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Thursday, July 12, 2018

Books of Choice Released in 2018 Worth $30 Giveaway


Enter this giveaway for a chance to win books released in 2018 worth $30. Good luck!


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

24 comments:

  1. A Piece of my Heart by Wendy Lou Jones. I loved this book and I am sure I will be reading it again.

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  2. 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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  3. The Kiss Quotient because it was unlike any other book I have read.

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  4. It was probably Susie Steiner's 'Persons Unknown'. Her debut 'Missing Presumed' was brilliant and while Unknown did feel a little slow to at the beginning (and this could be because I'd looked forward to it for so long), once it got going there was no stopping it! Twists and turns aplenty!

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  5. Other contest I entered on 7/11 - $50 (or equivalent) Amazon gift card

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

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  7. So far 'the falcon of sparta' by Conn Iggulden is my fave, but that can still be trumped!!

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  8. Miss Wilton's Waltz because it told more of the series.

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  9. So far...tricky. But I guess I will go with Last dragon standing by Rachel Aaron cos it ws the end of a series, it was bittersweet and awesome

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  10. I haven't read any new releases this year yet. I am so behind with my pile of books. Best book I have read this year though is Fan Girl x

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  11. Sky in the Deep! It was awesome and I loved it and vikings are the best!

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  12. I'm enjoying several of Hunter hea's new releases. Especially his one size fits all horror novellas.

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  13. My favorite 2018 release was Lighthouse Beach by Shelley Noble. I liked the characters and the story was good.

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  14. FAWKES by Nadine Brandes - a fascinating period in history. Well written.

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  15. Daisy's Vintage Cornish Camper Van
    by Ali McNamara.....Years ago we had a similar caravanette in blue that we used to travel around Devon and Cornwall in, this book brought back many happy memories loved it.

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  16. The Reckoning at Gossamer Pond by Jaime Jo Wright. Her Gothic mysteries are creepy and suspenseful!

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  17. The poppy war and I see only a reallyslim chance for anything trumphing it this year, however Iron and magic by Ilona Andrews came close

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  18. I just read A Possibility Of Whales by Karen Rivers, it was a really sweet and emotional middle-grade, I just found it really heartwarming.

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  19. One of my favorite is Distrurbig His Peace by Tessa Bailey - love her books! :)

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

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  21. My favourite release is Thirteen by Steve Cavanagh. So we'll written with an unexpected turn.

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