Sunday, May 17, 2015

Find Your Next Chick Lit Read / #ChickLitMay Giveaway!

May is International Chick Lit Month. Let's be honest—it's the best month of the year! Every year, chick lit readers and writers get together to celebrate, share, discuss and gush about their favorite book genre. Not familiar with chick lit or Chick Lit Month? Visit internationalchicklitmonth.com for more information.

This year marks the fifth anniversary of ICLM. To celebrate, a bunch of enthusiastic authors got together and made an infographic to help readers find their next chick lit read.

We're giving away 19 e-books to 19 lucky readers. Just enter to win the books you'd like to read!

**To enter, comment on the blog post below, listing which books from the graphic you'd like to read and WHY you would like to read them. (Make sure to include your email address so we can contact you or, if you're not comfortable doing so, send it here and say that you commented at Chick Lit Central.) Entrants can only enter once per blog, but can check out other blogs with this same post and comment there for extra entries! All those links are down below.**

Entries close on midnight Friday, May 22 (Pacific Daylight Time), and winners will be contacted directly on May 31.

Good luck everyone—and happy reading! :D

Even if you missed the dates for this giveaway, feel free to share this graphic on your blog and spread the chick lit love!

ChickLit-Infographic

Find the authors and books here, and enter again!

Deeper Themes
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A Little Magic
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Laughs Guaranteed
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Light & Bright
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On Distant Shores
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Enter one more time at these great chick lit blogs!

16 comments:

Mai T. said...

The books I’d like to read:
1. At the Edge of the Sea by Karen M. Cox because the excerpt is captivating.
2. The Postcard by Lily Rose Graham because the cover is super marvelous.
3. Molly Miranda: Thief for Hire by Jillianne Hamilton because the title is intriguing.

koukkunokka@anvianet.fi

Janine said...

There are too many great books on the list to choose just one.

kinini01@hotmail.com

Rhonda J G said...

I would be happy with any.

Rhondajgothier@yahoo.com

karen said...

this is great! Thanks for hosting!

karen said...

forgot to add that each of those books in the "deeper themese looks great...I like reading books that me worry and pray for a certain ending. I like books with a twist.

Renee Conoulty said...

I’d Love to win Mr Right and Other Mongrels by Monique McDonell & Set Me Free by Jennifer Collin because those distant shores are my shores! I love reading Aussie authors!

I’d love to win Caching In by Tracy Krimmer as I’ve been fascinated with the idea of caching since Colleen Hoover introduced it to me.

I’d love to win Blogger Girl by Meredith Schorr – what more could a chick lit loving book blogger want than a book about a chick lit loving book blogger!

I’d love to win The Postcard by Lily Graham because I love the cover. Then I looked up the synopsis and it sounds beautiful.

reneeconoulty@gmail.com

Anonymous said...

32 going on spinster sounds like a fun book! Linda W frogz60@hotmail.com

Jeryl M. said...

I'd like to win any of these books.

jeryl.marcus@gmail.com

Katie Watkins said...

I would love to read any in the "light and bright" and the "laughs guaranteed" categories because I'm really in the mood for light, funny romances. I love fluffy, romantic books for summer because it's such a busy time and they just make me happy and are easy to read. Oh, they all look so good! Thanks for the giveaway! Katie
lilacqueen75 (at) gmail (dot) com

Mary Preston said...

Twin Piques by Tracie Banister – love the play on words.
A Leap In Time by Engy Albasel Neville – I do enjoy a touch of magic.
The Postcard by Lily Graham – heard good things.
Caching In by Tracy Krimmer – my daughter introduced me to geocaching. I love it.

marypres(AT)gmail(DOT)com

Uma Kayla G said...

I would love to read Blogger Girl by Meredith Schorr and Something in the Heir by Jenny Gardiner - I love reading light and fun(ny) reads!

kaylagothier@yahoo.com

Bridget O'Neill said...

I'd love to read Twin Piques, because I read In Need of Therapy, and loved it!

bjoneill@hotmail.com

bn100 said...

light and bright, deeper themes, laughs guaranteed, a little magic, on distant shores because haven't read them

bn100candg at hotmail dot com

Vivian Vereeke said...

So many books I want to read, I'm swooning! I would actually like to read them all because I love all chicklit, but I will try to narrow it down.

Deeper Themes:
The Postcard, The Trouble with Dying, The Same But Different, 30 First Dates - because they each look good.

Laughs Guaranteed:
French Twist - I've read about this one and entered a giveaway for it, but didn't win;
Miss Adventure and Thief for Hire - both sound like good premises for fun;
32 Going on Spinster - because I've been there and years later I still am.

On Distant Shores:
Mr. Right and Other Mongrels - because I love dogs.

Light and Bright:
Wedding Haters - because it looks cute, and my nephew is getting married this summer :)


vjvereeke (at) hotmail (dot) com

Arlanda said...

I would love to read Thirty-Two Going on Spinster. It sounds like a hilarious story and it has great reviews.

arlanda.baxton@gmail.com

Lori Johnston said...

I would love to read Blogger Girl by Meredith Schorr (because I am also a paralegal!) and 30 First Dates by Stacey Wiedower because it looks like a lot of fun!

psychoticbooks (at) yahoo (dot) com