Tuesday, April 4, 2017

Big Spring Giveaway - Kindle Fire, Amazon Gift Card & Owl Tote Bag, Pillow & Mug

 
Enter this giveaway for a chance to win a Kindle Fire with a $10 (or equivalent) Amazon gift card and an Owl in Poppy Field pillow, mug and tote bag set designed by Clearjadestudio. Good luck!
 

 
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122 comments:

  1. I am obsessed with owls would love this

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  2. To be completely honest, I fall for the charms of all four seasons. Spring, with its flirtatious colours and the first hint of longer days. Summer, seductive with its broad display of produce and extra holiday time, and Winter, with its cosy clothes and generous sprinkling of holiday cheer. But if I had to choose, I would go with Autumn. I love that it can be described as earthy. I love picturing the foliage. I love that it may start to rain. Everything's dying but I don't look at it like that, I think it's more of a new start. It's the perfect season to read about.

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  3. Honestly, I love reading about all the seasons. I like watching the progression of nature throughout the year :D

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  4. Love all the seasons, they all have something about them, spring, when everything comes to life, summer when its warm and the nights are lighter to enjoy everything, Autumn, when the colour changes on the trees and winter, when you cosy up infront of the fire

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  5. I love Spring because flowers are in bloom and it's the kind of weather you can walk around in shorts and short sleeves and feel comfortable.

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  6. Summer because there is so much going on

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  7. I love Spring everything is starting new and the weather is warming up.

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  8. I enjoy reading about the winter season, because of the festive holiday celebrations.

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  9. All the season, they all have their own appeal. Summer and Spring, you can read in the yard, under the shade. :-) Winter and Fall, you just cozy up with a blanket and a mug of hot chocolate.

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  10. I love winter time in books. It's romantic or terrifying depending on the genre I'm reading.

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  11. Always Autumn for me! It's simply the most beautiful of seasons but also there is a sense of decay & death.

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  12. I love to read about Christmas! It's my favorite time of year, so I love books that involve Christmas.

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  13. I like reading about winter because I like darker themed books.

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  14. I love Christmas books because they really get you in the mood for it xx

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  15. I love all seasons so I don't mind if it is summer , winter etc.... I just love reading
    and a HEA!

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  16. I always love a good winter story, I guess because it just makes me feel all warm and cozy :)

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  17. Has to be summer especially when it is cold outside

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  18. winter so I can cuddle under the covers with a nice hot drink of coco and some toast.

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  19. i don't have a specific season to read about, however i probably do read more in winter as thing slow down

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  20. I Am in love with Christmas.. so I'm going to pick winter.. so many inspiring stories..

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  21. i have two ... fall and winter because it's cooler and i can curl up in a blanket with a cup of tea or coffee

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  22. I tend to avoid Christmas books as they can be trite. Summer books can make me jealous of all that sun. So that leave spring and autumn

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  23. I enjoy reading about all seasons. We really don't get them here in Texas.

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  24. I don't have a preference for season. I like them all.

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  25. Spring because everything is new and starting fresh it seems.

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  26. Depends. I do love a good Christmas book around xmas x

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  27. It doesn't matter, I read anytime of year.

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  28. I love to read about it snowing in winter because we don't get snow in Northland, New Zealand and I find it romantic :)

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  29. Autumn and Winter! Favourite time of the year for me.🍁⛄

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  30. Spring, always a season that renews nature and gives hope after a season of dark and cold.

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  31. I love reading all the time! Any day, any season, all the time! :)

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  32. I love reading about winter time and snow storms because I like to dream about being snowed in!

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  33. Fall & winter ... when it is cold or wet outside, I like to curl up under the covers & read.

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  34. Love the owls! This is the only way I will ever get a Kindle, not in the budget!

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  35. I love reading about winter, having lived in an area that didn't really have one.

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  36. I love reading about winter, when the air is crisp & clean, there's snow on the ground, people are out ice skating or sledding, getting ready for the hoiday dinners like Thanksgiving & Christmas. It just seems like people are more family oriented in those books and are happier.

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  37. Winter is the season I keep returning to when I read. My favourite book is Christmas Carol and I also love Ethan Frome perhaps it's to do with cuddling up with a book when it's cold outside.

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    1. Because they are my two favorite seasons. :D (Sorry forgot to tell you why)

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  39. I don't really have a favorite season to read about. I don't think of the story as being in a particular season when I read it; I'm thinking of the plot not the season. :)

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  40. I don't have one particular favorite to read about. Fall is my favorite to experience.

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  41. I love reading about all the seasons but if I had to choose a favorite it would probably have to be summer time because that's such a fun time where it seems like anything could happen. also thanks for this giveaway! The owl stuff is so cute and the kindle is pretty great too!;)

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  42. I guess fall and christmas time would be my favorite to read about since those are my favorite times of the year.

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  43. Read in the spring in the garden, with the birds to sing and the smell of nature!!

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  44. I love sitting reading in winter in lamplight - so cosy with my two kittens on my knee and a decaf coffee at my side :)

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  45. I love reading about winter as it's such an atmospheric time with the fog, snow and cold.

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  46. Hmm...fall is nice when it's related to Halloween and all things spooky.

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  47. I love Spring. It has an optimistic mood.

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  48. I love summer the most! It always is a nice setting to me.

    mia2009(at)comcast(dot)net

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  49. Autumn and winter. There's a depth to those seasons that cannot compare to any other.

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  50. Winter specially books around Christmas time. Lovr when scenery of snows are described with the Christmas season atmosphere.

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  51. I love to read about Summer, it gets me in the summer holiday mood

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  52. I love fall because it's Halloween and I like dark and spooky stuff.

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  53. I never thought about it... I like them all: summer because there's usually an ocean around, winter because I love Christmas and the New Year party, autumn because there's usually talk about the harvest and I find that fascinating, spring because the colors are awesome :)

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  54. I love spring and summer. For me they symbolize rebirth and new beginnings and I love all the colors.

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  55. spring because I born in this season hhhh

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  56. I love reading about spring, it is a new beginning for nature and man.

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  57. I like to read about the Autumn, because it's inherently creepy!

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  58. I love reading about summer because it's my favourite time of year .... so nice and warm outside.

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  59. my favorite is winter, because I'll be drinking hot chocolate

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  60. As much as I love Summer, I myself read more in Winter, so I'm partial to reading about Cold Winter nights & hot HOT fires...to keep warm of course!! LOL

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  61. Winter ! The cup of hot chocolate and the feeling of snuggling in a warm blanket with a book...heaven

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  62. If anything winter but don't really have a favourite

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  63. I don't think I have a favorite season to read about.

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  64. Summer - it always makes me feel warm and relaxed because that is what summer is supposed to be about even if outside is blowing a gale and raining sideways.

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  65. my favorite season to read about is winter, because that usually means that christmas figures in the story somewhere and I love Christmas!

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  66. Winter is my favourite season to read because I just hide myself inside a blanket and lie on a bed to enjoy reading my favourite book.

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  67. my best season to read is summer ;)

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  68. Not something I've ever thought about. I do tend to read murder mysteries the most, and I think winter suits that best. But I wouldn't refuse to read a spring murder story.

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  69. Fall and Winter since they're my favs!

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  70. Summer especially a romance set in an exotic location

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  71. Spring, especially historically. Lots of rebirth & energy after the winter

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  72. summer, love to try new salads and recipes x

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  73. Summer when the weather is warm. People could go to the beach then. My birthday is in June too.

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  74. There's nothing like curling up in the blanket with a book and hot chocolate during winters.

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  75. The autumn. The falling leaves. The birds chirping in the trees.

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  76. I tend to read more in winter...theres nothing better when its dark and cold than snuggling up on the sofa with a cup of hot chocolate and a riveting read

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  78. I enjoy summer because of sun since I don't get much in Washington.

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  79. I tend to read more in winter...theres nothing better when its dark and cold than snuggling up on the sofa with a cup of hot chocolate and a riveting read

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  80. I really like to read about Christmas.

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  81. wINTER SEASON BCOZ OF LOTS OF TIME IN BED

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  82. I love to read about summer as it's my favorite season

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  83. My favorite season to read about is fall, because it often comes with gorgeous descriptions.

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  84. For me its dependent on the genre and plot of the book i'm reading, summer is great for fiction and autumn and winter for murder and mystery.

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  85. I don't have a favourite season to read about because there is something lovely about all the different seasons :) x

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  86. I'd say summer although it's really not important to me. It's the story that counts. Let me say that's because of summer flings, when I so wish for them to become more.

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  87. i don't have a favourite season to read

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  88. I love reading about the fall season, where cold winds start to blow even as hearts warm up. I love fall and all its beautiful colors.

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  89. I like reading about all the seasons, but I especially like to read about the Christmas season when it is Christmas.

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  90. I like Spring & Autumn both - New buds etc & the colours of autumn.

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  91. i like spring as it gives you that warm feeling although im not too picky about any :)

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  92. I love to read a book about the spring which is full of hopefulness and rebirth - I am not a gloomy person!

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  93. I've never really thought about that question before but I suppose winter. I like edgy books and things are scarier in the cold and dark.

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  94. Definitely summer because it puts you in such a good mood. :)

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  95. I love to read in any season. But more in autumn and winter, the weather outside is rainy, cold and snowy, but at home there are a hot cappuccino and a good book ☺

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  96. I'm not sure if I have a preference for seasonal books. I mix them up so I like books of all seasons. In the winter sometimes it's nice to read a book about the summer.

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  97. All four seasons- they all have special moments

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  98. I love reading about summer. Lots of lovely imagery x

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  99. I love reading about Winter there's something lovely about wintery scenes, log fires people snuggling up together love a bit of romance

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  100. Winter because it makes me feel cosy!

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  101. winter because people get snowed in togetter

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  102. I don't think I have a preference. It all depends on the story and the quality of the writing.

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  103. Winter in cold places like Moscow because it's atmospheric

    @polly58

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  104. Summer for me. I imagine sitting on a beach and reading for hours.

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  105. I've never thought about it before but probably winter. I love spring and summer in reality but there are so many books that I like which depict wonderful winter scenes.

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  106. I like winter's snowed-in romances!

    --Trix

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  107. Winter - I love the romantic feeling of it!

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  108. Winter because it can be so magical picturing snow and bare trees. It can also be quite thrilling too as its cold and bare.

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  109. I love to read stories based in the summer with heady warm nights and exotic locations

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