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Friday, July 20, 2018

Bookish Etsy Gift and Books of Choice Giveaway


Enter this giveaway for a chance to win bookish Etsy gifts worth $30 (the winner will be asked for a list of likes and dislikes) and books of choice worth $25. Good luck!


The winner will be notified by email and has 3 days to respond. All of our giveaways are international.

61 comments:

  1. I definitely prefer having a book in my hand rather than my ereader.

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  2. Ebooks are more convenient especially when travelling. They are much easier to carry and keep but I prefer reading paperbacks. There's something so reassuringly solid about a book. I love turning the pages and I love the smell that old books have.

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  3. I would rather read a paper book. I find it hard to concentrate on ebooks.

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  4. I prefer e-books. I love reading in bed and as a kindle is lighter than a paper book I don't get arm ache.

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  5. Print books. I love to feel the pages and I love how they smell.

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  6. I just can't adapt to ebooks. I still love paper books.

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  7. Gotta be paper! I love to share books with family and friends and some I give to charity shops, and they look awesome on all my bookshelves, which are heaving lol! Makes me feel comfortable with them all around me, an ebook just isn't the same! and turning the pages with a swipe plays havoc on my shoulder!

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  8. I prefer paper books, too many things are computer based nowadays.

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  9. Paper! Ebooks I read too fast, it is too easy to skim the text without thinking and I do not remember them as well either

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  10. I would love to have more paper books but I actually read ebooks most of the time because they are easier to cart around, I can read them faster and also I can read them when its darker, I hate reading by a lamp and constamtly turning left and right so I can see the text on paper properly.

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  11. I prefer ebooks because it's cheaper and more convevient to carry
    I only buy my favorite in paperback.

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  12. I read mostly ebooks, they're cheaper and easier to carry. I just need my Kindle.

    However, there's nothing like the feeling of a paperback in your hands. :-)

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  13. Paper books almost all the time - I love the feel of a real book. However I do like ebooks for picking up cheap paranormal novels to read on my iPad, books that I would not be prepared to pay the price of a paper book for. Also ebooks are great for travelling. Rafflecopter entries are in my real name NIKKI HAYES, thanks for another great giveaway :o)

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  14. They both have their place and advantages and disadvantages. I probably still love paper most, but I buy and read more e-books (also audio books).

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  15. I am still a sucker for the paper version as I like looking at the cover.
    jan

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  16. Paper books! I love turning pages :-)

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  17. I will always prefer paper books. Easier on my eyes for one.

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  18. I like both real and ebook. Ebooks can be more convient because you can have an assortment of books at your fingertips but there's something magical about the smell and feel of an actual book in hand

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  19. I usually go for paper books, though I'm a big fan of audiobooks too.

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  20. Paper books. I love that you can see how much you have left to read. I love turning the pages. I even like the smell of books. Though ebooks are definitely handy for when on holiday.

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  21. I prefer ebooks because I can read everywhere.

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  22. I love both,but I'm reading much more ebooks :)

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  23. I read both but I definitely prefer paper.

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  24. Paper - I haven't even got an e-reader of any kind though I can see some advantages I can't really see myself ever becoming a convert

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  25. I have both and I read both. I love the feel of a book in my hand but the practicalities of an e-reader are just too many to not have one

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  26. I read both. I love paper books because I can actually have it in my hands. I love the smell of the books, using my bookmarks when I stop reading. But ebooks are cool too, because you can read it anywhere and it doesn't take any space (well unless on the phone/tablet). But if I have to choose definitely paper.

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  27. Even though I read ebooks, I prefer paper copies.

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  28. I actually really like both paper and ebooks. I love paper because I love the smell and feel of them, I really miss shopping in bookstores. I like ebooks because I can lay in bed and read in the dark and I can bring so many books on the go in my ereader.

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  29. I honestly couldn't vote for just one as both have things going for them - I love the feeling of turning (and smellign) the pages of a paper copy as much as I love being able to carry a library around on my Kindle.

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  30. Ebooks are more practical, especially if you like to carry a book with you to work/school, but physical copies do have a charm to them that ebooks lack. Also, I love that I have tons of books surrounding me in my room. I love both, tbh. :D

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  31. "Ebooks versus paper books, what's your opinion?" I'm afraid I like to rock it old-school with paper books!

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  32. I love them both!I like that ebooks don't take up shelf space, and that I can change the text size.
    jen dot barnard at btinternet dot com

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  33. Ebooks I can manage reading at night with my light on low, but paperbooks can't do that.

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  34. I still visit the library, and collect a few paperbacks, but I read most books on my Kindle.

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  35. I like ebooks AND paper books, equally.

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  36. Oh, that's a tough decision. I really can't choose. Both have their perks.

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  37. E-books have their place in my suitcase but other than that it's paper books all the way

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  38. There's nothing so wonderful as paperbacks are. But ebooks make my reading so much easier at night.

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  39. Paper books all the way. I do enough staring at screens, reading time is no-screen time.

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  40. I like ebooks and paper books equally.

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  41. I enjoy paper version especially Hardback but I also love ebooks especially when I travel.

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  42. I prefer paper backs. They are much easier to share than an e-book.

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  43. I love paper books, the smell, the feel, even turning the pages.

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  44. I love paper books!Cannot read ebooks.I am just traditionalist.

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  45. Ebooks for travelling and paper books at home.

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  46. Always paper books for me, you can't beat them

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  47. I much prefer paper books as I love the feel and the smell.

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  48. I dabbled with e-books but nothing beats a paper book, I usually buy those.

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  49. I do love my ereader as it's convenient (and have loads on my TBR pile at the moment) when I can't get to the library (I need a lift as I can't walk all the way there and carry my books due to annoying bad feet lol) but love a "proper" book. Opening that first page isn't quite the same on an ereader.

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  50. Paper books. But I agree with others that e-books only when travelling

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  51. i love books and an ereader could never take there place i know its great for keeping loads of books on but i love the feel and smell of a book

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  52. Ebooks easy to carry around on my tablet

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  53. I love them both! Reading in any form is wonderful.

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  54. Paper books any day. You can't beat the feel, the weight and the smell of the book.

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  55. I enjoy both e-book and paper book. It depends on the situation. When space is very limited but nevertheless the quantity of the books is more of priority, then i go for e-book. As much as I love paper book, i often get allergic reaction if the book old enough or has been stored long enough in an open storage. However, there is something about holding a paper book and flipping its page that is pleasing and satisfying.

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