Saturday, January 7, 2017

1st Birthday Giveaway 5: 2 Signed Books, 2 Mugs + a Lucky Dip Box, Notebook, Coaster & Bookmark Set

 
Enter this giveaway for a chance to win two signed books, two mugs, a bookmark set, a notebook, a Lucky Dip bookish surprise goodies box and a coaster made by Fable and Black. 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.

124 comments:

  1. The lovely books and mugs is very much fantastic, unique and genial.

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  2. Best bookish memory of 2016: Reading "The Paper Man" by Gallagher Lawson.

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  3. I found a super cute bookish shirt at a thrift store for only $2!

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  4. My best bookish memory of 2016 was receiving a beautiful crochet bookmark.

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  5. My best bookish memory of 2016 was growing my blog :)

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  6. My best bookish memory of 2016 was of a box with The Wheel of Time series by Robert Jordan from my brother for Christmas!

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  7. Coming back to netgalley and finding great books

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  8. My best memory must be when I visited Munich with my Mom in late summer and we went to several museums. After walking through we'd go into the museum shops and she said "Let's shop for books!" which was a wonderful bonding moment.

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  9. I really enjoyed reading Spark Joy, by Marie Kondo, great ideas x

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  10. There are just too many... But nothing compares to a feeling of opening a newly arrived envelope and discovering the new, beautiful book inside!

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  11. My daughter knitted me a bookmark when she was little I'd learnt her to knit and it was the first thing she made 20 years later I'm still using it

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  12. Waiting impatiently for my friend to finish war and peace after watching the tv series - 3 months later I finally got it back lol!!

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  13. I finally read The Nightengale by Kristin Hannah and it was the greatest, yet emotional, book I have ever read.

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  14. My best bookish memory of 2016 was reading Spark Joy, by Marie Kondo.

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  15. Love reading I'm reading ATM rogue lawyer by John Grisham

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  16. I got the opportunity to read 'It's Never Okay to Borrow Someone Else's Toothbrush' I really enjoyed the ease of reading and it was a different outtake on a book as it is just full of quotes and words of wisdom.

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  17. rereading A Christmas Carol

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  18. reading another one of Harlan Coben's brilliant thrillers

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  19. I don't get time to read but my mum reads a lot - she likes Agatha Raisin.

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  20. Stopping reading so many trashy ebook paranormals and going to back to reading more epic fantasy physical books. Rafflecopter entries are in my real name NIKKI HAYES - Happy Blog Birthday and thanks for the lovely giveaway :o)

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  21. Did not read in 2016 :( Hope to change that in 2017 ;) Happy Bday :)

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  22. Every month, I send my grandmother a box of books to read. She is 86 and on a limited budget, and it's hard for her to get to the library. This summer, I got to deliver the books in person when I went to see her. It was so much fun to see the delight in her eyes!
    Dianna

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  23. Finally finishing a christmas themed novel at chritmas time

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  24. A neighbour brought a pile of good thrillers as she was having a tidy out, should last me months.

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  25. Finding the time to read more and starting to catch up with all the books I haven't read.

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  26. Getting a review copy of Flawed, an amazing book!

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  27. I discovered a number of new authors I like after reading their books.

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  28. getting book shop vouher and spending it all in one go!

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  29. My best memory is winning $20 Amazon gift card and buying books! :)

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  30. Getting a box of books in the mail including The Vegetarian by Han Kang.

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  31. Finding a Josephine Cox book I hadn't read in a charity shop. I still haven't read it

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  32. My best bookish memory of 2016 was reading Girl on the Train! I really enjoyed it!

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  33. For me it was discovering Susie Steiner. 'Missing, Presumed' was brilliant; so many twists & turns it had me guessing till (almost) the very end!

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  34. My best bookish memory of 2016 is when my 2 y/old grandson brought me his favorite book he got for his birthday, climbed in my lap, and we read it together for hours!

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  35. Finally sorting all of my books out and arranging the order all the books I haven't read yet will be read in.

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  36. It was discovering all the ebooks that I could access from my public library network.

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  37. reading the court of mist and fury. such an amazing book

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  38. My best bookish memory of 2016 was winning an adult coloring book & coloring pencils from Author Barbara Bettis :)

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  39. My best bookish memory was reading the most books I've ever read in a year this year!

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  40. Reading to my eldest daughter before she goes to sleep at night and actually realizing that she likes the same books I liked at her age!

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  41. Best bookish memory - finally getting my daughter to read Terry Pratchett and her loving him as much as I do!

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  42. Finding new authors and great new books .
    Such as A Promis of Fire by Amanda Bouchet.

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  43. The best bookish memory for me was starting my blog and connecting with awesome bloggers around the world!

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  44. Hi guys,
    Thank you so much for this wonderful article really!
    If someone want to know more about the Vitastik I think this is the right place for you!

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  45. Discovering a few good authors that I had not read before

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  46. Reading Troublemaker by Leah Remini.

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  47. My best bookish memory of 2016 was the lovely box of books that I received from you last summer. Happy Birthday and many more!

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  48. Finishing the hunger games series!

    mia2009(at)comcast(dot)net

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  49. I loved reading The Dead House by Dawn Kurtagich. I just discovered the author and book in mid December. Then I found out the author has a new book coming out this fall. Very excited to keep up with this author :)

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  50. Nothing Is True and Everything Is Possible by Peter Pomerantsev (Faber) is an eye-popping accumulation of true stories of bribery and extortion from Putin’s Russia, a must read in today’s barbaric world.

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  51. I love anything by Richard Laymon, he is amazing.

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  52. i read the latest peter james,roy grace story,always brilliant

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  53. Getting a copy of Stephen King's The Bazaar of Bad Dreams!

    Thanks for the chance to win :)

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  54. Honestly the best was watching my little niece read her first book. I love sharing a respect for books with the next generation. :)
    Elle Tucker

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  55. I read (again) The Time Traveller's Wife which I love so much.

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  56. A friend sent me a mystery book, a genre I hadn't read before and I loved it. It opened up a whole new genre to me and I'm hooked now

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  57. I accidentally entered my "comment on a review" answer under the giveaway one in the Rafflecopter (I entered the Amanda Ashby contest, sorry about yet another cut-and-paste error). Anyway, my favorite bookish memory was getting Josh O'Kane's NOWHERE WITH YOU from ECW Press's Shelf Monkey program, and falling in love with it!

    --Trix

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  58. My best bookish memory of 2016 is finally reading The Road by Cormac McCarthy - I couldn't put it down.

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  59. Finally reading war and peace!

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  60. Gosh, so many bookish memories. I would have to say finally reading all the Harry Potter books, sooooo much better than the films! xx

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  61. Great prizes, the bookmarks are so nice especially. My best bookish memory of last year was when my friend went to YALC and she got Sophie Kinsella to sign her postcards especially for me. What a great surprise it was.
    Amanda.

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  62. being able to gift my mother the last book in her favourite series so she could read it before her passing

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  63. I loved every bit of "Stones from the River" by Ursula Hegi. Was veeeery refreshing

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  64. I loved reading Chances Are by Wendy Lou Jones in 2016.

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  65. I started rereading the Clan of the Cave Bear Series and so far loving it!

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  66. I managed to read at least a book every week!

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  67. I loved joining a few reading groups on Facebook. It has been fun to meet other readers!

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  68. We had an Enid Blyton picnic in the library for students who had read her books. We had a Blyton style picnic, hopscotch, hula-hooping and everyone had a Blyton name: Julian, Patricia etc. The kids loved it but I don't know what we'll do this year!

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  69. My best bookish memory of 2016 is that my daughter works in a library and she can bring me home some wonderful books all the time.
    twinkle at optonline dot net

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  70. My best bookish memory was buying a Harry Potter script for my collection.

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  71. A bit late to the party but discovering A Manual for Cleaning Women: Selected Stories by Lucia Berlin.

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  72. reading harlan cobens fool me once!

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  73. Getting a Kindle so I have so many options now. Although paper books will always be the best.

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  74. My best bookish memory was reading Pope Joan. I think that was my fave I read this year.

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  75. I was so lucky I won a book of choice on your website. I was thrilled to win and it was so exciting to recieve book post. I chose The Thousanth Floor wich I loved. Huge thank you & congratulations on your blogversary

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  76. Discovering the works of Halldór Laxness

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  77. I can't think of a favourite bookish moment, but I read loads of great books.
    jen dot barnard at btinternet dot com

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  78. Just to let you guys know, this is the best giveaway you hosted, in my opinion. Who ever wins this will be really happy!
    As for my favorite bookish memory, it's a buddy read with Amanda from Chocolate Pages book blog. We really connected then, and now I am happy to know her. :)

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  79. Getting Bruce Springsteen Born To Run for Christmas and finishing it by New Year's Eve !!

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  80. I don't know... I've read great books and had a really good reading year.

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  81. Reading Jenny Colgan Books my favourtie one is Meet me at the Cupcake Cafe but each one I've read so far have been brilliant!!

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  82. My best bookish memory of 2016 was reaching my goal to read 50 books in one year, I read 55!

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  83. My best bookish memory is winning books in various blog giveaways.

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  84. My best bookish memory for 2016 is finishing my reading challenge of reading more diverse books.

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  85. Sitting on a cruise ship in the Caribbean and reading to my heart's content!

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  86. Winning my first ever bookish candle!

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  87. The Girl on the Train... what a fantastic read.

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  88. My best memory was watching the movie, Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them.

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  89. The best was was getting the keys to our first house! Still so much to do, but we're loving it.

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  90. Reading new books by my favorite authors, Sherrilyn Kenyon, Christine Feehan, and J.R. Ward

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  91. Getting ARCs from some of my favorite authors

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  92. The Grapes of Wrath - a wonderful book

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  93. Reading on a sunbed in a swimming pool on holiday with the sun shining! Happy memories! (@PeanutHog)

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  94. My best reading memory of 2016 was deciding to read the Poldark novels as i love the tv series.There are 12 novels altogether and they are so compelling and well written and they add an extra dimension to the series on television

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  95. I wish I could say I had one in 2016, I didn't. I'm having a digital detox and getting back to reading in 2017. It has been a much loved passion since I can remember and I'd like to reconnect with that.

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  96. Best Bookish Memory of 2016 was reading When She Was Bad by Tammy Cohen. I just couldn't put it down.

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  97. Buying Cassandra Clare Lady Midnight for £1 off Amazon brand new, I couldn't believe my luck

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  98. I 've bought a lot of books and that made me really happy!
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  99. My favourite book memory of last year was reading War and Peace, finally, after wanting to read it for so many years.

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  100. Reading We Need To Talk About Kevin finally - a great book

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  101. I got a bunch of books for my birthday!

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  102. Re-reading Cell by Stephen King - Love that book!

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  103. reading a monster calls, beautiful beautiful book, cried my eyes out. written passionately for the original author - rip xx

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  104. My youngest becoming a more competent reader and starting to love his books! x

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  105. Reading The Paper Swan by Leylah Attar!! Still can't stop thinking about it - AMAZING

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