Monday, February 5, 2018

Books by Trisha Ashley and Cathy Bramley, Mug & Ace Tea Giveaway



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32 comments:

  1. I like that the story is not or wild or frantic which enables more emphasis on plot and character development. Also, because they're usually set in small villages or towns with ordinary, everyday characters, you can relate to them.

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  2. I enjoy them because I live in one and can identify with lots of the incidents and characters.

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  3. I like the interwoven relationships in small towns.

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  4. "What do you like the most about stories set in small towns and why?" Well, I once read "Appointment In Samarra" by John O'Hara, and it was rather disappointing. But I did expect all the same bells and whistles and excitement that I would get in any setting. The super-literary-sounding title promised excitement and sophistication, but instead it was a wan story of small-town infidelity.

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  5. I grew up in a small town in Indiana, I can relate to these stories.

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  6. I like small town setting as everyone knows each other and the stories tend to be about relationships.

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  7. I don't think I've ever read any set in a small town.

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  8. the characters can be more easily linked together and developed xx

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  9. Everyone seems to like each other and d things together. I love that

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  11. (Elizabeth Matthiesen) In a small town setting or a village people tend to know everyone and so it's much easier to 'see' the places and people mentioned in the novel. That's also the reason that I like novels set in areas that I know well, it makes you feel more involved.

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  12. I love how you can get to know all the quirkly characters. It's a cosy home feeling.

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  13. Love the sceneries, the warm friendship and secrets that characters have.

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  14. reminds me of my childhood
    jan

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  15. I like stories set in small towns because everyone knows each other.

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  16. I have lived in small towns most of my life (we're talking from 36 people to about 1000) and I like a story that relates to what I'm familiar with. (all the sayings about small towns are true lol)

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  17. Stories about small towns are easy for me to relate to, since I grew up in a small town.

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  18. Stories set in small towns often have interesting local chararcters, more relatable than other genres.

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  19. Everyone is so friendly, peaceful, simple, not so rushing, everyone knows everyone!
    Thank you for this wonderful chance

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  20. I like the close knitted community of a small town

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  21. I like that people know each other because I grew up in a small town.

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  22. It's like a feeling of belonging, everyone knows everyone and it's almost like one big happy family.

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  23. I grew up on the south side of Chicago in a small town so I can relate to thee story. Linda May

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  24. OmG, stories about small towns are my favorite kind of stories. There's something about the town describing that makes a reader attached to the place, and also, you get to know the caracters and care about them. I read books by both of these authors and I love their work.

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  25. in a small town everyone knows each other and makes the stories good. more interaction and story lines.

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  26. I love that everyone know everyone and there's usually always some lady who knows everything.

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  27. I enjoy that you get to know all the characters and places in the story intimately, there is also something very impactful about tragedy or mystery in a small town as every character feels it.

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  28. I like to read stories about the small towns in Transilvanya, because I am from Romania.

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  29. I like the close relationships within the town.

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    Lubka K.

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