Friday, November 17, 2017

Fable & Black Lucky Dip Box, Pocket Mirror, Mugs & Pin Giveaway


Enter this giveaway for a chance to win two Fable & Black mugs, a Lucky Dip Box filled with bookish surprises, a Drink Coffee and Read Books pin and a Love Books pocket mirror. 


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

47 comments:

  1. A handmade crochet bookmark given to me by a very close friend.

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  2. I would say my gold angel bookmark because it was given to me by someone special.

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  3. A Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets movie promo babble head of Fluffy the three headed dog. I worked for a movie promo company and my boss gave me it cause she’s heard I loved HP! I’m so happy to have it!
    Samantha D

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  4. I have a silver mermaid book mark. It's so pretty. It's thin and holds my place beautifully.

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  5. My bird ID book I bought for my bird watching holiday to Cuba many years ago. The trip was led by Chris Packham and I got him to sign it for me!

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  6. My most treasured bookish items are little handmade bookmarks that my kids made me.

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  7. A little bookmark my son made for me.

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  8. A beautiful paperwork bookmark with my initial on made by my Mum (we have the same initial), I'll always treasure it.

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  9. My treasures are the bookcases I made with my husband. fishingjanATaolDOTcom

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  10. I have two autographed books that I have as well as a coffee mug from a printer

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  11. My copy of Little Women. Over 40 years old. My favorite book!

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  12. mister muddles mischeif book,, it has done it rounds in the family!

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  13. My fathers copies of some poems from when he was at school in 1949! He died when I was 9 and they are my only possessions that were his :)

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  14. Little statue of Death from Discworld. I just love anything to do with Discworld, all the books are so wonderful.

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  15. I have an old copy of my school primer. I love to read and that is where it started

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  16. A signed paperback copy of one of my favorite books

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  17. my novelty man lamp, perfect lighting for reading

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  18. My window seat and my all my books.

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  19. My book marks that I got from my daughter whilst visiting her in Australia, beautiful, with koalas, kangaroos etc on them.

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  20. I have a signed book by David Gemmel that was the last published before he died!

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  21. I am in my 70s but when I was 13 in my Secondary Modern school I won a Progress Prize - a choice of any book in the Head teachers' office - so I chose an encyclopedia because I didn't have one at home - and I still have it, one of my most prized possessions!

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  22. My 2 Bill Bryson books which were my grandads before he died- my gran gave them to me and the pages still smell of him and his cigarette smoke, and he's written his name in them so I feel close to him holding them.

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  23. My favorite two books are the complete works of Shakespeare and Poe :)

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  24. when I was in school my teacher gave me a book and it stills as a good memory

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  25. My most treasured bookish item is a beautiful angel bookmark for my bible :-)

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  26. a lovely handmade bookmark by my friend and co-worker who passed a few years ago.
    - CL Chin

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  27. My kindle for when I can't always afford books and get them a bit cheaper or free.

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  28. My most precious is Harry Potter series.

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  30. The book that my grandma gave me. It was given to her from a penpal she had from France when she was a young girl. It's special to me because I would love to visit Paris someday.

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  31. My most treasured bookish possession is a book mark I received when I was young
    jan

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  32. I do not have any! I am so sad, I totes need a bookmug to be my most precious thing

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  33. Some bookish Pins I have. Love them.

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  34. I have a little tiny Golden Book about Panda's Paintbox. I read that book over and over when I was a little girl. I am so glad I kept it so my Chloe Pearl can read it.

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  35. It would be my black bookshelf because I put it together by myself.

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  36. my kindle was my most treasured possession, but I broke the screen a few day's ago; gutted.

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  37. A bookmark my son made me at primary school

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  38. A small French dictionary and German dictionary that were originally my Nanna's and passed through my Mum to me and I'll give it to my daughter.

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  39. A bookmark made by my son when he was a nursery...it makes putting a book down a little less painful!

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  40. Bookmarks, made by my four children, I think I have one for every book I own! They are all equally precious! lol

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  41. i love all of my signed books, especially the ones i got signed myself and met the authors

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  42. I love my signed books. I spoke to the lovely Katie Fforde on Twitter and said I had read all her books apart from her first one. She very kindly sent me a signed copy of it. Feel a bit guilty as that was't my intention, just wanted her to know how much I love her books. But that means a lot. I have also had my name mentioned in the acknowledgements from another favourite author and that's just from communicating via FB on posts, couldn't believe it when I saw my name.

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  43. All my books from the Harry Potter series, my signed novels and all the novels I read in school.

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