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12 December 2011

(closed) It's Giveaway Day! Fabric Giveaway

The winner is.... NinjaEema.
I'm giving away some fabric from my stash.  You will get appx. 2 yards total of these and/or others.
A little bit of the always-popular Ikea (left)
And some other random prints.  Ahem, my stash needs de-stashing.

Giveaway open to anyone in North America.  To be entered, tell me the title of a good book you've read this year.  I'm always looking for inspiration.  I will draw a winner on the evening of December 16th.  Giveaway closed.

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Crissy said...

I just read "heaven is for real.". Loved it!

BJ_Mama said...

LOL! i was gonna say "Heaven is For Real" TOO!!! :)

But I'm about to read "Outliers" which i HEARD is good :)

Carey ~ Gypsy Thread said...

A great book I'm in the middle of reading is "The Strain" by Guillermo DelToro. Not exactly an inspirational or happy book, but well written nonetheless.

Dreamingof03 - Heather said...

Honestly, anything by Charlaine Harris. Her Sookie series was made into a show (Took me two years to give in an watch it...:P) I have been addicted to her Lily Bard, Harper Connelly, and Sookie Stackhouse series for probably 8-10 years. I love for release dates months in advance. :P Awesome giveaway and such pretty fabric!

fenna said...

I finally read the Lord of The Rings!! Super read!!!

Erin said...

I finally read The Help and loved it. I can't decide if I am going to watch the movie or not, never sure if it will live up to the book.
Thanks,
Erin
emstone28@gmail.com

Megan said...

I just finished the Hunger Games. I kept hearing all the hype and finally broke down and bought them. I finished them in 2 days! LOVED every minute of it!

Leah said...

I read The Help and really liked it. The movie was pretty good too.
thanks
lbroadstreet@tds.net

firefaery said...

I love Young Adult books, so I read a great book called "After" :)

Lovely fabric!!! Looks like something my grandmother would use for decorating :)

Renae said...

The Help was good.
One of my favorites is "The Long Walk" by Slawomir Rawicz

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/S%C5%82awomir_Rawicz

Mika said...

The Help, The Hunger Games, uh, almost anything on my Goodreads shelf? LOL! I'm a bibliophile! And a fabriophile (ya, I made that up).

Sharleen said...

Well I don't have much time to read more than kid books so the favorite book here is the Pokey Little Puppy.

mframe said...

I just got done reading "Promise Me" written by the founder of Susan G. Komen Foundation
mframe00@gmail.com

mframe said...

I just got done reading "Promise Me" written by the founder of Susan G. Komen Foundation
mframe00@gmail.com

Tez said...

awesome!
I can't choose between the two best books I've read this year so I'm listing both.
"A brief history of Time" by Stephen Hawking.
"Shelters of Stone" by Jean Auel.

Ok, way schizophrenic mix but good nonetheless!
Thanks for the giveaway!

Meg said...

I don't get much time for leisure reading, but I did get a chance to read Water for Elephants. I loved it. I didn't think the movie did it any justice but the book was great!

Beth said...

Just finished the Karen Kingsbury book, Learning. If you haven't read her stuff, I HIGHLY recommend her book....wonderful!!!! :)

tbmroberts at yahoo dot com

Sangeetha said...

reading the tourist right now - pretty good book

Jody said...

Beautiful fabric!
Snow Flower and the Secret Fan by Lisa See
Any thing by John Irving or Joshilyn Jackson.
Thanks for the chance.
jlbgeorgia(at)yahoo(dot)com

Greg and Caroline said...

I'm reading Robyn Carr's Virgin River series. They are really good!

carolinejaco at gmail dot com

Brooke said...

My all time favorite book is the Bible. ;) I think my favorite book this year has been "The Reminisces of Levi Coffin" (Reputed President of the Underground Railroad). I don't think it is in print anymore. My copy was found used somewhere and might be a first edition. Awesome read, though!
brooke at richardchurch dot com

Little Yancey Family said...

Ooo I've read a bunch of good books lately. I read "The Help" "Jacob T. Marley" and I've just started the "Cirque Du Freak" series.

harmonystar at juno dot com

orazie denise said...

The book I am currently reading is very good it is by Dr.'s Edith and Trevor Fraser titled Saving Marriages by Applying Biblical Principles.

JuneBug said...

Beautiful purple prints! I just read "Unbroken" by Laura Hillenbrand and it was AMAZING.

KatieQ said...

A friend loaned me "The Pilot's Wife." I really enjoyed it.

I also read (and reread some I was originally assigned in HS over 40 years ago)the works of F.Scott Fitzgerald. I hesitate to admit I felt mixed about many of them. I know they are considered classics, but I found them terribly dated and the characters self-centered and irritating. If these characters came alive today, some of them would be stars on reality TV shows.

KD-Quilts said...

My favorite book this year was the Help. Not very original on my part, but it was so good!

marisa said...

Alot of my books in my stash are for special needs kids :) Just read another one about advocacy..something I'm getting better at each and every day!

Beth said...

I've started reading Jennifer Weiner this year, it all started with "Good in Bed"!

Jennifer said...

pillars of the earth was a great read for me this year!

thissideoftypical.com said...

I have fallen in love with the Game of Thrones series!

Callin and Kristen said...

I read The Help and Water for Elephants. Loved them both!

ErikaB3 said...

THe last book i read was a sewing instruction book.

Anne said...

"Unbroken" by Laura Hillenbrand and "Heavenly Man" by Brother Yun. Merry Christmas!

Kari said...

I'm reading The Help and The Hunger Games. Both are very good.

E J said...

Steve Jobs Biography.

ettafi (at) gmail (dot) com

Melissa @ Happy Quilting said...

I just finished The Son of Neptune, the second book in the spin off series of Percy Jackson and loved it!!

Robin said...

Animal, Vegetable, Miracle by Barbara Kingsolver. It's never on my bookshelf because I loan it out so often!

Melissa said...

Sarah's Key was a great one.

Shannon said...

For a little bit of vintage reading... I've been reading the little known books by Lucy M. Montgomery (Anne of Green Gables author). I like Kilmeny of the Orchard.
PS. LOVE those fabrics! Green and pink is a great combo.

Sarah said...

The carousel painter is what I'm in the middle of, it's really good so far! Thanks so much and have a Merry Christmas!

Katherine said...

Rather enjoyed Limitless by Alan Grynn and The Hunger Games trilogy.

syd said...

It's fun to see what everyone else has been reading - got some good ideas! I've read mostly non-fiction this year, I'm afraid. The best book was, "How to be sick," by Toni Bernhardt.

Captain Sharmie said...

i read johnathan strange and mr norrell. long, but so worth it!

thanks for sharing!

Caren said...

My book list is mainly little kids titles, but I did actually read Little Women and it was really really really good. Now I understand why they call it a "classic"!

The Monkey's Mama said...

I read "galore" it was interesting, and good!

Caren, I can't believe you jsut read Little women! I love it! now you have to read Jo's boys!

Tara said...

I've been reading the Love Comes Softly (Janette Oake)series this year. I got them as a gift last Christmas and figured I probably should have them done by this Christmas! :)

Donna @ Snowbound said...

A current read was The Book Thief by Markus Zusak. I really enjoyed it.

Ella said...

Loved The Help. I read it before the movie came out.

Karen said...

Any, all Hunger Games, they are great! Thanks for the chance!

Anita said...

I don't get a lot of time in for reading, but I've enjoyed a couple books in the Acts of Faith series by David Bunn and Janette Oke. I'm in the middle of The Damascus Way.

Thanks for a chance to win!

NinjaEema said...

I re-read Clan of the Cave Bear, and I really enjoyed it. It's a worthwhile read.

Lisha said...

I have a very busy 15 month old boy so my favorite book that I have read all year is The Very Hungry Caterpillar by Eric Carle. We even did his first birthday themed to it :) Back in the day before the kid I read and re-read The Harry Potter series and True Grit by Charles Portis.

Merry Christmas!

Velody Dark said...

I've just read many of Phillipa Gregory's books, The Other Boleyn Girl being among them. Great stuff.

MooMama said...

I've read a lot of good books this year, but I'm horrible at remembering titles *blush*.

One that did stick, though, because I also watched the film was The Help. I first watched the movie and then had to go and buy the book to compare the two.

Carleen said...

Coming of the Storm by W. Michael Gear and Kathleen O'neal Gear.

Nome said...

I don't get to read that much...um, how about the 'Little House on the Prairie' books on tape that I would listen to while sewing and washing dishes, does that count?

Suzee said...

OH I loved reading all the comments here to get new reads!!!
I've read soo many books this year. I started The Hunger Games, just read the first one and its good! I'm a little late but started the "Bones" series by Kathy Reiches. Also started the series by Chris Kuzneski .
Love the fabric! Thank you.

The Thompsons said...

Have you read The Poisonwood Bible?

Rachel said...

Probably the only full book that I got to read this year was House Rules by Jodi Picoult. She is my guilty pleasure. I love the way she writes and cannot put down a book until I have finished it. She is so good at telling the perspective from both sides victim/perpetrator. When I discovered her I had to read every book she wrote (there are lots).
thanks,
mnrridgeway at gmail dot com

Taryn said...

I read The Hunger Games and loved it! It is a young adult book, but I am almost 30 and I read the series in a couple of days. Addictive!

Token Asian Friend said...

I read "North and South" and it was a pretty good book, but it was an even better BBC miniseries! Seriously. Dang good.

Holly U said...

Sadly, most of my reading right now is books for preschoolers. Just today I started "Horns and Wrinkles" by Joseph Helgerson, which is off to a great start. It's a YA book.

Katey said...

I'm re-reading all the Harry Potter books right now. It's been a few years since I have read any of them. So awesome!

Renee G said...

Not my usual style --- but, I really enjoyed Deborah Harkness' A Discovery of Witches. It's well-written and a pleasure to read.
rsgrandinetti@yahoo(dot)com

Libby said...

I read The Red Tent by Anita Diamant and really enjoyed it ! Those fabrics look fantastic :D

Laurel said...

i finally read the help. couldn't put it down!!

Melissa said...

I just finished Catherine Coulter's Split Second. I love her FBI series, they are so action packed and unexpected!! I've read them all, most of them more than once! Thanks for doing the giveaway!

Desi @ Wee Share said...

A new recent favorite is Little Star by Anthony DeStefano (a kids book)

Desi
weeshareblog@gmail.com

Sunni @ Love Affair with my Brother said...

I'm reading Desmond Tutu "God is not a Christian". Don't let the title fool you. It is a great read!

Janie said...

I think my favorite book from this year was "Saving CeeCee Honeycutt". It's hilarious and heartwarming all at the same time.

janiebt at gmail dot com

Melissa said...

Angry Housewives eating Bon Bons! Great book about friendship. Heaven is for real is also very good. I'm about to start The Hunger Games.

Wendy said...

Awesome. Love it! I read "Joy of Sex" :) It was a great read! lol

Katie R said...

THE ABSOLUTELY TRUE DIARY OF A PART-TIME INDIAN. Its a quick read too.

erica said...

I haven't read many books this year, the last ones I read were the hunger games series

Jessica said...

His Good Opinion by Nancy Kelley (available on Amazon, B&N, etc.) It's Pride and Prejudice from Mr. Darcy's point of view and really good! Thanks for the chance!

Avery's Mama said...

I am not much of a reader, but any Louie L'Amour book is a good read. (Can you tell I grew up on a ranch?).

Kimberly N said...

George R R Martin's A Dance with Dragons... although if you didn't immediately devour it as soon as it came out, you should start with A Game of Thrones (the first book in the series).

Melissa @ Sew BitterSweet Designs said...

I just finished "The Help" it was such a great fast read!

Mary Frances said...

I read Doomsday book by Cathy Willis. It is a book about time travel and the black death. It was a fast read, depressing, but fascinating. It had some great characters.

ElfRenee said...

The Book Thief by Marcus Zusak!

jmniffer said...

I've just started The Hunger Games. So far, so good!

Valerie said...

I loved What is the What by Dave Eggars about a Sudanese refugee. Great book! Thanks for sharing!

gina said...

Wow! What a fun and colorful bundle of fabrics!

I really enjoyed reading "Crossing to Safety" by Wallace Stegner. It's a book that has been around for a little while, but I had never read it before this year (it was recommended by a friend).

Thanks for the giveaway opportunity!

kathy said...

I just read "Sins of the Seventh Sister" by Huston Cr.... Autobiography

A novel of the deep south during the early part of last century. Lots of horses, old money, s.., racial KKK, etc. I couldn't put it down.
I don't generally like a lot of smut in my books but in this case the story came out ahead.

Lindsay said...

I haven't read many books this year - I spend all my free time sewing, but I did just finish The Help recently and loved it.

Nancy's Couture said...

The best book I think I've read this year is Having a Mary Spirit In a Martha World.

Jen@thecraftingfiend said...

Uhmmm. "baby i love you" makes me tear up... I also like "The Tushy book". haha. is it sad I don't think I've completed 1 adult book this year? I think it's sad. started the potato peel pie society - so far so good.

java diva said...

Beautiful fabrics! Well, if you read kids books I recommend Grandpa Green. very touching

Kwiltz by Stephanie said...

I LOVED 1,00 White Women! Enjoy!!!!

Joy said...

I haven't had a whole lot of time for reading this past year, except for things like "Good Night Moon," and "Curious George Goes To Bed." I think that I will very soon be curling up with Little Women and some hot chocolate, though.

angelina said...

nelson mandellas biography was great. imisswaylon@Hotmail.com

Jenilyn said...

Those fabrics are beautiful! Thanks for the giveaway.

Ellen Davenport said...

I haven't read any great novels lately. But my mom and sisters just finished reading "The Sweetness At The Bottom of the Pie" are all raving about it. I picked up "What to Expect Before You're Expecting", from my library, and I recommend it to anyone trying to conceive and preparing for pregnancy.

I just love the fabric with the green and purple fabric!

Corinth said...

I read the Mistborn Trilogy this year and enjoyed it a lot. It was especially neat to see certain parts of it come together over the series in ways that made you go "ah ha!" instead of "I saw that coming..."

Emilia said...

anatomy of the spirit, a little serious but life changing. not really a novel but to your health

rubberduckywon at gmail

Emilia said...

anatomy of the spirit, a little serious but life changing. not really a novel but to your health

rubberduckywon at gmail

Kathryn said...

D.I.V.E.R.G.E.N.T.
Can't put it down
-by Veronica Roth

dianne said...

The Girl With The Dragon Tatoo, I cannot wait to see the movie.
jmclean at mts dot net

J said...

I enjoyed The Next Always by Nora Roberts.

Michelle Olsen said...

The Stephanie Plum books by Janet Evanovich are wonderful!

CarrieM said...

Remarkable Creatures, Tracy Chevalier

carrie dot hare @gmail.com

Andrea said...

I only ever have the time to read on the subway but i'm currently on mat leave and there is no public transit in my life!! So i hope it's ok if it's not adult literature! One of my current favourites for the 3-and-under kids in my life is "Goodnight Canada" by David J. Adams and Adam Gamble.
andrea(at)limbourg(dot)com

Liz said...

The Song of Ice and Fire books by George RR Martin! So good! liz.taylor24@yahoo.com

Pattij said...

I read The Help and really liked it a lot.
Evin5 at aol.com

Rachel said...

The Help, great book. Thanks for the opportunity!!

knottygnome said...

i just finished Mindy Kaling's book, Is Everyone Hanging out without me? and other concerns. it was a pretty fun read.

Melinda said...

Marisa de los Santos' Belong to Me!

Jana said...

Swamplandia! It was such a good read.

NudelBaer said...

Sadly I can't think of anything I've read this year. What happened to me? I love reading. I need to set aside some time for it. 'Animal's People' is a book I read a few years ago. It's the last one I can remember wanting to recommend to people.

Marcia W. said...

The Shack is a good book to read.

Marcia W. said...

The Shack is a good book to read.

Marcia W. said...

The Shack is a good book to read.

Kristin said...

I recently read the Game of Thrones series. Good books.

KarenD said...

The Help was a great book!

Beccanae said...

Wizard's Keep

Donna said...

that's gorgeous fabric! thanks for the chance to win! I read the Hunger Games trilogy, it was fantastic and can't wait for the movie to come out!

Lisa Marie said...

I liked both "Blink" and "The Tipping Point" by Malcolm Gladwell (non-fiction)

Annie said...

"Cash" by Johnny Cash!

Abby said...

The last book I read that I really loved was Akata Witch. It's young adult, and it's so good.

Lindsey said...

The Hunger Games! Definitely most memorable. :)

Sarahliz said...

I'm currently reading Salman Rushdie's The Ground Beneath Her Feet, which I'm enjoying a great deal.

Heather said...

I just read The Girl in the Green Raincoat, by Laura Lippman. Fast, fun read!

Lauri said...

I really like The help and the Sarah's Key. love all the fabric and happy holidays

Beth said...

I really liked the Help and One Child - which is actually a pretty old book.
beth(dot)sebastian(at)gmail(dot)com

rebekah said...

The only thing I've read this year besides school books is the Harry Potter series.

rebekahricker (at) yahoo (dot) com

J Strizzy said...

I just read Reamde by Neal Stephenson - it was fantastic.

Josh & Teddie said...

I really liked Unbroken by Lauren Hilldebrand. Would love to win the fabric! t2e2d2@yahoo.com

babygirlhoarder said...

My Nerdy Valentine, LOL I just had my gallbladder removed and that is what I chose from the library :)
Tia
mtrand2 at gmail dot com

adrianna said...

I just re read Brave New World after 15 years. I still love it:)
solsmom(at)gmail(dot)com

M said...

I'd say the Hunger Games. Amazing.

michaelacking (at) gmail (d0t) com

Lynne said...

The Help. Fantastic!

Thanks so much for the chance to participate!

shelly said...

I really enjoyed The Hunger Games. For a little more substance, though, I also enjoyed The Invisible Wall. I'm not usually into non-fiction, but it was very good and made me think.

JustPam said...

I have been enjoying David Baldacci's books.

In TX said...

I am in the middle of a Japanese book: Norway Forest by Murakami Haruki. I love most of his works..


thanks for the giveaway!

happy holidays!

lucy.chen848(at)gmail(dot)com

@pril said...

Eesh...........I don't really read.

Lynn said...

the glass castle.

annmarie said...

Thanks sooooo much for asking this question. I'm going to read every comment & make note of those that interest me! I have sooo many favorites - lots have already been mentioned but The Host by Stephanie Meyer (of Twilight fame) is one of my absolute favorites not mentioned yet. Lovely fabric. Great giveaway - thanks for the chance to win.

Catskill Quilter said...

I primarily read quilt books -- just finished Out of the Box by Mary Lou Weidman - fabulous!

TracyKM said...

I don't read fiction, but I just read "Why we Get Fat" by Gary Taubes and "Living the Low Carb Life" by Jonny Bowen (I think that was the title, I might have it mixed up wiht another one)

Rachel said...

Just started reading The Weird Sisters and I'm having a hard time putting it down.

MissMary said...

"The Canning Season" by Polly Horvath. Find it in young adult. Quite sweet.

Heather said...

How I Killed Pluto and Why it Had it Coming was one of the best books I read this year.

songsiren said...

What a great giveaway! I just finished, "Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children", and really enjoyed it.

Tammi
songsiren1@yahoo.com

All Things Beautiful said...

This is sad, I haven't read anything other than school books and children's books this year. One of my favorite books is Created to be His Helpmeet. It is great for a new wife or soon to be wife.

Bethany said...

"The Help" such a good book!

Kristie said...

I read A Tree Grows in Brooklyn for this first time this year and loved it. Highly recommended.
kristie_keely(at)yahoo(d0t)com

Shanny said...

Try the Hunger Games. It was pretty good

shangalonline at gmail.com

Heidi said...

I read "The Help."
heidikittelson (at) gmail (dot) com

just jayma said...

I just re-read to Kill a Mockingbird...it was great to read it as an adult!

justjayma@hotmail.com

Sis-O said...

Currently on kindle, "The Way to God and How to Find It" DL Moody.

skowens (at) sbcglobal (dot) net

Andrea said...

Just finished "The Help" and loved it!
arbendlin(at)gmail(dot)com

majorasue said...

Just finished Stephen King's latest, 11/22/63

shelleydf73 said...

Explosive Eighteen by Janet Evanovich. All of her books are great and she's got a bunch!

Linda E in AZ said...

I recently read a series of books by Eliot Pattison starting with The Skull Manta (1999). They are mysteries, set in Tibet, and are quite intriguing since they deal largely with oppression of Tibeans by the Chinese. Interesting...
thanks!

Chiska said...

Lost in a Good Book by Jasper Fforde. It's absurd, but fun.

Sallie said...

My favorite book is Redeeming Love by Francine Rivers. Thanks for the giveaway! Merry Christmas!

Jenny said...

I've been reading a lot of books by Jodi Picoult and they are all very good. :) Thanks for the chance to win!
okiedokiemama at yahoo dot com

Unknown said...

Water for Elephants!

Melissa said...

Water for Elephants!

Melissa said...

Water for Elephants!

Melissa said...

Water for Elephants!

Janeen said...

The Help is awesome!
jcneen at hotmail dot com.

Cat said...

I've been reading all the Harry Potter Books this year and they are really cute.

Lisa said...

Don't have much time to read anything more than children's books, but I do love Killer Angels.

Lobela said...

I read Pride and Prejudice for the first time this year. I love the movie and loved the book too!

Lindsay said...

ANything by Jodi Picoult!

Laura said...

The Poisonwood Bible by Barbara Kingsolver

Needled Mom said...

I read Sarah's Key and it was fabulous.

Laurel09 said...

The Thirteenth Tale - really good book. Thanks!

Christie S. said...

I'm not much of a reader, but I've heard THE HELP is a good book. My sister will give it to me to read when she's finished.

deserae said...

The hunger games was awesome!

lemony lucy said...

Deep Kiss of Winter is one name. Everyone needs a little dragon shape-shifter espionage in their lives right? Hahaha.

Alyssa said...

The Millenium Trilogy (Girl with the Dragon Tattoo) and The Hunger Games Trilogy are all great! Which I've only been able to "read" by listening to the audio books while sewing or cleaning :) multitasking!

SmalltownOntario said...

Stuck in Downward Dog.... It is a light read, but we all need that once in awhile.

B Greene said...

I love the Percy Jackson series! Thanks for the great giveaway!!

mframe said...

I love "Promise Me"
mframe00@gmail.com

Laura said...

So fun to read all the book recommendations! I just finished the Girl with the Dragon Tattoo trilogy-really intense and great writing.
Loved Harry Potter and Twilight (i would like to reread all of them).
Merry Christmas!

Mike and Jackie said...

i just read How To Be An American Housewife by Margaret Dilloway , pretty good

Tara said...

I'd recommend American Gods by Gaiman.

Thanks for the opportunity in this giveaway!

mrstolli said...

I read "Heaven is for Real" and absolutely loved it! Thanks for the giveaway!

Jen said...

I loved "The Help" - still haven't seen the movie but the book is great. Thanks for the giveaway!

Terry said...

Anything by Anna Quindlen is a good read.

Vicki in UT said...

It's Christmastime--my favorite thing to read at this time of year is A Christmas Carol.

Kylie said...

I would suggest "1491" is you enjoy nonfiction. It's an accounting of the Western hemisphere before the landing of Columbus. Thank you for a lovely giveaway. kcarlson1152[at]hotmail.com

Jessica said...

The Hunger Games series is great, if you haven't read it yet!!

RyanSarahN said...

I read the Hunger Games series and liked them. Thanks for the chance to win:) ryansarahn(at)gmail.com

Kristin PG said...

I read Pride and Prejudice for the first time and fell in love with it!

Amy said...

I was told by a friend that I tend to choose "not happy" books. She may have a point - here are the last 2 books I read: The Curious Incident Of The Dog In The Night-Time by Mark Haddon, Look Me In The Eye by John Elder Robison (both were about a child with Asperger's or Austism). After those, I choose to lighten it up a bit with There's A (Slight) Chance I Might Be Going To Hell by Laurie Notaro.

marth225 said...

I finished the series by Gerald Lund - The Work and Glory. It was really good

Kristi said...

I think the only book I've read this year was 1000 gifts. Not much time to read while chasing a 2 yr old!
mindfulhome at gmail dot com

C. said...

"To Destroy You Is No Loss." Not light reading, but I liked it. christina112358 at gmail dot com

ba boatman said...

best book i read this year was A Land So Strange: the journey of Cabeza de Vaca...i am a history major and i had to read this for a class but it was so riveting i am going to give it as a gift...before Cortez discovered Mexico...cabeza de vaca and his shipmates(only 3 other Europeans survived)spent 10 years marooned and wandering around the american southwest...amazing story!

Morgan said...

Curse of Chalion by Lois McMaster Bujold. Or my own mother's first novel, Snarky and Sweet by Susan Denney! Thanks for the lovely giveaway.

Jo said...

Winter Moon by Dean Koontz

lorraine said...

i read the collected stories of leonard michaels..i thought it was pretty good :) raineoc@yahoo.com

pbs.seams said...

Room by Emma Donaghue, really makes you think.

Dana Gaffney said...

"The Help" was a good book, I raced through it so I could see the movie. I never like to see the movie first, the book is always so much better.

Sarita said...

I read several books the year largely due to me purchasing a Nook, and I would say the best and most memorable book is "The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo". I guess it could be inspriational lol! Thanks for the giveaway!

Mama Bear said...

I just discovered "Love You Forever" this year. This will definitely be a favorite for a long time.

Thanks for the giveaway; I will definitely pin your blog so I can come back and spend some more time here!

Anya said...

"The Winter Garden". Thanks for the chance!

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