Friday, May 24, 2013

What's in the mail...plus a giveaway

**Giveaway is now closed**

Melissa A:

Lake Como by Anita Hughes from St. Martin's Press

The Chocolate Touch by Laura Florand from Kensington (Another novel from the "Amour Et Chocolat" series, The Chocolate Rose, is 99 cents for Kindle through 5/26)

Beautiful Stranger by Christina Lauren from Gallery Books (Simon and Schuster)




Amy:

The Tao of Martha by Jen Lancaster from Penguin Group (Tracey also got this)

The Smart One by Jennifer Close from Knopf Publishing Group

Time Flies by Claire Cook from Simon and Schuster

Domestic Affairs by Bridget Siegel from Chick Lit is Not Dead (won from giveaway)
 


Miriam:

Changing Lanes by Kathleen Long from Media Connect





Gail: 

What She Left Us by/from Stephanie Elliot (e-book)

The Banks of Certain Rivers by Jon Harrison from Catherine McKenzie (e-book)



Becky:

The Affair by Gill Paul  from Avon Romance

The Light Between Oceans by M.L. Stedman  from Transworld

Country Loving by Cathy Woodman  from Randomhouse

Wish You Were Here by Victoria Connelly  from Avon Romance

In Her Shadow by Louise Douglas from Transworld

Me and Mr Jones by Lucy Diamond from PanMacmillan

Billy and Me by Giovanna Fletcher from Penguin Group UK

Save the Date by Allie Spencer  from Arrow Pulications

You and I by Emily Gillmor Murphy from Transworld

Tidal by Amanda Hocking  from PanMacmillan

Mateship with Birds by Carrie Tiffany  from Picador



What could be in YOUR mail:

Alison Caiola is sharing FIVE copies of The Seeds of a Daisy with some lucky readers anywhere in the world!

The Seeds of a Daisy is a 2013 "Indie Excellence Award for Chick Lit" Finalist.

From the outside looking in, Lily Lockwood, popular star of the hit TV show St. Joe’s, has it all. Recently nominated for an Emmy, her star is definitely on the rise. She shares her gorgeous Malibu beachfront home with her even more gorgeous actor boyfriend. Perfect, right? Not so much! Within a matter of just a few days, it all falls apart. The wind is knocked out of her when she finds out that her boyfriend, on location shooting a western, is riding horses all day and his curvy co-star all night. Before Lily can catch her breath, she gets word that her mother, best-selling author Daisy Lockwood, is in intensive care after a near-fatal accident. Lily flies across the country to be by her side. The girl, who has a hard time deciding if her Chai Latte should be Grande or Venti, is now faced with making crucial life and death decisions. While rifling through Daisy’s papers, she comes across shocking information about her mother that threatens to shake her very foundation. Lily embarks on a journey of self-discovery and closure as she seeks to unlock the mysteries of her mother’s past. (Synopsis courtesy of Amazon.com)

How to win:
Since this novel is about a TV show, tell us your favorite movie based on a TV series.

One entry per person.

Please include your e-mail address or another way to reach you if you win. Entries without contact information will NOT be counted.

Giveaway ends May 30th at midnight EST.




29 comments:

Hailey Fish said...

One of my favorite films that was made based on a TV show was The Flintstones. I love that movie and I watch it whenever I see it on. I also grew up watching the cartoon plus the show where the Flintstones were toddlers.

fishiegirl22@yahoo.com

Summer Grinstead said...

Sex and the City! I loved the show and I loved the movies!

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Jessica said...

Sex and the City definitely!

Thanks!
-Jessica M
walkingcorpse11@hotmail.com

susieqlaw said...

Star Trek 2010 movie.

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Chrissy TheEveryFreeChanceReader said...

I don't know about a movie based on a TV series BUT I love the TV series Parenthood based off the movie of the same name! Who doesn't love Lauren Graham?!?!

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Lauren McCormick said...

I've watched Star Trek for as long as I can remember!
I've enjoyed all the movies based on the TV series.
Thank you for a chance to win this book.
itzhunicAThotmailDOTcom

Mary Jo Burke said...

The Wild, Wild West, but the tv show was better

maryjo(at)maryjoburke(dot)com

Nova said...

I love Sex and the City! I have all the Dvd's!
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Mrs Mommy Booknerd said...

The Addam's Family...I grew up loving that show...when it was made into a movie, I loved that too...

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PoCoKat said...

Sex and the City

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bn100 said...

Batman

bn100candg at hotmail dot com

Karen said...

Sex and the City

karen.dyer@gmail.com

Mary Preston said...

The Brady Bunch movies were very funny to watch. I like how they spoofed the TV quite a bit.

marypres(AT)gmail(DOT)com

TinaB said...

Sex & the City!
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Linda Kish said...

The Fugitive.

lkish77123 at gmail dot com

krissel said...

Has to be Sex and the City Movie One: Predictable I know

pascale said...

Sex in the City. The series is the bomb... I watch them all the time on Style Channel, even if I see the same one over and over!

pascale.poitras@verizon.net

Ananda said...

It would definitely be Sex and the City. I loved the series, I really liked the movies, but I hated the book:)

Thank you for the great giveaway!
I follow via twitter and GFC.

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StereoQueenBee said...

SATC definitely - the first one only though. I was not a fan of the second movie.

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Jilleen said...

I am sorry, but my Brady days are going to come right out with this question - I am a Brad-mania and loved it when the two Brady movies came out in the 1990s. They were too funny.

Of course the adult in me says.....Sex in the City - loved the TV show and both movies!

Thanks for the great giveaway.

Seaside Book Nook

seasidebooknook at yahoo dot com

Margie said...

The Fugitive, definitely a favorite. Thanks for the giveaway.
mtakala1 AT yahoo DOT com

rubynreba said...

Starsky and Hutch.

pbclark(at)netins(dot)net

Connie said...

I guess like most people, my answer would also have to be Sex and the City.

Would so love to win this giveaway. Wahoo!

Connie Fischer
conniecape(at)aol(dot)com

Anita Yancey said...

My favorite movie or movies based on a TV series is Star Trek. I loved the show and all of the movies. Thanks for this chance.

ayancey(at)dishmail(dot)net

Jess Bair said...

My favorite movie based on a TV show isn't based on the entire show Saturday Night Live, but rather on a recurring skit. The skit; "The Roxbury Guys," the movie; "A Night at the Roxbury."
That movie makes me laugh until I cry EVERY TIME I see it. I know it's cheesy, but it's too funny!

My email is jessbair15@gmail.com

JROSEN60 said...

sex and the city!

jrosen60@gmail.com

Jackie said...

The Simpsons Movie!!!

Thanks for the giveaway!!!

jwenner(at)hotmail(dot)com

Anonymous said...

Miami Vice!

melinda.garza15@yahoo.com

Melissa said...

Thanks for participating and talking about TV show themed movies. Sounds like "Sex and the City" was a top choice. (Not surprising amongst chick lit fans!)

Thanks to Alison for sharing her book with our winners.

Random.org chose FIVE winners from all entries with contact info.

Congrats to:
6-Lauren McCormick
11-bn100
12-karen.dyer
22-rubynreba
24-Anita Yancey

Anyone who wants to discuss "The Seeds of a Daisy," Alison is available via e-mail.