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Sunday, July 8, 2018

Fable & Black Lucky Dip Box and $20 Amazon Gift Card Giveaway


Enter this giveaway for a chance to win a Fable & Black Lucky Dip bookish surprise box and a $20 (or equivalent) Amazon gift card. Good luck!


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57 comments:

  1. 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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  2. I'm working my way through the Great American Read, and I have just finished Outlander. It's an epic and I'm excited to have finished it within a week. Could have done without so much gratuitous sex between Claire and Jamie, but I guess that's what sells.

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  3. Educated by Tara Westover as it is such a well written first book by someone who hadn't stepped into a classroom until they were 17!
    jan

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  4. What a lovely book. I have read some nice ones

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  5. I don't get time for reading but my Mum reads a lot, she loves the Agatha Raisin series.

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  6. Loved Conn Iggulden 'Falcon of Sparta' x

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    1. Why--I enjoy his works and this one was very thought-provoking to me. Perfect love casts out fear...not something I hadn't heard before but his presentation gives more insight into the truth of that statement.

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  8. I have read a lot of good books in 2018. Circe is one of my favorites since I love Greek mythology and the author.

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  9. Miss Wilton's Waltz because it continued a story I enjoy.

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  10. The Devil Don't Sleep by Janine Infante Bosco

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  11. I loved The Date by Louise Jensen

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  12. Favorite book I read so far in 2018 is Ready Player one.

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  13. One of my favorites is Hell Divers III. I love a thrilling dystopian and the author sure can write!

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  14. The couple next door it's a fast paced thriller in which you never know what is going to happen next.

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  15. Cinderella and the Geek by Christina Phillips; what a sweet, funny and sexy story, I just loved it!

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  16. BIRDS OF PREY by Wilbur Smith - the beginning of a great saga.

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  17. Wendy Lou Jones'A Piece of my Heart. It's a beautiful story and I love her books.

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  18. Lighthouse Beach by Shelley Noble. I liked the friendship between the main characters.

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  19. My favorite so far is Before I Let You Go by Kelly Rimmer, because it was just such an emotional, thought-provoking read.

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  20. I haven't read any books that are new out this year. My best read so far has been Fan Girl :-)

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  21. Rainy Day Friends by Jill Shalvis was a really lovely read, had lots of humor and the story was really deep. Ms Shalvis never disappoints.

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  22. The Lacemake by Laura Frantz. She breathes life into historical details.

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  23. I loved The Sons of Blackbird Mountain by Joanne Bischof, the characters were so vivid.

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  24. It's difficult to pick a favourite, I thoroughly enjoy most books that I read. Perhaps it's John Grisham's Sycamore Row or The Devil's Star by Jo Nesbo - both kept me enthralled and excited to read on with lots of twists and turns.

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  25. I loved The Fear by C.L.Taylor

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  26. The poppy war, it is such a phenomennaly written story with such a shock factor. I loved every minute of it

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  27. I enjoyed The Booy Who Saw by Simon Toyne, it was so much better than the first installment.

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  29. Bitter Sun by Beth Lewis. It was so atmospheric and heart rending too

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  30. "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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  31. The Wisest One in the Room: How You Can Benefit from Social Psychology's Most Powerful Insights by Thomas Gilovich .
    I learnt a lot.

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  32. Pestilence (The Four Horsemen, #1) by Laura Thalassa. It's a fantasy romance, with such an amazing characters, beautiful writing and angst (which I love).

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  33. I'm working my way through small great things, it's a good thinker with a great story.

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  34. Burn For You by J.T Geissinger! It was just SUCH a great romance.

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

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  36. My favourite would be Cemetery Girl by David Bell because it kept me on the edge of my seat.

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  37. The Thief by J.R. Ward because it continues the Black Dagger Brotherhood series

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  38. A Family Secret by Josephine Cox, a good easy read

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  39. I haven't read any new releases. I just finished 'A Tree Grows in Brooklyn' by Betty Smith and it was fantastic.

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  40. For Finlay by J Nathan, it's very emotional.

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  41. "What's your favorite book of 2018 so far and why?" "My Ex-Life" by Stephen McCauley--it's very witty and insightful!

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  42. I have several and one of them is Fighting for Everything by Laura Kaye

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  43. For Finlay by J Nathan, a really emotional book

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  44. I have recently finished 4321 by Paul Auster a brillliant book

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  45. Have only just got around to reading Bridget Jones' Baby after seeing the film. I like it as it makes me laugh and giggle! (@0zzyhog)

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  46. I enjoyed Forever Outnumbered by Simon Hooper. It made me laugh out loud at the author's stories of parenting 4 daughters.
    jen dot barnard at btinternet dot com

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  47. The Wicked Cometh by Laura Carling.x

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  48. i loved eve of man - i love dystopian novels

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  49. The Light Between Oceans because it broke my heart and made me blub!

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  50. I'm currently re-reading Jane Eyre which is brilliant every year!!

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  51. If it ment about my favorite book i read in 2018, it's The Quiet Twin by Dan Vyleta, mostly because of how the author describes the life, actions,in Vienna 1939, with little details that has made me immerse in the story and as I could relate to the place. If it ment to be favorite book published in 2018 then i can't decide one yet. I am currently having 3 books to read: Clowder by Vanessa Morgan, Am Ende Bist Du Still by Herbert Dutzler, a marketing book, and I am excited waiting for Manipulated Lives by H.A Leuschel to arrive on my mailbox. Too early to give my opinion but I like all their themes, subjects and genre.

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  52. I haven't actually read any books from this year

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  53. I'm currently reading David Walliams Grandpa's great escape with my children and we are really enjoying the humour in it. I know it's not this years but...

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  54. I haven't read any new releases in 2018 yet but for the first time in my life I read The Little Prince. It blew my mind away. What a simple book it was but conveyed a hard truth about our over-complicated lives.

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