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Friday, September 14, 2018

Books of Choice Worth $45 Giveaway




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40 comments:

  1. I have a few Christmas reads that I have kept to read around Christmas time - Christmas Promises at the Little Wedding Shop is one of them that I am looking forward to reading.

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  2. Snow In love seems like it will be a fun read with some romance, and Christmas is a good time to read something light and feel-good.

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  3. Christmas at Mistletoe Cottage by Lucy Daniels sounds like a heartwarming festive novel perfect for curling up in front of the fire.

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  4. I am looking forward to reading Before We Were Strangers by Brenda Novak as it comes out December 4th.

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  5. Saints because it's the first part of a church history series.

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

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  7. I don't really have one yet it's too early to think about christmas

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  8. looking forward to Fire and Blood by George R R Martin as I love his style of writing! xx

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  9. I don't recall the titles offhand but I have several cozy mysteries and a romantic comedy to read for the holidays.

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  10. I'm looking forward to The Family Gathering by Robyn Carr because I love her books.

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  11. THIS CHRISTMAS by Nora Roberts - her books are always a pleasure to read.

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  12. Good heavens winter may well have started here, we've had snow for the 2nd time already! No way is it time to think about Christmas, crikey we've not even had Halloween yet, though the stores do display both sets of goodies. It's all about selling these days. A book for Christmas time, hmm haven't really thought about it. I never plan to read something I just read what falls into my hands - here's hoping a few books do at Christmas. My favourites are anything with suspense that keeps me turning page after page long after I should have gone to bed :-)

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  13. I am looking forward to reading the Cruel Prince book 2!

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  14. I love thinking about Christmas books! Yesterday I saw the cover of The Noel Stranger by Richard Paul Evans. I think I would like it.

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  15. I don't have any Christmas book on my mind. It's probably too early to say, I'll see what authors have in store for me ;)

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  16. I don't read Christmas themed books at all - but I will be getting a number of books as Christmas gifts from my husband. Blood Vow by J R Ward is already sitting in the present drawer - one of her vampire paranormal series books - always a good read. Rafflecopter entries are in my real name NIKKI HAYES, thanks for another great giveaway :o)

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  17. I don't usually read Christmas books

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  18. I don't make a point of reading Christmas-related books during the holiday season and don't have any on my list, at this time.

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  19. I don't have one. I usually don't read Christmas books

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  20. I don't have a "Christmas read" as I don't read books by season or such. I will probably be reading books I still have here at home, from this year ;)

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  21. Someday, Someday Maybe will be coming out then.
    jan

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  22. "What's your most anticipated Christmas read of 2018 and why?" "Once a King" by Erin Summerill, because I love a good fantasy book at the holidays!

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  23. I don't usually read Christmas related books, I just read whatever I can get my hands on :)

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  24. My most anticipated Christmas read of 2018 is The Victorian Christmas Brides Collection. I enjoy both the era and several of these authors.

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  25. Uhh I don't really do the holiday themed reading. I'm a mood reader.

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  26. I'm looking forward to New Arrivals at Mulberry Lane, but by the time December comes it will probably go to the back of a big queue!

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  27. Ten Kisses to Scandal by Vivienne Lorret. I love her books.

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  28. I'm not looking for any christmas reading in particular because I have so many books in queue that my main goal is to finish them by Christmas! :P

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  29. Looking forward to reading Kingdom of Ash by Sarah J Maas as it's the FINAL book in the wonderful series!

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  30. I am interested in The Christmas Star by Donna VanLiere. It sounds like a heartwarming story.

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  31. Well it's not a release but this year I want to read Seven Days of Us

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  32. After your review, I really wanna read Snowflakes Over Holly Cove.

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  33. Fire and Blood by George R R Martin, it will keep me going until the next book in the series is ready

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  34. I will reread A Christmas Carol as I always do

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  35. Love the sound of THE CHRISTMAS ROSE by Dilly Court. Although it does sound cold by the docks in winter, it also sounds like a heart-warming story of friendships and finding happiness again, all with a bit of menace attached.

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  36. it's not really specifically during christmas but im very excited for the wicked king!!

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  37. I have a new book Die Oleander Schwestern by Cristina Caboni that I plan to read around Christmas (if i really could resist the temptation). Although it's not specifically Christmas theme (the garden in the story fits more to Spring Summer holiday read), but the story about twin that just accidentally meet each other for the first time since they were still babies fits to the atmosphere and would add warm to the cold month.

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