Monday, November 28, 2016

Seven Paperbacks & One Signed Book Giveaway

 
Enter this giveaway for a chance to win a box filled with 8 books. Into the Darkest Corner is signed.
 

 
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61 comments:

  1. My most treasured book has to be The Chronicles of Narnia by C.S. Lewis. Read these books as a child and still love picking them up from time to time.

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  2. My copy of Little women my childhood book,

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  3. My Black Stallion series by Walter Farley. I have all of them. Still reread them after so many years and they look well loved:)

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  4. Ooo. most treasured book is my hardback copy of The Magic Faraway Tree by Enid Blyton as it is the only book that brings me such happiness whenever I read it or look at it

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  5. My copy of The Stand by Stephen King because I read it every year or so.

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  6. My most treasured book at the moment? Hmm, I don't know. I know there are many books from childhood that I should have kept.

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  7. My most treasured book is my beautiful copy of The Girl on the Train :) <3

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  8. My copy of the second book in David Gemmell's troy series - it's signed and he died before it was published, leaving his wife to complete the third and final book. She now writes herself and is very very good xx

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  9. The Book Thief, it's one of the most amazing books I've ever read. :)

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  10. A Book on Michael Schumacher written many years ago containing amazing photography

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  11. dan brown the lost symbol. my grandad lent this to me just days before he died,its the last thing i have from him and ill treasure it forever x

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  12. To Kill A Mockingbird - it still has my notes in it from school.

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  13. it's my Collins World Atlas I've had for a long time: a great reference tool, though I've got plenty of "favourite" thrillers too

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  14. an encylopdia my parents bought me when i was young x

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  15. My copy of Falling by Jane Green because it is autographed!

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  16. To Kill A Mockingbird by Harper Lee. Beautifully written, with interesting, realistic and flawed characters. It is about morals, ethics, justice, truth, choice. It is about the day you realise that the world is not a kind place, that bad things happen to good people. It is a book about childhood, about life, about everything.

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  17. My collection of Nancy Drew books from when I was young is my favorite.

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  18. Oh my gosh, I went to type and see the Saundra McKenzie has said the same answer as me! I too have a collection of Nancy Drew books from the 70's that I have kept all these years. My mom had 4 old Nancy Drew hardcover books, with blue bindings from the 1940's that I started the collection with. I still have these 4 too! :)

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  19. A book my parents gave me for Christmas when I was young is very special to me. It's called The Secret of Grange Farm by Francis Cowen.

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  20. My Nancy Drew & Hardy Boys books that I read as a child

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  21. My bookish treasure is "My Bedtime Book of Magic Carpet Stories" by Patricia Taylor which did not just spark my love for reading, but for traveling as well (the two kids are traveling around the world on a magic carpet).

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  22. my first edition first publishing of "Tono Bungay" by H.G.Wells as I have a connection with him as I live in the house where he lived!

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  23. Nalini Singh's paperback, Slave to Sensation, cause it was a gift and we don't get her books here in India easily.

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  24. The Enid Blyton Book of Fairies. It was one of my first books.

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  25. I love you to death by Natalie Ward.

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  26. Enid Blyton's Faraway Tree Stories - it was the book that got me into reading.

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  27. My most treasured book is Riger Black's autobiography because it is so inspirational. Despite heart problems he became an Olympic athlete

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  28. I love Jane Austen's Persuasion, it's a fantastic story that brings good memories :) Besides, I've been collecting old books from places I visit, and there's one with a handwritten dedicated poem on the first page that I really value :)

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  29. I have a set of encyclopedias from early 1900's

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  30. My most treasured book is my Penguin English Library edition of The Woman In White. It is neither an old copy nor an expensive one, but it my first book giveaway prize which led me to buy books since i am fine with free ebooks then.
    P.S. I still love ebooks. 😁

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  31. royal street from suzanne johnson because it's the first signed book i got

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  32. My leather bound book of Dickens' Christmas Tales as it was my gran's birthday present in 1947 and has a message from my great gran written in it.

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  33. My Sparks' and HP books, they are my favorites. Oh and The Book Thief as well!

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  34. My Bible. It's my strength and my guide :)

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  35. My Harry Potter books which I sadly don't have enough of

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  36. All the books that my father and my husband offered me.

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  37. My journaling Bible is a treasure. It makes me feel closer to God.
    Dianna

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  38. My most treasured book is a copy of my childhood faveourite - The Tale of Georgie Grub. It went out of print years ago and my brother found a second hand copy for my birthday.

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  39. My most treasured book is cratian edition of Hard love by Ellen Wittlinger. It's my favorite novel and it's out of print now.

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  40. I meant to put "The Food of Love" in the "comment on a review" entry today--I'm sorry for the mistake! Anyway, I have a lot of treasured books, including my personally inscribed copy of Damon Suede's HOT HEAD...

    --Trix

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  41. Mary DeBorde
    When my mom passed away in 1969 I inherited her modest book collection (she instilled in me a life long love for reading). One of those books was called The Egg and I by Betty MacDonald, and remains a treasure to me. Am very happy to say that my own daughter loves it as well <3

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  42. My most treasured book is Little Women because it was one of the first real books I got when I was a child.

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  43. Signed paperback of Rival by Penelope Douglas. It's my most favourite book.

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  44. My most treasured book is any books that I had as a child. They are different than todays books and fun to share with my daughters.

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  45. My most treasured books are the Harry Potter books my parents gave me each year as a new one came out.

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  46. My most treasured book is guess how much I love you limited edition. I bought this when my eldest daughter was born 12 years ago and I have read it to my other children religiously. Merry Christmas 🎄🎄🎄

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  47. My Lord of the Rings trilogy because it was my first introduction to fantasy.

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  48. The Time Traveller's Wife - I have read it so many times and still love it!

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  49. I'd say Ugly Love, because it was the first Colleen Hoover book I read, I loved the story and the writing and it made me buy all of her books!

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  50. A book of poetry that my dad used to read to us

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  51. a christmas carol. i read it almost every year!

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  52. The notebook, my wife would kill me if i lost/threw it away!

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  53. I love Laura Ingalls Wilder's Little House in the Big Woods. It's a favorite from my childhood & I usually re-read it every year.

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  54. All of them? They are like my babies...

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  55. I don't have a most treasured book right now. :-( I just love ALL my books!

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  56. My most treasured book has to be a signed Paul O'grady at my mother's knee book

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  57. It has to be pridecand predujice by Jane Austen

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  58. My most loved books are the Harry Potter series, they're a bit battered because I've read them so many times!

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