Sunday, September 4, 2016

Book of Choice & 3 Book Necklaces Giveaway

 
The winner of this giveaway will receive 3 book necklaces and a book of choice worth $12. Good luck!
 

 
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86 comments:

  1. A lot of books....i read ARCs. I get kindle and print books!

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  2. I probably read about 40 to 50 books a year, mustly I pick them up at used book stores.

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  3. I can't even count how many books I read in a year, sometimes 3 in a week. I get kindle and print. From Amazon, bookshops, library, friends...

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  4. I probably read around 40 books a year. I am not a very fast reader. I tend to buy them from Amazon or charity shops and I win quite a lot of books in competitions which I love.

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  5. I love mysteries and suspense novels.I enter as many books I complete on Goodreads. Love the prizes. Happy Bookish Birthday!

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  6. I read a lot and I get a lot of them on Amazon

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  7. I try to read at least 50 a year, mostly from Waterstones or Amazon

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  8. I read about 50 books a year. I buy my books at Amazon.

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  9. I would say I read about 2 books a day on average, so around 750 or so a year. Mostly ebooks and often from Amazon.

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  10. I used to read close to 100 books a year but now its dropped to about 30 or 40 because of university. Most of my books come from Netgalley or Chapters (Canadian version of barnes and noble) :)

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  11. I read about 50 books a year, most are ARC's or books I win from giveaways. I've been wanting to go to our used book store, but it's never open :( We just lost another chain of a book/entertainment center, so we just have Walmart for books now, and their choices are limited. I also use Book Depository.

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  12. I don't read a set number of books per year I just go by what time I have and try to fit in as many as possible.

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  13. I read as many as I can each year, so the total varies. I read 180 last year. So far this year, I've read 123.

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    1. Forgot to state where I buy them. I primarily get ebooks from Amazon, sometimes iBooks. And I buy a lot of paperbacks/hardbacks from Half Price Books or Ollie's Bargain Outlet.

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  14. That really depends on my mood. I can read about 5 books a month so that's like 60 a year? But there are months where I read up to ten and others where I barely read ten pages (ahem holidays). Most of my books come from local bookstores, which are just Popular and Times bc everything else closed down :/ That's why I wait till I make a trip to Kunokinya bc nicer covers and HARDBACKS.

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  15. I read between 150 and 200 books per year, and I buy most often from our local bookstore where I go to events (Andersons) or from Amazon.

    Those necklaces are AMAZING! I seriously love them. Do you make them yourself?

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  16. I read around 50 books a year. Usually ebooks I download.

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  17. I read as many as I can usually that is around 50 books a year if I'm lucky and I generally shop from Book Depository!

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  18. Oh wow. I haven't actually read as much as I used to. I can finish a book in one sitting if I didn't have to do anything else. Right now I'm just trying to get back to reading before I go to sleep. I usually buy books from the local bookstore or go on a 1-click frenzy on Amazon.

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  19. Lately i have been reading a bit less because of lack of time but a minimum of 50books per years ( instead or 100 last year for example) bookdepository or actual shop

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  20. I read about more than 100 books a year. I mostly buy my books at Amazon.

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  21. Too many to count,

    Independant bookshops, amazon, ebay, bootsales, shpock, Waterstones etc whenever I can get a good book

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  22. I usually aim for about 80 books a year, but tend to get pretty close to 100. :) And I like to shop at Amazon... or at thrift stores where I can pick up books for about 50 cents!

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  23. I don't read very fast so maybe 25 to 50 a year. I mostly shop for books on Amazon but sometimes will shop at Walmart for them in my town :)

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  24. I read usually around 30 books a year and I purchase most of my books from Amazon.

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  25. Usually I set a low Goodreads goal (around 30 books) but then I end up reading 60 or 70 books. As for book buying the majority are bought online on The Book Depository or Awesome Books (they're cheaper and there's lots of great deals!) and also on physical bookshops. :)

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  26. I usually buy my books as ebooks from Amazon and average about 20 per year

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  27. I usually read around 200-300 books a year. I get my books from Barnes and Noble and from Amazon.

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  28. usually around 70 books a year! from chapters and book depository :3

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  29. I normally go through 2 or 3 a week so that's around 100 - 150 a year. Most are from charity shops, second-hand book stores, eBay, Amazon or The Book Depository and I win roughly 10 a year as well! Then there's presents ...

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  30. Depends,above 100,and I buy books on Amazon,Book Depository,local bookstore :)

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  31. It depends on the "year" and what i'm doing but perhaps 4 books per year is the mininum if it happens to have a lot to do! I like to buy it on Amazon, Wook or Fnac!

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  32. I probably get through 50 not counting textbooks, I am a sucker for oxfam – cheap and I can usually find things I wouldn't search for on my own.

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  33. I used to read way more books a year (a couple of years ago I did the 50 book challenge where you read 50 books minimum in a year) but as I've gotten older and I've gained more responsibilities, I don't have as much time. Read a bunch on Wattpad though! Usually get books from Amazon or Waterstones

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  34. I dont read as much as I would like but I get a lot of my books from Amazon and second hand book shops.

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  35. About 80 a year. I read a lot from the library and also buy from Amazon, B & N, and used book stores.

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  36. Maybe 300-400 a year? Some are rereads, most are new. I buy from amazon, walmart, and thrift/used bookstores, but I also give my library card a workout. In fact, I'm so well-known there that I have my own "request shelf" where books I'm waiting on stay until I pick them up.

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  37. It differs from year to year, but on average about 100 books and I shop for them mostly on Amazon or TBD, but I also buy used on fleamarkets.

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  38. Average about 100 books a year - mostly ebooks from Amazon. I buy from book sales at my library for a lot of my physical books

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  39. I'd say I read 80+ books per year.
    Most of them I buy online via The Book Depository. If they don't ha ve edition I want I can use Amazon UK but the postage costs a lot (8pounds per book) so I use it only when there's no other options.
    I also love to buy book via web site Awesome Books - it's my main choice for used chick lits.
    Also, kindle copies (that I read on my phone) I buy via Amazon US, and of course, bookstores in general, but my favorite is called Algoritam bc it has international editions.

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  40. I'd say I read 80+ books per year.
    Most of them I buy online via The Book Depository. If they don't ha ve edition I want I can use Amazon UK but the postage costs a lot (8pounds per book) so I use it only when there's no other options.
    I also love to buy book via web site Awesome Books - it's my main choice for used chick lits.
    Also, kindle copies (that I read on my phone) I buy via Amazon US, and of course, bookstores in general, but my favorite is called Algoritam bc it has international editions.

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  41. I read about 30 books a year! I have kids so its hard to get as much reading done as I'd like ����

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  42. 3-4 books and i usually bought them in a book store =)

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  43. I read around 15-20 books per year, depending on how busy I am and all. i usually order them online (since I'm from Europe but prefer reading in English)

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  44. Audiobooks... over 100 a year... 50 ebooks and probably 20 paperbacks.. Thats guessing

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  45. I read about 40-50 books a year and buy most of them as ebooks on Amazon.

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  46. oh gosh I don't really know -- lots! I am a voracious reader and always have a book in hand. I usually shop on Amazon but do got to B&N too

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  47. I read between 100 to 150 books pero year. I usually shop on Amazon and book depository.

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  48. I mainly buy my books from Amazon. I'm not sure how many books I read a year but it isn't as much as I use to since I've switched to ebooks which are great because of how fast and easy it is to find books but I sort of like holding a real book in my hands when I read.

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  49. Between 75 and 100. I get them on Amazon or iBooks.

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  50. Last year I read 276 different books, I also read lots more than once, so it would be more like 320, I think. I get my ebooks from amazon, as I've won several gift cards. I get my paper backs from wherever has the lowest price, it's usually AbeBooks.
    jen dot barnard at btinternet dot com

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  51. Last year I read 276 different books, I also read lots more than once, so it would be more like 320, I think. I get my ebooks from amazon, as I've won several gift cards. I get my paper backs from wherever has the lowest price, it's usually AbeBooks.
    jen dot barnard at btinternet dot com

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  52. Usually around 50 books per year. I mostly borrow books, but when I do buy them I buy it at my local bookstore or TBD

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  53. Usually around 50 books per year. I mostly borrow books, but when I do buy them I buy it at my local bookstore or TBD

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  54. I probably read a hundred or more books a year. I buy them from Amazon or get them at the library.

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  55. Mostly online or book sales. I try to read more than 50. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  56. I read about 80 books a year. I receive a lot of ARCs and I buy discounted books for my Kindle. I also go to the library regularly.

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  57. I read over 300 books and buy them from Book Depository, Better World Books, ARe, Amazon

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  58. I'm guessing about 150-175 books per year. Most of the time, I'm reading, or I'm listening to an audio book. I buy most of my books at Amazon/Audible. Happy Bookish Birthday! :)

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  59. I'm guessing about 150-175 books per year. Most of the time, I'm reading, or I'm listening to an audio book. I buy most of my books at Amazon/Audible. Happy Bookish Birthday! :)

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  60. Around 50 books per year... mostly from the book depository :)

    - Ana M

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  61. I usually buy them on bookdepository and read 90 / 100 every year

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  62. I don't know yet since i only started last March to keep track of the books i've read. I love buying books online on fb especially preloved.

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  63. I don't even know how many books I read... I've lost count.

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  64. Well, I've read exactly 200 until today and the year's still now over. I buy them on The Book Depository and on Amazon (when TBD doesn't have it).

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  65. I normally read about a book/week. Sometimes more, sometimes less. I get them from authors and publishers who want me to review them. ;)

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  66. I read under 5 books a year and all are bought from Book Depository.

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  67. That´s hard to say... Perhaps about 50 books a year. A lot of them comes from Amazon and Book Depository.

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  68. I'd say about 30 books per year. I usually shop on Amazon.

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  69. I read about 75-100 books a year not including my hundreds of Wattpad books bc I don't have the time to count them all

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    1. And I usually get my books from all over, never really the same place

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    2. Love reading so would love to win this x

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    3. Love reading so would love to win this x

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    4. Love reading so would love to win this x

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  70. No idea. Last year I read around 50, this year not so many, 20-30 maybe. I'm a Kindle girl mostly.

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  71. I read about 50 books a year, give or take. I like going to used bookstores and finding books.

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  72. My daughter and I read at least 20 books a year and she shops on Amazon or purchases them from our local Library or thrift stores.
    twinkle at optonline dot net

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  73. It would be great to win 3 book necklaces
    and a book of my choice worth $12.
    In response to your questions of
    How many books do you read per year and where do you shop for them?
    I read an average of ten books per year
    and i buy them at local bookstores,thrift shops or garage sales.
    Thank you for having this giveaway.

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  74. I read around 100-120 books a year. I get most of mine from Book Outlet, Amazon and PaperbackSwap. Oh and when I win on blog giveaways! :)

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  75. I try to read 2-3 books each week. Last year I read 87 books, but I have read more books this year thus far than I had last year. I normally purchase books online.

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  76. Around 30-40 books a year, that's all I can read with school and work and a bit of a social life lol. I usually buy my books from BookDepository cos I prefer reading in English.

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  77. Oh, my gosh. I have no idea how many, really! :) I would say that I don't -finish- nearly as many books as the other commenters here. I do, however, start and stop and skip around quite a bit (ADHD!)-- I'm always perusing, and there are books EVERYWHERE here. All over the place, in every room.
    Lately I've developed something of a mild obsession with Amazon, and I watch for price drops on my many wish lists. I don't buy many books there, though. When I do, I try to get a used copy. I'm more likely to buy a book from a thrift store, or Half Price Books. There are also a handful of Little Free Library locations in my neighborhood, so I stop every once in awhile to see what's available and/or drop a few books off.
    --Ann

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