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Wednesday, January 31, 2018

Books by Sophie McKenzie, Mugs, Chocolate, Tea & Tin Giveaway



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65 comments:

  1. I love the winter season in books as it often makes the story even more cozy and heartwarming!

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  2. Winter because I have more free time

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  3. "What's your favorite season to read about and why?" Autumn seems like a fine season to read about! There need to be more books firmly focused on autumn!

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  4. Winter for the the coziness of curling up to keep warm and read
    Florence Cochrane

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  5. All are good when it comes to books :)

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  6. Summer, ao that I can sit outside and enjoy the sunshine while reading.

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  7. Autumn. I love that it can be described as earthy. I love picturing the foliage. I love that it may start to rain. Everything's dying but I don't look at it like that, I think it's more of a new start. It's the perfect season to read about.

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  8. Hmmmm, good question. I'd say spring overall, as it is my favourite season, though really it depends on how good the plot is most of all. For instance, The Snow Queen series by KM Shea utilised winter so beautifully!! :D (And I do love snow...)

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  9. Winter.....snuggling up in bed with a good book. I read all year around though.

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  10. I winter especially around Christmas time. Love staying in the warm at home with a good book

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  11. No particular season is better to read about for me
    jan

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  12. I love reading about the fall seasons, and the other three, lol

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  13. I like reading about Winter, especially Christmas. Because it's my favorite time of the year.

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  14. Winter/Fall, I love to saty cozy inside with a good book and a cup of hot chocolate.

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  15. That's a tough question. I'd say summer because I enjoy reading about it while sitting by the poo. But winter is a favorite too. Especially if the story takes place during the holidays.

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  16. I don't really have a particular season I like to read about. However my favorite season overall is fall.

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  17. I love to read about autumn mostly. Why? Because it reminds me of my mother!

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  18. My favorite season to read about is Spring because all the flowers are coming into bloom.

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  19. Summer because I like to read outside on a park bench during the Summer months.

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  20. I don't have a favorite season! It just depends upon the book! Rita Spratlen

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  21. I'll say camping season LOL...I literally have two boxed sets in the camper to re-read, just in case I fully read the book I am on, or if my husband needs a book to read to keep busy. Mostly I walk during the day but in the evening I'm usually sitting outside enjoying mother nature and a good book!!

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  22. Every season is great. Reading is luckily something that's not weather dependant.

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  23. I don't think the season is that important; it's the storyline that is.

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  24. As long as the story is not centered around one holiday then it doesn't matter for me.

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  25. I love to read about winter, it is so romantic!

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  26. I like the fall! Its my favorite season in real life and to read about in books.

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  27. I love all seasons but probably fall, because where I live we only seem to have fall for a week or so, so I always dream of having an entire season of it!

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  28. I love reading about summer! We dont get much of it in the UK!

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  29. Summer for sure because there's so many awesome things to do; swimming, the beach, boating, it's great!

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  30. I love reading books set in Autumn, the colours and the aura of the novel is always enhanced for me xx

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  31. Really looking forward to reading Defy the Stars, have heard great things!

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  32. I love reading about scenic autumn settings!
    Samantha D

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  33. I don't have a especiffic season to read about.

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  34. I like to read about summer because I love everything about it.

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  35. Winter! I love settings in snow, especially the mountains. Lived in Alaska for 10years and loved every minute of it.Thank you for this wonderful chance!

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  36. Summer probably, but I really love all seasons. Why? Because I love summer flings.

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  37. Winter, because I love winter myself so it is lovely to read a book based then.

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  38. Spring, beautiful colors and new life

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  39. Spring because it's all about new beginnings. Baby animals are born, the flowers start to bloom and the sun shines just nicely.

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  40. Autumn, it has such a quiet, mysterious atmosphere and a terrific range of colour too!

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  41. I love reading stories about winter because I love the beauty of the snow and mountains.

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  42. I am a reading fun and I love to read all the time.

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  43. love the summer season - so much more comfortable

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  44. I love summer but some of my favourite books are set in winter and and you can almost feel the chilly weather. Just finished The Break by Vermette and the Canadian winter weather of Winnipeg is a real factor in the book.

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  45. Summer is my favourite time as I prefer the outdoors and living close to the sea I love to take a book to the beach read relax and enjoy

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  46. I never really thought about it. I guess I like books that are in a different world per say so not sure.

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  47. I love reading books about the spring when new life is forming and one is more optimistic.

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  48. Summer I love relaxing on a sun lounger while reading a good book.

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  49. Summer probably as there is usually a lot of walking on the beach, picnics and fairs etc. I love that!

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  50. I love winter, ice and snow.It must make me feel cosy indoors cuddled up.

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  51. Autumn as it always has a forbidding, mysterious atmosphere!

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  52. I like to read about summer as it's my favourite season.

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  53. I'll read anything and everything! I do enjoy reading books about summer, which is weird because I hate heat and prefer the winter.

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  54. I don't have a favorite season to read about. I love them all.

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  55. i love books set in winter. they make me feel cosy

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  56. Winter and summer! Every season and a different book style!
    twitter: @Vasiliki9280

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  57. I like Summer because you don't need heavy coat & also it my bithday

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  58. I love reading books set in Winter time. We tend to just get rain and cold but I love the snow or reading about fairytale Christmases.

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  59. My favorite season to read about is summer time, just feels like a fun season and good for romance.

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  60. Winter - I think descriptions of snow and ice can be so nice even if I hate the cold

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  61. I love reading about Winter, especially if it includes Christmas x

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  62. Summer because my kids are constantly ill over the cold months

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  63. I love Christmas novels so winter is my favourite, although I do like the ones that are set at the seaside - doesn't necessarily have to be during the tourist season.

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