Saturday, October 1, 2016

Eight Amazing Books Giveaway

 
Enter this giveaway for a chance to win a box filled with eight amazing books. Good luck!
 
 
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79 comments:

  1. Stephen King because he's the father of descriptive writing. Completely.

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  2. Dean Koontz ... I discovered him in my teens and he's still my fave author. I love how he dips into the whole spectrum of speculative fiction, from horror to sci-fi to paranormal, and never neglects the core of every good story, characters that come alive while you're reading about them.

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  3. Sue Townsend (RIP) loved all her books as they made me laugh so much especailly The Quene and I.

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  4. I would say Anne Rice. I love her Lestat and Witches series. She could really tell a Vampire story.

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  5. I love Patricia Cornwell, she is an amazing crime fiction author xx

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  6. Karen Marie Moning, her world building is outstanding :) x

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  7. I have a long list of authors I love to read. If I had to choose just one it would have to be Danielle Steel.

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  8. Oh, there are many for me. So I'll pick Donna Grant as one of them. Her characters re amazing and I can't get enough. :)
    Carol L
    Lucky4750 (at) aol (dot) com

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  9. Oh, there are many for me. So I'll pick Donna Grant as one of them. Her characters re amazing and I can't get enough. :)
    Carol L
    Lucky4750 (at) aol (dot) com

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  10. Mary Kubica is my favorite author. I love the way she writes and her plot twists!

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  11. Jojo Moyes because I love her writing style.

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  12. no fav- not every author's book is interesting

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  13. It's hard for me to pick a favorite, because every time I read a great book, that particular author seems to be my fav until the next great read!

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    1. I put a wrong answer on one of the other questions on the rafflecoptor about what other giveaway that I entered, it should have been "Two book necklaces, book earrings & a book of choice worth $10.

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  14. I love Charlaine Harris, she makes the characters so down to earth and likable.

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  15. JD Robb AKA Nora Roberts as she is so prolific

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  16. If I have to choose only one it would be JK Rowling for opening up a entire world full of magic.

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  17. Erica Spindler, she writes great mysteries.

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  18. my favourite is Charles Dickens, i know its an old one but i love history and his style of writing, Bleak House is my favourite book

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  19. Different authors for different types of books, 3 that come to mind are Marian Keyes, Ian Rankin and Jo Nesbo. But there are many others and always new authors to discover!

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  20. I have many favorite authors but I really love Sylvain Reynard; he writes characters so well and his stories are always are intriguing, romantic and interesting, and set in amazing locales

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  21. Tess Gerritsen because her novels are very well written, thrilling and informative medical wise

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  22. Very hard to choose as I just love reading everything - Lisa Jewell is very good and Kathy Reichs.

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  23. Stephen King is my favorite writer. I love mysteries, thrillers and spooky stories and he combines them all into one book. Plus he likes to write longgggggggg stories and you always like to have books that never seem to end :)

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  24. It is hard to chose a favorite but Stephen King is my all time favorite.

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  25. I've always thought Hilary Mantel was fab at writing :)

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  26. Justin Cronin - he paints such an amazing picture with his words!

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  27. Morgan Matson! She writes such sweet stories :)

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  28. So many. But my most favorite is Penelope Ward.

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  29. Kathy Reich’s Death de Jour

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  30. George R R Martin as I think his the greatest writer if our times

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  31. My favourite is Nicholas Sparks because they take me away to another romantic world.

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  32. I have many favourite authors, but at the moment my favourite is Jodi Taylor: I adore her Chronicles of St. Mary's Series, I'm quite addicted to it!

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  33. Lesley Pearse, she writes characters so well and the stories are always interesting!

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  34. I don't have just 1! Jodi Picoult, Nicholas Sparks, Sarah Maas, Julie Kagawa, Nora Roberts, to name a few.

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  35. One of my favorites is Lynsay Sands. Her books always make me laugh.

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  36. Roald Dahl is still one of my favourites, he was a means for me to escape when I was younger.

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  37. I have a few :)
    Cynthia Eden,Nora Roberts,Sherrily Kenyon,Elle Kennedy,Linda Howard,Marina Adair,etc.. :D

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  38. I couldn't possibly choose a favourite author, I will literally read any fiction.

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  39. I have so many favorites to pick just one
    I do love Diana Gabaldon because she was my first ;)

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  40. I love a portuguese author named Afonso Cruz. He writes the most beautiful books and makes me see the world in a different way

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  41. I don't have a favorite writer. I like reading many books from many different writers!
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  42. I have too many but an all time favourite of mine is the book thief by Markus Zusak

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  43. I love James Patterson, his books leave me guessing and always leave me wanting more

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  44. Jodi picoult, there is always a twist and her stories always leave me with plenty to think about

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  45. Right now my favorite author is Lisa Scottoline because her books are very suspenseful.
    Dianna

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  46. James Clavell, I love books set in historical Asia and its all thanks to Clavell's Shogun :)

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  47. J.K. Rowling because she created a world I wish to live in.

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  48. Hard to pick just one... Peter James, Susan Hill or JK Rowling I think! :D

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  49. My favourite author is Leigh Bardugo because she is so damn good in describing fantasy worlds!

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  50. Penelope Douglas. She writes stories that are filled with passion, angst and lust. And I love that.

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  51. I love jk Rowling cuz she is the queen 👑

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  52. Oh wow I can't choose a favourite, I have so many! Terry Pratchett, Kelley Armstrong, Melissa Marr, JK Rowling... they are all such amazing writers and I can get totally immersed in their books when I read them.

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  53. Jane Costello and Tracy Buchanan...I love their writing style and stories. I can't wait to read all the other authors thou

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  54. I like Maggie O'Farrell because her books touch me more than any others I've read.

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  55. I have several favorites, so hard to choose. I'm going to say my favorite is Ann Patchett, she always writes such interesting and deep stories.

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  56. Nalini Singh. I've never read a book of hers that I haven't loved, she drawers you in from the first page.
    jen dot barnard at btinternet dot com

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  57. Nalini Singh. I've never read a book of hers that I haven't loved, she drawers you in from the first page.
    jen dot barnard at btinternet dot com

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  58. My favorite author is Stephen King because his books scare the crap out of me.

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  59. Chris Carter - a good mix of crime and horror. Don't read One By One if you are scared of insects.

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  60. Nicholas Sparks, I just love his stories and characters!

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  61. Catherine Alliott - great characters and stories

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  62. My favorite authors are the classics, Jane Austen and Pearl S. Buck.

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  63. There are so many- but a Milly Johnson book always makes me smile.

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  64. I almost always read YAY novels, however, when I just want a relaxing read I always fall back on Stephanie Laurens. She is my top favorite author to read when I am in a funk.

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  65. I almost always read YAY novels, however, when I just want a relaxing read I always fall back on Stephanie Laurens. She is my top favorite author to read when I am in a funk.

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  66. I love to read all types of book and try things new, but I will always love James Patterson, I find them hard to put down!

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  67. It would be terrific to win a box
    filled with eight amazing books.
    In response to your question of
    Who's your favorite author and why?
    My favorite author is Stephen King because i enjoy reading horror novels
    and it's great that a lot of his books became movies.
    Thank you for having this giveaway.

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  68. Nicholas Sparkes is my favourite author, love his books xx

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  69. Jeffery Archer, mostly light reading, brings a smile to my face. If you read anybook of his read the books of him inside prison, they will open your eyes to the prison system.

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  70. Jodi Piccoult, as she keeps my interest through each novel, lots of twist and turns too

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  71. I don't really have a favourite order but Lianne Moriarty writes great books, so does Amanda Prowse.I read a lot of different1st time authors with TBConFacebook too.

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  72. Sophie Kinsella - i cant put her books down, they are laugh a minute and very lighthearted!

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  73. James Herbert his was one of the first books I ever read and sparked my love of horror

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  74. I love James Herbert nothing better some nights than getting a little spooked

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  75. Colleen Hoover, everything she writes is A-MA-ZING!

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  76. Hard to pin one down, do love Stephen King

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  77. Enid Blyton because she wrote such a range of books that were a key part of my childhood that I still love reading now :)

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