Saturday, September 23, 2017

Alice in Wonderland Necklace & Tea Collection Giveaway


Enter this giveaway for a chance to win a beautiful Alice in Wonderland necklace made by The Locket Library and the Literary Tea Company's Alice's Wonderland Tea Collection. Good luck!



The winner will be notified by email and has 3 days to respond. All of our giveaways are international.

56 comments:

  1. 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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  2. I agree, Stephen King would be the perfect guest.

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  3. I would invite Sherrilyn Kenyon, Christine Feehan, and J.R. Ward to my tea party, because they are my favorite authors. Their world building is fantastic and I would like to learn more about it.

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  4. I would invite Richard Fenton and Andrea Waltz. I loved their Onyx Webb series and would like to pick their brains about how they wrote them.

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  5. I'd like to meet Oscar Goodman former mayor of Las Vegas and former mob lawyer. I find him absolutely fascinating and have read his book multiple times.

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  6. "Who would you invite to your tea party and why?" I would invite Elizabeth I. She could give make-up tips, and her jewelled gowns might snag and lose a jewel or two when she sweeps past a strategically placed nail or two.

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  7. a mis amigas porque se lo merecen

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  8. would love Mary Beard to come so we could talk history, and maybe a few other interesting friends of hers could tag along, make it really interesting!!

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  10. I would invite my daughter because she is my most favorite person.

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  11. I would invite my family

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  12. If I could invite anyone to my tea party it would have to be miss @suzelavender and lady @annieksnowroses. We could do like a brunch :D

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  13. I would invite Quentin Tarantino to talk movies.

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  14. I'd like to invite my best friend. Because I want to spend a tea time with him.

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  15. I would invite other book loving friends to my tea party, and my daughter. :-) Those teas look amazing!

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  16. I'd invite my friend M, because she has had me over for tea too many times to count.

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  17. I would invite my mom because I always enjoy our time together.

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  18. I would invite martin clunes to ask him all about doc martin and wether he knows anything medical

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  19. besides my family I would invite some of my favorite authors like J.K. Rowling, Liane Moriarty, Anne Frasier, and more.

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  20. Birgit because we both love tea and books

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  21. I would invite Chip and Joanna Gaines to my tea party because they're just really good people.

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  22. I would invite my grannies, mum and sisters to my tea party.

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  23. My best friend, my favorite author (V.E. Schwab), and me. :)

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  24. With Miki, of course, as we both love tea and books.

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  25. The Queen as I would love to say I had tea with her Majesty

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  26. My three precious sisters whom I don't get to see often enough because they live "over the pond" in America.

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  27. The Robert Harris. I am a big fan. Sharing a cup of tea will be the cherry on the cake.

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  28. Helena Christensen because she is interesting and has great personal style . By va

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  29. My favorite authors so I could chat with them.

    mia2009(at)comcast(dot)net

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  30. my friend Krizim, she's mad on Alice in Wonderland and had a 40th birthday party themed around it!

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  31. My best friend who i only get to see one week out off a year.we read and had tea and pie.

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  32. I'd invite Edna Mode (from The Incredibles)! To talk about fashion, women power and see how she feels about mantles as fall trend

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  33. Ian McKellen, I bet he'd have some amazing stories.

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  34. I'd love to have a tea part with Lara Jean Covey from To All the Boys I've Loved Before. I can just imagine how cute she would make everything and she'd most definitely bring some tasty bakes to eat too.

    Anjalee www.twodifferentworlds.com

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  35. I would invite Carolyn Hart, Agatha Christie and Louise Penny to a royal tea celebrating ladies of mystery.

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  36. Suze and Anniek :) Both of them made this bloging, bookish thing happen and I'm so grateful.

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  37. My sister and my best friend to talk about our favourite books!

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  38. I would go back in time and invite.my grandma. I miss her daily and she absolutely loved tea. Thank you

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  39. Sir Michael Caine we would drink tea and talk about his life.

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  40. I would invite my mum, sister and my children

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  41. Sir David Jason I admire him as an actor and he would be so much fun.

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  42. I would love to have a tea party with Alice herself a talk all about her adventures in Wonderland.

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  43. My mum, because she was the one who introduced me to tea <3

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  44. Some of my bookish friends I’ve met along the way, to share our love of reading and alliance in wonderland:)

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  45. Dame Helen Mirren..amazing lady

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  46. I'd invite the sex & the city ladies, I love a good catfight over a cuppa

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  47. I'd invite Lewis Carroll to discuss the Alice books while we re enacted the Mad Hatter's tea party.

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  48. id invite george r r martin so i can ask him when he intends to finish the books!!

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  49. My daughter who is an avid Alice fan

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  50. My children as they are the best mini peoole to spend time with

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  51. anyone who is as mad as me! and book-lovers.

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  52. MyMum.She is so important for me.

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  53. My four grandparents. I never met 3 out of 4, so I'd like the opportunity to meet them and talk.

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