Tuesday, March 19, 2013

SPRING CLEANING GIVEAWAY HOP SIX WINNERS FOR THIS ONE!


For this round of Spring Cleaning I am going to give SIX winners the opportunity to chose one book from my list. Each winner will give me their top three choices and will recive one of those choices. None of the books are ARCs.

Here are the books I am hoping find a good home:
  • The Book Thief - Markus Zusak - paperback spine a bit creased
  • Before I Fall - Lauren Oliver - paperback a few pages have slight water damage
  • Eva Underground - Dandi Mackall - hardback like new
  • Jessie <3 NYC - Keris Stainton - paperback very good 
  • Jason & Kyra - Dana Davidson - hardback good
  • Split by a Kiss - Luisa Plaja - paperback like new
  • The Breakup Bible - Melissa Kantor - paperback like new
  • The Secret Society of the Pink Crystal Ball - Risa Green - paperback like new
  • Slam - Nick Hornby - hardback like new
  • Beauty Shop for Rent - Laura Bowers - hardback like new
  • How ya Like me Know? - Brenden Halpin - hardback ex library but excellent condition
  • Love on the Lifts - Rachel Hawthorne - paperback - like new
  • Finding Grace - Alyssa Brugman - paperback very good
  • Marshmallows for Breakfast - Dorothy Koomson - paperback good
  • Kiss Chase - Fiona Walker - paperback good
  • The Dating Detox - Gemma Burgess - paperback very good


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63 comments:

  1. GFC: TayteH
    Catching Jordan will never leave my shelf. :D

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  2. My Secret Garden by Nancy Friday. It's a very liberating book - and it makes me feel perfectly normal. I will never part with it.
    kaseejohnson(at)verizon(dot)net

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  3. My Signed copy of Eldest, Brigsingr and Inheritance!

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  4. a timeless classic "Gone With The Wind", it will never ever leave my shelf

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  5. My Moto Hagio books will never leave, nor will Harry Potter.

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  6. The Hunger Games Trilogy will never leave my bookshelf. It is one of the best I've ever read.

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  7. I love Where the Sidewalk Ends because it reminds me of childhood! Thanks for this amazing giveaway - I would love to win!

    Suz Reads

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  8. Well it is actually a set of books. I will never let Jude Deveraux's novels leave my shelves. She is my favorite author. Thank you for your giveaway!

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  9. The Twelve Days of Christmas, A Porcupine Named Fluffy & the book my parents had personalized for me. I know they're all kids books but they hold a lot of memories and I love all of them.

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  10. The firm by John Grisham
    lewislibrary4052@hotmail.com

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  11. I have a first edition of Firestarter by Stephen King :)

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  12. Outlander by Diana Gabaldon! That's the book that really got me interested in fantasy and time travel books so it holds a special place in my heart :)

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  13. My antique edition of Dracula. It's my most prized book!

    Thanks for the giveaway.

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  14. Any of my autographed books! Especially my Twilight series.

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  15. My Harry Potter collection is well read and well loved. It will never leave the shelf.

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  16. Gosh this is a hard one since there are so many books that I have that I'll never get rid of. But I if I really had to choose I think I would say all my James Patterson and Amelia Atwater-Rhodes books. Those two are my absolute favorite authors. It's about 20 books in all. :D Thanks for the giveaway!

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  17. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows will never leave my bookshelf!

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  18. Angels At The Table By Debbie Macomber

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  19. Thats a hard question. I let people borrow my books, but I would never get rid of my fever books.

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  20. Do NOT laugh, but I will NEVER get rid of my Dresden Files Hardbacks, my Stephen King 1st Editions, and my OED COMPLETE set (which takes up a full tall bookshelf!

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  21. The Hunger Games or Gone with the Wind:) Thanks!

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  22. I would never get rid of my James Patterson's books ever. thanks for the awesome giveaway!!

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  23. New follower....thanks for the giveaway.

    Elizabeth
    silversolara AT gmail DOT com

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  24. I would never get rid of anything by Jennifer Armentrout!! Thry are gold! lol

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  25. I don't think I will ever be able to part with any of my signed books. I also have Incarnate, of Poseidon, and Beautiful Disaster that I could never give away.

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  26. oh man the books would definitely be harry potter, the host, and many more!!

    - Juhina @ Maji Bookshelf

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  27. The books my Great Great Aunt wrote back in the 50's and any of my signed books. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  28. I very rarely get rid of any of my books.

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  29. Ransom by Julie Garwood. Absolutely love this book.

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  30. Hmm, I don't really like to get rid of many of my books. I can't seem to do it, but I can share them and I tend to buy extra copies for people if someone wants one I have or it's just so good it needs shared.
    If I picked one that I would never ever part with though it would be "A Darkness at Sethanon" by Raymond Feist. It's one of my all time favorites and I could just never let anyone near it let alone me part with it.

    Thank you for the chance to enter the giveaway :)
    Shelly H
    booski24@hotmail.com

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  31. My autographed copy of The Host by Stephenie Meyer, thanks!
    kimberlybreid at hotmail dot com

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  32. Meg Cabot's 1-800-Where-R-U series :)

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  33. Everything on my bookshelf written by Cassandra Clare... I am very attached to them haha

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  34. Lets see, I have quite a few but the ones on top of my list are Twilight, Vampire Academy, House of Night, Blue Bloods and every single book that I have read!! I keep all my books. I just love my library of books!! Thank you so much for a chance to win and for being a part of this fun and awesome blog hop!!

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  35. Wifey by Judy Blume.

    -Amber Terry-

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  36. The Great Lenore by J.M. Tohline, the Complete Works of T.S. Eliot and ANYTHING written by Michelle Sagara (ESPECIALLY her Chronicles of Elantra series!)

    Thanks for the amazing giveaway!
    elizabeth @ bookattict . com

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  37. I have a hard time parting with any book :). Thank you for the giveaway!

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  38. Any of Ilona Andrews books. I have everything they have written, most in both print and ebook. There is something about the way they write that just thrills me.

    What a great way to help make room for new books!

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  39. Mine is a set of books. Diana Palmer books will never leave me shelves. She is my favorite author. Thanks for the chance!

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  40. Gone With The Wind -- one of hubby's gifts to me just after we got married.

    Thanks :)

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  41. All the Hunger Games, Gallagher Girls, and Lori Wick books

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  42. I know this is an old book but I do love it- The Count of Monte Cristo will never leave my bookshelf.

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  43. Outlander by Diana Gabaldon.
    Spring is in the air and it's time for that spring cleaning. My house certainly needs a little extra spring cleaning this spring as I'm drowning in books! I do have to admit, however, that I'm looking forward to spring weather and longer days. I love flowers. I love hearing the birds chirp.
    Thanks for the giveaway!

    mestith at gmail dot com

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  44. The Basic Eight by Daniel Handler.

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  45. Beautiful Disaster & Pride & Prejudice :)

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  46. The Harry Potter series - these are books I'd take with me to an uninhabited island and the first ones I'd save if my home were on fire.

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  47. The Twilight Series and all books by Sarah Dessen. We'll just pretend these are all "one" book ;)

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  48. The Bible:)

    cc_clubbs[at]yahoo[dot]com

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  49. The Immortal Rules will not leave my shelf. Thanks!

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  50. The Hobbit. It was one of the first books I remember reading and just absolutely loving. I can read and reread that and still love it.

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  51. I have so very many but I know I will never ever get rid of Gone With the Wind!

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  52. All of my Amish books that are autographed! Or The Help that is also autographed!

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  53. My signed copies of Margaret Atwood books - A Handmaid's Tale and Oryx and Crake.

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  54. Hunger Games and Lunar Chronicles!

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  55. The Fault in Our Stars (signed); Something Borrowed (signed) ~daphne

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  56. a discovery of witches by deborah harkness

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