and full of feels!

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  72. Hm...I don't know. I guess Anna and the French Kiss would be one because it's fun and romantic and that's always nice for the summer!

    -Lauren

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  73. Right now it's A Court of Mist and Fury. So good! :)

    - Ana M

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  74. Beautiful Broken Things as I like how the story focuses on friendship

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  75. Summer trilogy by Jenny Han, it was a really emotional read that really embodies summer and it is complex and simple at the same time. Thank you for the giveaway :D

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  76. Any Kelly Oram book! I love them! Especially The Avery Shaw Experiment, it's a really light and fun reading, perfect for summer :)

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  77. My current favourite YA novels are The Court of Thorns and Roses series by Sarah J Maas.

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  78. Far too old for YA novels but read all genres avidly. My most recent favourite is Solomon Creed by Simon Toyne, a thriller that was such compulsive reading it went everywhere with me so that not a minute was wasted when I cold be reading.A start of a series to come.

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  79. Its any beach side based YA books, because that's what I started reading in the Summer two years back and that is now like ritual for me. I love Abbi Glines's Sea Breeze series.

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  80. All of the Harry Potter books :-)

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