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Sunday, September 30, 2018

Books of Choice Worth $60 Giveaway


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50 comments:

  1. Flavour of the month/year/decade for me is definitely Tana French. Born in Vermont, well-travelled and now settled in Ireland, she brings Dublin to life, particularly the darker, seedier side. Her writing is a finely balanced mix of police procedures and psychological thrills and, if you like that sort of thing, is guaranteed to please.

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  2. Stephen King has always been my favorite author as I started reading him when I was quite young but I also love Nora Roberts, Wendy Lou Jones, Claudette Melanson, Dean Koontz and Kelly Moore to name a few because I have really enjoyed their books.

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  3. Stephen King because he's the father of descriptive writing and his plots leave you in awe.

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  4. There are so many, Stephen King is a favourite of mine as are James Patterson, Diana Galbaldon, Charles Dickens, The Bronte sisters, James Patterson and lots, lots more - all great story tellers who keep you guessing and excited throughout their novels.

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  5. Dean Koontz as I love his descriptive and engaging writing style as much as his plot ideas (speculative fiction).

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  6. My favourite author is Gerald Durrell; his books are very funny.

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  7. I love British detective novels. My favourites include Anne Perry, Peter Robinson, Anne Cleves, Ian Rankin, Rhys Bowen and of course the writers from the past.

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  8. Hard to choose just one. I'd say Nicholas Sansbury Smith as I'm currently tearing through his Hell Divers series. Awesome characters and loads of action.

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  9. I don't really have authors that I specifically follow. I am much more into the specific book itself. I have enjoyed the typical John Grisham and Stephen King types but some of the best books I have ever read are biographies.

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  10. I love Shel Silverstein he was amazing and his books make me laugh

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  11. I don't have a favourite though I am enjoying books by Philippa Gregory x

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  12. Penny Louise is my current favourite. Her murder mysteries are an absolute delight to read.

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  13. I like rr Tolkien, he makes epic books

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  14. I've been reading a lot of Colleen Hoover lately. I just love her books.

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  15. I've been reading some Tad Williams recently, and loving his writing!

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  16. Taylor Jenkins Reid. I just think her books are so unique!

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  17. Way too many to list, but a few are Holly Black, Will Hill, Kelley Armstrong...

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  18. Jane Austen, it's just always a joy to go back to her books, the wit, the romance, they're just great comfort reads.

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  19. Ilona Andrews... Everything they write is gold. I can re-read their work and feel like the first time read the book.

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  20. I love Robert Harris, I love is style of written and especially his stories which are quiet ingriguing.

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  21. I'm loving Elizabeth Gilbert lately, she just inspires me.

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  22. I love Jodi Picoult because her books are always so thoroughly researched and realistic.

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  23. Ugh, there are so many! But I think my all time favourite will be Susan Elizabeth Phillips :)

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  24. Julianne Donaldson because her characters are so real and her books are clean and well-written.

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  25. My favorite is Nalini Singh, she;s an amazing author and human being!

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  26. My current and all time favourite author is Steven Erikson - author of the Tales of the Malazan Book of the Fallen epic fantasy series. He is a fantastically original writer who has created a huge world with many different intelligent races (not all human). He writes challenging fantasy and is happy to throw readers in at the deep end, not recommended for lazy readers but, for those who persevere, you will be rewarded with stories that are a joy to read over and over again. Rafflecopter entries are in my real name NIKKI HAYES, thanks for another great giveaway :o)

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  27. Currently my favourite author is Jodi Picoult because she writes novels around very curent issues.

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  28. James Michener is one of my all time favourite authors...I love the way he delves into history using fictional characters.

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  29. I enjoy several authors such as Ted Dekker, Irene Hannon, Ronie Kendig. Theirs books are hard to put down.

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  30. At this moment I'm in reading slump :/

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  31. I don'thave a favorite author...

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  32. Currently re-reading Robert Jordan wheelmif time series,. Great books

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  33. My favorite author is J.K Rowling because she gifted the universe with a world of magic.

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  34. Jessica Cluess' her Kingdom of Fire series is addictive.

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  35. Shelly Laurenston, because she can always make me laugh.
    jen dot barnard at btinternet dot com

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  36. Really to many to choose just one. Dean Koontz.

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  37. I don't really have a favourite author but I've recently enjoyed Jodi Picoult again. I read too many of her books in a row and it put me off, now after a suitable break I can try again.

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  38. I don't really have one favorite author. Possibly, my top three are Ilona Andrews, Jeaniene Frost, and Nalini Singh. They have great world building and characters, and I enjoy their character interactions.

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  39. Kelly St Clair. I've recently read her Tainted Accords Series ans fell in love with it, and with her. It is so good.

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  40. Sarah J Maas because her writing is just out of this world!

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  41. My favourite author is Jodi Picoult because she is so talented! I can never put one of her books down! Each story she writes is brilliant and thought-provoking.

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  42. My favorites of all time are Stephen King, John Grisham, and J.K. Rowling. A new favorite author is Ransom Riggs. His Miss Peregrine series is great!

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  43. Tove Jansson because of her imagination and the moomins .

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  44. Suzanne Wright is one of my favorite.
    She writes the hottest, possessive Alpha males!

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  45. Paul Auster - He creates such vivid pictures of 60s & 70s

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  46. Colleen Hoover, I buy her books without even checking the reviews.

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  47. Bill Bryson, I love his travelogues. They are always hillarious, funny in a smart way. I love his view on things and his writing style.

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  48. Really love CHRIS CARTER still. He never disappoints and always manages to convince me the killer is someone else or I have no idea why they have done what they have. Gallery of the Dead had me guessing right until the "reveal" but still loved it. I can read and re-read his books and still enjoy them. Can't wait for his new one out next year. Oh and have to say, I've had the pleasure of meeting him, as he's on my pic with me.

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  49. Right now I'm loving Haruki Murakami, because he knows how to write a story. I'm reading 1Q84 and can't put it down.

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  50. melina marchetta bc her writing is amazing!

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