Winter is Coming Giveaway Hop

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Welcome to the Winter is Coming Giveaway Hop, hosted by The Mommy Island and The Kids Did It.

In this giveaway I am giving you a chance to win one or more books from The Book Depository, up to 15$.

 

The giveaway is international as long as TBD ships to your country.

After you enter this giveaway, don’t forget to visit other blogs for more giveaways.

 

You can enter here:

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DISCLAIMER:

  • This giveaway is international as long as The Book Depository ships to your country.
  • You must be 18+ old to enter or have your parent’s permission to enter (because I’ll need to ask you to give me your adress so I could send the book to you).
  • I am not responsible for the shipment, but am responsible to order a book on time (The Book Depository is responsible to deliver you a book on time and in a good condition).
  • Once chosen, winner will be emailed and will have 48 hours to reply, otherwise another person will be chosen as a winner
  • NO CHEATING! Cheaters will be disqualified

Good Luck! :)

 

Find other blogs hereand hop around:

46 Comments

  1. I’m currently reading Landline by Rainbow Rowell since it’s set at this time of year, it’s a little odd with the magic phone thing, but I love her writing, emotional and just the right amount of quirky for me. I’m also hoping to read a few Christmas romances as well.

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  2. i dont have a reading list right now because im learning to drive and need to read the drivers manual hahahah, but i hope to get some new recs from friends

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  3. I’m going to read Frost Like Night by Sara Raasch because I love this series and I’m dying to know how it ends. Also I think it’s perfect for Winter 😉
    Thank you so much for the amazing giveaway!

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  4. This Winter, I’m reading Dusk or Dark or Dawn by Seanan McGuire, Norse Mythology by Neil Gaiman, Eleventh Grave in Moonlight by Darynda Jones, Echoes in Death by J.D. Robb and Seven Minutes in Heaven by Eloisa James.

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  5. Ok, so I finally decided to give Six of Crows a try, everyone seems to love it but I haven’t read it because I didn’t like the first Grisha book, but I’ve read a few reviews and decided it was time to give Leigh Bardugo another try. So I just ordered it this week, and I’m counting on it arriving around Christmas, and that’s what I’ll be reading.

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  6. Ha! You got me here. I have a long TBR list although I read every day. I think I’ll read some paperbacks that I own: Julia Quinn’s Smythe-Smith Quartet series and Stealing Parker
    by Miranda Kenneally.

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