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Saturday, June 30, 2018

$50 Amazon Gift Card Giveaway



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57 comments:

  1. Oh wow. Probably Devoted to Destiny by Lisa Kessler.

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  2. Fruit of the Drunken Tree
    jan

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  3. Children of Blood and Bone by Tomi Adeyemi because. BECAUSE. I have no words to describe it.

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  4. My Dear Hamilton by Laura Kamoie and Stephanie Dray - such a fantastic historical fiction :)

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  5. Let Me Lie by Clare Mackintosh. A psychological thriller that was engaging, engrossing and kept me guessing until the very end.

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  6. Oh, gosh, that's a hard one! Of 2018 releases, probably Susie Steiner's 'Persons Unknown'. Her debut 'Missing Presumed' was brilliant and while Unknown felt a little slow to start (but this could be because I'd looked forward to it for so long), once it got going there was no stopping it!
    I also bought a novella that another author recommended to me when he learnt that I loved Douglas Adams. 'The Zombie, The Cat and Barack Obama' was fun from start to finish (just wish it was a full length novel though!).

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  7. I loved the Kiss Quotient. It was so different, so sweet, and so sexy and unlike any other book I have read before.

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  8. That's a tough question. I'd say The Hell Divers series. Just loved them!

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  9. "What's your book of 2018 so far and why?" "Bring Me Their Hearts" by Sara Wolf, because it's fraught with danger and adventure!

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  10. So far it's the "big potential" money book

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  11. I don't really get time for reading but my Mum reads a lot, so would love to win a book for her.

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  12. so far Brendan Sheerin's autobiography, a fascinating life.

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  13. I loved The Date by Louise Jensen

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  14. Th1rt3nn by Steve Cavanagh such a clever thriller and very gripping to the end.

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    1. I just checked this author out on Goodreads & is novels sound perfect for me. Thanks for the recommendation, Leila!

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  15. Hard...nope, not hard! DUh, silly me. I want to choose Hearstrikers by Rachel Aaron. No, I can not choose one when I gave 4 of them 5 stars. Loved them all equallt

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  16. I enjoyed The Recipe Box by Viola Shipman. Well written with likable characters.

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  17. Had to go thru my goodreads list as I wasnt even sure if I have read any 2018 releases and I guess the Everlife series
    by Gena Showalter is my favorite so far this year (but NOT my favorite that I've read in 2018)

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  18. "The Chalk Man" by C. J. Tudor :-) Perfect chilling tale, filled with mystery and intrigue, and plenty of shocks and surprises!

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  19. Grey Sister by Mark Lawrence - the second book in the Book of the Ancestor trilogy. Another fantastic fantasy trilogy from the author of the Broken Empire debut trilogy. If you like your fantasy dark, gritty and bloody then Mark Lawrence is an author you should really check out. Rafflecopter entries are in my real name NIKKI HAYES, thanks for another fantastic giveaway :o)

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  20. SOLD ON A MONDAY by Kristina McMorris - just heartbreaking.

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  21. I don’t have one. I’m Financially not able to splurge on books so far this year, but I do love occult themed books.

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  22. I've not read many 2018 new releases, but within the ones I have I'd have to pick Eight Simple Rules for Dating a Dragon (The Embraced, #3), Hot and Badgered (Honey Badger Chronicles, #1), & How to Break an Undead Heart (The Beginner's Guide to Necromancy #3). Dating a Dragon because I love dragons, but also the fantasy world Sparks has come up with is a fun places to visit. Hot and Badgered because I love the bears, but also the crazy silly characters and over the top banter/comments. And, last Undead Heart because this one is a major turning point for all the characters in the series.

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  23. Children of Blood and Bone by Tomi Adeyemi. An marvelous fantasy novel!

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  24. My book of the year so far is Conn Igguldden's Falcon of Sparta - fabulous read!!

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  25. Laura & Emma by Kate Greathed
    This book was a lovely surprise!

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  26. My book of 2018 so far is Ready Player one because the movie came out earlier in the year.

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  27. So many wonderful books so far, but Circe is my favorite. I was waiting for it for a long time, and it didn't disappoint.

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  28. I haven't read any that was out this year yet. I have a back log. I enjoyed reading Fangirl x

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  29. The Notebook by Nicolas Sparks :)

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  30. I quite enjoyed Holly Bourne, It Only Happens in the Movies. A nice easy going read.

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  31. I haven't read much this year sadly but probably Ready Player One

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  32. A Kind of Mirraculus: A True Story About Schizophrenia by Sandra Allen. I have a relative who is a psychologist, and she has told me about some folks, what their lives are like, so I found it interesting to read this.

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  33. Ready Player One because of the movie.

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  34. Before I Let You Go by Kelly Rimmer, it's tough subject matter, but so well-written and emotional.

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  35. The Immortalists by Chloe Benjamin. It's captivating and poetical.

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  36. Love and Ruin by Paula McLain because I adore any book that reveals the character of Ernest Hemingway.....

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  37. The Lacemaker by Laura Frantz. Laura makes history come alive.

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  38. Hands down The poppy war, that book wasbrillina and bloody but also so phenomenally complex

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  39. Tough choice! I'm going to go with High Voltage by Karen Moning. These books are so well written, and it was great to see Dani and Ryodan finally get together.

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  40. A Piece of my Heart by Wendy Lou Jones because it's such a beautiful story.

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  41. Home Fire by Kamila Shamsie so well written and so relevant

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  42. Miss Wilton's Waltz because it was sweet.

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  43. bad boy brody by tijan. i love her books and i was very surprised with the ending

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  44. The Rebels of Gold by Elise Kova! It was the perfect end to an amazing series

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  45. The Sons of Blackbird Mountain by Joanne Bischof, it has such memorable characters!

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  46. Cinderella and the Geek by Christina Phillips; such a sweet, sexy and funny story, I loved it!

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  47. It's extremely seldom that I actually have a brand new book to read. However I did win one which was Consequence of His Revenge by Dani Collins and I thoroughly enjoyed reading it, it was a very entertaining book.

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  48. Secret Heir (Dynasty #1) by M.J. Prince. It's a debut story and so amazing!

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  49. Barracoon by Zora Neale Hurston because it's been quite a wait.

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  50. Undead Girl Gang was so good! And Screams You Hear!

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  51. I really enjoyed The Boy Who Saw by Simon Toyne, mostly because it took be by surprise - I wasn't expecting it to be so good.

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  52. Its not new but I loved Dark Dark Wood by Ruth Ware

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  53. This is going to hurt by Adam Kay - so funny yet really insightful.

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  54. Cemetery Girl by David Bell because it kept me on the edge of my seat

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  55. So far, my favorite book of 2018 is Bang by E.K Blair even though I hate the final of the third book

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