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Saturday, February 3, 2018

Books by Lisa Jewell, Teapot, Teacups, Chocolate & Tea Giveaway


Enter this giveaway for a chance to win books by Lisa Jewell, Leaf tea, a Clayre & Eef teapot and two cups and five chocolate bars. Good luck!


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66 comments:

  1. I read them all the time as these books really hold your attention and keep you guessing about the events in the pages to come.

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  2. Once a month generally. I love a good suspense and mystery book which keeps me interested and gripped until the end.

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  3. I read them often. I love getting sucked into a story and being kept wondering. The more suspense the better.

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  4. I read them as many times i can. I like when i'm "sucked" in the story, time flies away!!

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  5. From time to time,when I like to read something different,and I like the shocking factor :)

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  6. I quite often read them and I love them as I can't put them down.

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  7. "How often do you read gripping stories and what do you like the most about them?" I probably find graphic novels most gripping, and I need to read more fantasy novels to get more of that same Impending Doom Of the Universe feeling. But a lot of what I love is clever, witty graphic novels like the books by Philippe Dupuy and Charles Berberian--and that's gripping, too!

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  8. I used to read a lot when I was younger. Trouble is, it can really mess up your normal bed time when reading a page-turner, just can't put that book down!

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  9. I read gripping stories regularly, I love that they keep me totally gripped and I can't stop reading.

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  10. I read them quite often since I generally like books that keep me on the edge of my seat. In fact I'm often joking that I find these books both entertaining and good for my otherwise low bloodpressure. ;-)

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  11. I read them often they're one of the genres I love the most. I find them captivating and intriguing and this is often the sort of book I hate to put down since it feels like I'm about to discover something important.

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  12. A lot of the YA books I read are gripping stories....have actually got story lines etc, they have way less sex in them so almost have to rely on story instead of filler

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  13. I tend to alternate between something light and something gripping. Love a twist I don’t see coming

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  14. Not that often, I tend to go for a lot of light so when I do gripping it reall hits me hard

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  15. Gripping stories make it into my hands as much as any other genre. They shake things up a little.
    jan

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  16. I love stories that keep my attention while reading and don't let my mind slip elsewhere. It depends upon the book for sure!!

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  17. I read them often i like that it's hard to put the book down because you want to know what happens next

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  18. I like to mix it up, but it's usually biased on my mood.

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  19. I read them as often as i can, one of my favourite genre's. I love a book that can keep you guessing, intrigued and interested until the end.

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  20. I used to read them all the time because they really held my attention, now I'm finding that they are a little too intense for me. I'm sure I will go back to them, it is just a rougher period in my life right now.

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  22. I love a story that grips me and try to read as many as I can, sometimes they're hit and miss, but often the choices of read I make are good xx

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  23. I read them quite often, I love that you can lose yourself in someone else's story for a while.

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  24. Here and there. Enjoy them. Thank you for this wonderful chance! Love meeting new authors!

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  25. I absolutely adore Lisa Jewell bookso ever since I read Vince & Joy. What an amazing prize x

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  26. I always choose gripping stories! I love that they can keep me hooked!

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  27. As often as possible. I love that there are twists, turns, lots of details and that the story completely takes you over.

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  28. I read them occasionally. I like them because they keep me interested in the book.

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  29. Quite often, I love how they have me sitting on the edge of my seat to the very end.

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  30. Suspense novels, be they crime, true stories, horror etc., are my usual reads. It's the 'what happens next' factor that grabs me & won't let me go!

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  31. I read them often. I like books that pull you in and keep you guessing

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  32. Occasionally. I like the page turner aspect.

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  33. I have to admit, I don't read them that often (maybe 1 per month, or 10 per year) but what I like the most about them is suspense, and when I read it with someone and we talk about everything how shocking some part were. That's my favorite part of reading gripping stories.

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  34. I do really enjoy gripping stories because they keep me on the edge of my seat! Thanks for the chance!

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  35. I try to read gripping stories often because I love trying to guess the end before it happens!

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  36. Oh, I absilutelly love the thrill. That feeling when you have no idea what's going on, who did what, and you even stop breathing here and thn, lol.

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  37. Most of what I read are suspense/ thriller/ psychological-thriller/ murder-mystery. I love the sense of never knowing what is going to happen next, or who is responsible.

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  38. I read them semi-regularly, but I have to be in the right frame of mind. I love being on the edge of my seat and trying to figure out what's about to happen though.

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  40. I read them really often and find that I always am compelled to keep reading and they keep my interest

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  41. I try to read at least one a week .I like a book that keeps me guessing and leaves me wanting more and not wanting it to end.

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  42. A couple of times a month. I like setting the scene in my imagination which keeps me passionate about the story line

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  43. I love a book that keeps me up till past my bedtime! It's hard to find a book you can't put down

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  44. I also love how you just can't put it down and have to stay up to finish it. Sometimes if it is a series I will even go as far as to buy the eBook version because I can't wait and its the middle of the night. And, I love real books.

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  45. It depends on my mood! I love the sense of suspense and twists and turns.

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  46. I read these stories often 'cause I like the genre!
    twitter name: @Vasiliki9280

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  47. I regularly read suspense-filled books, psychological thrillers and crime fiction. A well-written book which keeps you on tenterhooks until the last pages- that's a delight to read. I also prefer reading real, paper books.

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  48. I love reading gripping stories - love the "edge of the seat" feeling!

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  49. I get through a gripping story about every 10-14 days. I really have to refrain from reading the end because I second guess on every page what's going to happen!

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  50. I rarely read gripping stories these days as I tend to stay awake too long. A summer read of one is good, though.

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  51. I read them pretty often. I like when they keep me guessing.

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  52. As often as I can. I love a story that keeps me hooked with twists and turns.

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  53. i read as many as i can :) i love that im hooked and dont want to put the book down

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  54. Psychological thrillers are what I default to, although I try not to read them all the time. When they are really good, I can't bear to put them down: Yesterday I read almost all of Anthing You Do Say because I just had to find out what happened.

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  55. I like to alternate this style of book with romance books, as they are good escapism

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  56. I've been reading loads recently, they're my main genre these days. If written well I love not knowing where it is going!

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  57. I love the compulsion to find out what happens next

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  58. Everytime i have the chance, only ti be careful before bed, as it could go into my dream! Restless. I'm drawn to the feeling being absorbed in the story where I wouldn't dare to experience in reality.

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  59. whenever i have time love the excitement

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  60. I do often read gripping stories as I like to be kept on the edge of my seat

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  61. Not too often, I don't know why because I like them.

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  62. I normally read 4 to 6 books a month and probably 1 to 2 books are what I would consider gripping edge of your seat thrillers.

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  63. I read them as often as possible..they keep my interest and stir my imagination!

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  64. About one every couple of months, love that page turner excitement feel of these types of book - twist and turns

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  65. I don't read them often, but I love the anticipation of what's to come and how things will end.

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