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Wednesday, July 25, 2018

Lucky Dip and 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!


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

62 comments:

  1. I really don't have one, I've read a lot of books but none really jumps out at me as the best. I just enjoy reading, reading and more reading. :-)

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  2. The Kiss Quotient because it was unique and so sexy!

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  3. A Piece of My Heart by Wendy Lou Jones. I love her books , they are so heart felt and make me feel good when I read them.

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  4. 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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  5. I like big potential, a finance book

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  6. I would like the Harry Potter collection of books

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  7. The Harry Potter series by J.K.Rowling is my favorite collection of books. I started to read them this year and has really enjoyed it so far.It is my favorite book for year 2018. It's exciting,imaginaitve and really takes you to a magical place.....

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    1. This was really me as unknown. The message was sent and I didn't know that it said unknown...

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    2. I am Theersha and I'm totally in love with the Harry Potter books...

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  8. I don't really get time to read but my Mum reads a lot, she loves the Agatha Raisin series and has re-read them a few times.

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  9. I just loved the Land of Lost Borders. What a journey.
    jan

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  10. The Great Alone by Kristin Hannah. I highly recommend it.

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  11. Loving Lieutenant Lancaster because it combines the 2 families.

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  12. That's so hard to answer. LOL I'll go with the book I'm reading now, Obsidio.

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  13. The last dragon standing by Rachel Aaron. The end of a series, sniff. I will miss it

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  14. Breaking News - Jeremy Thompson currently reading

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  15. For Finlay by J Nathan. Very emotional.

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  16. I enjoyed Lighthouse Beach by Shelley Noble. The characters were likable and the story was good.

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  17. Sky in the Deep was amazing and I loved the main character!

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  18. "The Masterpiece" by Fiona Davis - a dive into the world of art and the lost art school within Grand Central Terminal.

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  19. I enjoyed The Perfect Mother by Aimee Molloy because it was a thriller that I had a hard time putting down.

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  20. So far, Legendary is a book I am really enjoying, but so many to read yet in my pile that I know I need more books lol!!

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  21. So far, my best book of 2018 is Bang by E.K Blair which was a rollercoaster like i have never experienced before.

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  22. Cinderella and the Geek by Christina Phillips; such a sweet, sexy and funny contemporary romance read!

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  23. I really enjoyed Before I Let You Go by Kelly Rimmer, it was just such a great emotional read.

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  24. "Your Money or Your Life" as it's beein eyeopening for me regarding personal finances.

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  25. The Morningstar by Debra Dunbar (Imp series book 10)- the last in a fantastic paranormal series full of demons, angels and assorted other species. One of the best series I've read in this genre - for once the romance is not the main focus and the books are extremely funny in places. Rafflecopter entries are in my real name NIKKI HAYES, thanks for another great giveaway :o)

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

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  27. The Thief by J.R. Ward is my favorite book so far this year, because it is an exciting addition to her Black Dagger Brotherhood series.

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  28. I really enjoyed Marcia Gay Harden's the Seasons of My Mother. I found all the flower arranging info very interesting.

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  29. Fan Girl - I really loved it - I know it wasn't a new read this year but I have such a pile of books to read!

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  30. 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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  32. I've not read much this year so I don't have a favourite

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  33. The call of the curlew by Elizabeth Brooks because it is so tragic and atmospheric

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  34. The poppy war because it was a phenomenal story with a complex worldbuilding and a lot of action

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  35. I'm going to go with Ocean Light by Nalini Singh. It has great characters and character interactions and an interesting, well-written story line.

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  36. It's the new book "How to Be Famous" by Caitlin Moran. Hilarious, utterly original, unabashedly feminist comedy :-)

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  37. The Crule Prince by Holly Black! Becuase of everything: the way it was written, the characters, the story,...

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  38. I'm going for the World's Worst Children 3 by David Walliams. I read it to my nephew and we had such a laugh together.

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  39. We Are Okay by Nina LaCour and Allegedy and Monday's Not Coming by Tiffany D. Jackson

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  40. The Lacemaker by Laura Frantz. She makes history come alive.

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  41. The Girl in the Grave by Teri Bailey Black because I dig that crazy grave.

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  42. An Unwanted Guest by Shari Lapena such a great thriller.

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  43. Definitely I Know A Secret by Tess Gerritsen.

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  44. This isn't a new book, but I read The Handmaid's Tale for the first time in 2018 and I really liked it.

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  45. Love the Fault in Our Stars...sad story. ;(

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  46. eve of man by gi and tom fletcher. i just loved the whole idea of it

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  47. American Rust, helps explain Trump!!! A wonderful book despite that

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  48. I have discovered a great series of books by Terry Pratchett. It starts with Wee Free Men. There is magic, witches, and Scottish pictsies!

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  49. I loved Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine by Gail Honeyman.

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  50. I haven't completely finished reading books published in 2018 that i have, but referring to books i read in 2018, The Quiet Twin by Dan Vyleta is my favorite sofar. It's just very charming, with the details i could relate even to date, Vienna 1939 comes alive once more time. There are even some real creepy histories included in the book. I like his writing style.

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  51. Three Things About Elsie by Joanna Cannon is one of my favourite books of the year. I like the fact that the characters are elderly, it's a perspective of the world from the aged which is cleverly mastered.

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  52. Lee Child's Killing Floor - full of suspense and love the character Jack Reacher.

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  53. I've just read The Mountain Between Us which was brilliant

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  54. Why mummy drinks by gill Sims do many lol moments...made me chortle

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  55. I loved Gallery of the Dead by Chris Carter - he comes up with amazing ideas and always manages to shock you. Also loved Kiss of Death by Paul Finch - his books are huge page-turners and will keep you guessing even when you think you've worked it out.

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  56. I haven't actually read any books this year I am slacking lately

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