Thursday, August 9, 2018

Happy National Book Lover's Day! I'm Giving Away A Book!


I love books. I have so many shelves filled with books. I have three Kindles filled with books. I use my library card regularly and take my kids along with me. I run a book club with other people who love books as much as I do.

And today is our day!

It's National Book Lover's Day today! Woohoo! (I hope you get to celebrate with a good book.)

But I thought it would be fun to have a little giveaway to add to the celebration. If you comment with a Kindle book that you've wanted, but haven't bought yet, I will put your name in a hat and draw one name out next Thursday. The winner will receive the book they wanted!

So what book would you buy if you could! Tell me in the comments and you might win it!

16 comments:

Kellie said...

I’ve had my eye on The Weaver’s Daughter by Sarah E. Ladd. Well, let’s be honest, I’ve had my eye on a few more than that, but that’s what I narrowed to down to :)

Mara H. said...

Friends and Foes by Sarah M. Eden. I have the 2 books that come after it, but I want to read them in order.

Julie Coulter Bellon said...

Kellie, isn't it so hard to narrow it down! LOL

Mara, I loved that one! :)

Karen said...

Someone just reminded that I STILL haven't read The Lady and the Lionheart by Joanne Bischof. I need to fix that ASAP, lol.

Lynette said...

Secret of the Spirit Walls by Dorothy Keddington. I loved her books in the early 80s, but I’m not sure if her writing is still the same...I hope so! 😊

NaDell Ransom said...

"A Song Unheard" by Roseanna White. It's the second in a series. I read the first and loved it (and everything else by the author.)

Cathy Jeppsen said...

I'm wanting #moonstruck by Sariah Wilson. Thanks for the giveaway!

Emily F said...

I've been wanting
The Promise of Home (A Hearthfire Scottish Romance Book 3) by Michele Paige Holmes (Kindle Edition) or
Love's Journey in Sugarcreek: Rachel's Rescue (Book 2) by Serena B. Miller (Kindle Edition) . Thanks for doing this!

Katie Watkins said...

Matchmaking for Beginners by Maddie Dawson

Tamera Westhoff said...

Safe House by Traci Hunter Abramson, although it's super hard to pick one of the 200 or so on my wish list...

Heidi Robbins said...

The Unlikely Master Genius by Carla Kelly!

Teresa Reitnauer said...

So many to choose from, but Identity Crisis by Eliza Watson would be my number one choice.

Ruth Ann Lingwall said...

Choosing one is challenging with so many good books. Cinderella Wore Tennis Shoes by Holly Jacobs looks thoroughly funny and romantic.

Alyson said...

There are so many good ones! I have just discovered Laura Beers and got two of her books in paperback but would love Saving Shadow. I would totally recommend them if you like regency with an intriguing spy story that is just as strong as the toe curling kisses that occur as well.

Regine Karpel said...

Too many.

Unknown said...

I am reading Truth or Dare. My hobbies skyping with my Granddaughters and Cricheting princess dresses for them.