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Friday, March 23, 2018

YA Books & Unicorn Tin, Plush, Notebooks, Mugs and Lunch Boxes Giveaway



Enter this giveaway for a chance to win YA books and a unicorn plush and tin and notebooks, mugs and lunch boxes. Good luck!


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55 comments:

  1. 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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  2. Winter. There's something about snow that I find appealing whether a romance, fantasy or horror story.

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  3. I don't have a favourite, any time of year is good for different reasons, each of the seasons can be magical in their own way.

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  4. "What's your favorite time of the year to read about and why?" Autumn! I just can't get enough of autumn!

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  5. I love reading romance books set in winter at Christmas. We have summer at Christmas and winter seems so much more romantic.

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  6. The season doesn't matter to me, it's the plotline that takes my interest.

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  7. I love listing to stories when ever like supper natural :)

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  8. descriptions of autumn always make me smile, as they're full of colour and change x

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  9. For me it's summer that I like reading about when it's winter here, it transports me from our deep freeze into the sunshine and warmth. :-)

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  10. There isn't a particular season that I prefer to read about!
    jan

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  11. I tend to like to read about the season we are in for some reason. It changes throughout the year I guess.

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  12. I love spring or fall ... i love the descriptions of the colours and smells ...plus i love those seasons the most

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  13. Not one in particular, tbh.

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  14. I love Christmas time. Always a cheerful and exciting time. They are so many great book around this time of the year and love admiring the book covers also.

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  15. Summer because it's my favourite season. A good writer can make me feel like I the sun is actually on me.

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  16. Summer because I love the warmer weather.

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  17. Winter...Winter is a wonderful time for reading, and there are certain things every book-lover does in the winter to make it as cozy as possible. When it's snowing outside, you can bundle up under a knit blanket and read a book as you sip a mug of hot cocoa ♡

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  18. I love summer stories, it is a romantic season.

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  19. I like beach stories because it is my favourite place

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  20. Summer because it's my favourite season.

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  21. J'aime particulièrement lire en Automne et en hiver sur mon canapé avec un bon thé !! Mais je lis en toutes saisons

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  22. I love reading about winter and Christmas. Makes me feel all cosy!

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  23. Winter, I like books for long cocooning evenings :-)

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  24. Christmas is always fun to read about.

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  25. Summer is lovely because Mother Nature is putting on her best show!

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  26. Summer because it's a good season for a lot of fun activities to do

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  27. Winter because I love the cold and snowy setting. 😊

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  28. Winter. Some amazing authors use mind blowing words to describe winter.

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  29. I don't have a favorite time of the year to read about!! They are all fine to me.

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  30. I absolutely love to read about spring. Spring is my favourite time of year and reading different writers' perception of it, awakens my all senses.

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  31. I also do not have a favorite time of year to read, I feel that I read equally the same time of year, whether I'm doing 3 hrs of OT bi-weekly or 14

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  32. I think winter because that's when I do the most reading!

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  33. I don’t have a favorite but Autumn is definitely the most sensory oriented season for me in books. I love the descriptions of bon fires, apple cider, (butter beer in Harry Potter!;) falling leaves, and pumpkin pie.:)

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  34. I honestly don't have a favourite time. To be it's about the story, the characters, the way I feel them.

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  35. Lovely giveaway thank you. I don't have a favourite season to read about, it depends on the story. My favourite season personally though is summer as I love the sun and longer days.
    Amanda.

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  36. I like reading summer stories beacuse it is the romantic season.

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  37. I dont have a favourite time to read i read all year round. Though its nice when on holiday or in the winter before the fire

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  38. i love reading about winter when im cosy and warm inside!

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  39. I love reading stories set at Christmas because it's my favourite time of year.

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  40. Spring because it's when all new life emerges @polly58

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  41. I love reading stories set in summer, especially if the beach is involved\!

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  42. i like to read stories set at start of new year

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  43. I love reading about Summer because I can dream of sunshine

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  44. I don't have a favorite time to read about.

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  45. I don't have a favorite time of year to read about. Never thought about that.

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  46. I love reading books set in Autumn, it always has such an intense atmosphere!

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  47. I enjoy reading books set in summer, despite it being my least favourite season! I think the descriptions are often lovely in summer books, and the characters are generally more optimistic.

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  48. I love reading books set in spring as it is a time of change

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  49. Winter so I can curl up and read on my couch under my cosy throw!

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  50. The winter, as it conjures up images of old log cabins, crisp snow and crackling fires. The perfect backdrop

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  51. To love Christmas or winter novels, even in the summer. Christmas ones are full of love and magical times for children and for adults the promise of the New Year and new possibilities. I love curling up on the sofa in the warmth of the radiator (no open fires unfortunately) and reading about snow and log cabins.

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  52. Christmas because it's all about happy family moments!

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  53. I always enjoy reading Christmas stories because it's such a special time of year and miracles can happen during this most joyous season.

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  54. Christmas because usually everyone's happy and having fun

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  55. I love reading about "mystical" times - solstices, deep winter, midsummer, etc - because that usually means I'm reading fantasy!

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