Thursday, August 17, 2017

Books and Tea Tote Bag, Mug & Pillow Set Giveaway


Enter this giveaway for a chance to win a Books and Tea bag, pillow and mug set designed by Redgoldsparks. Good luck!


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55 comments:

  1. Give Me the Child by Mel McGrath. It was a clever and well written psychological thriller that had many twists and turns.

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  2. My fav book so far was When The Bishop Needs an Alibi by Vannetta Chapman this book out of the several books I have read was just so good and a real page turner. I read it in a day and I plan to read the other book this author has out . ptclayton2@aol.com Thank you for this giveaway!

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  3. My favorite book in 2017 so far is Illumination by Susannah Sandlin, because it is an exciting ending to her Penton series.

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  4. Gemina. I loved Illuminae and Gemina hit it out of the park. I loved how the story was presented in such a unique way and the story was packed with action.

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  5. I don't get much time for reading but my mum reads a lot, she likes the Agatha Raisin stories

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  6. Through The Barricades by Denise Deegan was a very good read, an Irish #HistFic which begins in 1913, goes through lots of troubles like WW1 and culminating in the Easter Rising, very well written.

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  7. I loved TM Logan Lies. It was a great read.

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  8. The Mark of the King by Jocelyn Green was incredible!

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  9. Astrophysics for people in a hurry by Neil deGrassen Tyson. It has lots of interesting facts about astrophysics explained in a simple and understandable manner.

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  10. My favorite book of 2017 is a tie between Once and for all by Sarah Dessen and Braced by Alyson Gerber.

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  11. A change is going to come :)

    Comment from Ash @Ms_Zircon

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  12. BEAUTY LIKE THE NIGHT by Joanna Bourne. Clever, romantic, and suspenseful historical novel about the world of spies.

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  13. I loved The Lilac Bouquet by Carolyn Brown because it kept me interested.

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  14. The Forbidden by Jodi Ellen Malpas so far is mine. Just started it but I've always loved her writing :)

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  15. I really enjoyed reading Murder Games by James Patterson (but there again I always love his books) and Howard Roughan. Whether this will stay my favourite is the question.

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  16. I just finished Always in my Heart by Pam Weaver and it was an awesome book that I couldn't put down.

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  17. the final installment of robin hobb's fitz and the fool series xx

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  18. Beard Science by Penny Reid. I love the entire series but the hero, Cletus, is just amazing!

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  19. Little Sister by Isabel Ashdown, it's completely gripping!

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  20. The Essex Serpent by Sarah Perry so totally my kind of book.

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  21. I loved Moving Kings by Joshua Cohen

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  22. Homegoing by Yaa Gyasi... this book is a wonderful story of interwoven characters that go back to Africa then on to America...Wonderful saga....

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  23. Echoes in Death by J.D. Robb. I continue to be fascinated by this series and am always anxious for the next installment.

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  24. THe Dangerous Royals Series by Annika MArtin because its action packed, fast pacing kind of story and less romance.

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  25. Not sure I have a favorite book from this year. One of my favorites I am reading is from 2003. Mountains Beyond Mountains by Tracy Kidder. Great book so far, I definitely would recommend reading it.

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  26. The north water by Ian McGuire because I love adventure stories!

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  27. illumination by susannah sandly because we waiting for it for more than 1y and it really complete teh series well

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  28. Letters from the Lost by Brigid Kemmerer. It was really emotional.

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  29. I enjoyed Exposure by Aga Lesiewicz. Could not put it down. Very well writing and got me gripped until the end.

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  30. My favorite book of 2017 has definitely been The Hate U Give by Angie Thomas! ☺️

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  31. Four Years Later by Emma Doherty. I've never felt heroines emotiones like I did here.

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  32. I haven't found any book this year that's I've really loved I've not had as much time this year to read than I usually do. I keep entering your comps in the hope that one day I will win a beautiful set like this one. One can only dream....

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  33. Odd Thomas is my favorite book every year.

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  34. I have not had the chance to read any books,my favourite read at the moment is your blog, I am always logging on to see what you are writing about.

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  35. One that I enjoyed was Denying the Duke by Callie Hutton! It was my second book by her I read...the first one I fell in love with...and cannot wait to read all of hers. It was so romantic...

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  36. The Essex Serpent by Sarah Perry so intriguing and well written..

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  37. I don't remember if I've read a book from this year, I've been trying to keep up with my tbr that I've had for the past 3 years, so many books to read.

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  38. Haven´t read that many books this year, but if I have to choose one it would be the one I read right now. Touch of Frost by Jennifer Estep. A book filled with myths and magic! :)

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  39. My favorite book in 2017 so far is Escrito na Água
    de Paula Hawkins because I love thrillers.

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  40. Book of the year...Hmm, that's a hard one, there have been a few. It might have to be Blackwing by Ed McDonald though, loved it!

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  41. I finally read Eat Pray Love this year and I really loved it!

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  42. My favorite book so far this year is Faith Hunter's Cold Reign. I love all the characters & how they interact with each other.

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  43. One of my favourites this year was The Vanishing of Audrey Wilde by Eve Chase.

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  44. Not actually one of this years books, but one I read this year - A Man in Full - so very full, paints a fascinating picture of America

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  45. fab give away! just looking through your blog and it's great x

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  46. Just finished Midnight by J Cox, easy reading, just how I like my books

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  47. I really enjoyed Universal Harvester by John Darnielle but it was very hard to read (weird and super abstract). For a light read, Wife for a While by Lorna Baldwin was super fun.

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  48. Silver Silence by Nalini Singh, it's a great addition to a brilliant series.
    jen dot barnard at btinternet dot com

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  49. Jill Shalvis' The Trouble With Mistletoe. Love her characters, the storyline, Heartbreaker Bay where the story is set! Everything about her books!

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  50. The Handmaid's Tale because the TV show blew me away, but the book was even better!

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  51. The Break - Marian Keyes! Im Almost half way through and im really enjoying it x x x

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