Friday, August 12, 2016

Seven Regular Paperbacks & One Signed Book Giveaway

 
Enter this giveaway for a chance to win seven regular paperbacks and one signed book.
 
 
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32 comments:

  1. I like to get inspired by book blogs but also my bookishly inclined friends. How often do I buy on such a recommendation? Hard to say, maybe 1 out of 5 books I guess.

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  2. I like to find recommendations from bloggers and reviews.

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  3. Blogs, Twitter, public library, mags, Goodreads. They are a major influence in purchasing books for me. Otherwise, I like to browse bookstores, read covers and first paras. Lara Maynard

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  4. Mostly book blogs, street teams, fb groups are where I find most book blurbs, deals and releases. Since I get get them on physical print, I have to purchase most books in their digital copies.

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  5. Several places :) When I get a book from a new autor always read critics in various blogs

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  6. I see books on Twitter that I like the look of, but I also like to come across books by chance in book shops.

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  7. I love reading blogs like this one. I also love to look in book shops too.

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  8. Latest bookstore releases, Goodreads, Amazon, and what my friends are reading are often where I find or read books. If I really love the book, I'll usually buy it soon after.

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  9. Goodreads, always. Sometimes through the giveaways, or friends' updates. Usually from the recommendations.

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  10. Lots of places! Authors' newsletters, book blogs, librarian recommendations.

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  11. I find them from blogs and goodreads. I use them about 55% of the time :]

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  12. Most of my book choices come from blogs. I pin and wishlist items, then buy them as I can.
    I also find out about new authors and titles from my friends, who are readers. We trade books a lot.
    Dianna

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  13. Most of videos of booktubers and blogs about books.
    I buy much books. It's my problem jeje

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  14. I usually learn of great reads from Goodreads or Twitter. Reviews from other bloggers always help, too.

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  15. Mostly online from GR or Booklikes and I do consider them when buying books. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  16. epicreads and blogs :) Friends too of course.. and the librarian ^^

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  17. I find book recommendations through blogs and reviews of the books, sometimes on Amazon or Goodreads. I don't always want to read the reviews as they sometimes give away the story. At times I just like the title or the cover. When I'm out shopping, the covers are important as it makes me take a look at the book and read the synopsis on the back of the book. :)

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  18. I love it! Thanks for the opportunity.

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  19. Of course from http://www.withloveforbooks.com/

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  20. I check book bloggers recommendations as well as Goodreads friends.

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  21. I find book recommendations on online book blogs and I pretty much depend on them to tell me if a book is worth reading or not.

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  22. I find book recommendations on online book blogs and Facebook. I've found a few blogs that have the same taste as me and I stick to those.

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  23. So many places! Goodreads, actual paper magazines, online magazines, friends, book blogs, podcasts, and probably some other places I'm missing. I can't resist a book recommendation resource. Almost all the books I buy are books I've seen recommended or talked about.

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  24. Tbh most of my books I found via Goodreads. That's the main source for me.
    Then twitter and booktube, and then blogs. But Goodreads is no 1.

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  25. I get my recommendations from literary podcasts, like Book Riot. They really impact my buying habits, if I feel like reading something new I usually go by what they recommend :)

    - Ana M

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  26. I usually get book recommendations from blogsites and it often affects whether I buy a book or not.

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  27. I usually get book recommendations from blogs, Goodreads and Youtube.

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  28. I mostly get my book recommendations from Goodreads because I practically live on that website but occasionally I'm inspired by book blog such as these . If I have a lot of recommendations, I try to figure out which one I want to read the most and then I'd buy said book.

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  30. It would be terrific to win seven paperbacks and one signed book.
    In response to your question of
    Where do you find your book recommendations
    and how often do you use them to buy books?
    I find my book recommendations on GoodReads but i don't use them when i buy books.
    I make up my own mind if i want to read a book.
    Thank you for having this giveaway.

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  31. ("Where do you find your book recommendations and how often do you use them to buy books?")

    I've been increasingly turning to blogs such as this one, and comparing book reviews/recommendations with those on sites such as Amazon and Goodreads. I will often see a blurb in a magazine (I have MANY subscriptions), in a random email newsletter, or on a "larger" blog that doesn't put a major focus on books (though it might have a smaller "arts/media" subsection). I do like to look at the national reviews sometimes, too. Sometimes, my mother will give me a book that she either loved or or "meh, not so much"'ed. (She gave me "The Girl on the Train" a few days ago, which she had acquired from her neighbor. Random things like that...)

    With all of this said: I have many lists, notes jotted down on bits of scrap paper, magazine clippings, and the like-- all with book titles that are interesting to me. However, I don't often get to purchase new (or used / thrift-store) books, because finances are of overwhelming concern. I did recently acquire a tablet, but I really just don't ~like~ e-books. It's not the same for me. And while one might imagine that I would want to take advantage of the public library, I really only check out DVDs/CDs, and reference-style books. I simply flutter around too much in my reading-- I'm not someone who picks up a novel and reads it all in one go.

    ...So! Here's a short 'n sweet version of the above:
    a) All over the place!
    b) Not as often as I would like, unfortunately.

    --Ann

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