Friday, 20 March 2015

Spring Cleaning Giveaway Hop - Paperback Book Bundle


Spring Cleaning Giveaway Hop
March 20th - 25th 

Hosted by I Am A Reader 

Several blogs are taking part, so there's lots of amazing gifts to be won. Check out the rules of the other blogs. I will contact the winner via email within 5 days following the end of the contest. Winner will also be announced on this page.

***Giveaway***

My giveaway is for a paperback Book Bundle of the books listed below.
Ends March 25th (midnight GMT).
International.

Contest is void where prohibited. Entrants must be 13 or else have parent or guardian’s permission to enter. Winners will be notified via email and will have 48 hours to respond or another winner will be selected. The winner will be posted on this page after the winner responds. Winning entries will be verified for authenticity. 

Book Bundle



Winner will receive all books listed above.
Enter the giveaway and then hop on to the next one. 
Thanks and good luck to everyone!

 

42 comments:

  1. I think it would been Eragon by Christopher Paolini, because I'm not a fan of fantasy books :P

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  2. oh gosh!! Getting rid of any books on my bookshelf is really quite traumatic! If they're on my shelf it's because I love the book..twisting my arms and breaking them to boot I might just survive losing my Shakespeare anthology simply because I have it on my kindle and it's much easier to read and it weighs a heck of a sight less than the physical book!

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  3. Book 1 in the Vampire Diaries series, I read it and hated it so much, the characters are shallow and so is the story.

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  4. I really dont know all the books on my shelves are books that I seriously love I guess I would get rid of Sweet Evil by Wendy Higgins because I have two copies.

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  5. I have a couple of biographies (in Dutch) which I will never read again, I already gave two of them as a gift to a friend

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  6. It would be my old Polish version of Easy by Tammara Webber because I received a new copy (also Polish translation) signed by the author herself <3 I guess my old one could get a second life, I need to find the right person to gif it to :) But it would be really hard for me to give away any of my other books.

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  7. I think it would be 10:04 by Ben Lerner because I'm not even interested in it.

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  8. I don't give things away. I can probably buy a gift for someone rathar than give something of mine because I love my books and I treasure them. The only way I'm giving a book away is if I have an extra copy or if I didn't like it... :/ Thanks for the great giveaway!

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  9. I don't think I can answer that question. If it is on my bookshelf, I want to keep it, because I loved it. I have a deep passion for my books!!!

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  10. I am not good at getting rid of books.or giving them away :(
    Megan @ reading away the days

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  11. I really am that kind of person who doesn't get rid of books, may it be old or a book that I don't like but if I have to choose one then that would be The Kissing Booth by Beth Reekles. Sad to say, I regretted buying that book...I should have bought something good but that. It was written by a 17 year old girl so I should have known that it will still be 'not that good' but I gave it a shot. And here I am. Wanting to give the book to someone who can relate and appreciate the book. BUT. I can't. >.<

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  12. Probably the first Gail Carriger book - not because it's bad, but because so many others seem to like it! So maybe it should go sit on the shelf of someone who appreciates it. :)

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  13. I'm not gonna get rid of my books. They're my babies

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  14. Mari theresa Santos21 March 2015 at 08:06

    Nothing .. Love my books

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  15. Getting rid of my books. I don't know If I can do it to my books. Even If there are some books I may not like I don't have the heart to get rid of any of them.

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  16. I would get rid of all my james Patterson books because I now loath him.

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  17. I really wouldn't want to, but if I HAD to, I'd probably give away one of my national geographic almanacs

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  18. This is a hard one but a copy of the Wise Woman by Philippa Gregory, it's been on my TBR pile the longest!

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  19. The whole Maze Runner series because it was a fun one-time read, but I wouldn't read it again!

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  20. I only keep the very best of what I've read and give away the rest through BookMooch, so I've got many books on my shelves just waiting to be read and given away. And two full boxes of already read books that are just waiting for me to have a bit more spare money so they can go to new homes:) Why clutter my shelves with books I'll never re-read again when there are people who want to read them? And I need the space for new books:)

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  21. https://mobile.twitter.com/Kulmona/status/579658142264463361

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  22. There is nothing specific but I try to give away books as soon as I'm finished with them. Mostly, the heavy hardcovers are usually on top of my list.

    Thanks :)

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  23. Otherkin by Nina Berry. I didn't like this book as much as I expected to and cover is not also something special. Why keep books when I don't like them at all?

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  24. I would give away my copy of Angel: Maximum Ride by James Patterson. I didn't enjoy it and don't plan to reread it.

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  25. I'm not sure...I love all of my books! I'd probably choose a cheesy romance I have that isn't really my style though. Thanks!

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  26. Alisha Sienkiel23 March 2015 at 03:14

    There are probably a bunch of books I should clear out. One book that I can think of offhand is my chemistry textbook that is out of date so I can't sell it.

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  27. Well I've already gotten rid of most of the ones that I don't like.... but there's this one called Fake Science. My sister handed it to me in a book store and I flipped through it and bought it without paying attention. Apparently it's literally fake science. I'm worried if I realise it, I will confuse the fake "facts" with the real ones! Thanks for the giveaway! :D

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  28. I have a few romances I'd get rid of.

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  29. I would hate to get get rid of any of my books..but if I had to, I think it would be child 44 but only because its falling to pieces and I'd buy another copy!

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  30. Definitely True Love by Jennifer Lopez

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  31. some of the oldest one....really i dont know, maybe some on love advice....lol
    thanks!

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  32. I have a book called Water Wars that I won and it was a horrible book, I cannot believe I wasted my time reading it!

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  33. I think Marked by P.C, and Kristin Cast. I found the protagonist boring, and the plot predictable.

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  34. Lailah by Nikki Kelly. So much potential, so much waste. It was my first read in 2015 and it sucks that I have to give it 2 stars.

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  35. Probably some volumes of the *Serenity* GN series. I have no intention of reading them again.

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  36. I've cleaned my shelves already. I got rid of most my Dutch books as I don't enjoy reading in Dutch anymore. So I gave them all away to my aunt and neighbor :D

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  37. Like the Flowing River by Paulo Coelho because I got two copies.

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  38. If I had to I guess I would give away VC Andrews books as these are from another time for me. However, parting with books is quite difficult for me.

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  39. Thanks for the great giveaway!
    It would be only those books of which I have more than one copy, I really like and value all of my books!

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  40. If I had to pick I would get rid of Maze Runner by James Dashner because I didn't really like that book and I am not continuing on in that series.

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  41. none so far ! it's really hard to get rid of books

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  42. I think I have some Middle grade books that I want to get rid of because I'm way past that age and don't need them anymore haha thank you for this amazing chance! :)

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