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Thursday, April 5, 2018

Books of Choice Worth $50 Giveaway


Enter this giveaway for a chance to win $50 to spend on books of your choice. Good luck!


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63 comments:

  1. An Ocean of Minutes by Thea Lim because it sounds like a bittersweet and unforgettable love story similar to The Time Traveller's Wife.

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  2. I like many books, havent been reading lately though.

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  3. Oh girls, I haven't had a minute to even think about the rest of the year - it's opening night next Tuesday for The Wizard of Oz & every spare minute is given to rehearsing! Whatever it will be though it's probably going to be something dark, like a psychological thriller.

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  4. Vengence in Venice by Philip Gwynne Jones. I love a good gripping thriller and the author style.

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  5. The last Throne of Glass book!

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  6. I am not sure what is coming out but I love all genres :)

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  7. "What's your most anticipated second quarter of 2018 read and why?" Maybe something fantastical because I like fantasy!

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  8. Monsterland Reanimated. I really enjoyed the first book and love reading about monsters.

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  9. i haven't even gotten a chance to look at anything coming out soon. I really hope there are some great thrillers.

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  10. I don't follow new releases but would love to win a book for my Mum who reads a lot.

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  11. Ashes on the Moor because I enjoy Sarah Eden's writing.

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  12. 2n quarter, well the new Django Wexler will be out in pb so that one

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  13. I'd say Ocean Light (Psy-Changeling Trinity #2) by Nalini Singh will be out in June.

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  14. Watching you by Lisa Jewell as I have loved all of her books.

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  15. Love and Other Words by Christina Lauren!

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  16. It is coming out a little later than that, but Sea Prayer, by Khaled Hosseini
    jan

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  17. The Good luck sister (may) and rainy day friends (June) by Jill shalvis �� thanks for the fun giveaway!!

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  18. The Perfect Couple by Elin Hilderbrand.

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  19. I don't have any but I look forward to seeing what comes out next x

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  20. The Girl and Her Ren by Pepper Winters, because it's the second book in the The Ribbon Duet so I am pretty excited to get my hands on it! The first book was really good, and I can't wait to see what will happen next.

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  21. The Mongrel Mage (Saga of Recluce) by L E Modesitt - the hardcover edition is already out but its £22 so I'm waiting for the paperback which comes out in the next few months. I've read all his Recluce novels, one of my favourite fantasy authors with a good combination of war, magic and politics. Rafflecopter entries are in my real name NIKKI HAYES - thanks for another fantstic giveaway :o)

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  22. Rainbirds is something I look forward to reading.

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  23. A Thousand Perfect Notes by CG Drews aka book blogger @paperfury

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  24. My most anticipated is Puddin by Julie Murphy since I loved Dumplin and this is a companion to that.

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  25. circe by madeline miller! i loved song of achilles so im excited for madeline miller's second novel :)

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  26. The Outsider by Stephen King is a new release that I'm waiting for. It's by Stephen King and it's his newest book so that is the reason why I want to read it. His books are thrilling, mysterious, and suspenseful :)

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  27. I'm actually excited for The Warrior Queen by Emily R. King. I have read the 1st 3 books in that series and they are all awesome. I need closure. Hihi

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  28. I'm not waiting for anything new at the moment but keeping an eye out

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  29. I'm not actually anticipating anything but would love to get my hands on the rest of 'The last Apprentice' series.

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  30. Warlight by Michael Ondaatje. I love the author's writting style.

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  31. I am Lost by Gayle Foreman is my most anticipated read!

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  32. I can't think of one off the top of my head.

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  33. "Hope of Romance" by Ellie St Clair is due to come out on Kindle April 17th and I'm looking forward to checking it out as I'm getting back into Regency romances lately (as well as keeping up with fantasy reads too of course! ;) )

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  34. I have no idea whats coming out but I am looking forward to the subscription box that indigo is doing right now with Roth

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  35. Ocean Light by Nalini Singh because she is one of my favourite authors and I love this series.

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  36. Sky in the deep and grey sister probably, but time will tell

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  37. Where Hope Begins by Catherine West. She writes amazing women's fiction.

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  38. I can't wait to read Shadow Keeper by Christine Feehan.

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  39. I really don't know what's being released in the second quarter of 2018 (I tend to read books a little later). I'm looking forward to reading The Lost Girls of Camp Forevermore by Kim Fu because I've heard good things about it and my name should come to the top of the library list soon.

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  40. On the Come Up by Angie Thomas because I loved her debut novel, The Hate U Give.

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  41. I'm excited to read Her Sister's Intended by Rachael Anderson!

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  42. Sea Witch by Sarah Henning. I love the blurb.

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  43. Sea Witch by Sarah Henning. An adaptation of the Little Mermaid... It sounds flipping amazing! :-)

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  44. High Voltage by Karen Marie Moning because I love the characters in the series.

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  45. Too Wilde to Wed by Eloisa James (love everything she writes) and Twisted Prey by John Sandford (one of my fave authors).

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  46. I've really been looking forward to The Winds of Wi...what's that? Oh. Never mind. I'm looking forward to the new Stephen King, because he's Stephen King and Stephen King is the man!

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  47. Kingdom of Ash by Sarah J Maas who is my Queen!! Yay for book 7! I can't wait to continue the journey!

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  48. Oh I have no idea, so many wonderful books.

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  49. I'm really curious with Tod an der Wien and Tod am Semmering by Beate Maly, the title and the Art Nouveau style alone have been making me so much interested

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  50. I would just love to see which new thrillers are coming out later this year

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  52. I'm looking forward to How We Learned to Lie by Meredith Miller. I love coming of age friendship stories.

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  53. The Woman in the Window by A. J. Finn sounds great

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  54. The Female Persuasion by Meg Wolitzer - my friend recommended that author to me

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  55. Happy to read through comments and see people love Sea Witch by Sarah Henning as much as me

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  56. Blood Brothers by Josephine Cox because its been in my wardrobe for 2 years

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  57. DYING TRUTH by Angela Marsons - love her books and they always keep you guessing until the end. It'll be interesting to see what the initiation prank was and whether or not it was children or teachers that are responsible.

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  58. Providence by Caroline Kepnes. I love the author's previous works.

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