Tuesday, June 30, 2009

100th Review Mega Giveaway!!

Hello everyone! Just posted my 100th review and I couldn't be happier! I can't believe that I started this blog just over a year ago, time has really flown by. Want to help me celebrate...and help me clear out some of these books? I thought you might! :)

So, this is the scoop. I have quite a lot of extra books hanging around. There are several reasons for this:

1. My Mom gets a lot of the same review copies that I do and she sends them on to me when she is done. (Thanks Mom!!)

2. For some reason I frequently receive review copies twice. I've been hoarding all of Mom's books and the extra copies I have received for this giveaway.

3. I picked up quite a few books at Book Expo America to add to this giveaway.

(If you are a publisher/publicist and see a book on this list that is pending my review, don't panic! I'm not giving away any of my review copies of books that I haven't reviewed yet. These are all extra copies.)

Most of the books on this list are Advanced Review Copies (called ARCS or uncorrected proofs). This means that they are not the finished format and may have typos and other errors in them. Some of them have been read. Some books on the list are older books that I have read and don't have room to keep or accidentally bought two copies of (this happens waaaayyy too often). Most are paperback but there are a few hardcovers in the mix.

Now for the exciting news:

I will be giving away ten books to each winner. This will be a progressive giveaway, the more entries I get, the more winners there will be. One name will be drawn for the first twenty entries and for every twenty entries after that I will add another winner, up to a total of 10 winners (so, there can be an unlimited number of entries but after 200 entries there will not be any additional winners). No extra entries this time for blogging or tweeting, but it is in your best interest to spread the word, the more individual entries, the more winners there will be. So here are the rules (these are important, please read them!!):

1. USA only. I'm very sorry about this but am bearing the cost of this myself and it just is too expensive to ship heavy books outside of the US. It's a bummer, I know.

2. ONLY LEAVE ONE COMMENT ON THIS POST. If you leave a second comment, I will remove it. This is the easiest way for me to keep track of the number of entries, and multiple comments will mess up the counting. Please, one comment only. I'm begging here.

3. In your comment, include two or three titles from the list that you would most like to win as well as your favorite genre or genres. I will do my best to insure that each winner receives at least two books that they asked for or in their favorite categories. I can't make any promises, the ten books each winner gets will be a mix, but I will make every attempt to include something you really want! :) Also, please leave your email address or be sure it is available in your blogger ID, I need to be able to contact you if you win.

4. Now, I know you love to get extra entries, so this is how it will work for this giveaway. I will give you an extra entry for EACH COMMENT that you leave on any of my previous BOOK REVIEWS or GUEST POSTS between today, June 30, and the end of the giveaway on July 21st. Here's the hard part: you have to read the review or guest post and leave a thoughtful comment. I mean it, do not leave just leave "good/great/happenin'/interesting review" or "please enter me." I will not count any simplistic entries like these. A thoughtful comment, please, is all that is required. You can find a list of my 2009 reviews on the left sidebar, my 2008 reviews are here.

5. Best of luck to everyone! Many, many thanks for helping me to clear out a little space in my over crowded (with books) home and for being the wonderful followers, readers and commenters that you are!!

Okay, enough of the rules, here is the list of books:

American Rust by Philipp Meyer
American Wife by Curtis Sittenfeld
A Million Little Pieces by James Frey
A Quiet Flame by Philip Kerr
Arthur and George by Julian Barnes
A Trust Betrayed by Candace Robb
Beautiful Creatures by Kami Garcia & Margaret Stohl
Beneath a Marble Sky by John Shors
Bones by Jonathan Kellerman
Bookends by Jane Green
Book: The Sequel (First Lines from the Classics of the Future by Inventive Impostors)
Born in Death by J.D. Robb
Bo's Cafe by Bill Thrall, Bruce McNichol & John Lynch
By a Spider's Thread by Laura Lippman
City of Shadows by Ariana Franklin
Conflict of Interest by Nancy Taylor Rosenberg
Creepers by Joanne Dahme
Darling Jim by Christian Moerk
Death of a Bore by M.C. Beaton
Death of a Celebrity by M.C. Beaton
Death of an Addict by M.C. Beaton
Death of a Village by M.C. Beaton
Eat Pray Love by Elizabeth Gilbert
Eon:Dragoneye Reborn by Alison Goodman
Etta by Gerald Kolpan
Farewell the Tranquil Mind by R.F. Delderfield
First Daughter by Eric Van Lustbader
Gods Behaving Badly by Marie Phillips
Hotel at the Corner of Bitter and Sweet by Jamie Ford
I Had to Row Across the Ocean by Tori Murden McClure
Into the Beautiful North by Luis Alberto Urrea (THIS ONE IS SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR!)
Land of Marvels by Barry Unsworth
Lethal Legacy by Linda Fairstein
Lord John and the Private Matter by Diana Gabaldon
Master and Commander by Patrick O'Brian
Messenger of Truth by Jacqueline Winspear
Mistress Shakespeare by Karen Harper
Morning Sunshine! by Robin Meade
Once Was Lost by Sara Zarr
One More Year by Sana Krasikov
On the Line by Serena Williams with Daniel Paisner
Peter and the Sword of Mercy by Dave Barry & Ridley Pearson
Peter Loon by Van Reid
Possible Side Effects by Augusten Burroughs
Prophecy of the Sisters by Michelle Zink
Quantum Wellness by Kathy Freston
Silent on the Moor by Deanna Raybourn
Sizzle and Burn by Jayne Ann Krentz
Smart Girls Marry Money by Elizabeth Ford and Daniela Drake
So Long at the Fair by Christina Schwarz
Something Like Beautiful by Asha Bandele
Songs for the Missing by Stewart O'Nan
Son of a Witch by Gregory Maguire
Spooner by Pete Dexter
Stealing Athena by Karen Essex
Sudden Death by Allison Brennan
The Appeal by John Grisham
The Christmas Shoes by Donna Van Liere
The Crimes of Paris by Dorothy & Thomas Hoobler
The Devil's Kiss by Sarwat Chadda
The Gargoyle by Andrew Davidson
The Gates of Hell by Paul Doherty
The General's Daughter by Nelson Demille
The Gifted Gabaldon Sisters by Lorraine Lopez
The Girl Who Stopped Swimming by Joshilyn Jackson
The Glister by John Burnside
The Heretic's Daughter by Kathleen Kent
The Hours by Michael Cunningham
The King's Grace by Anne Easter Smith
The Kite Runner by Khaled Hosseini
The Language of Bees by Laurie R. King
The Longest Trip Home by John Grogan
The Magicians by Lev Grossman
The Mammy by Brendan O'Carroll
The Mighty Queens of Freeville by Amy Dickinson
The Monstrumologist by Rick Yancey
The Promise of Wind Energy by Postmodern Library
The Religion of Thinness by Michelle M Lelwica
The Seducer by Madeline Hunter
The Unnamed by Joshua Ferris
The Weight of a Mustard Seed by Wendell Steavenson
The White Mary by Kira Salak
This Christmas by Jane Green, Jennifer Coburn & Liz Ireland
Three Cups of Tea by Greg Mortenson & David Oliver Relin
Wait Till Helen Comes by Mary Downing Hahn
Whom the Gods Love by Kate Ross
Women are Crazy, Men are Stupid by Howard J. Morris & Jenny Lee

There are some fantastic titles here! Those of you with sharp eyes will see that there is not quite 100 books on this list. That is because I have more than one giveaway copy of some of these titles. See, I really needed to do this giveaway!

If I get less than 200 entries, I will take the remainder of the books and donate them to my local library for their yearly booksale. If you are a winner and receive a book that you have already read or already have, may I suggest that you pass it on to a friend or donate it to your local library? Share the love!

151 comments:

Jake Lsewhere said...

The Seducer by Madeline Hunter, The Heretic's Daughter by Kathleen Kent, Peter and the Sword of Mercy by Dave Barry & Ridley Pearson look like good books, please enter me into this drawing.

Thanks for hosting this giveaway.
jake.lsewhere[at]gmail.com

Mary said...

Wow, great giveaway. Thanks! Here a three I'd love to win:

Darling Jim
Hotel at the Corner of Bitter and Sweet
Gods Behaving Badly

meah56 at gmail dot com

Becca said...

What a wonderful list!
Into the Beautiful North by Luis Alberto Urrea, Darling Jim by Christian Moerk, and Mistress Shakesspeare by Karen Harper. Historical fiction is a favorite of mine, mysteries are good too but I read all over the map. Thanks
rebecca.bradeen(at)verizon(dot)net

Beth F said...

My three are any 3 of the the M. C. Beaton Death of a books. I love that series and I haven't read any of the ones you have listed.

I love cozy mysteries, historical fiction, and fantasy. But really, I read almost anything.

You are soooooo generous. THanks bunches!!!!

BFish (dot) Reads (at) gmail (dot) com

Jennsbookshelf said...

No need to enter me, I have plenty of books! Just wanted to congratulate you!! I'm looking forward to reading the next 100!

Lenore said...

Congrats on 100 reviews. I think I may be around 200 now. Not really even sure!

We have A LOT of the same books. But a few I don't have are:

Mistress Shakespeare
One More Year
Hotel as the Corner of Bitter and Sweet

Michelle Zink said...

Congrats on so many wonderful reviews!

I hope my ARC (Prophecy of the Sisters) find a good home, and I have to say that I LOVE your layout! That picture at the top makes me want to crawl right into it and look around...
:D

Michelle Zink

Amy said...

Wow, how to choose: Gods Behaving Badly, Spooner, and Darling Jim would all be great. I lean towards literary fiction.

bookmagic said...

Wow, what a generous giveaway!
Three I'm interested in Songs for the Missing by Stewart O'Nan
The Language of Bees by Kaurie R King and Hotel at the Corner of Bitter and Sweet by Jamie Ford.
I love all types of fiction

bookmagic418@gmail.com

Neas Nuttiness said...

This is a fantastic giveaway - thanks so much!

1. The Mighty Queen of Freeville
2. The Language of Bees
3. The King's Grace

I really enjoy murder mysteries(in any time period)!

LuAnn said...

What a wonderful giveaway! I like thrillers/mystery, so Sudden Death and Born in Death would be great to win. Also, I started collecting Christmas stories a couple years ago and The Christmas Shoes sounds like a great addition.

reading_frenzy@yahoo.com

Anonymous said...

What a great giveaway! I wish i had too many books - it's a rough life you lead.

There are a ton of great books on here but Bones by Jonathan Kellerman really stands out. I've been on a mystery kick lately, but will read just about anything. I've also heard great things about Gods Behaving Badly by Marie Phillips.

thanks for entering me! sara
ihpie at yahoo.com

Shooting Stars Mag said...

Oh wow, this is amazing. I would LOVE to be entered.

Two that I would love to have:

Beautiful Creatures by Kami Garcia & Margaret Stohl

and Once Was Lost by Sarah Zarr

My favorite types of books are Young Adult (love love love them) and contemporary fiction, I guess.

-Lauren
lauren51990 AT aol DOT com

MJ said...

!. Beautiful Creatures
2. Hotel at the Corner of Bitter and Sweet
3.Prophecy of The Sister

I'm really not into paranormal but everything else is good for me!!

Thanks a million & conrats on your 100th review.

mj.coward[at]gmail.com

Irene Yeates said...

Congratulations, and thank you for hosting this fantastic giveaway. My book choices are: BENEATH A MARBLE SKY by John Shors, and INTO THE BEAUTIFUL NORTH by Luis Alberto Urrea.

My favorite genre is literary fiction. A good psychological mystery for "brain candy."

cyeates AT nycap DOT rr DOT com

scottsgal said...

Wow this is fantastic!! Hard to choose just 3. Fave genre is chick lit, romance and mystery:

Born in Death
Death of a Celebrity
The Appeal

Thanks for the awesome giveaway
msboatgal at aol.com

Susan Helene Gottfried said...

Mazel Tov on 100 reviews, my friend! That's quite an accomplishment.

No need to enter me, much as it pains me to decline. I think you know the state of my TBR...

I've got this posted at Win a Book. And I'm in awe.

Keep the book goodness coming -- and the e-mails about it all. I do appreciate them!

wordlily said...

Congrats on reaching 100 reviews! Great giveaway.

Some of the books that stick out to me from your list: Hotel at the Corner of Bitter and Sweet by Jamie Ford, Into the Beautiful North by Luis Alberto Urrea,
Once Was Lost by Sara Zarr, The Girl Who Stopped Swimming by Joshilyn Jackson, and The Language of Bees by Laurie R. King. My favorite genres: mysteries/thrillers, literary fiction, and multicultural fiction.

WordLily AT gmail DOT com

Shanyn said...

You give me inspiration to keep going and get to 100 reviews! (I'm about 1/5 of the way there)...

I'd love to read Bookends by Jane Green, American Wife by Curtis Sittenfeld, or Possible Side Effects by Augusten Burroughs. I love to read chick lit, memoirs, and mysteries.

Thank you for hosting this wonderful giveaway!

shanynlee AT gmail.com

BirdDogg34 said...

1. The Heretic's Daughter by Kathleen Kent
2. Into the Beautiful North by Luis Alberto Urrea
3. Whom the Gods Love by Kate Ross

I literally love almost any genre. I'd rather not get romance novels, but I can deal with those. Some genres that I tend to enjoy more, though, include fantasy, horror, literary fiction, historical fiction, civil war stuff, and mysteries. (Kinda doesn't narrow it down much, but that's what I like, lol...)

swimmingfiend15@yahoo.com

Thank you so much!!!!

throuthehaze said...

amazing giveaway! I would love
Gods Behaving Badly by Marie Phillips
Peter and the Sword of Mercy by Dave Barry & Ridley Pearson
Son of a Witch by Gregory Maguire

i love reading fantasy or romance

throuthehaze at gmail dot com

eMily said...

Congratulations on your 100th review and thank you for hosting such a generous giveaway!

If I were lucky enough... American Wife and Possible Side Effects are two that I have had my eye on for a while. I love pretty much all fiction though.

Congrats again! -emily
seriously [dot] reading [at] gmail [dot] com

caite said...

I am only entering to help you get rid of some of those books. ;-)

I love mysteries, thrillers are my first love..
I would especially love any of the M.C. Beaton books, Born in Death by J.D. Robb, or The Language of Bees by Laurie R. King.

caitemaireAThotmailDOTcom

Janel said...

Congrats on the 100th review milestone. Way to read, Carey!

That's quite a list! My top 3 picks would be:

Book: The Sequel
Darling Jim
Mistress Shakespeare

Thanks!

jgbeads at gmail dot com

Jess said...

Outstanding giveaway. I love fiction, thrillers, horror etc. so I'm not fussy. But not so into non fiction. I love that you have such variety on the list. A couple picks - Kite Runner, Language of bees, The Gargoyle.
Please enter me. Thanks.
jessica(at)fan(dot)com

Lexie said...

1) how great that you reached 100 reviews!! Congrats!!!

2) the titles I'd like are:
--Beautiful Creatures by Kami Garcia and Margaret Stohl
--Eon: Dragoneye Reborn by Alison Goodman
--Prophecy of the Sisters by Michelle Zink

3) The genres I most like are: fantasy (urban, dark, epic), romance (historical--regency/victorian), paranormal and young adult!

Lexie.Cenni[@]gmail.com

One Swede Read said...

Congrats on the milestone!! Please enter me in your giveaway. The books I would most be interested in are:

Darling Jim by Christian Moerk
Into the Beautiful North by Luis Alberto Urrea
The Magicians by Lev Grossman
The Devil's Kiss by Sarwat Chadda

Favorite "genre" would be world literature - I try to read as much translated literature as I can.

/Eva

the_viking_chick AT yahoo DOT com

Aerin said...

I'm sort of speechless. This is amazing - good for you (100 reviews) and yay for us that you're sharing!!!

Beautiful Creatures by Kami Garcia & Margaret Stohl
Eon:Dragoneye Reborn by Alison Goodman
Mistress Shakespeare by Karen Harper
Prophecy of the Sisters by Michelle Zink
Stealing Athena by Karen Essex

aerinblogs AT aol DOT com

(Would you ever be interested in doing a guest post? My blog is insearchofgiants.com)

sphinx63 said...

Lord John and the Private Matter, A Quiet Flame, and American Wife sound good to me. I love Historical Fiction and Mysteries and Romance most. Thanks!

sphinxcw at aol dot com

etirv said...

My preferences, please count me in:
The Seducer
Lord John and the Private Matter
Hotel at the Corner of Bitter and Sweet
Thanks... delilah0180(at)yahoo(dot)com

Valorie said...

That is quite a list of books!

Mistress Shakespeare by Karen Harper
The Heretic's Daughter by Kathleen Kent
Genres? Paranormal, historical fiction, and thriller.

Valorie
morbidromantic@gmail.com

Susan said...

Wowsers! This is one awesome giveaway. Thank you so much for hosting it, and good luck to everyone!

Here are my three picks:
1) Hotel at the Corner of Bitter and Sweet by Jamie Ford
2) Messenger of Truth by Jacqueline Winspear
3) The Girl Who Stopped Swimming by Joshilyn Jackson

brightwing316 (at) gmail (dot) com

ibeeeg said...

Wow! 100 reviews. Congrats!!!

Here are the three I would love to win.
The Seducer
The Heretic's Daughter
Beautiful Creatures

Historical fiction and fantasy (urban fantasy included) are my favorite genres. I like reading YA books as well. A good romance book is great as well. Actually, I am fairly eclectic as long as the story is good.

Thanks for hosting a wonderful giveaway.

ibeeeg(at)gmail(dot)com

AmandaSue said...

Congrats on 100 reviews! And thanks for hosting such a great giveaway!! My top three would be:
1. Once was Lost by Sara Zarr
2. Something Like Beautiful by Asha Bandele
3. A Million Little Pieces by James Frey
And I really like most books, so I'd be happy to receive any of them. Thanks again for the chance.

unforgetable_dreamer_always(at)hotmail.com

Anonymous said...

Hotel at the Corner of Bitter and Sweet by Jamie Ford

I Had to Row Across the Ocean by Tori Murden McClure

Women are Crazy, Men are Stupid by Howard J. Morris & Jenny Lee

I love reading!

Amber
Crystalclearbc@aol.com

nfmgirl said...

Wonderful giveaway! My top choices are:

Darling Jim
Hotel on the Corner of Bitter and Sweet
The Seducer


My favorite genre are horror, suspense/thriller, historical, fictional stories that delve into the human condition.

Thanks for the giveaway!

nfmgirl AT gmail DOT com

Bookfool said...

Gods Behaving Badly
Into the Beautiful North
The Unnamed

I get you on the postage thing. I've been donating a lot of books because giving them away can be expensive! Thanks for sharing your joy.

bookfoolery at yahoo dot com

Kristi said...

Wow - there are a lot of great books on here! If I had the choice some that I would pick are:
Prophecy of the Sisters
Darling Jim
By A Spider's Thread
Beneath a Marble Sky
Bones

I like suspense, thrillers, paranormal, memoirs

Thank you for sharing your books with your readers!

kherbrand at comcast dot net

Pam said...

I would love The Heretic's Daughter, The Gargoyle, and Mistress Shakespeare. I don't read much in the paranormal/sci fi genre. I really enjoy general fiction, chick lit, mysteries.

melacan at hotmail dot com

Mary K. from L.A. said...

100 reviews! I salute you! I know I've read some of them over the past year, but I also know I missed a lot. Now seems to be a good time to catch up.

Anyway, my favorite genres are historical fiction, historical mysteries, mysteries, paranormal mysteries, fantasy, sci-fi, magical realism... I better stop now or my comment will take up too much room & get boring.

Here are some of the books I want (top 3 are my most wanted right now):

City of Shadows
Silent on the Moor
The King's Grace
The Crimes of Paris
The Gates of Hell
The Seducer

Thanks for the chance to win!

Suzanne said...

What a wonderful celebration! Congratulations!
OK, here's what I would like:
* American Rust
* Into the Beautiful North
* The Crimes of Paris
I like historical fiction, literary fiction... a mix of things.
Thank you for the great giveaway!
Suzanne
quzy (at) mac (dot) com

Sue said...

City of Shadows
Master and Commander
There are so many books that look great on this list. My favorite is historical fiction, but I'm just a fan of a good book.
Thanks for sharing~

s.mickelson at gmail dot com

Rose Red said...

Love to read contemporary lit and some chick lit. What a generous giveaway. For starters, there that I have been wanting to read are:
Hotel at the Corner of Bitter and Sweet
Into the Beautiful North
Prophecy of The Sister

espressogurl at hotmail dot com

Rachel said...

I'd love to read Mistress Shakespeare because I love Historical fiction taking place in England and The Heretic's Daughter because I live right near Salem, MA! Thanks for the giveaway!

Rachelhwallen@gmail.com

Alyce said...

This is an amazing giveaway!

The books I would like are:

Into the Beautiful North
The Gargoyle
The Heretics Daughter

I like historical fiction, sci-fi, nonfiction/memoirs, and general fiction.

akreese (at) hotmail (dot) com

Linda said...

I enjoy historical fiction and historical mysteries; so I'd love to win Crimes of Paris, or any of the Death of....titles by M.C. Beaton. Thanks for this great giveaway opportunity.
lcbrower40(at)gmail(dot)com

Marie said...
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Marie said...

My top three would be:

Eon: Dragoneye Reborn by Alison Goodman

Lord John and the Private Matter by Diana Gabaldon

This Christmas by Jane Green, Jennifer Coburn & Liz Ireland

I love mysteries and historical fiction most of all!

marielay@gmail.com

Kim said...

Thank you so much for hosting such a great contest! My picks would definitely include "Beautiful Creatures" by Kami Garcia and Margareth Stohl as well as Prophecy of the Sisters. :)

Kim
bookbutterfly9@gmail.com

Anonymous said...

Thank you for the giveaway.

I would choose: Darling Jim, The Heretic's Daughter, and Mistress Shakespeare.

denise_22315(at)yahoo(dot)com

valerie2350 said...

what fun!

The Crimes of Paris by Dorothy & Thomas Hoobler
Son of a Witch by Gregory Maguire
Sizzle and Burn by Jayne Ann Krentz

Alipet813 said...

I can't believe you are doing this! I love most genres, but don't usually read non-fiction.

I would like
Heretic's Daughter
Hotel at the Corner of Bitter and Sweet
Into the Beautiful North
Darling Jim
The Language of Bees

Thanks for the chance to win!

alipet813(at)yahoo(dot)com

teabird said...

oh, Farewell the tranquil mind (I love love love Delderfield since I read and saw To Serve Them All My days), The King's Grace, Silent on the Moor...

I'm recently interested in historical novels, especially about English history - Philippa Carr spoiled me!

teabird 17 AT yahoo DOT com

thank you for holding this amazing giveaway!

My Blog 2.0 (Dottie) said...

Congrats on your 100th review!!

Son of a Witch, Prophecy of the Sisters, Beautiful Creatures are some that I would love to have.


The genres I most like are: fantasy (urban, dark, epic), romance (historical--regency/victorian), paranormal and young adult!

Thanks for the great giveaway!!

Dottie :)

gymmom_027@yahoo.com

traveler said...

What a wonderful giveaway. Congratulations and all the best. Thanks so much for this great selection.
My choices are:
Silent on the Moor
Beneath a Marble Sky
Messenger of Truth.

amanda said...

I'd love to win Possible Side Effects, Son of a Witch, and The Kite Runner.

I tend to be attracted to non-fiction, but I'll take anything!

oheeyore at hotmail dot com

MoziEsmé said...

Wow - what an awesome giveaway!

I am very interested in children's books - I'm not sure which on the list might fall in that category.

The Appeal by John Grisham
The Christmas Shoes by Donna Van Liere
This Christmas by Jane Green, Jennifer Coburn & Liz Ireland
he Weight of a Mustard Seed by Wendell Steavenson

Laura said...

I would be interested in :
The Gargoyle
Eat, Pray, Love
The Girl Who Stopped Swimming
I read just about anything, but would prefer no horror.
Thanks,
Laura
laura.leahj@gmail.com

Miel Abeille said...

Wow! Such great books, but there are two books I have been hoping to get my hands on for a while. Please ad me to the list of wishers for:

Darling Jim by Christian Moerk
Three Cups of Tea by Greg Mortenson & David Oliver Relin

My email is:

miel.abeille23 at gmail dot com

Cheers!

janepriceestrada said...

These piqued my interest:

American Wife by Curtis Sittenfeld
Book: The Sequel
Into the Beautiful North by Luis Alberto Urrea
The Kite Runner by Khaled Hosseini

I like literary fiction and fantasy. Thanks and congrats on your 100th review!

Lana said...

I'd love to win

Mistress Shakespeare
Stealing Athena
The Crimes of Paris

I love to read historical fiction, romance, and young adult (but I'm open to just about anything!)

Thanks for hosting a great giveaway!

holdenj said...

What a list! Congrats on your
100th review.

Mistress Shakespeare
The Language of Bees
Prophecy of the Sisters
all look interesting!

I like to read a wide variety of books, but rarely pick up a mystery, YA, women's or historical fiction book I don't like!

JHolden955 (at) gmail (dot) com

Thanks.

bridget3420 said...

Congrats!!

These sound good to me:

Son of a Witch by Gregory Maguire
American Rust by Philipp Meyer
Prophecy of the Sisters by Michelle Zink

bjhopper(at)me(dot)com

sharon54220 said...

Congrats on 100 reviews. I hope to get there someday. Wow, what a list of books, and it was hard to choose. My list was up to like 5, but I just listed 3. Memoirs are one of my favorite reads.

1. Darling Jim
2. Into the Beautiful North
3. Mighty Queens of Freeville

Thanks for the chance at some great books.

sharon54220@gmail.com

Sheila DeChantal said...

Ok fun.... lets see ...

1. Bookends by Jane Green

2. The Kite Runner by Khaled Hosseini

3. Son of a Witch by Gregory Maguire

Rebecca Cox said...

what a great giveaway! I would love to read American Rust. It has been on my wish list a while. Also, Hotel at the corner of bitter and sweet, and the language of bees. I like literature, art, architecture, and some chick lit thrown in for gloomy days. I also love mysteries, but not the horror kind with blood guts and gore.
Thanks for sharing the wealth!
rebecca dot cox at charter dot net

Barb said...

Congratulations on your 100th review.

I love historical fiction and mysteries. Looking at the list, the three I would love to win are:

Lord Jim and the Private Matter
Silent on the Moor
The Girl who stopped Swimming

Thanks for this fantastic chance.

bstilwell12 AT comcast DOT net

Zibilee said...

I would love to win The Glister, Aurthur and George, and Eat, Pray, Love. I think it's awesome that you are having such a great giveaway!

zibilee(at)figearo(dot)net

Anonymous said...

Thank you for your generous spirit!
I would like to read Sizzle and Burn and Morning Sunshine!
Zoe0825@verizon.net

Sandra K321 said...

Wow! What a list. My favorites would be:
1. Hotel at the Corner of Bitter and Sweet by Jamie Ford
2. Mistress Shakespeare by Karen Harper
3. The Crimes of Paris by Dorothy & Thomas Hoobler

My favorite type of book is usually historic fiction, but I also enjoy books that have good character development (definitely NOT romance novels).
seknobloch(at)gmail(dot)com

LoveMyCoffee said...

Congratulations on your 100th review. Awesome. I love books, but do not have a way with words when it comes to reviews. I envy you and your writing abilities.
Please enter me in the drawing...or can I come stay with you for awhile, pretty please?
1. The Gargoyle
2. Silent on the Moor
3. The Heretic Queen - After reading your review it looks like a must read.
I love all kinds of books, but I'm not really into the "bodice ripping" romance novels. LOL

Thanks for the awesome giveaway.

Dutchlvr1(at)aol(dot)com

BevE said...

Congratulations on your 100th review!
This is a great giveaway but boy, a lot of work -thanks so much : D OK, my three are:

Hotel at the Corner of Bitter and Sweet
Smart Girls Marry Money
Morning Sunshine!

BevE
merryweatherbookblog@gmail.com

mark said...

Congratulations on the 100th review! Excellent job! These are some of my choices:
City of Shadows by Ariana Franklin
Into the Beautiful North by Luis Alberto Urrea
The Gargoyle
I love crime fiction, literary fiction and historical fiction. Thanks for hosting this giveaway!
Mark
freebs59@sbcglobal.net

Lisanne624 said...

I would love to win "Lethal Legacy" by Linda Fairstein and anything by M.C. Beaton. I do love mysteries!

lahlstedt (at) gmail (dot) com

Vicki said...

Amazingly generous giveaway!
Congratulations on 100 reviews!

I'd like to win:
1~ Bo's Cafe by Bill Thrall, Bruce McNichol & John Lynch
2~ Three Cups of Tea by Greg Mortenson & David Oliver Relin
3~ The Girl Who Stopped Swimming by Joshilyn Jackson

Carol said...

Congrats on your 100th review!
Thank you for the giveaway!

The Language of Bees
Lethal Legacy
The Appeal
Bones
Beneath a Marble Sky
First Daughter
Silent on the Moor
Death of a Celebrity
Death of an Addict
Death of a Village

Carol M
mittens0831 AT aol.com

Lisa N. said...

Congrats on reaching 100! This is a great way to celebrate, especially since it means more books for us! I am interested in:
Peter and the Sword of Mercy by Dave Barry & Ridley Pearson
Sizzle and Burn by Jayne Ann Krentz
Son of a Witch by Gregory Maguire
This Christmas by Jane Green, Jennifer Coburn & Liz Ireland

rocket_kay at hotmail dot com

Paula said...

Congratulations! This is a wonderful giveaway. I would love to read Stealing Athena and Prophecy of the Sisters.

pjhess55@hotmail.com

wilowraven said...

Wow - you are the coolest :)
I love YA, Fantasy, Thriller, Mystery and Sci-fi books the best but I read just about anything.

A few books from your list that I would love are *Peter and The Sword of Mercy *Bones and *A Million Little Pieces

Thanks again :)
WilowRaven[at]yahoo[dot]com

Julie said...

WOW-fantastic giveaway! I love cozy mysteries & my choices would be...

Death of a Bore by M.C. Beaton
Death of a Celebrity by M.C. Beaton
Death of an Addict by M.C. Beaton
Death of a Village by M.C. Beaton

Thanks:)
julyso@grandecom DOT net

Misusedinnocence said...

Oh gosh, I want to read so many of these! =)

Mistress Shakespeare
Eat. Pray. Love
Peter and the Sword
The Heretic's Daughter
The Crimes of Paris

are my top five, but I'd be happy to read any. :) This is so cool, thank you so much for doing this!

misusedinnocence@aol.com

bettycd said...

Congrats on reaching your 100th milestone! Here's to the second 100

I like thrillers, mysteries both current and historical settings. I read a wide variety and you have quite a list to choose from.

Bones by Jonathan Kellerman
Women are Crazy, Men are Stupid by Howard J. Morris & Jenny Lee
The Magicians by Lev Grossman

Toystory said...

I like suspense, thrillers, mysteries ~ historical romance too. I like several of your authors here and have chosen these three I'd like to win:
Conflict of Interest - Nancy Taylor Rosenberg, I love it when she reads them too, her voice is "music" to my ears.
First Daughter by Eric Van Lustbader ~ these have a odd "tone" usually but I like them anyway ~~
and lastly Lethal Legacy by Lina Fairstein.

Kat Bryan said...

Congrats on your 100th Review and thanks for the awesome giveaway!

It was hard to choose but I'm going to say -
Prophecy of the Sisters by Michelle Zink
Sizzle and Burn by Jayne Ann Krentz
Sudden Death by Allison Brennan

I generally like suspense, crime stories, paranormal, or romance with a good story behind it.

I have already read The Girl Who Stopped Swimming and The Mighty Queens of Freeville.

tashiana said...

i like realistic fiction usually

i'd like to win
a million little pieces
bookends
into the beautiful north

be prepared for me commenting on ur reviews lol

tashiluvsu(at)live(dot)com

robin_titan said...

Beautiful Creatures by Kami Garcia & Margaret Stohl
Eon:Dragoneye Reborn by Alison Goodman
Prophecy of the Sisters by Michelle Zink

I really want to read those! :)

I prefer Young Adult fiction :) Anything really.

lc_intocable[a]yahoo[d]com

Debbie said...

Wow, what a great collection of books! Really hard to choose, but I love murder mysteries and quirky comedies. If I had to narrow it down to a few, I'd choose Miracles (CS Lewis), Red Sea (Emily Benedek) and Sudden Death (Allison Brennan)

Esme said...

Thanks for this giveaway:

my choices would be:

The Weight of a Mustard Seed, The Heretic's Daughter and The Hotel at the Corner of Bitter and Sweet.

thank you,

chocolateandcroissants at yahoo dot com

Emma said...

Congratulations on your 100th review! Three books that I'd like are: "This Christmas" by Jane Green, Jennifer Coburn & Liz Ireland; "The Christmas Shoes" by Donna Van Liere; and "Into the Beautiful North" by Luis Alberto Urrea. Thanks for having such a great giveaway. augustlily06(at)aim(dot)com. Have a great weekend!

Danielle a.k.a Yellie said...

I would love to have Eat Pray Love by Elizabeth Gilbert, Once Was Lost by Sara Zarr, etc. I really like several genres, such as suspense thrillers, mysteries, christianity, etc.

Thank you so much for the opportunity to win some really awesome books!

danielle78@comcast.net

WhatBriReads said...

Congrats on 100 reviews!

My choices would be:
Beautiful Creatures by Kami Garcia and Margaret Stohl
Prophecy of the Sisters by Michelle Zink
Once Was Lost by Sara Zarr

I'll read pretty much anything, but prefer Young Adult.

-Briana

Bianca said...

Great, great giveaway!

My top three choices include: Once Was Lost, The Girl Who Stopped Swimming, and Prophecy of the Sisters.

I like YA books or books that have somewhat of a YA feel to it, romance books, memoirs..

Thanks!

--Bianca
infinitemusic19 at gmail dot com

Allison said...

Congrats on 100 reviews! This is a crazy list of books :)

My top 3 would be:
Beautiful Creatures by Kami Garcia & Margaret Stohl
Once Was Lost by Sarah Zarr
Possible Side Effects by Augusten Burroughs

I love YA books and Memoirs.
Thanks for hosting this :)

-Allison
love-adelaide(at)live(dot)com

katie said...

Wow what an amazing contest. I would love to be entered! I am a new follower. My top three choices would have to be:
Beautiful Creatures by Kami Garcia and Margi Stohl
Eon: Dragoneye Reborn by Alison Goodman
Prophecy of the Sisters by Michelle Zink

Thanks for the awesome giveaway!

Tasha said...

This is a great giveaway! Thanks so much. It's so hard to pick a favorite genre. I'll pretty much read anything. My favorites seem to include YA, contemporary fiction, and fantasy.

My three picks are:

Beautiful Creatures - Kami Garcia & Margaret Stohl
Once Was Lost - Sara Zarr
American Wife - Curtis Sittenfeld

virtuallynever(at)gmail(dot)com

abookinhand said...

Wow...what a great giveaway!!! The truth is I'll read anything so I leave it up to you. :) Thanks!!

A Buckeye Girl Reads said...

What a great contest-I tweeted this so more people can find out about it. :) Good luck with it.

Melanie said...

Beautiful Creatures and The Kite Runner are a couple of books that I'd like to win. I definitely have a soft spot for historical fiction. Thanks for a great giveaway!

melanies--musings@live.com

Bob Carels said...

Books of interest are City of Shadows by Ariana Franklin
First Daughter by Eric Van Lustbader
Gods Behaving Badly by Marie Phillips
Hotel at the Corner of Bitter and Sweet by Jamie Ford
Lethal Legacy by Linda Fairstein
But any are welcome as I run a library in a retirement comunity that relies on donations of books and cash to keep our shelves current. Thanks, Bob Carels carelsrb@yahoo.com http://www.hhhinfo.com/

Jennifer said...

I wouldn't say I have a favorite genre. I'll read anything that sounds interesting to me or has been recommended by friends.

I think the following sound interesting, but feel free to surprise me!

*Gods Behaving Badly
*Hotel at the Corner of Bitter and Sweet
*Songs for the Missing

Thanks for offering this great giveaway!

SnjDebdeb said...

Gods Behaving Badly
The Heretic's Daughter
The Language of Bees
sound good! What an awesome idea this was! You are such a generous person!!

lollypop917 said...

Congrats on your 100th review!

Beneath a Marble Sky
Eon: The Dragoneye Reborn
Lord John and the Private Matter

I tend to lean towards fantasy and historical fiction but enjoy a good romance too. You have a great list of books and many of them sound wonderful. Thank you for hosting a great giveaway.

lroeback(at)yahoo.com

Marie said...

Three I'd love to win:
The Magicians
Darling Jim
The Kite Runner :-)

my email is bibliophile at bostonbibliophile dot com.

congrats on your 100th review!

Vasilly said...

What a generous giveaway! My three picks:

The Magicians - Lev Grossman
The Language of Bees - Laurie R. King
Etta - Gerald Kolpan

piper oliver avram (AT) yahoo (DOT) com

lilly said...

I would love to take my chances at this giveaway!
I'm a completely eclectic reader and will read anything and everything.

lillyswistek@gmail.com

Ali said...

I'd love to win the Sara Zarr book, or Michael Cunningham's The Hours. Thanks! Worducopia at gmail dot com.

ChristyJan said...

Happy 100 Reviews!

Everything in your list sounds wonderful ~ especially The Seducer by Madeline Hunter; This Christmas by Jane Green, Jennifer Coburn & Liz Ireland and Creepers by Joanne Dahme. I don't really have a "favorite" genre . . . I just LOVE to read!

hawkes(at)citlink.net

~Mary said...

WOW! What a GREAT giveaway! So many amazing books! Please enter me!

The Gifted Gabaldon Sisters by Lorraine Lopez
The Longest Trip Home by John Grogan

Marydebastos@yahoo.com

Thanks!!

Tina said...

Whoa! 100 reviews---that is Fantastic!
If I were fortunate to win, I'd prefer

any of the M.C. Beaton books
Farewell the Tranquil Hour - Delderfield
Gods Behaving Badly

Thanks for the contest.
tbranco (at) hughes (dot)net

adriennelizbth08 said...

Wow amazing contest, thanks so much! The book I want the most is Once Was Lost by Sara Zarr. I read mainly YA fiction, fantasy, and romance.
adrienne2093(at)comcast(dot)net

Beth said...

Congratulations!
Hotel at the Corner of Bitter and Sweet, Into the Beautiful North, Smart Girls Marry Money.
Awesome giveaway
pbclark(at)netins(dot)net

Lee said...

Thank you for this awesome giveaway! I'd like to read them all, but my three choices are
-Bookends by Jane Green
-Eat Pray Love by Elizabeth Gilbert
-The Gates of Hell by Paul Doherty

I read all types of books, but my favorite genre is mystery, fantasy and any type of romance book.
Again, Thanks for this generous giveaway

chinook92(at)gmail(dot)com

Nickolay said...

I really like suspense and mystery books. A couple of the books on the list that sound good are

The Devil's Kiss by Sarwat Chadda
The Gargoyle by Andrew Davidson
The Gates of Hell by Paul Doherty
Son of a Witch by Gregory Maguire
Death of a Village by M.C. Beaton


jason(at)allworldautomotive(dot)com

JenniferB said...

wow-wonderful giveaway- I would like to read
The weight of a mustard seed by Wendell Steavenson
The language of bees by Laurie R King
The Appeal by John Grisham

thanks for the chance to win

Sheila DeChantal said...

The Weight of a Mustard Seed by Wendell Steavenson

The Appeal by John Grisham

The Girl Who Stopped Swimming by Joshilyn Jackson

Thanks for the offer :)

DCMetroreader said...

Very impressive list. Please enter me.

Thanks for the giveaway!
kimspam66(at)yahoo(dot)com

Margay said...

Beautiful Creatures
Hotel at the Corner of Bitter and Sweet
and either Gods Behaving Badly or Silent on the Moor

My favorite genres are romance, YA and (some) paranormal.

Margay

Margay said...

Sorry, forget email:

Margay1122 (at) aol (dot) com

Marie Burton said...

Helping out on the Progressibve giveaway, please enter me, I would love to win these books:

Mistress Shakespeare by Karen Harper

The Heretic's Daughter by Kathleen Kent

The King's Grace by Anne Easter Smith

marieburton2004 at yahoo dot com
Thanks for the chance!
Marie of The Burton Review

Debs Desk said...

What a great group of books. I would love to be inlcuded in your giveaway. Some of the books that I would love to win are: Hotel at the Corner os Bitter and Sweet, Into the Beautiful North, Prophecy of Sisters or The Crimes of Paris. I love all genres.
Thanks
Debbie
debdesk9(at)verizon.net

BUSY BEE said...

Love the giveaway!! I would love to win some great books. I love historical fiction the best but I love to read everything.

Mistress Shakespeare by Karen Harper Gods Behaving Badly by Marie Phillips
Hotel at the Corner of Bitter and Sweet by Jamie Ford all look good.

Thanks so much

bysb100 at gmail dot com

Lady Roxi said...

Love to have this. I have been wanting to read Three Cups of Tea and THe Heretics Daughter. I enjoy urban fantasy, historical fiction and autobiographies.

Thanks,

darkfyre1(at)gmail(dot)com

booklover1335 said...

Hi,
I would love to win
1. Lord John and the Private Matter by Diana Gabaldon
2. The Seducer by Madeline Hunter
3. Born in Death by JD Robb

I mostly like to read romance, so would like anything in this genre. Thanks and congrats on 200 reviews!!!

cldivine@yahooDOTcom

jezebelsk said...

Wow! What a list of books! I'll be keeping my fingers crossed!

Llehn said...

I would love to win

1. Beautiful Creatures
2. Prophecy Sisters
3. Eon : Dragoneye Reborn.

I love urban fantasy / fantasy.

Thanks.

lesly7ch(at)yahoo(dot)com

wheresmyrain said...

I really truly madly deeply want to read "Into the Beautiful NOrth"
other two tempting tomes are
The Heretics Daughter
Hotel at the Corner of Bitter and Sweet

my favorite genre is fiction.
all the titles look good though. what a genrous contest

wheresmyrain at yahoo dot com

Valerie said...

WOW!
I like mystery/thriller. I noticed you had Born in Death on there (but I already own it). I'm not picky with books. Except I already own The Girl Who Stopped Swimming too.

1) Bones by Jonathan Kellerman
2) Women are Crazy, Men are Stupid by Howard J. Morris & Jenny Lee
3) Farewell the Tranquil Mind by R.F. Delderfield

KawaiiNeko2008 at aol dot com

Searcher said...

A book lovers dream...I would love to enter and the three books that I am most interested in would be-

1.City of Shadows by Ariana Franklin
2.Born in Death by J.D. Robb
3.The Crimes of Paris by Dorothy & Thomas Hoobler

Never sure if you can access blogger e-mail so here is another..
LooseEnds At Snet Dot Net

Mishel said...

Wow, this is such a generous giveaway! You're pretty much awesome =)

Some of the books that definitely caught my eye are:

-Beautiful Creatures
-Prophecy of the Sisters
-Silent on the Moor
-The Gargoyle

Thanks so much!!

mishtakes AT gmail DOT com

Beverly said...

Wonderful contest

A Quiet Flame - Phillip Kerr
The Gargoyle - Andrew Davidson
The White Mary - Kira Salak

My fav genre is historical fiction

beachlover20855[AT]yahoo[DOT]com

Nicole said...

Gods Behaving Badly by Marie Phillips
Son of a Witch by Gregory Maguire
(I read Wicked and really want to read this sequel.)


I like a wide variety of books. Chicklit, paranormal romance and nonfiction business books are my favorites.

barbara said...

Wow - what great books! I recognize a lot of the names because I love the authors - Grisham, Nancy Taylor Rosenberg...
but of course I've already read all of their books. Here's a few that sound good to me - either because they're suspense or what I read about them on Amazon.com sounds good

Peter and the Sword of Mercy by Dave Barry & Ridley Pearson
Bones by Jonathan Kellerman
The Christmas Shoes by Donna Van Liere
The Seducer by Madeline Hunter
Sudden Death

* * * * * * * * *
The absolute only book I would NOT want is Son of a Witch by Gregory Maguire. I HATED Wicked. I can't imagine why anyone would have made a musical of that weird book! But if I won, anything I wouldn't like, my mother or sister would so I'd be happy with almost anything.

natryder said...

Always ready for some more books! Pick me pick me! =)

Anonymous said...

congratulations!! and thanks for the great giveaway!
the three i would choose are
Gods behaving badly
language of the bees
American Wife

I like historical fiction, mysteries, literary fiction as well as others
deefna at gmail dot com

Ronda said...

Wow! What a FANTASTIC giveaway! There just isn't any book I wouldn't love to have (well, almost any). I prefer fiction, romance, romantic comedy, lusty romance, lusty romantic comedy, mystery, lusty romantic comdedy mystery, uh... get the idea? Just about ANY book and I'll be 'thriled to the gills' to win!!!

rlitex@gmail.com

or

rlitex@yahoo.com

or

jlitex@swbell.net

See? I really am a greedy gut when it comes to books. LOL

Healthy Happy!

js22 said...

Bookends by Jane Green
Peter and the Sword of Mercy by Dave Barry & Ridley Pearson
Lethal Legacy by Linda Fairstein

I like chick lit, mysteries, suspense, thrillers, serial killers.

I do not like non-fiction, science fiction,JD Robb.

Thanks for the giveaway!

email in blogger profile.

Ann-Kat (Today, I Read...) said...

First: Congratulations on your hundredth review!! That's on my current goal list. :D

Second: This giveaway idea is AWESOME.

Now, for the actual entry details:
Books I'd really love to receive:
1. The Gargoyle by Andrew Davidson
2. The Monstrumologist by Rick Yancey
3. The Girl Who Stopped Swimming by Joshilyn Jackson

My preferred genres:
I'm a flexible, almost anything goes kind of girl, but I have a soft spot for YA literature, supernatural/preternatural, and horror.

If it has monsters, ghosts, goblins, faeries, vampires, zombies, or werewolves, then I'm game. :D

(I also enjoy the occasional comedic romance too.)

My email: todayiread[at]gmail.com

Thanks for hosting this giveaway.

CoyoteKate said...

Great contest. I would enjoying any of the books. I spend a lot of time by the pool reading in the summer.
Surprise me on the titles if I am a lucky winner.

ArizonaKate@verizon.net

Duffer said...

My choices are:
Eon:Dragoneye Reborn by Alison Goodman
The Appeal by John Grisham
The Devil's Kiss by Sarwat Chadda
However, I'll take potluck.

Anonymous said...

Oh MY!! What a WONDERFUL selection to choose from.
I think I would enjoy
Peter and the Sword of Mercy by Dave Barry & Ridley Pearson
Bones by Jonathan Kellerman
The Christmas Shoes by Donna Van Liere
The Seducer by Madeline Hunter
Sudden Death
Bookends by Jane Green
Conflict of Interest by Nancy Taylor Rosenberg
Maybe I should have just listed ALL of your choices!! They all sound great and I'd love to win!

May Schultz
may041827@yahoo.com

ann marie said...

Thanks for the great giveaway and also for making your 100th reviews. Here are my three books:
The Gargoyle by Andrew Davidson
The Girl Who Stopped Swimming by Joshilyn Jackson
Bones by Jonathan Kellerman

annmariebro(at)hotmail(dot)com

Carrie K. said...

I'd love to win Eon for my son or Mistress Shakespeare for myself. I love historical fiction, literary fiction, women's fiction, and YA fiction. :)

nnjmom at yahoo dot com

Thanks so much for the generous giveaway!

Ashlyn Harper said...

Congrats on your 100th review! And thanks for your generosity.

I'd love to win:

Three Cups of Tea by Greg Mortenson & David Oliver Relin
The Gargoyle by Andrew Davidson
The Kite Runner by Khalid Houssini

I enjoy reading mysteries, romance, paranormal, suspense/thrillers but am not too picky.

Thanks,
Ashlyn Harper
ashlynharper [at] hotmail [dot] com

Spencer said...

Congratulations on 100 Reviews!

It is folks like yourself that make the literary community so great. So generous.

IF there's still room for an entry I wouldn't mind taking part. Ideal genre is Literary Fiction, Historical Fiction

American Rust
The Unnamed
Possible Side Effects

scushing@gmail.com

THANK YOU!

Cheryl said...

What a wonderful way to promote reading! Thank you!

scarpettajunkie said...

I am up for whatever 10 books you want to send me. It does not look like my chances are good with all the other posts, but I'll be the eternal optimist.

Jemima said...

Three Cups of Tea by Greg Mortenson & David Oliver Relin

The Heretic's Daughter by Kathleen Kent

Bookends by Jane Green

My current fav genre is Historical Fiction.

Thanks,
thereadingjourney[at]gmail[dot]com

Susie Sharp Librarian said...

Wow you are very generous!And Congrats on your 100th Review I just hit 100 posts on my blog but not all are reviews.I like Historical Fiction-Fantasy-YA.
The Three I'd Like are:
Lord John & the Private Matter
God's Behaving Badly
The Heretics Daughter

The Book Explorer said...

I would love to win

Beautiful Creatures
The Devil's Kiss

~Shayla

PrincessShayla@gmail.com

Marie said...

Thank you for the chance to win some great literature!

(In no particular order...)
American Wife by Curtis Sittenfeld
Gods Behaving Badly by Marie Phillips
Son of a Witch by Gregory Maguire


mariehess@msn.com

sherri said...

I would love to win:

This Christmas by Jane Green, Jennifer Coburn & Liz Ireland



Whom the Gods Love by Kate Ross
Women are Crazy, Men are Stupid by Howard J. Morris & Jenny Lee

Great giveaway!
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