Friday, August 3, 2012

What's in the a giveaway

**Giveaway is now closed**

Melissa A:

"Groundswell" by Katie Lee from the author. Amy got this too.

"Walking with Elephants" by Karen S. Bell (e-book; free from Amazon, $2.99 otherwise)

"Chasing Rainbows" by Kathleen Long (e-book; free from Amazon, $2.99 otherwise)

"Playing for Keeps" by Kate Perry (e-book; free from Amazon, $3.99 otherwise)

"Forgotten" by Catherine McKenzie from the author

"The Lighter Side of Large" by Becky Siame (e-book; free from Amazon, $4.99 otherwise)

"The Color of Tea" by Hannah Tunnicliffe from Simon and Schuster

"One Glass is Never Enough" by Jane Wenham-Jones (e-book; free from Amazon, $2.99 otherwise)

"The Sweet Life" by Francine Pascal, books 3-6 (e-serial) from St. Martin's Press. ($1.99 each for Kindle)

"Worth Lying For" by The Lisas (e-book; free from Amazon, $2.99 otherwise)


"I Never Promised You a Goodie Bag" by Jennifer Gilbert from the author

"The Language of Sisters" by Amy Hatvany from Simon and Schuster

"A Lady Never Lies" and "A Gentleman Never Tells" by Juliana Gray from the author

"The Next Best Thing" by Jennifer Weiner from Atria


"Stepsisters" by Rupert James from Cleis Press

"Ten Girls to Watch" by Charity Shumway from Simon & Schuster

"Wallflower in Bloom" by Claire Cook from Simon and Schuster (e-book)

"Much Ado About Magic" by Shanna Swendson by the author (e-book)


"Home Front" by Kristin Hannah from Pan MacMillan

"It Happened in Venice" by Molly Hopkins from Little, Brown

"The Ugly Duchess" by Eloisa James from Piatkus

"Lifesaving for Beginners" by Ciara Geraghty from Hodder & Stoughton

"The King's Mistress" by Gillian Bagwell from Avon Melissa A got this too.

"Before I Met You" by Lisa Jewell from Random House UK

"Fire After Dark" by Sadie Matthews from Hodder and Stoughton


"Such is Life" by Angel Walker from the author. (e-book)

"Apocalipstick" by Sue Margolis from Apostrophe Books (e-book)

"The Not So Secret Emails of Coco Pinchard" by Robert Bryndza from the author (e-book)

"Rejection" by Meagan Bridges from the author (e-book)

"Tales from the Heart" by Sophie King from Great Stories with Heart (e-book)

"And the Winner Is..." by Erin Brady from the author (e-book)


"How to Look Like You" by Rose McClelland from the author (e-book). Amy and Melissa A. also got this one.

"How to be a Woman" by Caitlin Moran from HarperCollins

What could be in your mail:

"The Camera Never Lies" by Tess Daly, courtesy of Hodder & Stoughton, who has THREE copies to give to some lucky readers anywhere in the world! If you'd like to know more about it, check out our Books of the Week post from yesterday.

How to win:
Since the title has "camera" in it, please tell us about your favorite or most cherished photograph. (One entry per person.) Please include your e-mail address or another way to contact you if you win.

Giveaway ends August 8th at midnight EST


susieqlaw said...

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Photo: My sister and I sharing a big red chair when we were toddlers.

EFC Chrissy said...

My favorite photograph right now is one of my two sons - they are in the yard, wearing matching shirts, holding hands looking off at something. The older boy is pointing and the younger is looking in that direction. Really cute!

kaewink said...

A picture of my sister, my dad and me in the tennis club a friend of my parents used to own. My dad died when I was 7. That´s probably my favourite picture :).

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Linda Kish said...

I have a picture of my mother from the early 40s where she looks like a movie star.

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Sheena said...

One of my fav photo's right now is one of me my mom and my little brother who's 10. The photo was taken a couple years ago and boy how my brother has grown in just a couple years!

Unknown said...

A picture of my mom from the early 1960's, dressed professinall in Jackie Kennedy style suit, with her hair's soooo bautiful!


Jessica said...

A picture of my dog when she was a puppy! She was just six weeks old. Now she's 12. She's still so cute!

Thanks so much!

-Jessica M

Maureen said...

My favorite is probably of my two kids and husband on Easter years ago.
mce1011 AT aol DOT com

Tobi said...

I have 2 one of my 5 yo and hubs a couple years ago they didn't know I was taking a pic of them and hubs was carrying him on Easter and closing his eyes kissing his head. So sweet the other is my twin's hospital pic b/c they look like little old men! LOL
Thanks for another giveaway!
<3 Tobi
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Sherry said...

My favourite photo of myself is at age 4 standing on my tricycle like a circus funny.

BRN2SHOP9 said...

photos of my grandparents.

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Bridget O'Neill said...

A picture we have of my great grandma, she looks exactly like my mom! (Or I should probably say my mom looks like her!)

Lilian said...

A baby picture of myself..when I was around 2years old. Because I don't think I will ever be that cute again. *sigh*
Yes, I have a gigantic ego =).

Literary Chanteuse said...

I was visiting family in Portugal a few years back and they had a photo of my grandma when she was in her early twenties. I have never seen a photo of her young so it was amazing.


DD said...

My most cherished photo is one someone took of me holding my newborn son and my husband is next to me and the look on his face as he looks at our baby is so full of love and awe and wonder I nearly cry every time I see it.

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Jeryl M. said...

One of my favorite pictures is one of my younger daughter when she was around 2 years old in her little bikini squinting in the sun.

Anita Yancey said...

My favorite photo is one of my husband when he was 3 years old and he was chasing a chicken. It is so cute.


Cyndee said...

My favorite photograph is a picture of me,my brother and sister, all dressed up for Easter,1966. My sistier and I have the complete Easter outfit for the time:gloves,dresses and patent white shoes. My Brother is in a suit and tie.We look like kid models, no dirt on anything!
Cyndee Thomas

StereoQueenBee said...

My favourite picture is of my entire family two years ago. My Dad had a brain tumour and was going through treatment. Some neighbours threw a benefit for him to help with the costs and it's only made our family that much closer.

Dani said...

There's a picture on my 2 siblings and I sitting on my father's lap, in front of the christmas tree on christmas eve. Every year, he would read us Twas The Night Before Christmas.

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Na said...

It's a picture of me in a soaking wet dress in a playground. I accidently fell into a pool that day and instead of crying I decided to "dry off" by playing.


bn100 said...

A favorite picture is one with my mom in Paris.


Dolly said...

My favorite photo is a large portrait of my grandmother at about age 16, in a large oval frame with curved glass. It's well over 125 yrs old.

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Allison said...

My favorite picture is of my best friend sliding down a water slide at a theme park-- her face is priceless!


Mary Preston said...

I have a photograph of 4 generations of the family. It is beautiful.


Unknown said...

My most memorable photo is one of me as a baby ~ I had just learnt to crawl and it was an action shot of me sitting on the tarmac outside my parents house with my "Shirley Temple" type tight ringlets! I was such a happy baby! :-)

Melissa said...

Loved hearing your stories of favorite photographs! So interesting and beautiful. chose Tobi, BRN2SHOP9 and The Every Free Chance Reader.


Forget the Housework, I'm Reading... said...

Thanks again!!!!
<3 Tobi