Monday, March 13, 2017

March New Release Hop - Book of Choice & 2 Book Necklaces Giveaway

 
Enter this giveaway for a chance to win a March 2017 new release worth $16 and two lovely book necklaces made by Fullmoonn.
 
 
Good luck!


 
Till Death would be a great choice for readers who like gripping stories that still manage to surprise them at the end while there aren't many suspects.
 
 

49 comments:

  1. I highly recommend A Boy Like You by Ginger Scott. I just finished it yesterday and it was a 5 star for me. That hasn't happened in a long time. I really enjoyed it. Thank you.

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  2. Born Bad is a powerful, darkly comic novel set in the criminal underworld of Manchester from bestselling author Marnie Riches. Sounds fast-paced and enthralling.

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  3. Silence Fallen by Patricia Briggs because her books always deliver exciting stories about the paranormal. Thanks for the giveaway. :)

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  4. If you enjoy paranormal romance/urban fantasy, I highly recommend Immortal Unchained (Agreneau series) by Lynsay Sands and Silence Fallen (Mercy Thompson series) by Patricia Briggs.

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  5. Silence Fallen by Patricia Briggs was great! It's a fantastic urban fantasy series!

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  6. can't think of any

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  7. I'm always really busy during March due to rehearsals for choral festivals plus this year I'm also in 'The King and I' in the local theatre so I honestly haven't had a chance to check out the new releases yet!

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  8. The Bone Witch looks really good, I'm really looking forward to reading it, its been awhile since I've read a witch novel.

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  9. There's a Robin Hobb due out but not sure when! and Mark Lawrence's latest is due out any day xx

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  10. Strange the Dreamer is at the top of my list. I LOVED the Daughter of Smoke and Bone series and have been waiting for a new book from Laini Taylor. Her writing is gorgeous and if I could only read one book this year it would be this one.

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  11. I loved the Bone Witch, definitely read it if you get a chance.

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  12. I'd say Strange the dreamer! I haven't read it, but have heard good reviews :)

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  13. Honestly Ben by Bill Konsigsberg! It's the sequel to Openly Straight (an amazing book) where Ben as to deal with his attraction to both sexes.

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  14. A must read because Anne Tyler is an excellent storyteller! Vinegar Girl (Hogarth Shakespeare)
    by Anne Tyler

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    1. The Chosen by JR Ward because the BDB series is an amazing serious with some deep characters.
      Carol L
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  15. Madly by Ruthie Knox. It's been a long time since something new came from her. :-)

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  16. I read Devil in Spring by Lisa Kleypas, and loved it.

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  17. I haven't had time to check out all the new releases, but I'd say we can't miss Nemesis by Brendan Reichs.

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  18. Pepper Winters Throne of Thruthe . Her books never dissapoint ❤ Thanks for the chance !

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  19. Thanks for the giveaway

    I say don't miss Strange the Dreamer because I'm only 14% in and it's already AMAZING

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  20. I really want the new Dahlia Moss book by Max Wirestone
    Sam @ WLABB

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  21. You shouldn't miss Daughter of the Pirate King because it is an amazing read!

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  22. The Chosen by JR Ward. Part of the BDB. It's an amazing series.
    Carol L
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  23. Strange The Dreamer because the cover is super pretty and it's received a lot of hype online. :)

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  24. You should not miss Strange the Dreamer because Laini Taylor is a very lyrical writer and it is going to be an amazing book.

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  25. I haven't read any of them but I really think the reviews on The Bone Witch are very interesting!!

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  26. They all look really great reads so I would have to say all of them as I love all genres :)

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  27. Everyone's talking about The Hate You Give, so I guess we all shouldn't miss that one!

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  28. Hunted by Meagan Spooner! Because her writing is amazing.

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  29. Shadow Run by AdriAnne Strickland! It just sounds so great :)

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  30. The Red Sister by Mark Lawrence because he writes intriguing characters!

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  31. sience fallen by patricia briggs i love the mercuy thompson series and it's release around my birthday so it's always on my wishlist

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  32. I couldn't wait to read Silence Fallen by Patricia Briggs, she has created a fascinating universe!

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  33. I would love to get to read Hunted 😊

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  34. I've heard great things about Strange the Dreamer by Laini Taylor and I enjoyed all her previous works, so I think you should probably give it a chance.

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  35. I can't really think of any at the moment.

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  36. Hunted by Meagan Spooner because it looks mysterious.

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  37. The Unyielding by Shelly Laurenston, it's the third of a great series. The author is also the only one who makes me laugh every time.
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  38. I'm way behind on current hot authors but I do want to check out Strange the Dreamer by Laini Taylor.

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  39. Strange the Dreamer! Laini Talor is an amazing author

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  40. I'm unsure of the March new releases but I'm positive there are some great ones out there.

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  41. The Bone Witch sounds like a great book! It's always nice to start reading a new series. :)

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  42. Riot by Tillie Cole. But it's a book #4 from a series and a dark romance.

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  43. I am very curious about Radio Silence by Alice Oseman. It seems great book, thank you for the chance!

    Raffle name: Artemis Giote

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  44. I want to read The Roanoke Girls by Amy Engel :) I like mysteries and this book sounds like there's plenty of mysteries to solve to find out the truth about the family :)

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