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Wednesday, September 12, 2018

$50 Amazon Gift Card Giveaway


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56 comments:

  1. I am looking forward to Broken Things by Lauren Oliver because it's been 2 years since her last book came out.

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  2. I'm looking forward to the new Jodi Picoult book. She is my favorite author.

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  3. Looking forward to releases by the author that wrote what the light rveals

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  4. I'm excited for the 5th Hell Divers book. It's one of my favorite series.

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  5. I'm looking forward to Fighting the Fire by Laura Kaye because I love her books!

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  6. I am looking forward to reading The Clockmaker's Daughter by Kate Morton.It sounds great!

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  7. I'm looking forward to Bellewether by Susanna Kearsley because I love her books.

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  8. Unsheltered by Barbara Kingsolver
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  9. Kingdom of Ash by Sarah J. Maas, this sounds like it will be a great read.

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  10. Kingdom of Ash by Sarah J. Maas and Queen or Air and Darkness by Cassandra Clare.

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  11. The Wife's Secret by Kerry Wilkinson because I heard a review on the radio and it has a good twist to it apparently.

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  12. The Clockmaker's Daughter by Kate Morton - her story telling is superb.

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  13. The Clockmaker's Daughter by Kate Morton sounds great!

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  14. Probably When We Caught Fire by Anna Godbersen because I've enjoyed her historical YA books in the past.

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  15. Under My Skin by Lisa Unger sounds like a twisty, captivating psychological thriller that explores the lingering toll of grief and the enduring power of love and loyalty.

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

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  17. Shadow of the fox by Julie Kagawa and Diamond fire by Ilona Andrews

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  18. The Desert Prince by Peter V Brett as I've been waiting ages to read it!

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  19. Promise Me You by Marina Adair - can't wait to read!

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  22. Looking forward to The Clockmaker's Daughter by Kate Morton! It sounds amazing!

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  23. The clockmakers daughter by Kate Morton sounds like a good read

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  24. I am looking forward to reading The Clockmaker's Daughter, sounds like a really great book!

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  25. I don't have any October releases that I plan on buying or reading at the moment - but I am looking forward to reading a number of books by Alison Weir (non-fiction history) that I have on order from the library and will likely get around to reading in October. Rafflecopter entries are in my real name NIKKI HAYES, thanks for another fantastic giveaway :o)

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  26. The Wife's Secret by Kerry Wilkinson because I'm trying to get into new genres!

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  27. It's a toss-up between Nalini Singh's Archangel's Prophecy and Jeaniene Frost's Shades of Wicked. Both of these are in excellent series with great characters and character development.

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  28. "What's the October 2018 release you're most looking forward to and why?" "Sawkill Girls" sounds like it would be chilling and memorable, and the cover is great!

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  29. Dragonwatch 2 because my son loved the first one.

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  30. I am looking forward to A House of Ghosts by William Ryan as I love a classic mystery. The setting sounds incredible.

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  31. A spark of Light by Jodi Picoult.. have all her books and just love her writing....

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  32. The October 2018 release I'm most looking forward to is The Christmas Heirloom by Karen Witemeyer, Kristi Ann Hunter, Sarah Loudin Thomas, Becky Wade. I enjoy Christmas stories and these authors are some of my favorites.

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  33. Kill the Queen (Crown of Shards #1) by Jennifer Estep

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  34. Kingdom of Ash by Sarah J. Maas, because I love her writings.

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  35. Can't Text This by Teagan Hunter. I love her writing style, her characters are impossible not to fall in love with and the stories full of passion.

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  36. Not looking forward to anything in particular.

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  37. 1st on my list is Nalini Singh's Archangel Prophecy

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  38. Tombland by S J Sansom I love the Shardlake series

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  39. I'm looking forward to Fatal Promise by Angela Marsons. I can't get enough of this series.

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  40. I can't wait to read Kingdom of Ash

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  41. The Clockmaker's Daughter by Kate Morton, like her wotk

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  42. I have been looking forward to Ransom Rigg's A Map Of Days for months. It is the 4th book in the Miss Peregrine series. It is a great series!

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  43. The Oct 2018 release that I was waiting for is A Spark Of Light by Jodi Picoult as I love her works!

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  44. The light between worlds by Laura Weymouth is on my to read list!

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  45. Cards of Love: Knight of Wands by Claudia Y. Burgoa. A friend recommended it.

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  46. Difficult, probably Kingdom of Ash

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  47. I am looking forward to Mord auf der Donau by Beate Maly. I just love detective like crime with historical setting (reminds me of Miss Marple), ans it takes place in Vienna, a city i visit quite often so I can relate.

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  48. Love, Sincerely, Yours by Sara Ney, Meghan Quinn. Looks promising.

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  49. the new geroge r r martin. it will keep me going until the next in the got series

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  50. Kill the Queen, by Jennifer Estep - seems really interesting!

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  51. Every Breath by Nicholas Sparks, his books are so good!

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  52. assassins guide to love and treason by virginia boecker!

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  53. I've been looking forward to reading The Clockmaker's Daughter by Kate Morton, but also many other great new releases.

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