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Thursday, August 2, 2018

$50 Amazon Gift Card Giveaway


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47 comments:

  1. The Light Between Us by Katie Khan sounds like a wonderful story of unrequited love and second chances.

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  2. The Good Luck Charm
    by Helena Hunting

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  3. I don't know that there is anything I am looking forward to this month. I think I am always just looking forward to finding a book that unexpectedly grabs me.

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  4. Through the Fire by Katie Ruggle. I really enjoy this series :) thanks for sharing!

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  5. There are two that have piqued my interest so far: 'Ohio' by Stephen Markley and 'Our House' by Louise Candlish (both Goodreads authors). 'Ohio', according to Goodreads, is "a murder mystery and a social critique ... captures the fractured zeitgeist of a nation", while Louise' novel is full of lies, twists and secrets! Both sound good to me!

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  6. I do enjoy Karin Slaughter novels, they are entertaining and full of suspense, so I'm really looking forward to her August release: Pieces of Her.

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  7. Not really sure yet, haven't noticed many books coming out this new month. I am sure to like the contemporary ones

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  8. "What's the August 2018 release you're most looking forward to and why?" "Dance Of Thieves" looks like a really good book! Sounds like an exciting story of a thief versus an "outlaw dynasty"!

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

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  10. love to read this https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B01MFEOXBI/ref=series_rw_dp_sw

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  11. I am looking forward to reading Red, White, Blue by Lea Carpenter.It sounds like an awesome thriller!

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  12. Looking forward to King of Assassins by R J Barker - it's the last in a trilogy I've been enjoying!

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  13. I'm looking forward to Catwoman: Soulstealer because I've enjoyed the other books in the DC series.

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  14. Awaiting the last installment of Nicci French's series featuring Frieda Klein.....

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  15. The Air You Breathe by Frances de Pontes Peebles sounds great!

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  16. Adam Hills - Best Foot Forward, been looking forward to this coming out, got it on pre-order and started on it yesterday. I was keen to get it as I like Adam Hills.

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  17. The 4th in Katie Ruggle's Rocky Mountain K9 series. I love her characters and the sweet animals.

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  18. I'm looking forward to ‘A Deal with the Devil’ by Blake Ellis and Melanie Hicken being released this month, it should be an exciting exclamation point for the coming end of summer.

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  19. "Tailspin" by Sandra Brown - mostly because I am a fan of her books. Always enjoyable to read.

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  20. I'm looking forward to The Good Luck Charm by Helena Hunting.

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  21. The Chase by Elle Kennedy :)
    Love Off Campuse Series! :)

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  22. I don't know yet. I'm still thinking about what looks good to read.

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  23. Good Luck with That by Kristan Higgins as it seems a little more serious than her other books, but I liked her writing.
    jan

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  24. I have to agree. Good Luck With That By Kristen Higgens. I preordered the book as soon as it was available.

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  25. One of the releases I'm most looking forward to this month is Catwoman: Soulstealer by Sarah J. Maas. I love anything related to DC comics and SJM is a favorite author of mine so I'm really curious for her spin on Catwoman.

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  26. Never that Far because I love clean romances!

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  27. The crew by Tijan and Magic triumps by Ilona Andrews becasue I love both authors and the stories sound really promising.

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  28. I'm most looking forward to Goodbye Paris by Anstey Harris because it's been compared to Eleanor Olyphant is Completely Fine which I loved, and also The Other Side Of Lost by Jessi Kirby sounds like it could be good, I like the idea of a girl on her own surviving and thriving in the wilderness.

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  29. There can be only one, Magic Triumphs! by ILona Andrews. The end of an era

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  30. There are no particular August releases that I am interested in at the moment - my reading pile is currently about 10 books high and I need to get through those before I either buy or borrow any more books. Currently reading a combination of history non-fiction, fantasy, sci-fi and historical fiction. Thanks for another lovely giveaway - Rafflecopter entries are in my real name NIKKI HAYES :o)

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  31. I can't wait for Ilona Andrews' Magic Triumphs, it's the last in the series :)

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  32. I can't wait to read Good Luck With That By Kristen Higgens

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  33. Donna Andrews' Toucan Keep a Secret. I love the author's funny mysteries.

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  34. I'm most looking forward to Magic Triumphs by Ilona Andrews. It's the wrap-up of the main story arc of one of my favorite series.

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  35. These Rebel Waves by Sara Raasch. I have already read the Snow Like Ashes series and I really enjoyed it.

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  36. I am looking forward to reading "Sea Witch" by Sarah Henning. An adaptation of the Little Mermaid... It sounds flipping amazing! :-)

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  37. These Rebel Waves! I just love Sara's writing!

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  38. I don't think I have a book I'm looking forward to.

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  39. Thirst of Steel by Ronie Kendig!

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  40. not sure, a cozy mystery for sure

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  41. How to Breathe Underwater by Vicky Skinner sounds like an amazing read, and love ya comtemporary!

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  42. The Mystery of Three Quarters by Sophie Hannah, I love her style of writing and also I am a big fan of Agatha Christie.

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  43. I like Jane Lovering's Living In The Past.

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  44. Not sure right now but I do love a good thriller!

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  45. Vox by Christina Dalcher very topical and very intriguing

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  46. I think there is anything I am looking forward this month.

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