Sunday, September 17, 2017

Jilly Jilly Book Lover & Tea Party Mugs and Notebooks Giveaway


Enter this giveaway for a chance to win Jilly Jilly Book Lover and Tea Party notebooks and mugs. Good luck!


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

35 comments:

  1. Guillaume Musso, for sure! He is my favorite author, unfortunately I'm not very good at french, so... it would be a little bit embarrassing!

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  2. I would invite Brad Meltzer. He's an author I have met a number of times and would be cool to have at a tea party.

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  3. 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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  4. Janet Evanovich!!! Just love her Stephanie Plum books and would love to sit down with her and talk about how she comes up with all of Lula's phrases hahaha

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  5. John Green. I feel like he'd make for amazing conversation.

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  6. I would invite Stephen King.... I would make sure it was a day time meeting though :)

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  7. That's a tough question, hmm I think it would be James Patterson. I love his books and am intrigued how it works with a co-author, which I would hopefully then discover. :-)

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  8. The Jilly Jilly range are great, I shall help you share the giveaway.

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  9. My no 1 would be Gerald Durrell but he is deceased, so I'd choose David Attenborough as I love natural history especially birds

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  10. Lisa Abend, porque me encantan sus libros

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  11. It would be a hard choice between Jodi Picoult and Stephen King - I love both of their work so much! Stephen King is the master of horror and his books have made me genuinely scared. Jodi Picoults' work stirs up so many emotions and they are always so damn good!

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  12. I would invite Maria V Snyder, I would love to talk about the chronicles of Ixia.

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  13. It would be a toss up between Sue Grafton and Lee Child. Both of these authors have a way of drawing me into their story where i lose all sense of anything happening around me. Im really curious how much these 2 authors have in common with their series characters

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  14. Dean Koontz. Stephen King. How about both!

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  15. I would invite Sherrilyn Kenyon to my tea party, because I love her Dark Hunter series.

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  16. David Sedaris, he sure can spin a yarn.

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  17. Octavia Butler! She was my introduction to African-American Science Fiction, and I will ALWAYS be so Grateful!

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  18. J.K. Rowling! She is awesome!

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  19. Dean Koontz my fav for about 15yrs now!

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  20. William Patterson always love a good mystery. vboudreau57@gmail.com

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  21. I'd invite Roberta kray as I think her story would be fascinating

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  22. Stephen King, because He has the most awesome imagination.

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  23. JK Rowling, of course! It'd be amazing to talk to her over tea!

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  24. I would totally invite J.K Rowling because I am her biggest fan. I would love to live in her imagination.

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  25. Penelope Douglas. She's my favourite author and I would justlove to meet her in person.

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  26. Tough question! Probably Dean Koontz or Stephen King because I'd love to ask them questions about their books! Thank you for all of your amazing giveaways

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  27. Richard Harris one of my favourite author. Will be great to discover more about the author.

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  28. Cat Winters because she's one of my favorites authors. Thanks for the giveaway! (Valentina B. - on the raffle)

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  29. Adam Silvera because I am currently ADORING "They Both Die at the End", and he's such an amazing person.

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  30. Sierra Simone because I adore her writing

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  31. I'd invite Laura Ingalls Wilder. She was my favorite author as kid. If you mean to choose an author who's alive, then I guess Judy Blume. Also because of the connection I had to her books as a kid.

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  32. Ralph Waldo Emerson....he is distant relative on my maternal grandfather side

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  33. Ilona Andrews. I'm a big fan of their stories. I went to one of their book signings & they seem like such nice & down to earth people.

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