Wednesday, April 19, 2017

7 Amazing Paperbacks & Book Lovers Mug Giveaway

 
 
Enter this giveaway for a chance to win 7 amazing paperbacks an a Book Lovers mug made by Jilly Jilly. Good luck!
 


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69 comments:

  1. Books by my favorite authors I always purchase as paperbacks, but I noticed in recent years that I tend to buy many books for my Kindle or used on flea markets.

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  2. OOOH that's a hard one. I read about 4 library books a week, but I buy them from charity shops (my boss saves me any to look at before they go on sale, and I get a small discount) but my favourite authors I have to buy new. Although my absolute favourite's are on 3rd and more copies apart from his new one as I keep "over-reading them" lol :)

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  3. I usually buy paperbacks from Amazon.

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  4. Oooo hard one. Digital books from Amazon, paperbacks either borrow from the library or buy usually from my local bookstore...

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  5. A combo of ebooks from amazon and books either in print form or digital overdrive from
    the library.

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  6. I buy my books from various stores, and on Amazon.

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  7. Mostly online, from Amazon. That works for me for ebooks, as well as paperbacks.

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  8. I buy my books from stores or Amazon, I get digital books from Amazon :)

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  9. I get them several ways. My local used book store, the library sales, and on Amazon.

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  10. I buy my books on Amazon.

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  11. I buy kindle books from Amazon and others from The Book Depository and 2nd Hand Book shops.

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  12. I usually get my books from my local library branch.

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  13. I read both print and digital books. Usually I buy them online or from a bookstore.

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  14. Library and ebooks are my two sources for books.
    lorenalke@yahoo.com

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  15. I buy a lot of digital books,also paparback at my local bookshop,and paperback books on Amazon and Book Depository :)

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  16. I usually get my books from Amazon.

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  17. I buy them on Amazon or at Walmart or Target. Only print copies though :)

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  18. I buy on amazon, go to bookshops, use my local library AND read on my ipad! I'm not fussy about where I get my books, I just love reading!

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  19. I buy them from Amazon (both digital and paperback)

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  20. I either go to the library or use amazon

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  21. I usually shop online but I do enjoy perusing the bookstores
    I prefer paperback or hardcover to digital but there are so many great books only available in digital

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  22. I usually get them from Ebay, or second hand shops

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  23. I usually buy books at Chapters-Indigo or second-hand shops. Otherwise, I borrow them or win them as prizes.

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  24. I buy them secondhand from charity shops or sales in the village hall.

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  25. I received a Kindle years ago as a present and reluctantly started to read books on there but have to confess I am now hooked. Can't remember the last time I read a 'book'. So I purchase all my ebooks via Amazon

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  26. I usually buy them at the bookshop.

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  27. I use my public library use it or lose it.

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  28. I usually get my books from the library first, and if I like them, I'll buy them from ThriftBooks!

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  29. Depends ones I really can't wait to read I buy online.....others I get from charity shops and car boot sales.

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  30. Bookstore: new and used. Sometimes library. Not a fan of the e-book.

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  31. I'm get my books from a little bit of everywhere.

    mia2009(at)comcast(dot)net

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  32. I usually order them from The Book Depository and some other online shops from my country. Thanks for the giveaway! (Valentina B. - on the raffle)

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  33. I will purchase in the supermarket when I have time to pause but most often I buy digital as I can get a better interaction with the author and the storyline.

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  34. I buy books from the bookshop, Amazon, supermarkets, charity shops... Anywhere that sells them! I mainly read paperbacks but sometimes hardbacks or kindle.

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  35. I buy my books from the bookshop and sometimes online.

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  36. bookshop ( second hand mostly now) when i can on bookdepository

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  37. A bit everywhere Amazon hardback, paperback or digital. Also on Ebay second hand. Bookshop also if I am out and about in town.

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  38. I mostly take out books from the library. I don't really like reading digital copies, I find it hard on my eyes.

    Thanks for giving.

    Besos Sarah

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  39. I'm lucky enough to win books sometimes. Otherwise I buy them from the Book People or borrow them from my school library (I'm the librarian so it helps to read what my students are reading.)

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  40. I have gotten books at bookstores, local church book sales and e-books.

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  41. I usually order bookss off Amazon, thrift stores and Half Price Books.

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  42. I buy them, I don't go to the library because I read original books (rarely translated). I buy on Amazon and Book Depository.

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  43. I usually get them from the library or win them in giveaways.

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  44. I buy books from Amazon for the kindle or from local stores.

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  45. I get books everywhere, library, book stores, thrift store, little library and download some as well.
    (although my ereader is fussy)

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  46. I usually buy books from bookstore.New and used.

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  47. Usually a book shop or charity shop

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  48. I either purchase my books digitally or go to my local bookstore. I love the convenience of ebooks but nothing beats that real book smell.

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  49. Most books I read are ebooks because it's more convenient for me (space issues right now). Almost 100% are ones I purchase, or find for free by indie authors online. I also sign up for ARCs from publishers via NetGalley for reviews on my blog/Goodreads.

    When it comes to my all time favorite authors though I typically purchase physical copies when I can manage it. :)

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  50. I buy my books through library book sales, thrift stores, and yard sales. If I don't already have it, I get it from the library, if the library doesn't have it I buy from amazon.

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  51. i get mine from the bookshop or family and friends when they have finished with them

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  52. Library or borrow from friends,and charity shops !!!!! I always buy a book at the airport if travelling

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  53. I tend to buy digital books now for my kindle, although if it's a book I really want then I will buy a hardcopy usually from Amazon.

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  54. Most of my books are given to me.

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  55. I usually buy my books on amazon, and occasionally bookstores.

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  56. I buy a lot from charity shops as it saves me money and helps the charity.

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  57. I get most of my books at Goodreads.

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  58. Either from Amazon, the author's website or charity shops.

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  59. Most of the books that I read nowadays are Amazon Kindle EBooks.

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  60. I get books quite a few different ways, I love looking through charity shops and my mums friend drops over a pile of books after she reads them. If it something that gets really good reviews I will buy it on Amazon, or on my Kindle.

    www.hellosaralou.blogspot.com

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  62. I usually buy books on my kindle

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  63. I get a lot of books (digital and print) from libraries, print books from local indie bookstores, and ebooks from Amazon and directly from publishers.

    --Trix

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