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Tuesday, August 7, 2018

$30 Amazon Gift Card Giveaway


Enter this giveaway for a chance to win a $30 Amazon gift card (or an equivalent depending on the home country of the winner). Good luck!


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50 comments:

  1. It always seems to be the one I'm reading at the present time. :-) That's Year One by Nora Roberts. A very exciting and fascinating novel, describing how those who are left after a devastating pandemic kills more than half the world's population manage to survive with the help of witches, elves etc. A real page turner indeed. This is book 1 and book 2 is expected on: December 4, 2018 - another one to look forward to.

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  2. The one that keeps haunting me is a book I won here: The Fear by Cally Taylor. It's like a snippet of a tune that gets stuck in your head & won't go away! Would I have done what she did? How would I have coped with what went on?

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  3. 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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  4. The Kiss Quotient, because it was so unique and sexy!

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  5. Hell Divers III. I love the series and just starting the fourth book now.

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  6. I love A Piece of my Heart by Wendy Lou Jones. It's my favourite book this year!

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  7. Starting on the time for everything, it is good

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  8. I don't get time for reading 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. The Female Persuasion by Meg Wolitzer. I loved it because it gave me a lot of food for thought.

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  10. I liked Prayers for the stolen by Jennifer Clement cos it made me think. And in today's society everyone needs to read that book

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  11. I enjoyed Lighthouse Beach by Shelley Noble. The story and characters were likable.

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  12. Would love to win, thanks!

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  13. I've read a few books but none published in 2018.

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  14. My favourite so far this year has to be HEART'S BLOOD by Juliet Marillier. A fabulous Beauty and the Beast variation.

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  15. Loving Lieutenant Lancaster because it talks about both families.

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  16. fave was A Reaper At The Gates, looking forward to it for so long and it was so awesome!!

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  17. My Dear Hamilton by Laura Kamoie and Stephanie Dray - amazing combination of fiction and facts :)

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  18. I just started reading "The Whispering Room" by my fave author Dean Koontz and this second book in a truly suspenseful series is on the best way to becoming my favorite as it's so thrilling and really keeps me on the edge of my seat!

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  19. Before I Let You Go by Kelly Rimmer was such an emotional read, I read it back in April, and I still think about it.

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  20. the land of lost borders - i loved the journey and the perseverance of these women
    jan

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  21. The one I am currently reading is pretty good. The Little Village Bakery by Tilly Tennant.

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  22. The Lacemaker by Laura Frantz. Her historical novels are exquisite masterpieces!

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  23. So far it's The poppy war by R.F. Kuang

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

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  25. Electric Dreams by Philip K Dick - the collection of short sci-fi stories that were adapted into the TV series of the same name. I only saw a few episodes of the series but it made me keen to snap up a copy of the ebook at a bargain price. I read it on my way back from holiday and was absorbed from beginning to end. These stories were published decades ago but the human themes are still just as relevant in the 21st century as they ever were. Rafflecopter entries are in my real name NIKKI HAYES, thanks for another great giveaway :o)

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  26. I really enjoyed The Gentleman's Guide to Vice & Virtue. It has a number of elements I love- romance, humor, & action.

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  27. An Unwanted Guest by Shari Lapena, very intriguing with some twits.

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  28. In Search of Mary Shelley by Fiona Sampson...she like George Sand, Lady Caroline Lamb and others have always fascinated me... being the wife or mistress of a famous or composer.. but she also has written one of the great classics....

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  29. I'm reading "The Bigger Table" by John Pavlovitz and it's my book for 2018 so far--it is so true, honest, and challenging. It speaks to this time, to me.

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  30. The best book I've read so far in 2018 was Lost Girls by Angela Marsons. I don't know if it was actually released in 2018 but it was so suspenseful and really showed the intricacies of relationships.

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  31. The Cruel Prince by Holly Black. It has the perfect amount of everything I search for in a book. And the writing is so wonderful.

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  32. Cinderella and the Geek by Christina Phillips; I love the story and characters, very funny and sexy!

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  33. The favourite book that I read this year is "Fool's Quest", by Robin Hobb, because it has a story and characters that I love.

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  34. I love the Wilde books that Eloisa James has released!

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  35. See All the Stars by Kit Frick is a beautifully written story

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  36. Fighting for Everything by Laura Kaye, Wild Hunger by Suzanne Wright &
    The Chase by Elle Kennedy! I can't choose between these I just love them all and for very
    different reasons!

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  37. i loved Eve of Man by Giovanna and Tom Fletcher. its a great book, really exciting

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  38. I just finished the last book in the Red Queen series - that was my book of 2018 as I loved the magical world they create :)

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  39. The Lighthouse Beach by Shelley Noble, really got invested in the characters

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  40. Homo Deus by Noah Harari - really fascinating

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  41. Being Happy by Andrew Matthews. I can read it again and again

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  42. Miss Wilton's Waltz by Josi S. Kilpack. I fell in love with the characters of this book.

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  43. Burn for You by J.T Geissinger! It was wonderful.

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  44. The Quiet Twin by Dan Vyleta is my favorite book i read in 2018. I love all details about living in Vienna 1939 he put in the story...so alive, i love the writing style, and true history excerpts. If it's about favorite book published in 2018, then i don't know yet, i'm just starting to read a couple of those, because I have been reading very slow in 2018 but very enjoying all my reading time.

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  45. "Sweet Bean Paste" by Japanese author Durian Sukegawa...It's a story about opportunities and unusual but strengthening friendships.

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  46. The best book that I've read this year is Ready Player One. It's got so much great 80's games, movies, and music references!

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  47. Stephen King's Outsider would probably have to be the book of 2018 for me. It's one of my favorites this year but I'll admit, being a King fan, I'm a bit biased! :)

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  48. The Rebels of Gold by Elise Kova because it was the perfect finish to an amazing series

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