Wednesday, August 31, 2011

Back to the Books Giveaway Hop (Int)


It's that time... back to a school clothes, freshly sharpened pencils, freedom for you moms out there. :)
This event is being hosted by I Am A Reader, Not A Writer and Buried In Books.
OK guys, this is awesome , there are over 300 bloggers participating in the giveaway hop. STELLAR, right?

Let's get to the goods shall we? This giveaway will have two winners, YES, TWO!

Giveaway #1:

$15 Amazon Gift Card
*If you are international you may choose a book credit to Book Depository $15



Giveaway #2
 $10 Amazon Gift Card
*If you are international you may choose a book credit to Book Depository $10



To sign up, I am not requiring you follow me but It'd be nice and I'll even follow you back! HE YA.




Make sure you checkout all the other giveaways on the hop, I know what I'll be doing for the next few days.



187 comments:

Pabkins said...

You're such a sweety. I hope this blog hope gets you lots of new follower/readers! toodilio! Entered!

paradisified said...

If someone asked for a book recommendation, I would choose Divergent by Veronica Roth, because it's one of the best YA dystopian books I've read so far! :)

Felicia
paradisified(at)gmail(dot)com

buddyt said...

If asked for a book recomendation without any genre being specified I would always suggest To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee because I think it is a fantastic books that addresses racism better than any other I have ever read.

Thanks for the giveaway.

Carol T

buddytho {at} gmail DOT com

lovingrob said...

Awesome giveaway :D Thank you for having a international one ;*
The book I love the most is Divergent. And EVERYONE should read it! It is amazing. First heroine I read about that I didn't want to punch (A) And it has an awesome plot. And an amazing love story. <3
Love, Carina ~ carina-olsen@hotmail.com

Ally said...

Thank you for the great giveaway!
It's hard to choose just one book, but I guess I would go with The Alchemist, by Paulo Coelho, since it is such a positive book :)

Willinda said...

It´s always hard to tell one book. But I will tell him to read The Hunger games, beacuse they are such good books, strong story and super heros!

Lauren B said...

Thanks for hosting the giveaway!
I would go with Retribution by Sherrilyn Kenyon. I love this series.

Mimi said...

This is awesome! Thanks so much!

kimberlybuggie said...

My go to book for anyone is probably Jessica's Guide... by Beth Fantaskey. I love that book. It's such a quick, funny read.

Jade! said...

This is such an amazing giveaway! Thank you so much! :)

Angelica Joy said...

Thanks for the amazing giveaway :D

Book Recommendation? That's hard cos I love so many books but I'd have to say "Jellicoe Road" by Melina Marchetta or "The Book Thief" by Marcus Zusak.

Why? I think that "The Book Thief" is like a modern day classic. So original and it's so heart felt that you feel like your really there.

"Jellicoe Road" is so well written and despite the plot being a bit hard to follow Marchetta wrote it so well.

Those are my two favourite books :D

Jan von Harz said...

Thanks for the awesome giveaway.

Nimue said...

At the moment I would most likely recommend Touich of Frost by Jennifer Estep. This is such an entertaining, paranormal, suspense story. Just great.

Thanks for making this giveaway international.

Pepca said...

Thanks for such a generous giveaway!

Lori M. Lee said...

My go-to book for contemporary is Anna and the French Kiss. My go-to for plotty-goodness is either Across the Universe or Divergent :D

Squeak - MamaMouse said...

I would also recommend the Book Thief for all readers.

Thanks for participating in this blog hop giveaway! Please enter my name in and then hop over to my site and enter my giveaway, too!

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Sniffly Kitty said...

Kushiel's Dart because it's awesome ^,..,^ it's full of political intrigue in a low epic fantasy setting of lovely decadence

Ronyka7 said...

thanks for te giveaway. is great!!!

The Story Queen said...

I have a bunch of go-to books! Harry Potter, Vampire Academy, Paranormalcy, If I Stay... lots more as well. Thanks for the giveaway! :)

Rebecca V said...

My go to book for any body who loves fantasy and adventure would be A Game of Thrones. It can be daunting because it is so long, but by golly it is worth it. Not a dull moment. Since the show came out it is much easier to convince others of its awesomeness too.

Thanks for hosting a giveaway!

Anne said...

I would recommend the Kate Daniels series (how can I pick just one?!?) by Ilona Andrews.

Allie said...

Well, it depends on who's asking; but i have been recommending The hunger games lately:)

miki said...

i would also recommend the kate daniels serie ( by ilona andrews) or dragon bound ( thea harrison)

thanks for the giveaway

isabelle(dot)frisch(at)gmail(dot)com

Rebecca said...

Always Anita Blake by Laurell K. Hamilton, Night Huntress by Jeaniene Frost or now also Nightshade by Andrea Cremer and The Mortal Instruments by Cassandra Clare for YA. ;)

Christina said...

Thanks for the giveaway.

I followed you, because your site is completely adorable AND I love the idea of trading follows, because I'm still fairly new to the blogging world. Check out my site at http://readeroffictions.blogspot.com

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Stephanie said...

Hello :) Thanks for the giveaway! :)

Grace Fonseca said...

What an awesome giveaway. New follower. Come visit me over at Livre De Amour-Books of Love Blog. Like your background.

2de00f22-a0cf-11e0-a91a-000bcdcb5194 said...

Right now I would recommend any book by Linda Howard or Sue Grafton.

I am a GFC follower. Christine A.

your1chef at aol dot com

Diane said...

This is fun!

For paranormal I would recommend Nalini Singh
For light mystery I would recommend JD Robb
For romance: Catherine Anderson

AshleyS said...

Hmmm I would have to say any book by Jodi Picoult or the Stephanie Plum series by Janet Evanovich!!!
ashleylittlehandprintsdaycare@yahoo.com

DANIELA said...

Hi Lacey
I'd say the entire JR Ward BDB series.
Its simply awesome
Thanks the the 2 giveaways

Daniela
dany7578 at hotmail dot com

Kari said...

My favorite book series to recommend is The Hunger Games trilogy. I also love anything by Tracy Chevalier.

Jenny said...

Hah! I have several go-to books that I recommend to people, depending upon their taste. But one book that I recommend quite often is The Name of the Wind by Patrick Rothfuss. SO AWESOME!

BiteMeAsh said...

Wow it would have to be a recommendation to Sherrilyn Kenyon's Dark Hunter series ;o)

Thank you for great giveaway and so glad its opened internationally.

Rita de Canha from South Africa
bitemeash(AT)gmail(DOT)com

Alicia said...

I think everyone ought to read Truman Capote's fiction (and some non-fiction short stories). The man was a genius! alicia.ebaugh at gmail dot com

LaVonne @ Long Wait said...

My go to book? I don't think I have one but I really like the Hunger Games trilogy right now.

Hannah said...

hmmm you know its been a while since Ive read a really good book, so its hard to say what a go-to book is, besides the obvious - the bible.
I think sacred marriage is a great one too
aigcanada7 (at) hot[mail] dot [com

paulinemilner said...

I always recommend my all time favourite book - The Dog Who Wouldn't Be by Farley Mowatt. It is an entertaining book about a dog who refuses to be a dog. It will make the reader laugh out loud, and there are not a lot of books that will do that!

Thanks for participating. ~Pauline

dod@rogers.com

Marti said...

Whenever someone asks me about a book I'll always recommend Vampire academy by Richelle Mead!

Bookadicea said...

If anyone would ask me for a recommendation there won't be any second thoughts for recommending The Hunger Games Trilogy by Suzanne Collins or The Mortal Instruments Series by Cassandra Clare. I'm really interested on YA books. :)
Thanks for the giveaway!

-Riz B.

Carina said...

I always tell people to read Anna and the French Kiss. So far it's my favorite book of 2011 because it's just perfect. I love the characters, I love the writing and I can't wait for Lola and the Boy Next Door (which will be released at the end of this month!). :)

Thank you for the giveaway. :)

Carina

Mai said...

My go-to book is always gonna be Just Listen by Sarah Dessen. The book tackles some difficult issues, but it does so with such grace and wit that it feels cathartic and not depressing.

Megan said...

Whenever I get asked, I recommend 'The Daughters of Boston' sereis by Julie Lessman. Why? Because they are my favorite books! Thanks for the giveaway.

Olivia said...

I always recommend Shiver by Maggie Steifvater because it's just so cute!

Coreena McBurnie said...

Thanks for the giveaway.
Book recomendations are hard, it depends who is asking.
Rot & Ruin by Jonathan Maberry for boys,
The Hunger Games otherwise.

ruthhill74 said...

My goodness, this is a tough one. I would see Redeeming Love since it is such a good story line and has a little bit of everything for everyone.
ruthaw_1974@yahoo.com

dani_nguyen said...

I'll recommend anything by John Green. Love his books.

Thanks for the giveaway!

Llehn said...

Wither - Lauren DeSTefano

ikkinlala said...

I don't really have a go-to book - what I recommend depends on who's asking, and I try to come up with something I think they'll like. One that I like to recommend is The Master and Margarita by Mikhail Bulgakov, because people don't seem to expect Russian novels to be funny.

ikkinlala AT yahoo DOT ca

wendydbooks said...

thank you for the chance at two great giveaways! books4me67 at ymail.com

marieevans1990 said...

Thanks for the giveaway
I would recommend a certain slant of light by laura whitcomb, great supernatural read

Amber Elise said...

Delirium straight up. That cliffhanger was heart breaking. And anything by Sherrilyn Kenyon. She's my absolute fave when it comes to Urban Fantasy.

Thanks!

amber.hrkns at gmail dot com

Chey said...

Hmm, it usually depends on the books I've read and enjoyed recently. It also depends on the person. If I know they're a sucker for romance like me, I recommend Simone Elkeles, Stephanie Perkins, Sarah Dessen. If they like fairy tale-type books, I recommend Francesca Lia Block. For boys I'll usually recommend zombie books or books where the narrator/ author is a boy, such as The Perks of Being a Wallflower, It's Kind of a Funny Story, and Youth in Revolt.

Christy said...

Hi Lacey! Sweet giveaway.

My recommendation depends on the person but the top 4 tend to be The Time Traveler's Wife, Kim Harrison's Rachel Morgan series, Rot & Ruin or more recently Glow

Sonia said...

I would go with Paullina Simons's romance trilogy, certainly one of the greatest love stories ever written.
http://www.goodreads.com/series/42973-tatiana-and-alexander

Aleksandra said...

The Book Thief by Markus Zusak or Rot & Ruin (now including the amazing sequel Dust & Decay) by Jonathan Maberry or Stardust by Neil Gaiman.
Why? Because they're amazing!

Thanks for the giveaway!

Judy said...

Thanks for giveaway. Divergent, it was a very good book, did not know I would like it as I do. I love Love stories and it is a good one.

Judy
magnolias_1[at]msn[dot]com

Alaiel Kreuz said...

Right now I would recommend Watched by Sharde Richardson or the Firelight series by Sophie Jordan :D
The three of them had me turning page after page without stop, hahaha.

Thanks for the giveaway :D

Alaiel

Marg @ Clockwork Reverie said...

My book recommendation would either be Magic Bites by by Ilona Andrews or Rosemary and Rue by by Seanan McGuire.

Thanks for the giveaway!

Rain Maiden said...

Thanks for the giveaway, I'm a new follower.

xsweeteternityx said...

My book recommendation would be Anna and the French Kiss by Stephanie Perkins. It's such a cute book! Thanks for the giveaway!

-Debbie W.

Mariee said...

Anything by Anne Stuart, because all her books are awesome.

marieimy (at) gmail (dot) com

Ana Norte said...

I definely recommend Hunger Games!
I just loooove this book! It's perfect for youngs, adults, men, women!

gustosa giveaways said...

i like the The Face Food Bento Book

mfay2 said...

Yeah, okay after thinking about it, I'll recommend If I Stay and Where She Went. Why? Because the books are so good, and so emotional.

anxirium at yahoo dot com

amandawk said...

I always recommend The Hunger Games. I really like that it has a strong female character.
amandarwest at gmaildotcom

marian said...

i would recommend the iron fey series by julie kagawa

Yenhex said...

I usually recommend Room by Emma Donoghue because of the book's writte from a unique viewpoint

Yen
aonoexorcists at gmail dot com

BLHmistress said...

I almost always recommend the Dark Hunter Series by Sherrilyn Kenyon she is an amazing author, she makes me cry, laugh you name it all the emotions are rolled up in her books.

Jennie said...

Right now my top recommendations are Divergent & the Hex Hall series. Most of the time people enjoy these books when I recommend them. :)

Maidenveil said...

Harry Potter! Given they've been hiding under a rock or just landed from Lorien. The next is Hunger Games.

Jolene said...

wow - so many comments!! I wanna win!! lol <3

marybelle said...

I always recommend the classics like Jane Austen. I love her work & so hope others will too.

marypres(AT)gmail(DOT)com

Rad Hall said...
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Rad Hall said...

The Wind in the Willows; I think it a most pleasing book.
Thanks for the giveaway :)
emi3mle at yahoo dot com dot au

Glenys said...

That would be To Kill A Mockingbird. It is a great book.

Jeanne said...

I recommend a lot of books because I love a lot of them xD Often is Hunger Games, Vampire Academy, Night Huntress and so one :D
Thank you so much for the chance to win♥

Jasmine1485 said...

A Short History of Nearly Everything by Bill Bryson, it's amazing how readable it is when it covers.. well, nearly everything! :)

kate1485 at hotmail.com

FreakChiq said...

I have three go to books/series:
-The Mortal Instruments by Cassandra Clare
-The Demon's Lexicon by Sarah Reese Brennan
-Beautiful Disaster by Jamie McGuire

They are my all time favorites ;)

Thanks for the chance!
sabina(dot)dezman(at)gmail(dot)com

Rabid Fox said...

One book I continue to recommend is Neil Gaiman's Anansi Boys. Brilliant stuff.

said...

Great giveaway ! :))
I am new international follower.. :)

kimyunalesca said...

Many thanks for sharing and posting this giveaway!

My go to book would have to be Before Ever After by Samantha Sotto
http://www.amazon.com/Before-Ever-After-Samantha-Sotto/dp/0307719871/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1315062311&sr=8-1

That novel kept me company,awesome stuff! it's quite light plus it's hardbound so go check it out and see for yourself ^_^

cupidsbow said...

Great giveaway! :) It's hard to pick just one book, but I often find myself recommending "The Lost Art of Keeping Secrets" because I loved it!

Dovile said...

I always recommend Guy Gavriel Kay's fantasy novels, especially Tigana. I love them!

The Happy Booker said...

I would recommend to just about anyone Mists of Avalon by Marion Zimmer Bradley and Harry Potter. Those are my all time favorite books and I think everyone should read them :-)

Alicia said...

I've been recommending The Duff lately because for a YA book, it's hot!

Kati R said...

I'd go with The Duke and I by Julia Quinn for new romance readers. It's a fun, giggly, slightly hot read.

Blue Shedevil said...

Right now I'm really recommending Lover's Betrayal by J.E. Hopkins because it is such a phenomenal book with outrageous humor and an enthralling group of characters, but is still relatively unknown. Thanks for the contest.

kissablesweet1 said...

If asked for a recommendation of books or authors..I always send people to Bertrice Small first. Then any in the HQ series of books. I enjoy so many books and genres it's impossible to choose one and stick with it, but historical catches my eye first.

Bekka said...

Harry Potter is always my go to rec. If they've all ready read it, Hunger Games. Both of these series have something for everyone, so I think they're safe to recommend, no matter what styles people like.

Michelle @ The True Book Addict said...

A book I've read 4 times, Queen of the Damned by Anne Rice. It may not be everyone's cup of tea, but I still recommend it because it's my favorite.

Thanks for the giveaway!

Nakoya said...

Thanks for the giveaway.

I love to recommend John Green's Looking for Alaska because it's an amazing book (trying to summarize it just spoils the fun of reading it)

Hanna said...

It depends who's asking... I'd probably pick the Scarlet Pimpernel by Baroness Orczy or Chocolat by Joanne Harris for adults. For people who prefer YA... Hmm. the Percy Jackson series maybe? Ooh, or the Adoration of Jenna Fox :)

Melliane said...

I think i will say grave dance by Kalayna price or a touch of frost by Jennifer estep.

Thanks for the giveaway !

Cherry said...

The Dresden Files series by Jim Butcher is my default mode :)

Cherry Mischievous

Sierra Cullen.♥ said...

I usually always say Falling Under by Gwen Hayes. It is simply my favorite book. :D

x
Sierra(:

Amynic1 said...

Thanks for the giveaway. For book recs, Id say Divergent, The DUFF, Anna and the French Kiss, Shatter Me, Hunger Games series, The Mortal Instruments...i could go on forever lol

amynic1(at)yahoo(dot)com

Dea (IvaliceAlliance) said...

Thanks for the giveaway! I'd say Jellicoe Road or everything by Melina Marchetta. Her books are all awesome. Other favorites are TMI series by Cassandra Clare and THG trilogy by Suzanne Collins.

JaclynsMusings said...
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JaclynsMusings said...

thanks for the great giveaway! i tried to follow you on GFC but no matter how many times i reloaded the page, it wouldn't come up nor could i follow you on goodreads and when i clicked the link it took me to the homepage :-( i AM following on twitter though :-) if you let me know how to follow on GFC and goodreads i would still love to do so!
i am a newbie blogger and wanted to invite you to come take a look at my blog.
sending blog luv,
Jaclyn
jaclynsmusings(at)gmail(dot)com
www.jaclynsmusings.com

Megan @ Inspired by Fiction said...

Two giveaways...Woohoo! thanx for the double chance! If I were to win, I have been wanting to get Room by Emma Donaghue

inspiredbyfiction at gmail dot com

LindsayWrites said...

thanks for the giveawaysss!! :)


americangirlie1991 at yahoo dot com

happy labor day too! :)

Lolawid said...

I would suggest the Seven Realms Series by Cinda Williams Chima. I love them!! (The Demon King, The Exiled Queen, and the Gray Wolf Throne)

stacythemagnificentmommy said...

i love paulo coehlo's the alchemist!

hancoci_s at msn dot com

Adam said...

I have a few different "go-to" books - depending on what the reader is interested in.

For YA: The Perks of Being a Wallflower by Stephen Chbosky

For Sci-Fi: Ender's Game by Orson Scott Card

For Fantasy: Harry Potter series or The Crimson Shadow Series by R.A. Salvatore

For Lit Fiction: Lust for Life by Irving Stone

For Classics/Literature: War and Peace by Leo Tolstoy or Les Miserables by Victor Hugo

Thanks for the chance!

Adam
roofbeamreader(at)gmail(dot)com

sablelexi said...

It really depends on the person, but it would be one of three books: The Hunger Games, Percy Jackson, or Guilty Pleasures. They are all great books that I absolutely love, and one of them is bound to appeal to most people I'd feel comfortable making a recommendation to.
Jennelle S

Ollie said...

I'm a GFC follower.

Thanks for this giveaway!

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Ollie aka DarkBloodyVamp

slehan said...

It depends on who is asking. I like A Wrinkle in Time by L'Engle. But if I know they don't like science fiction I'll maybe pick what every book I read last.
Thanks for the contest.

Sarika said...

Thanks for hosting the giveaway!

TheReadingOwl said...

Thanks for the giveaway! I usually recommend Graceling by Kristin Cashore because it was such a good book. I loved it! One of the best books I've read so far this year.

janhvi said...

Currently I'm recommending Anna and The French Kiss as it is a very cute book and a nice read.
Thanks for the giveaway!

GFC-Janhvi Jagtap

justjanhvi at gmail dot com

Mervi said...

I would recommend the Mercy Thompson series. It's absolutely awesome. :)

Thanks for the giveaway!

captainliss40 said...

Right now, I would say The Help. Interesting historical look and good story. captainliss40(at)gmail(dot)com

AgnesPink said...

Hey thanks for the giveaway!
Rosebush because I really like the book and it's sort of obscure!
But that'd be just for YA readers!
Also I follow you on twitter but I couldnt enter my handle in the form!
It's AgnesLovesYAlit
princessintears AT gmail DOT com

AmyS. said...

I recommend Marked by PC and Kristin Cast. The reason is my 18yr old nephew hates reading. Always has. I bought this book because a friend recommended it to me. After I read it I gave it to my nephew. He actually read it and loved it. So it's my go to if you are just starting to read paranormal books.

truebloodfan AT rock.com

Ceri said...

My go to book is definitely A Suitable Boy by Vikram Seth, amazing, epic book. Email cerievans1[at]gmail[dot]com.

Kulsuma said...

The Mysterious Benedict Society was great!
Thanks for the giveaway!
k_anon[at]hotmail[dot]co[dot]uk

Darlene said...
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Darlene said...

My latest "go to" book for book recommendations is Still Missing by Chevy Stevens. Why? It's a fantastic debut novel by a Canadian author, and it's a 5-star book (in my opinion).

Thanks for the giveaway!

darlenesbooknook at gmail dot com

Jennifer said...

My rec is Colleen Houck's Tiger series. It's like Indiana Jones for girls...you can't get mush better than that. There's a little bt of everything in this series. (sigh) It's great!

jennifer(at)fictitiousmusings(dot)com

kissablesweet1 said...

This is a wonderful blog and I enjoy reading it. Thanks for the giveaway!! Continued success.

macladie25 At Yahoo Dot Com

BJ said...

I would have to say anything by Lynsay Sands or Amanda Scott or Kerrelyn Sparks.
They are amazing writers :0)

Pixel Berry Pie Designs said...

"Greyfriars Bobby" by Eleanor Atkinson is my favorite book ever and I recommend it to everyone. It was written over a hundred years ago and is classic literature. I wish more people knew about it though, because it certainly is a wonderful story about a dog and his master.

geschumann said...

I hate giving suggestions, cause everyone likes something different. I loved the Twilight series & Nicholas Sparks books.
Thanks! Gloria

Chen Yan Chang said...

The Hunger Games!

Dani @ Refracted Light said...

Oh gosh....well it depends on the person I'm recommending to.

THG, The Greyfriar, Filter, The Girl of Fire and Thorns, Die For Me, LOTR are just a few. :)

Jennifer said...

Thanks.

I would recommend the Hunger Games. Such a great series.

jennifer.kalman at gmail dot com

Karen said...

I always recommend The Kommandant's Girl
›Pam Jenoff because it's a book that hard to put down.

jcwega27 said...

The Other Boleyn Girl
jessicawedward@gmail.com

Dinda_SI said...

I would recommend Forgotten. I'm currently reading the book, and it's good.

Daphne said...

I'll recommend matched! :)

Emilie said...

I'd recommend The Hunger Games serie by Suzanne Collins because this is such an amzing trilogy !

GABY said...

If they are looking for YA I'd say any of Sarah Dessen's books.

Jia Zhen said...

i'll recommend amy & roger's epic detour :)

chelleyreads said...

thanks for the giveaway. :)

Kasumi said...

I don't have a "book for everyone" recommendation. I think you have to know their interest to recommended a book, but I could talk about some books that I love, like "Pride and prejudice", because I love romance and it's an atemporal book.

Marjorie said...

A generous giveaway and thanks for the chance to win it.

Ricki said...

My current book rec is Exit the Actress by Priya Parmar - it is a wonderful, fast-reading historical fiction.

throuthehaze said...

If they like paranormal romance I recommend the Lords of the Underworld series by Gena Showalter. The characters are amazing and it is one of my fave series.

Amy (ArtsyBookishGal) said...

Right now, it's THE HELP because I just read it over the summer, love the book so much more than the movie, and think it has appeal for a variety of reasons--good characters, interesting plot, and historical details.

Elin said...

Twilight. I love the book, and it was after I read the Twilight Saga that I really got book crazy, it'll always have a place in my heart.

Manda said...

Harry Potter or Hunger Games. I know a bunchhhh of people have read those, but I'm devoted to finding the few who haven't and forcing them to read. :)

bookaholic said...

I'd recommend The Hunger Games trilogy! Will love them eternally I have a strong feeling

krystal-larson said...

I would recommend Divergent by Veronica Roth, it's awesome! edysicecreamlover18@gmailDOTcom

samantha35 said...

great giveaway
follow via gfc
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I just read bloodlines and loved it!

rbclibrary said...

Thanks for the giveaway. I always tell people they can't go wrong with Francine River's Redeeming Love.

Amanda said...

If anyone asks, I say Harry Potter because, well, it's Harry Potter :)

Thanks for the giveaway!!

Lenasledgeblog.com said...

My book recommendation would be The Story of Beautiful Girl by Rachel Simon


Thanks for the giveaway. I am participating in the blog hop as well. Looking forward to staying connected.

GFC Follower: lenasledgeblog.com

lenasledge(at)gmail(dot)com

Tiffany Drew said...

I think my go-to book would be The Hunger Games. It is just an all around awesome book. There is something for everyone in that book. And you can't go wrong with Peeta :)

jaidahsmommy(at)comcast(dot)net

Rosie Hong said...
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Rosie Hong said...

I would recommend The Hollow Kingdom by Clare B. Dunkle. I read this book ages ago, and upon recent re-read I found that it was even better than my initial impression. I don't feel like it got as much recognition as other YA fantasies, and it has such wonderful world-building and complex themes.

abbydillon16 AT yahoo DOT com

Adriana said...

My recomendation is Anna and the French kiss by Stephanie Perkins, this is so far the book I LOVE.
Adriana Cabrera

Shasha said...

I'll recommend matched! :)

Jennifer Mathis said...

recommendation Midnight bay series by janet chapman

meandi09@yahoo.com

cjabdelnour said...

I love a variety of books, western, romance. murder mysteries, cop romance, paranormal. It all depends on what I'm reading at the time. Cheryl cjabdelnour@hotmail.com
I am reading Cherry Adair's books now.

Rasberryswrlgirl said...

My recommendation is the Time Traveler's Wife because it is a well written, amazing love story that transends time.

Leila said...

I'd recommend sarah dessen's along for the ride :)

jessica said...

My go to book would depend on what they want to read. If they want to read something sad then I'd suggest the Black Jewels Trilogy by Anne Bishop. Children's chapter books- Tamora Pierce. Fantasy- Anne McCaffrey or Mercedes Lackey. Adult- The Host by Stephenie Meyer. Romance- Lora Leigh, Christine Feehan, Julie Garwood, etc. There are so many more books that I could suggest.
Jessica B
jessangil at gmail dot com

Janelle said...

It would depend upon the seeker. I do find myself recommending Mira Birtok's The Memory Palace because, though it's a difficult book to read, it is beautifully written.
Chanticlear1(at)gmail(dot)com
Best wishes and thanks for this wonderful giveaway!

mandala said...

I like The kite runner by Khaled Hosseini. . .it is very inspirational thought a bit of a heavy read. Thanks!
mandalarctic at gmail dot com

Bo0kJunki3 said...

This is great

hedgerhousehold said...

Pillars of the earth. It was an awesome book. Lots of history with it too
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donnas said...

The Wicked series. Its about so much more than a retelling of the Wizard of Oz and you really discover that as you get to books 2 and 3.

TheJay2xA said...

I want to say Perfect Chemistry but I have to say i'm in love with Die For Me by Amy Plum!!! It has the right mixed of paranormal and contemporary! I was in obsessing with Vincent for quite sometime now and I totally recommend it to anyone! :)

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Alexandria said...

I always ask their favorite genre first buy for YA or Fantasy I always suggest City of Bones or The Hunger Games. Both amazing reads! I couldn't put any of them down and that's why I would suggest them!

nat_ethereal said...

Hey!!! Thanks for the opportunity and making it international.

Now to your question...it really depends what type of genre they like. If PNR Halfway to the Grave by Jeaniene Frost (Night Huntress Series) and The Darkest Night by Gena Showalter (Lords of the Underworld) are two of my favourite authors and series.

If they are more a fan of YA and dystopic I would HAVE to recommend Matched by Ally Condie, AMAZING book and the secong one in the series (Crossed) is coming out November 1st!!! (:

Thanks again.

Nat. (:

Cole said...

Lately, I'd recommend The hunger Games. It's a fast read and it's awesome

SarahSparrow said...

Thanks for the giveaway!

My go to book(s) is the Harry Potter series because it is well and truly awesome.

Tyraa said...

JD ROBB series. Because anyone who can write a 30+ series and still going strong is amazing. PLUS Eve and Roarke are so perfect for each other. Romantic suspense is the genre. You should defo check them out if you haven't already ;D

Lynn said...

I will recommend amy & roger's epic detour :) thanks for the giveaway!

Temperance said...

You know im going to say Twilight
because it's the set of books that got me reading.Im gla di picked those books up and if i could help someone else start to read i would say those would be them:):)
Thank you for the giveaway!!
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Tasha said...

Thanks for the giveaway! If they are interested in ya novels then it would have to be Perfect Chemistry or The DUFF.

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lindseybousfield said...

Would love to win! :)

June M. said...

If the person that I am recommending to like paranormals, I would definitely recommend Larissa Ione's Demonica series.
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Emma said...

a new GFC follower.thanks for the chance. augustlily06(at)aim(dot)com.

ASHLEY HOLT said...

Unearthly by Cynthia Hand because its such a refreshing different angel book!

Alison said...

I would recommend The Irresistible Revolution by Shane Claiborne. I find the book to be incredibly inspiring and it opened my eyes to a lot of things. It literally changed who I am.

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Linda Kish said...

I loved She Makes It Look Easy. It is a very eye opening book that things/people aren't always what they appear to be.

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Yuhang said...

I'd recommend the DUFF

Jessica said...

I always recommend Brave New World because everyone needs more great dystopian fiction in their lives.
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lauriehere said...

Hi there!
Just want to say THANK YOU for the Giveaway!!!
Come on over and enter mine at www.lauriehere.blogspot.com!!!
Laurie Carlson
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Sarah the Hobbit said...

If someone asked me for a book recommendation, I would recommend The Help. I think it is an amazing book and is written very well.

Mark said...

Thanks for the giveaway!
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Clarissa P (Clary) said...

Wow!!! Thanks for the giveaway!!!

I would recommend The Argeneau Vampire Series by Lynsay Sands OR The Black Dagger Brotherhood Series by J.R. Ward OR The Night Huntress Series by Jeaniene Frost =)

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IdentitySeeker said...

Hi Lacey:) Thanks for the great giveaway:)

My go to book for recommendations is Shantaram by Gregory David Roberts because I think it appeals to a wider audience than my other recommendations (mainly Paulo Coelho novels).

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Thanks once again:)

Sarah

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FairyWhispers said...

Definitely Harry Potter?

because it's widely known [c'mon 8 movies!]

so it'll definitely give u more to talk about

because, someone who asks for a book recomendation, probably likes books? I'll like to have more book friends!

btw, giveaway ends today right? Shouldn't the 'expiry date' be tomorrow?

oh wells, have a great time

we'd chat about books!'
=)

regards,

poisnivyred said...

Lately I've been recommending the Help to everyone.. also the Hunger Games trilogy.

Kelsey d

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