Saturday, 6 June 2015

Jumping Genres in June Giveaway Hop - Amazon Gift Card or Paypal Cash


Jumping Genres in June Giveaway Hop
June 6th - 20th

Hosted by Stuck in Books

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 $10 Amazon Gift Card or Paypal Cash.
Ends June 20th (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.

Enter the giveaway and then hop on to the next one.
Thanks and good luck to everyone!

36 comments:

  1. I'd choose "The Name of the Wind" by Patrick Rothfuss! I hate fantasy, but this one was so good I finished it in 2 days (and it's loooong, like 900 pages!)!

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  2. NA ...because this is not really my fave genre...
    thx u for hosting :)

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  3. One of Penn Gillette's autobiographical books.

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  4. Thanks for the giveaway! I can't get into any historical fiction. :/

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  5. I don't read a lot of memoirs, but I'd recommend Letters From An Adult Child by Louie Anderson. Great book.

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  6. I don't read Steampunk, but if I did I would try Kiss of Steel by Bec McMaster.

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  7. I would like to try a steampunk book because it is so popular these days.

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  8. The Shining by Stephen King.

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  9. I don't really know, because I switch genres depending on my mood.

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  10. I dont read paranormal books so i will recommend some paranormal books

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  11. I would recommend Twist Me by Anna Zaires. It is the only book from the genre Dark Romance that I enjoyed.

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  12. i dont read or i dont like a lot of genres, one of them is contemporary i have only read two contemporary books so far the first one was the fault in our stars and if i stay.. i also dont like erotica, or romance books and i dont read historical fiction/romance. paranormal books it depends.. but i usually dont read books about witches or magic or werewolf or vampires that kind of stuff.. my favorite genre is post apocalyptic/survival books.. i may sometimes read books that are consider historical fiction but i dont know im reading it bc i never never know the genre of a books im reading.. for ex: im currently reading crown of midnight i think its fantasy and maybe also historical fiction bc the book is set in a histical period.. i dont know.. i often dont read historical fiction bc im afraid the language will be to hard for me and boring and i wont understand it and i will be confused bc my main language is not english..

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  13. I don't often read comedy but I liked The Book of Awesome.

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  14. It would be in the historical romance, Jane Eyre. It's one of my fav books but i dont read much in that category.

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  15. Maybe Lauren Kate: Teardrop

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  16. I don't read true stories. I would rather watch them on TV.

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  17. I haven't read many fairytale retellings, but I liked Beastly by Alex Flynn.

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  18. I don't often read historical fiction, but I would definitely recommend The Book Thief by Markus Zusak. (:

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  19. Smoke and Bone, thanks for the giveaway!

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  20. My go-to genre is Chicklit or Romance. But I love Harry Potter so I'd love to jump for that.

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  21. I don't read erotica so maybe I'd feature the fifty shades trilogy. Thank you for the giveaway :)

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  22. Demon in my View by Amelia Atwater-Rhodes, YA, i dont read it much anymore

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  23. I would have to say It by Stephen King, because I rarely read horror fiction. It gives me too many nightmares.

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  24. I'd probably pick historical romance. It's not my go-to genre, but sometimes I'm really surprised by the quality of the writing I find there.

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  25. dystopian, I have yet to read one that didn't bore me

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  26. The Traitor's Wife, I don't usually read historical fiction

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  27. the diary of a young girl although I usually don't read autobiographies

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  28. nice q, I thin political memoirs.

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  29. Math books/ The Math Gene by Keith Devlin

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  30. horror but a soft one because it's really not my genre ( and i don't have a specific title in mind)

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  31. Revival by Steven King. When I want to read an horror book but not very often I always go to King.

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  32. I normally do not read alot of nonfiction, but had to read Finding Me: A Decade of Darkness, a Life Reclaimed: a Memoir of the Cleveland Kidnappings! Just broke my heart reading it!

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  33. I don't read a lot of nonfiction, but The Quartet by Joseph Ellis is very interesting.

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  34. steam punk i guess maybe kiss of steel.

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  35. can the winner choose the amazon gift card for the amazon.ca site because the cost of shipping is cheaper if live in canada

    for the amazon.ca site. and thanks for the chance..

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  36. I do not read a lot of fantasy, but the Harry Potter series was good.

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