Monday, November 20, 2017

Six YA Books, Hearts Book Sleeve & Sterling Silver Necklace Giveaway



Enter this giveaway for a chance to win a hearts book sleeve made by Melvis Makes, a sterling silver heart necklace and six YA books. Good luck!


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48 comments:

  1. I love Titans by Victoria Scott. Mechanical horses and racing. It's so original and fun!

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  2. There are so many but the first one that comes to mind is The Sky is Everywhere by Jandy Nelson. It's a heart-wrenching tale of grief, love and forgiveness that will make you laugh and cry. Beautifully written and manages to be funny, heartbreaking and joyful all at once. This is not another teenage girly romance book - it's poetry in it's most beautiful form.

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  3. I have so many favorite ya books, but among the top favorites are More than a Moment by Kristin Albright, and The Possibility of Somewhere by Julia Day.

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    1. I love these books because they're well-written, have memorable characters and are terrific stories.

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  4. I have to say Harry Potter because it's full of magic.

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  5. The Harry Potter series, which shows a marvellous fantasy and enthralls you from beginning to end. Then Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children, I didn't think I'd like this one too much however I loved it and it abounds with imagination again.

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  6. The hunger games series as it kept me gripped the whole way through.

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  7. Love song yb Sophia Bennett, because its simple but beautiful.

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  8. Currently loving the "Fire Sermon" series by Francesca Haig!

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  9. My favorite YA book is The Victoria in My Head because of the snarky, musically-talented, anxiety-conquering POV character.

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  10. I have several, but I'd say 'Anna and the French Kiss' by Stephanie Perkins. It's just to happy and swoon-worthy. Also, it was one of my first that I read just for pleasure.

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  11. I'm torn, I love all the sweet, cute, romantic-ness of the Lara Jean series, but I found Cath in Fangirl to be such a relatable character.

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  12. I don't have a favourite but I do love reading them!

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  13. I have a lot of favorite YA books, but one of them is Tell Me Three Things by Julie Buxbaum, it is really original compared to most of the other ones.

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  14. A Thousand Boy Kisses by Tillie Cole, because it was such an emotional read and Tillie is one of my favorite authors.

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  15. My favourite YA book is Geekerella, because it revolved around geek culture and was a Cinderella retelling, two things I adore.

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  16. I really enjoyed The Illustrated Mum by Jacqueline Wilson. I read it to both of my daughter's who are dyslexic and all 3 of us really enjoyed it as it was the type of book you didn't want to put down.

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  17. I don't hav but I like to read this type of books

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  18. The new Emily Barr novel which I didn't even realise was YA when I bought it. Loved the memory lose plotline. Me & my daughter have read it.

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  19. I dont have one favorite, but if I had to re-read my YA books it will probably always be the fae ones I have. Ash tends to be the main character and there is romance and betrayal and mystery

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  20. I can't pick one favorite, really, because there are many. And I Darken, Beautiful Creatures, Vampire Academy and so on. I tend to like the books with strong characters that aren't treated as very special snowflakes

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  21. The hunger games I have read and enjoyed

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  22. the hunger games!! i just foudn them easy to read and enjoyable!

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  23. My favorite YA book is the Winner's Trilogy by Marie Rutkoski. So well-written and compelling!

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  24. The Hunger Games is my favorite YA book because of its complex characters and fascinating world building :-)

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  25. My favorite YA books are The Mortal Instruments series!!

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  26. Rival by Penelope Douglas. It was my first YA book and you newer forget your first, right? :) I'm also a huge fan of Penelope. She my No1 author.

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  27. Fave YA book: Twilight. Love vampire romance.

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  28. The Girl with the Red Balloon by Katherine Locke: Time travel! Magic balloons! Alternate history! There’s so much happening in Katherine Locke’s Young Adult debut, and it blends together in a way that feels effortless. Combine that with a story that shifts point of view and a world that’s spectacularly researched, and you’ve got one of the most memorable reads of 2017.

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  29. The Hunger Games series because it kept me on the edge of my seat.

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  30. favorite YA book right now is The Hate U Give
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  31. My favorite YA book is the whole Selection series books.

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  32. My favorite YA book is the Hunger Games, it was very exciting and thrilling.

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  33. I'll Give You the Sun by Jandy Nelson is one of my fave YA books.I just loved the characters so much and the way the story was told by both twins.I actually cried when I finished it because it was just so beautifully done.Courtney Hennagir on rafflecopter.

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  34. I loved "The Fault in Our Stars" because it was heart wrenching.

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  35. the fault in our stars by John Green. sensitive, difficult, true, funny and sad..
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  36. I really enjoyed The Lonely Life Of Biddy Weir by Lesley Allen it dealt with bullying in a really emotional and well written story.

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  37. I could never pick just one, but a recent favorite is Emma Mills' new book, Foolish Hearts. It was just perfection!

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  38. I love Rachel Caine's Morganville Vampires series. The books have everything you need - romance, action, & vampires.

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  39. I'd say The Queen of the Tearling - fantasy+romance :)

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  40. The Hunger Games its such a great story

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  41. The Harry Potter series, the Mortal Instruments, To All The Boys I've Loved Before series, Eleanor and Park, The Book Thief..... and so many many more. Reason why I loved them all is the beautiful story that they all have which made me forget and learn so much more.

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