Monday, September 15, 2008

Day #15 of "30 Books in 30 Days" Giveaway!!

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For THIS WEEK, here's how we'll do this:

1) First, read the original post with rules and such.

2) I post a book every day that I'm giving away.

3) You leave a comment at the posted books you'd like to win.

4) YOU MUST TELL ME THE TITLE OF ONE OF BOOK YOU'VE READ BECAUSE OF MY REVIEW.

That's it! Those are the rules for the next 7 giveaways! Now, remember, I'm giving away at least ONE book on September 30th...but the higher my hit counter goes, the more books someone's going to win:-) So spread the word for me...

Today's Giveaway Is:

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As usual, click the cover for the review. BUT LEAVE YOUR COMMENT HERE TO WIN!

Happy Reading!

Deena

12 comments:

Mary said...

I enjoyed your review of Looking Up When Life is Looking Down by Beth Moore. Looks like a great gift book to encourage someone!

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lovedandamazed said...

This book looks like a stretch-your-mind kind of story, which I usually enjoy. :-)

I read "Where Have All the Good Men Gone?" by A.J. Kiesling after reading your review. I enjoyed it and passed it along to another unmarried friend. :-)

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Anonymous said...

Earlier in the year, I had read your review about Harry Krause's book "Perfect" If I remember correctly...it wasn't yet on the shelves but you gave it a good review. I bought the book this summer and I liked it....but not as much as his earlier series.
Marilyn
Fmartin816@comcast.net

Ramya said...

hey.. i just started visiting your blog so i haven't completed reading any of the books that i got thanks to your wonderful reviews.. but i did get "chasing fireflies" last week after seeing your review and i have just started reading it.. hope this counts!
count me in for the giveaway!
ramyasbookshelf(at)gmail(dot)com

windycindy said...

"Do Hard Things!" That is the book that I read from your recommendation. Those remarkable twin brothers have a lot going for them. I am glad they wrote this book for today's younger generation. Many thanks, Cindi
jchoppes[at]hotmail[dot]com

blueviolet said...

I read "Eat This, Not That" after reading your review. I was shopping with my daughter and happened upon it, remembered it from the review, and thought what the heck? The pictures were pretty so....I couldn't resist.
doot65{at}comcast[dot]net
Elizabeth

Lindsey said...

I just discovered your site and haven't been reading your reviews long, but I did read your review for "Embrace Me" by Lisa Samson and just got that book from the library to read, so I will be reading it over the week! Thanks so much for the giveaways!

Lindsey
ladyufshalott at yahoo.com

lace said...

I've read Auralia's colors. I was hesitant to read it because it's not the type of book I usually read but I read lots of reviews yours included and decided I'd give it a try. I loved it (after finally getting the hang of the book, weird names and creatures)and can't wait for the second book.

Stonefox (otherwise known as Heidi) said...

I am reading Jerry Jenkin's "Riven" after reading your review. I'd like a chance at winning the book your giving away today.

Thanks for the giveaway month!

BookDevourer said...

I enjoyed your review of Demon: A Memoir by Tosca Lee. It sounds like a wonderful book to read. I'll definitely look it up in my library to read some day ;D.

i'd love to be entered into this contest for this book. I'm glad it's not much of a romance; i'm kind of getting a bit sick of them at the moment.

thanks for 30 Books and 30 Days!

twiliwolf228 [at] aol [dot] com

Lori said...

Fantastic blog! A friend linked you for this contest, but I'll definitely be coming back. :) As for influencing reviews... I loved your review of Susan Meissener's latest, and I can't wait to get a copy. She is such a versatile and honest writer.

Please sign me up for the Fossil Hunter contest. Your review of this book was excellent as well!

Lori
aaronandlori (at) gmail (dot) com

Carolynn W. said...

Your review of Whispers of the Bayou by Mindy Starnes Clark made me want to read it, and I'm glad that I did. It was great! Thanks for all the great reviews and giveaways!