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Welcome to the

BEST OF 2015 GIVEAWAY HOP

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This hop officially starts Friday, December 11 at 9am, Eastern.

There are many blogs participating in this hop, so be sure to stop by each and enter to win!  Each has their own entry rules and geographic limits, so be sure to read the rules for each one.
 This hop is hosted by BookHounds and IamAReader
HERE IS WHAT I HAVE FOR ONE LUCKY WINNER

and . . .

crow reading book

 A really cute silver Raven Reading a Book necklace ( about 16 ” long) that glows in the dark.  The book is an ARC and one of my favorites from this year. The story telling is very captivating and I devoured this in one sitting.  A little darker and naughtier than Maas’s young adult series but wonderfully written.  Oh, and it has FAERIES!

Be sure to check out the giveaway on  my YA  Blog HERE

Ends  12/18/15
Open only to those who can legally enter
Open to anyone with a US mailing address
Winning Entry will be verified prior to prize being awarded. No purchase necessary.
You must be 18 or older to enter .
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Giveaway was organized by BookHounds and sponsored by me.

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Comments

  1. Linda Townsend says

    I’ll go with my favorite series because I can’t pick one book out of the series… The Tairen Soul series by C.L. Wilson. For those who epic fantasies, it’s a pièce de résistance!!!!! One caveat: The series must be read in order. It follows one couple and the story builds from book to book. If anyone tried to jump into it in the middle, they’d be totally lost and frustrated.

  2. Carol L says

    I’ve read so many books and they were all such great reads I can’t say there was one favorite.But Son of Noone by Sherrilyn Kenyon is right up there.Thanks for the great giveaway chance.
    Carol L

  3. Joan says

    I read a lot of great books this year, but my favorite would have to be Burn for Me by Ilona Andrews. It was such a fun read! Thank you for the giveaway!

  4. BerkeleyHapa says

    Too hard to pick just one! The Kate Daniel series by Ilona Andrews is a favorite, as is the new one by V.E. Schwab.

  5. Betty W says

    My favorite is The Ploughmen by Kim Zupan. It is so well written that it’s a pleasure to read it.

  6. Tiffany Johnson says

    I just discovered Sarah J Maas this year and I have to say Crown of Midnight was my absolute fav read this year

  7. Kara S says

    Definitely A Little Life — all the hype is spot-on! 🙂 Thanks for offering this sweet prize package. Cheers, Kara S

  8. Beverly S. says

    I have read spool many good books this year. Some of my favorites were: Circling The Sun by Paula McClain, The House We Grew Up In by Lisa Jewell, and Nightingale by Kristin Hannah. Happy holidays!

  9. Cindy Jameson says

    I read from almost all genres so it is difficult to pick just one. I also have read some really great books this year by some Indie authors. I did particularly enjoy readung “A Curious Beginning” by Deanna Raybourn, this year.

  10. BookAttict says

    My fave of 2015 is a tie between Cast in Honor by Michelle Sagara and Magic Shifts by Ilona Andrews.

  11. Sunnymay says

    Mistletoe and Mr. Right by Lyla Payne was sparkling with sweet thoughts and hugs. I could feel the snow even though we’re having a mild winter now.

  12. Tanya Guthrie says

    I’ve read a lot of great books this year, Six of Crows, Confess, Burned by Karen Marie Moning.

  13. Kanoko says

    I don’t really do favourite book, but standouts for me include Emma Chase’s Sustained and Pamela Clare’s Seduction Game.

  14. Shannon says

    I loved Finding Master Right and Playing Hard to Master from the Masters Unleashed series by Sparrow Beckett.

  15. sarah s says

    I’ve had a few favorites, two of them are The Orphan Queen by Jodi Meadows and a reread of Poison Study by Maria V. Snyder.

  16. Barbara Elness says

    That’s a hard one, I’ve enjoyed quite a few great books this year. I’ll go with Clean Sweep by Ilona Andrews (and Sweep in Peace as well).