I am a bit late so apologies, this was meant to run the day after World Book Night (WBN) however with the exam and holiday, WIFI wasn't great there, it got a bit behind.
There are two copies to give away and I haven't restricted it to the UK so anyone can enter. I have set it to run to the end of the month and the same rules apply as with the pre-loved giveaway. I will also get that listed asap so bear with me and good luck people.
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Saturday, 3 May 2014
WBN competition - Tales Of The City by Armistead Maupin x2 copies
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Another great giveaway, you do spoil us.ReplyDelete
Looks like another great read - thanks for sharing.ReplyDelete
I did not know too much about this series but I looked it up on Wikipedia and it really looks to be creative, interesting and fun. I have not seen the screen adaptions.ReplyDelete
No need to apologize over your blogging schedule. Life gets so busy!
This one sounds good and you are very nice to do these awesome giveaways! Like Brian says above, no need to apologize!ReplyDelete
An interesting choice thank you.ReplyDelete
I probably recommend OUTLANDER more than any other book.
the great gatsby as its such a good read with a moral about lifeReplyDelete
The Gunslinger by Stephen King, just because I'm such a huge fan I guess:DReplyDelete
i like true story books and i recommend a lot of those to friends and familyReplyDelete
This looks interesting :)ReplyDelete
Lolita - because the writing is so exuberant.ReplyDelete
I recommend I Capture the Castle because I read it with no expectations whatsoever as it was a gift from another reader at the airport and I thoroughly enjoyed it, took me totally by surprise.ReplyDelete
flowers in the attic x just an emotional story xReplyDelete
One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest is my favourite at the moment. I wish everyone could read it.ReplyDelete
As most of my friends are horsey I recommend the Jenny Pitman - Jan Hardy seriesReplyDelete
Thanks for the fantastic book giveaway!ReplyDelete
I would recomend "Harry Potter & the philosipher's stone" as it is a book that's universally loved by both adults and children, regardless of whether you like fantasy or even read books much!
Delirium, very underrated yet gripping story!ReplyDelete
Any of the Terry Pratchett books , they really open one's eyes to realityReplyDelete
I always recommend The Beach by Alex Garland. A true classic.ReplyDelete
The Shadow of the Wind by Carlos Ruiz ZafónReplyDelete