Tuesday, 27 May 2014

Celebrating reaching 1000+ Twitters followers

Thank you to everyone who follows on twitter, retweets, takes part in the competitions and of course reads my reviews and takes the time to comment and stop by the blog.

Up for grabs is a brand new Gimble, making reading easy and hands free, see the picture below. Fits and holds paperback books up to 4 CM (over 1 and a half inches) thick.
Competition runs until the end of the month, so only a few days. Enter using the rafflecopter as usual, any problems or issues please let me know. a Rafflecopter giveaway

30 comments:

  1. I'm reading Before I Fall by Lauren Oliver.

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  2. I have just finished reading a book & will choose another one tonight grom the box. I have not seen a Gimble before I have weakness in my hands & arms so the Gimble would be very helpful

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  3. Virginia andrews Midnight Whispers

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  4. Congrats on reaching 1000 followers! I just followed you :)
    I have a Gimble myself, its pretty neat.

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  5. Congratulations on the milestone!

    Thanks for hosting the giveaway!

    Jane Eyre - Charlotte Brontë
    Framley Parsonage - Anthony Trollope

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  6. Congratulations & thank you.

    I'm re-reading LORDS AND LADIES by Terry Pratchett.

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  7. I'm on One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest.

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  8. im not reading at the moment but i plannto read one of my daughters soon

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  9. I'm reading Mrs Hemingway. It's very good. x

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  10. Well done on yet another milestone passed. Yet to discover the joys of Twitter yet, I keep meaning to set up an account but then think of how much time I already spend online and find myself putting it off until another day.

    I've not heard of/seen a Gimble but it sounds like a useful thing to have so please count me in.

    I'm almost finished UK On A G-String: Adventures Of The World's First And Worst Door-To-Door Busker by Justin Brown which sadly isn't nearly as funny as it sounds.

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  11. im going to read Lockdown when i get the chance!

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  12. I'm reading Shield of Winter by Nalini Singh. A great series I can't put it down!

    http://stunninglyinept.blogspot.co.uk

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  13. I'm reading a Clive Cussler book right now

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  14. I'm reading Secretariat at the moment.

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  15. The Silver Sword - Ian Serrailler

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  16. I'm reading Flowers in the Attic by Virginia Andrews for the second time!

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  17. Outlander by Diana Gabaldon

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  18. And the Mountains Echoed
    Khaled Hosseini - it is a very good and powerful book.

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  19. Betrayed by Jacqui Rose. A good read so far.

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  20. The Book of the Dead, Little behind I know!

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  21. Congratulations Lainy! I'm reading Jellybird by Lezanne Clannachan, it's really good so far.

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  22. Rebecca by Daphne Du Maurier, again!

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  23. Waiting for Sunrise by William Boyd

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  24. The bird box which is a good read, and I think is going to be made into a film

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  25. I am reading some fantastic science fiction by Iain Banks - SURFACE DETAIL . amazing.

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  26. The Blantyre Project - A journey in Time volume 1 by Paul D Veverka x

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