#Win a Paperback Book Of Your Choice!

I was lucky enough to win twice in a competition on my friend Rachel’s blog RachelsRandomReads so we have decided it would nice to donate this particular prize to one of our followers. The giveaway is for ONE paperback of your choice up to the value of £10 .. so long as you are in a country Book Depository delivers to. Please enter via the form, the winner will be verified before notification so ensure you complete the sections carefully. . this will end at 23:59 on 21st October. The winner will be notified by email and have 7 days to claim the prize or it will be forfeited and redrawn. Good luck to all xx

#Win a Paperback Book Of Your Choice!


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78 thoughts on “#Win a Paperback Book Of Your Choice!

  1. Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn – I still haven’t got around to buying it, let alone reading it!

  2. I’d love to read David Mitchell: Back Story, love a biography from time to time

  3. In a Manhattan minute looks like my kind of read. Just finishing a book so would be great to have a new book to read

  4. Anything by Kate Mosse, I’m yet to read The Taxidermists Daughter

  5. I’d absolutely love a copy of Harry Potter and the Cursed Child for when I go on my Army deployment over Christmas!

  6. I would love to win The Girl On The Train. Thank you for the chance xx

  7. I’d love to read Margaret Atwood’s “The Penelopiad : The Myth of Penelope and Odysseus” if I was lucky enough to win.

  8. The Taxidermist’s Daughter by Kate Mosse – been wanting to read this for ages.

  9. The Silver Eyes by Scott Cawthon and Kira Breed-Wrisley (please don’t judge me!)

  10. I would like to have The Vegetarian by Han Kang. #fingerscrossed

  11. There’s so many new books out I need, I can’t keep up with them!! Top of my list though is the new Jenny Blackhurst book – Before I let you in. Can’t wait to read this! 😊

  12. Would love The Gloriumptious Worlds of Roald Dahl to introduce my 4 year old son to the wonderful world of Roald Dahl and revisit it myself.

  13. Any historical fiction by Michael Jecks, Conn Iggulden, Susanna Gregory, C J Sansom or Lindsay Davis and others 😀

  14. I will literally read any fiction but I would choose Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children.

  15. I enjoy variety of books, when I have read them I know many elderly people that also enjoy reading. I pass the books onto a friend, she reads them and pass on to her friends in the elderly home and many get to enjoy the books, makes lots very happy

  16. I’d really like to read Never Alone by Elizabeth Haynes. Thank you for a lovely and generous giveaway.

  17. The storyteller by Jodie picoult, the only one of hers I’ve not read yet!

  18. I’ve seen ‘Pharoah’ by Wilbur Smith advertised and it’s right up my alley!

  19. Already pre-ordered book 4 of the tainted accords (fantasy of freedom) by Kelly St Clare. Cant wait for it as the first 3 have been amazing.

  20. What a lovely thing to do. So many to choose from. Hard to choose between We were on a break by Lindsey kelk and Miracle on 5th avenue by Sarah Morgan. Lx

  21. I really want to read “The Girl On The Train” I think I am behind the times because I only recently heard of this book

  22. Robert Harris – Conclave

    I read the blurb in Waterstones yesterday and it is definitely number one on my must read list.

  23. I haven’t read The Girl on the Train yet, so want to read that before I see the film.

  24. The Blood Mirror by Brent Weeks – the fourth volume in his Lightbringer epic fantasy series :o)

  25. My most wanted is Blackout by Ragnar Jonasson. I’ve read and really enjoyed the first two and I want to catch up with Ari Thor!

  26. Tana French’s latest crime thriller ‘The Trespasser’ due out this month! Love her work.

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