Sunday, November 19, 2017

Woodland Tea Wallet & Book Sleeve, Fox Mug, Leaf Tea Set & Books Giveaway



Enter this giveaway for a chance to win a Woodland tea wallet and matching book sleeve made by Dri Sewing, a fox mug, a Leaf Tea tea set and three books. Good luck!


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65 comments:

  1. The Autumn Visitors by Karel Hayes. It follow a family of bears as they head out to enjoy all of the events that autumn brings. They visit a carnival and even go trick or treating, all without being noticed.

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  2. I can't think of an autumn story to be honest.

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  3. I'm not sure I migrate towards seasonal stories during said season.

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  4. I don't have a favourite autumn story, I simply read non-stop. :-)

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  5. I can't think of any autumn stories either. I don't think the season is that important, it's the plotline that draws your attention to a book.

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  6. I love reading creepy thrillers in the autumn as the dark nights come in.

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  7. I don't think I have a favourite Autumn story but I have a favourite story set in the woods, it's The Girl Who Loved Tom Gordon by Stephen King.

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  8. I love autumn seasons depicted in fantasy novels, especially those with autumnal descriptions that really take me into the author's world xx

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  9. I love reading Deborah Harkness' Discovery of Witches in Autumn as it is perfect for the run up to Halloween.

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  10. I don't recall any autumn story, but my son used to have a book called We're Going On A Leaf Hunt.

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  11. I'm struggling to think of one. Funny how some seasons stand out more than others in books. I'm sure I have some cozy mysteries set in the fall.

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  12. I'm not sure they're all set in the fall, but I always feel like Sarah Addison Allen's books really suit the season since they have a bit of magical realism to them.

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    1. I know what you mean and I totally agree with you. They're really special!

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  13. THE only thing I can think of as an autumn story are the ones that usually about Ash the lead in Fae books

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  14. These books aren't necessarily set in Autumn but i read Pride and prejudice every year in the autumn and Jane Eyre.

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  15. I don't have a favourite autumn story.

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  16. I love any good story no matter what season they are set in

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  17. I cannot think of any autumn story .. if I have read a story that takes place in the fall I cannot remember....

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  18. I'm not sure if I've ever read a book that was set in fall. But I love fall it's cool and without the pollen.

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  19. I usually associate Harry Potter with fall! So HP it is!
    Samantha D

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  20. I don't have a favourite autumn story to be honest. I love the autumn.

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  21. I can't think of a story specifically set in Autumn, but the question instantly made me recall the children's series 'The Animals of Farthing Wood'. I remember reading about their struggles throughout the seasons.

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  22. My favorite book to read in the fall is A Separate Peace by John Knowles. It takes place during the entirety of a school year, so fall through spring, but the opening setting descriptions are so vivid it always reminds me of fall :)

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  23. "The Ocean at the End of the Lane" by Neil Gaiman is my fav autumn book. It’s got that other-wordly twist of NG novels but it’s also incredibly cozy, especially if you listen to him read the audio book :-)

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  24. Hmm I can't think of any autumn stories, but I am sure I must have read a few by now!

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  25. I don't have a category of each season books but it looks a good idea

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  26. My favorite time is going to the mountains with my dad to see the leaves when I was a child. It was his favorite time of year and it will always be mine because it reminds me of our time together.

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  27. any Stephen King novels, these novels depicts autumn as very sinister, with noghts drawing in - reason extra shivers.

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  28. cant think of any related to autumn but i love reaaing wuthering heiggts in the autumn!

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  29. Jane Eyre. It's always cold outside but Jane loves her walks and so do I. And then there's a cosy fireplace waiting at Thornfield Hall 😉

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  30. Mine is the Dancing Tiger - a lovely childrens book

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  31. Daddy's Little Star, a delightful picture book

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  32. Roald Dahl's Book of Ghost Stories by Roald Dahl: Roald Dahl sure had good taste in ghost stories! The beloved children's book author read more than 700 chilling and thrilling stories in the British Museum Library before selecting the 14 that appear in this anthology. Edith Wharton, Robert Aickman, and other great authors penned the short stories, so the collection is a nice — and spine-tingling — introduction to serious literature for younger teens.

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  33. It Happened One Autumn by Lisa Kleypas. It was a beautiful story. This whole series is so wonderful.

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  34. Safe Haven by Nicholas Sparks, because he's my favorite author.

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  35. favorite Autumn story is a children's book - The Little Yellow Leaf
    ajn

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  36. A good book to read in the fall is Price and Prejudice by Jane Austen.

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  38. I haven't read "Pax" yet and it sounds so good!

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    1. I don't know of any particular autumn stories. How about the fall and winter movie "Meet Me In St. Louis"?

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  39. i dont know any autumn stories, but the gruffalo is a great winter story to read with the kids

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  40. I don't know any Autumn stories myself.

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  41. I don't have a favourite autumn story right now.

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  42. I don't really know but I think that every season is ideal for a good book!
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  43. Isn't 'The Secret Garden' essentially an autumn story? I can remember the boy telling mary that the garden was still 'wick' (quick, alive) when she first encounters it and thinks that it is dead. He cuts a branch and shows her that the plant is alive but dormant.
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  44. I love stories set around Halloween. On of my favorite fall/Halloween cozies is Laura Levine's Death of a Neighborhood Witch.

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  45. walking in the woods amongst the fallen leaves

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  46. I find it difficult to have favourite anything, let alone in a particular season

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  47. I can't think of any particular stories set in autumn, but it's one of my favourite times of the year to read. After being uncomfortable in summer I love to snuggle down in autumn with a good book.

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  48. The Last leaf by O'Henrey - so sad

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  49. im not sure!! i cant think of any set in autumn

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  50. Can't really think of autumn ones, read all the time, just finished 11.22.63 I guess thats set in Autumn. A huge book but very worthwhile!

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  51. I love Autumn Story one of the Brambly Hedge books. The illustrations are just beautiful. A lovely book about my favourite time of year!

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  52. None i cant think of off top of my head

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  53. I love a good book no matter what month or season

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  54. I can't think of something specific, tbh. I love Autumn, though.

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  55. Good reads tells me that To Kill A Mockingbird, Lord of The Rings series and Jane Eyre count as autumn reads. I love them for the truth in them as well as the fantasy and courage.

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  56. Do love PAX - it's sad but uplifting at the same time. Love foxes too.

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  57. I cant really think of an autumn story but when its cold outside I like to curl up with some fantasy like Lord of the rings or Harry Potter.

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