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Sunday, July 22, 2018

Books of Choice Worth $40 Giveaway

Enter this giveaway for a chance to win books of choice worth $40. Good luck!


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42 comments:

  1. The Butterfly Summer by Harriet Evans because it's an epic, sweeping, romantic story set in beautiful Cornwall.

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  2. I don't have a particular favorite summer read. My favorite read from this summer is a toss-up between Ilona Andrews' Iron and Magic and Nalini Singh's Ocean Light. They're both very well written and have great characters and character interactions.

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  3. I don't change my reading habits during the summer & stick to genres I like. By far the best this summer has been one I won here, 'The Fear' by C.L. Taylor. It's got the 'what-would-I-have-done' vibe going on that really makes me think.

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  4. I like to read romance books under a tree at the beach in summer.

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  5. The Kiss Quotient because it was unique, sexy and fun!

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  6. I lean towards light and/or cozy mysteries. They are quick reads and just seem right for reading by the pool.

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  7. Anything romantic and clean! I don't like to read heavy books on vacation.

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

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  9. I read what I like/love to read. Don't chance it when it is summer.

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  10. I do like a good romance in summer!

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  11. I like to read romance books at the beach

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  12. I tend to read more contemporaries in the summer because they're lighter than fantasy.

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  13. I like reading anything at any time really. Thrillers are always good, keep you hopping and wondering all the way through. :-)

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  14. I don't have "summer reads." I read whatever interests me all year long.

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  15. I don't read anything different during the summer as a rule but I am having a bit of a run on sci-fi at the moment after reading Philip K Dick's excellent Electric Dreams short stories collection. I've just started one of his novels and have two more on order with the library. Other stuff I'm reading at the moment includes history non-fiction, fantasy and paranormals. Rafflecopter entries are in my real name NIKKI HAYES, thanks for another lovely giveaway :o)

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  16. I don't have just one. I like to read paranormal romance and urban fantasy, so I've got a lot of good books to read and have read. The Dresden Files series is a great one, also Kate Daniels series, Mercy Thompson series, and more...

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  17. My favorite summer read is something anything--literary fiction, poetry, thrillers, kidlit, historical fiction. Whatever I am in the mood for at the time.

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  18. SOmething light and fun :D I finished the Kiss Quotient recently and that fit the bill

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  19. I don't have a favourite but I love romantic summery novels. Like based at the beach.

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  20. I like contemporary romance because they have happy endings.

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  21. I often read historical romance in the summer, because I enjoy escaping to another time period.

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  22. I haven't read anything so far this summer

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  23. I'm happy to read whatever book is on my list. Lately it seems to be a Louise Penny book.

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  24. I haven't really had a lot of time to read this summer.

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  25. I have no favorites. I just love to read everything!

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  26. I don't have favorite,but lately I'm enjoy reading Philippa Gregory books :)

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  27. Summer Sisters by Judy Blume is one that always comes to mind as a great summer read as it follows the friendship of two girls over each summer as their growing up.

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  28. I don't have a favourite summer read yet. I liked the Room Mate by Kendall Ryan though.

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  29. Pride and Prejudice is my favorite read period! I am not much of a season reader.

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  30. I don't have any favorite genre for the summer but I recently read The Perfect Couple by Elin Hilderbrand and i loved it for this season.

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  31. I prefer light entertaining reads as they really suit my summer mood.

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  32. My favorite summer read is anything fast, cute and/or fun - this year it's been The Kiss Quotient.

    Veronika @ The Regal Critiques

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  33. "What's your favorite summer read and why?" I've thought "The Kiss Quotient" sounds like fun!

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  34. "Love Rules" by Joanna Cole. This is my fav summer book because that explores how we think about relationships today, and help readers find a successful relationship :-)

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  35. I don't have a favourite summer read yet. I liked Flip Trick by Amo Jones. It was filled with angst and I love that.

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  36. To be honest, I love reading fanfiction during the summer an a lot of wattpad. A lot.

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  37. Summer is my favourite time to read as I have a lot of time of work. As a result, I binge read. So I don't have a favourite summer genre, I just enjoy my big summer read whatever the topic.

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  38. I don't think I have a favorite summer read. The books that I really enjoy, I can read anytime of the year.

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  39. The Reckoning at Gossamer Pond by Jaime Jo Wright. She writes amazing Gothic mysteries.

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  40. Sunshine and Sweet Peas in Nightingale Square by Heidi Swain. I enjoy the beautiful stories narrated.

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  41. eve of man by gi and tom fletcher. it a dytopian which i love and i loved the storyline

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  42. "Fool's Quest", by Robin Hobb, because I love the characters and the story.

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