Thursday, September 7, 2017

Buddle Book Sleeve & Book of Choice Giveaway


Enter this giveaway for a chance to win a Vintage Roses Book Buddle book sleeve and a book of choice worth $10. Good luck!


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55 comments:

  1. I don't think I have a favourite era - murder and crime are as old as the human race itself!

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  2. The Progressive Era. It's an era of great technological change, and a time where people had faith that technology would solve the world's problems. Then the war began and technology led to slaughter. It's the period where the women in many nations fought for and won the right to vote. It's an era of great social change. Nations and empires rose and fell. It's an era that speaks to me on many levels. My favourite book for that period (well, more like 1910 to 1930) is John Dos Passos' USA trilogy. Brilliant writing.

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  3. My favorite era to read about is the Regency Period because I enjoy romance.

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  4. "What's your favorite era to read about and why?" I like the Victorian era. It's like they were steampunk even when they weren't steampunk!

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  5. I like reading about the Victorians - an era of social and techological upheavals that gave birth to the modern world.

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  6. Regency! Love those bodice rippers.

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  7. That's a tough question. I like stories in many eras. Victorian draws me in quite a bit.

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  8. Probably modern times although I do like watching period dramas / romance on tv

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  9. I like reading books set in modern times and in the future. I love to see how the future is portrayed.

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  10. I love reading about the plantagenet era, its so bloodthirsty and interesting!

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  11. I guess I'd say modern times, I don't have a favorite era preference

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  12. I like victorian mysteries, and discovered edward marstons books on this period are great

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  13. I love these buddles. A brain wave of an idea. Simple beautiful and practical.
    I love reading crime fiction, especially legal crime because I like the clever twists. It keeps my mind engaged on the book.
    Amanda

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  14. Sometimes I'll read just contemporary for a few weeks and then I'll change to Regency.

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  15. I can read about any era as long as its interesting ;)

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  16. I don't have a favourite era, I love historical novels as well as futuristic and present day novels. In fact I'll read the label on a ketchup bottle if there's nothing else to read!:-)

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  17. I adore the Victorian era, or any story involving old England <3

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  18. I like the Victorian, Edwardian eras. Things were changing in the world, especially for women. Currently reading a cozy mystery series set in the 1890's.

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  19. Regency and Victorian England - there is just something magical about the time although I'm glad we have indoor plumbing!

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  20. I love the Regency/Victoria era

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  21. The Victorian period mainly because I love Dickens and all things mysterious and gloomy.

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  22. The 1920's I love Agatha Christie and the first book I read was The Murder of Roger Ackroyd.

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  23. I love reading historical novels....especially around the Tudors period at the moment.

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  24. I love reading the Victorian era but also sci-fi fantasy type ones but they are all old fashioned style too x

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  25. When I read HR I love to read about the Highlanders era, so Scotland around 1100 or so.

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  26. I love reading about the Victorian Era!!

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  27. I like reading about ancient Rome and Greece because I love mythology!

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  28. Contemporary. Ilike reading from other eras, but this one I prefer the most. :-)

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  29. Right now I am loving contemporary literature - I am reading a lot of Margaret Atwood, Zadie Smith, Lauren Groff, Anthony Marra, etc. But I always have soft spots for anything in the Elizabethan/Gregorian/Victorian eras. I love Shakespeare, Jane Austen, and the Brontes.

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  30. I love to read books set in either the regency era or tudor eras.

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  31. I like to read about England's Regency era, probably because that was my first historical era (compliments of Georgette Heyer).

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  32. Although I love historical romances, contemporary still wins: I like YA romances (of this time) the most.

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  33. I prefer books set in modern times, but I'll give any time period a whirl.

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  34. I love historicals from the medieval times, but also the regency and Georgian... I also enjoy contemps, distopyans set in the future... It depends on my mood.

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  35. I love historical fiction and my favorite era to read is the Renaissance time period.

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  36. The medieval era because it intrigues me

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  37. I like atual histories, maybe because I can identify me more.

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  38. The 1800's! I just love the time frame.

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  39. No particular era, but I do love stories that switch between time periods.

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  40. I am usually between, Victorian, Modern, and Futuristic/Apocalyptic eras

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  41. Oooo, that's a hard one... I adore so many periods of history and love historical fiction. Probably either Regency or Edwardian. Okay... if I HAVE to choose... Regency! Whew!

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  42. i love to read about antiquity and also the future

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  43. I love to read about the Western US being settled. I love to read about cowboys and pioneers etc.

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  44. Probably the 50 and 60s = My childhood

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  45. I'm really enjoying stories set in the 1920s & 1930s. It's such a fascinating period.

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  46. 1950s. simpler era, but still close enough to us to be relatable

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  47. Victorian for attitudes, clothes. WWII for lessons still to learn.

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