Saturday, July 16, 2016

Suze's Netgalley 300 Milestone Top 15 & Giveaway

By Suze
 
 
In a little over two years I managed to review 300 Netgalley books. It's wonderful that I've been able to read so many amazing novels and I feel lucky every time I look at my Netgalley library.
 

I've made a top 15 of the Netgalley books I liked the most. These books all impressed me because of their beautiful writing, original and fascinating stories and their overall quality. I highly recommend each of these novels.

 
To celebrate my milestone I'm giving away $20 to spend on books from my top 15 to one winner. 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.

43 comments:

  1. I have a net galley and loved a book called "Race Girl" :)

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  2. I'd love The Little Wedding Shop by the Sea. I really like wedding related books and like when they are based in (or around) shops. :) Makes me want to meet the customers in person.

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  3. I don't have Netgalley, but if I won I'd probably choose either Hold Me Close by Megan Hart and/or Bright Stars because they sound interesting, and are on my TBR list.

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  4. Which book would you choose if you'd win and why?: I'd choose Little Wedding Shop by the Sea. You reviewed it recently and it made me want to read it, it's been added to my TBR list

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  5. I would choose "Letting In Light", the cover appeals to me, it makes me wonder where the woman is going and what she is going to do.

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  6. I don't use Netgalley, so I'd choose "The little Paris Bookshop" and "The little Wedding Shop by the Sea" as both seem to be lovely cozy reads.

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  7. I would choose the oleander sisters, it has a beautiful cover

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  8. I'd like to read Girl at War. It's on my TBR. I read a bit about it somewhere and it appeals to me.

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  9. I never request on NetGalley, but I love the new "wish" feature. A few great books I read via wishes: The Lovely Reckless, Last Seen Leaving. I was lucky that Letting In Light was a read now, and I loved it!

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  10. The Little Paris Bookshop sounds fab. My type of read.

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  11. I'd pick (relying on your reviews) either The Little Paris Bookshop by Nina George or Janina Matthewson's Of Things Gone Astray. Both appeal to my sense of quirkiness.

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  12. I have Netgalley but I rarely read books from there, because I don't seem to finish ebooks like I do paperback books. One story that I really liked from Netgalley was Love Letters from the Dead by Ava Dellaira.

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  13. maybe the furies- haven't read

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  14. Megan Hart's Hold Me Close. Don't have Netgallery.

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  15. I think I would pick Bright Stars.
    Megan @reading away the days

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  16. I have a netgalley but haven't reguested a galley in a long time . Don't know which one i would choose .

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  17. It's really hard to choose from among the hundreds, really, really, really :) xx

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  18. I think I would choose The little paris bookshop

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  19. I would go for The Little Paris Bookshop as I always love to read stories set in Paris and anything that involves a bookshop! :)

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  20. I think i would choose The Oleander Sisters

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  21. I have NetGalley and I have read a lot of pretty amazing books. But the latest really good book was Play Dead
    by Angela Marsons.

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  22. Wow. 300 books! That's amazing. Go, you! :)

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  23. Reapers MC Books by Joanna Wylde :)
    Bravo Suze! :)

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  24. I'm interested in reading "Hold Me Close" by Megan Hart.

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  25. I'd like to read Of Things Gone Astray, or The Furies :)

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  26. Congratulations on achieving a milestone, Suze! I would probably pick Cupcakes and Confetti (The Little Wedding Shop by the Sea, Book 1) Thank you. :)

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  27. Don't have Net Galley but I'd choose Little Wedding Shop By The Sea. Sounds like an enjoyable read. Thanks for the chance.
    Carol L
    Lucky4750 (at) aol (dot) com

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  28. Don't have Net Galley but I'd choose Little Wedding Shop By The Sea. Sounds like an enjoyable read. Thanks for the chance.
    Carol L
    Lucky4750 (at) aol (dot) com

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  29. Nora and Kettle looks really good.

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  30. In case you don't have Netgalley:
    Which book would you choose if you'd win and why?

    I'd choose The Little Paris Bookshop because I've read the synopsis and it sound very interesting!

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  31. Hi thank you so much for this giveaway :-) I really enjoyed reading The Last of the Firedrakes by Oomerbhoy and Inherit the Stars by Tessa Elwood. I have so many books in my Netgalley shelf, I need to catch up :-)

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  32. i would choose the Little Paris Bookshop because It sounds so interesting it sounds like my type of book

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  33. Don't have Net Galley. Me&Mr. J sounds awesome.

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  34. The One Thing by Marci Lyn Curtis was the first NetGalley book I just totally ADORE!!

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  35. I'd love the Oleander Sisters Sisters and Lies. Love both covers and I've heard amazing things about both books

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  36. I don't have Net Galley. I think I would have to choose Hold Me Close by Megan Hart.

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  37. I've only read three books from NetGalley but my favourite one out of the three is The Fourth Piece by E. Ardell.

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  38. I would choose Hold me Close; Megan Hart's books are always compelling and unique.

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  39. I would love any book as I read all genres.

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  40. It would be great to win $20 to spend on books
    from Suze’s Netgalley top 15.
    In response to your questions of
    In case you have Netgalley:
    What's your favorite Netgalley book?
    In case you don't have Netgalley:
    Which book would you choose if you'd win and why?
    I don't have Netgalley.I have never heard of it until now.
    The book i would choose is Cupcakes and Confetti
    The Little Wedding Shop by the Sea by Jane Linfoot
    because after i saw it on your blog it caught my attention
    and it sounds like an interesting book.
    Thank you for having this giveaway.

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  41. I'd have to read the blurb of the books they all look good by the cover Thanks

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