Monday, December 21, 2015

Midwinter Giveaway Blog Hop


Thanks for stopping by during your holiday celebrations. Are you shopping for a great new read or already found one?
I've got so many books on my TBR for this holiday. I can't even decide where to start. Love to get some recommendations from you.


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29 comments:

  1. Yes! Before We Were Strangers by Renee Carlino

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  2. Kidnapped for Christmas by Evangeline Anderson is pretty good holiday themed book.

    Thank you for taking part in this wonderful hop.

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  3. I heard My True Love Gave to Me is a good book; thanks for the giveaway. :)

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  4. I love just to read anything and everything!!!

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  5. I love the christmas season, merry Christmas.

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  6. Hope to find the time to read after Christmas, then I'll pick a book.

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  7. I love reading children's Christmas books during the Holidays. It is nostalgic and children love them.

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  8. I will have to go with Twas the Night Before Christmas since this is the season...Happy Holidays!!!

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  9. I'm reading Brown Girl Dreaming at the moment

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  10. I haven't had any time to read because we moved into our new house over the weekend!! Too busy to even bake cookies!

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  11. The Cat Who Came for Christmas is one I enjoyed.

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  12. I haven't read anything Christmasy this season.

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  13. I don't typically read Christmas stories, sorry.

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  14. It's not Christmas themed, but I love the books Mad Love and Mad Love 2! A romance with a great group of characters that has so many funny bits in it!

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  15. I haven't picked up anything this month that's new. I've been mostly doing re-reads of some of my favorites from this past year.

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  16. This year, I discovered Edward Lorn's holiday-themed short stories The Naughty List and Deck the Halls. They are dark and fun!

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  17. I'm looking forward to reading Winter.
    Thanks for the contest.

    slehan at juno dot com

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  18. No particular holiday read...and thanks for sharing the video about "how to wrap a present", lol.

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  19. I love reading A Christmas Carol every Christmas, there is a reason it is a classic!

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  20. I would recommend Jennifer Probst's Searching for you

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  21. I don't typically seek out holiday reads. The only holiday stories I ever read are the traditional tales around Christmas - Twas the Night Before Christmas, for instance, on Christmas Eve, to my Children.

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  22. I found a awesome series by LIV BRYWOOD called cowbears, cowboys who shift into bears all about love and Christmas magic. Loved them all

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  23. My True Love Gave to Me was amazing!

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  24. I just read What a Lady Needs for Christmas by Grace Burrowes, and it was great!

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  25. i dont really read many holiday reads I hear jane porters new one is good

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  26. Haven't read anything in a while. I'm looking for something new to read.

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  27. I would like to get Falling Star by Laura DeLuca. I think it is great for the holidays.

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