Wednesday, May 3, 2017

Teaparty Tote Bag, Mug & Pillow Giveaway

 
Enter this giveaway for a chance to win a Teaparty pillow, mug and tote bag set designed by Evie Bookish. Good luck!
 

 
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60 comments:

  1. I would love to talk to Zadie Smith....

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  2. Chris Carter - would love to know where he got his ideas from and also hear about his touring with rock-bands too. :)

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  3. I'd invite Stephen King ... this should make for a fun afternoon with tea, cookies and murderously marvelous conversation. ;-)

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  4. H G Wells I would ask him where he got all those futuristic ideas from!

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  5. I would invite Danielle Steel. I love her books and have been reading them for many years.

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  6. I would invite Joyce Carol Oates because I think she would definitely be a fascinating person to speak to.

    Thanks for the chance to win!!

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  7. I would invite Stephen King because if talking to him is anything like reading On Writing, it would be really fun to pick his brain about writing and inspiration and life in Maine.

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  8. I'd invite Dean Koontz. Would love to pick his brain. LOL

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  9. C. S. Lewis definitely! He's such a creative writer, I'd love to talk to him about his stories!!

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  10. Cynthia Eden, she is amazing person and author :)

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  11. Jodi Picoult because I love her books.

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  13. Rick Riordan. His books are just sooo adventurous!

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  14. I would invite Sherrilyn Kenyon to discuss her Dark Hunter world.

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  15. The late Isaac Asimov - when I was at school, people told me I shouldn't be any good at science because I was good at writing. Even when I was interviewed for University, the college principal said I was a conundrum. Isaac Asimov was a talented writer AND a scientist, and he could give me some tips for pithy replies to such comments
    Jane

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  16. I would invite Elizabeth Lennox so that I could ask her questions about her characters !

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  17. Robin Hobb-her portrayal of characters is something amazing, and I'd love to chat!

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  18. angie fox because i would love to meet her shunk and perhaps frankie would make an appearance

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  19. I would invite my favorite author Nora Roberts.

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  20. Oh, that's a tough one. I think the question would be, who would I be least nervous with to have over for tea? And that list would be slim. Umm...I think I'd like to have Madeleine Thien over. She's so soft spoken and eloquent and I loved her latest book.

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  21. Harlan Coben because he's a very intriguing person.

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  22. I'd like to have tea with Stephen King :) (I doubt he'd want tea but to have a talk would be nice) :)

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  23. I will invite Carole Mattews as she enjoy cakes and craft. WE will have a lot to talk about.

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  24. I would invite Wendy Lou Jones cause she sounds like a lot of fun!

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  25. Meghan Quinn because her books are funny and make me laugh.

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  26. Wow, this is a tough one...so many good authors out there...I would love to talk to John Steinbeck who wrote East of Eden!!!

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  27. Roddy Doyle, to thank him for the laughs which have helped through some tough times

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  28. Gerald Durrell (but unfortunately he's deceased) so David Attenborough instead. Would be amazing to hear about all his adventures and animal encounters

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  29. George RR Martin so I could pump him for Game of Thrones spoilers!

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  30. JK Rowling! She is a legend and so smart :)

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  31. I'd love to talk with JK Rowling. Her story is so inspiring.

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  32. Fernando Pessoa, I would love to understand that person's mind.

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  33. For me it would be Catherine Cookson sadly not here now love the books so it would be Lynn Andrews I'd live to be in one of her settings in one of her era novels.

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  34. Oprah- would be fun

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  35. Kevin Brownlow because I like to talk movies!

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  36. I would invite J.K. Rowling, my kid adores her books :)

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  37. I would invite Herbert George Wells to talk about his scifi ideas.

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  38. I would invite J.K. Rowling I adore her books!

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  39. william shakespeare would be a lot of fun

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  40. Sarah J Maas as I'd love to meet her and talk about her ACOTAR series, I've also heard she's really funny and nice

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  41. I'd invite J.K. Rowling because we would have the most magical conversation ever!

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  42. Penelope Douglas. She's my favourite author and if I got a chance to only be in the ame room with her, I could die a happy girl.

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  43. id invite jodi picoult. her books are thought provoking so i think she'd be interesting to talk to

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  44. I would love to have a tea party with Nicola May. I think she would be inspirational in that her personal circumstances would help me at the moment. Plus she writes amazing books.
    Great giveaway. Thank you.
    Amanda.

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  45. Ken Follett, he is a gentleman :D

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  46. Farley Mowat (RIP) because he lived such an interesting life! Thanks for giving. Besos Sarah.

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  47. I'd love to have tea with Jane Austin.

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  48. One of my favorite authors, Penny Reid, because I'd want to find out what gave her the ideas to write such awesome books!

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  49. The great Agatha Christie as she didn't like social gatherings much and I think she would have some good things to talk about

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  50. Road Dahl because of his imagination

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  51. Victoria Hislop - I just thoroughly enjoyed The Island

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  52. Danielle Steel. Would like to know where you gets her ideas from.

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  53. I'd definitely invite J.K Rowling to my tea party cause I admire her so much and we'd just talk and fangirl about Harry Potter for hours!

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  54. I would love to hang out with Jill Shalvis and see if she's as funny in real life as she is in her books and her online presence!

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  55. I would love to talk to George Orwell, still love all his books

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  56. I would invite Stephen King because I've always been a fan of horror literature, and have been reading his books since I was a child.

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  57. Cleo Coyle. I'd like to learn more about their writing process, since they're a husband/wife writing team.

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  58. Charles Dickens because his characters fascinate me and I'd love to know more about life in those times, as he wrote about life & people as he observed them.

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  59. J.R.R. Tolkien. I'd love to pick his brain to know where and how did he come up with such a wonderful world. He invented a language, for God's sake, lol.

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