6.01.2009

The Post About $25 Barnes & Noble Giveaway

I love a good read. Especially if you pair it with a warm day and no laundry taunting you from the other room. In three weeks, I'll get my life back for a short season and I'm looking for books to add to my wishlist. But don't think about what I might like, suggest your favorites and I'm sure I'll find a few to hunker down with...

I'll reward one random rabbit chaser with a $25 gift card to
Barnes & Noble which you can use online or at a store near you! And if you don't read, think of it as a great wedding, graduation, or father's day gift...


How To Enter
Leave a comment sharing a book you really love.

**2 Extra Credit Entries**
The following will give you extra entries in the giveaway. Please make sure to leave a separate comment for each thing you do!


1. Become a Follower of Jamie's Rabbits


2. Follow on Twitter

(if you already follow on Twitter or Jamie's Rabbits - leave a comment for each letting me know!)

Important Details: Must enter before 11:59pm CST on Tuesday, June 9 to qualify. Winner will be chosen randomly using Research Randomizer on Wednesday, June 10. Obviously, anonymous folks can't win unless they leave a name in the comment. This is just a friendly contest so I reserve the right to make any changes that keep me peachy and rosy. I'm not a paid spokesperson for Barnes & Noble although I'd like to be.

{image: Jamie}
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Don't Fret Note: I'm working on the glitch about comments over 200. Don't worry...you can see them in the sidebar AND you can view them here. You're still in it to win it!

244 comments:

  1. I love the twilight series. I am obsessed! amsbolda@hotmail.com

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  2. I follow. amsbolda@hotmail.com

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  3. I follow on twitter. 1amypugmire. amsbolda@hotmail.com

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  4. I love Nicholson Baker and would recommend "Vox." Thanks! twomakesfour at gmail dot com

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  5. I followed - i.gorosabel at gmail dot com.

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  6. "The Way Things Ought to Be." Rush Limbaugh. All seriousness. One of the most eloquent non-religious arguments for the Pro-Life movement I have read. And his suggestion for an All PMS brigade of Marines is one of the best ideas ever.

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  7. anything by ann rule i love true crime

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  8. One of the best books I've read in a long time is "The Book of Bright Ideas" by Sandra Kring. I highly recommend it to everyone.

    Mary
    mamie316@sbcglobal.net

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  9. I absolutely love the Joe Pitt series by Charlie Huston! He is one of my most favorite writers! The books consist of Already Dead and No Dominion. Great books!

    orchestratenoise0726[at]yahoo[dot]com

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  10. One book?!? Seriously? I'm leaving three :o) I just finished Willow by Julia Hoban, it's YA, but it's really really great, even for adults. One that's about to drop (7.7.09) that I'm in love with is Eyes Like Stars by Lisa Mantchev... keep your eyes open for this one! And I love The Morganville Vampires series by Rachel Caine.

    iheartmonster{at}iheartmonster{dot}com

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  11. I follow you on twitter (@iheartmonster)

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  12. I love the Dan Brown Novels - especially Angels and Demons.

    jennifercausby at hotmail dot com

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  13. I became a follower.

    Jennifer


    jennifercausby at hotmail dot com

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  14. I loved reading Stone Creek by Victoria Lustbader. Story and characters were amazing.
    Lisa
    mistyfuji (at) yahoo (dot) com

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  15. I'm a follower of your blog. :-)
    Lisa
    mistyfuji (at) yahoo (dot) com

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  16. I follow you on Twitter, too. :-)
    Lisa
    mistyfuji (at) yahoo (dot) com

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  17. My favorite novel is "Marjorie Morningstar" by Herman Wouk. It's the only book that calls to me to be reread....

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  18. And I just followed you (I think! Let me know if it didn't work).

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  19. I recommend anything by Orson Scott Card, but particularly Ender's Game. Amazing novel.

    danunepthys(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  20. Part of me thinks I really shouldn't have to suggest anything - or maybe I should just get extra points for recommending such amazing books all the time.

    I just finished 'A Prayer for Owen Meany' by Johnathan Irving and it was excellent.

    I also suggest anything written by Neil Gaiman. I'm in such a Gaiman rut right now. It's lovely.

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  21. I also stalk you on twitter =)

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  22. MY favorite book to read is To Kill A Mockingbird. I read it at least 2 times a year

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  23. Ifollow on twitter: carogonza

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  24. jane eyre
    pksanddancer(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  25. Wow, just ONE? I'd have to say "Life of Pi" by Yann Martel. It's an incredible, introspective book about faith and human nature. I place it at #2 on my list, right behind the Bible. [Yeah, it's THAT good!]

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  26. I chase rabbits! emckenzie@inbox.com

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  27. I tweet!

    http://twitter.com/mein_fragment

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  28. and my book is...(drumroll please

    "The Courageous Follower" by Ira Chaleff. Honestly. Ironic because of all the following I do with Jamie's Rabbits.

    But seriously, this book defined the way I view, think, and act in the boss/employee relationship. It is one of my favorite books. I read it in college, and actually started rereading it last night.

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  29. My favorite book is, My Sisters Keeper, by Jodi Picoult (any of her books are great!)

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  30. I have just been reading the Twilight series and love it. The first book is my favorite.

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  31. All Nicholas Sparks books, and The girl Who Stopped Swimming is a good summer read! Thanks

    hmahan_0529 @yahoo dot com

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  32. I love anything by James patterson and just read Waiting on You by Susan Colasanti and really enjoyed it

    msboatgal at aol.com

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  33. I love all of the Plum books by Janet Evanovich.

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  34. I just finished I won, I lost I made spaghetti. Great recipes in the book too.

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  35. Thank you for the giveaway. I'm starting the Twilight series and I have a feeling I won't be able to put them down!

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  36. twilight series looks interesting mrs.mommyyatgmaildotcom

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  37. I just finished reading "Angels & Demons" By Dan Brown- oh my goodness, I couldn't put it down!


    texas_heartland84[at]yahoo[dot]com

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  38. the twilight series.. It rocked!

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  39. The Stand by Stephen King, or the Dune series by Frank Herbert- an awesome series story wise, not so great writing wise.

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  40. Fates worse than death, by Kurt Vonnegut. Interesting and funny, but without a huge complicated plot.(A huge plus when you haven't slept through the nght in about a year and a half...)
    iluvchrisnlevi@aol.com

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  41. My recommendation is not a book, but a series. I love the Janet Evanovich series with Stephanie Plum, including the between the lines books. Great, light reading.

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  42. The Radical Cross by A.W. Tozer

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  43. I have many, many favorites. If your'e looking for something chick lit like the Undead series by Mary janice davidson. Betsy, her main character gets turned into a vamp on her 30th birthday. Hilariousness ensues. She also shares your passion for shoes & handbags. I stalk Jamie's rabbits and i think I am on twitter too. I forget to check it :(

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  44. I finally got a chance to read the Widow of the South by Robert Hicks and thought it was very good.

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  45. Last book I read that I really really liked was Legally Dead by Edna Buchanan.

    Thanks for the giveaway >^..^<

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  46. I love The Call of the Wild.
    Thanks!
    1bmore @ gmail . com

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  47. Evidence Not Seen - by Darlene Deibler Rose

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  48. I truly love the book Redeeming Love. Also I like anything written by Nicholas Sparks even though most of his books end up kinda sad.

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  49. Okay, one of my favs from this past year has to be "Agnes and the Hitman" by Jennifer Crusie and Bob Mayer. If you like your heroine to wear red glasses and prefer an iron skillet as her weapon of choice then this is the book for you. ***Warning- best not to drink anything while reading as you will probably lose it through your nose as this book is too funny.

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  50. My favorite type of book is true crime,with that being said my fave is the strager beside me by ann rule

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  51. Lonesome Dove by Larry McMurtry is deserving of its Pulitzer. Cowboys & renegades & ladies of ill repute. It's brilliant & so alive. I have read it many times over.

    marypres(at)gmail(dot)com

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  52. I love Flowers for Algernon...its a beautiful book full of hope, sadness, and happiness. Its the first book I read that really made me "LOVE" Reading! I also love anything by Jane Austen, and I love Biographys and Auto-Biographies as well!

    CherryBlossomsDesign at hotmail

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  53. I follow Jamie's Rabbits!

    CherryBlossomsDesign at hotmail

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  54. I follow you on Twitter!
    My twitter id is: CherryBlossBaby

    CherryBlossomsDesign at hotmail

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  55. I love anything by Pearl Buck. Peony and Pavilion of Women are my 2 faves.

    treflea4 at gmail dot com

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  56. I became a follower.

    treflea4 at gmail dot com

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  57. It's hard to pick just one book I love, but because I'm rereading it, I'll say Kushiel's Dart by Jacqueline Carey. Thanks!

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  58. I like The Secret Life Of Bees.

    janetfaye (at) gmail (dot) com

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  59. I follow.

    janetfaye (at) gmail (dot) com

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  60. I follow on Twitter: Janetfaye

    janetfaye (at) gmail (dot) com

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  61. A book of many colors, many thoughts and perspectives told by one woman.....it's like knowing a friend while you are reading this, then the images linger:

    "A Three Dog Life"
    by Abigail Thomas

    pumpkinlady430@yahoo.com

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  62. My favorite books are those in the Outlander series by Diana Gabaldon

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  63. MFJ:
    My favorite book is The Alienist by Caleb Carr.
    watson(at)zerostreet(dot)net

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  64. Sense and Sensibility will always be my favorite...though as of late, I've enjoyed the Charlaine Harris novels (which the show True Blood is based off of).

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  65. I love George R.R. Martin's A Song of Ice and Fire series. Now if he would hurry up and finish the next book.

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  66. I follow you on Twitter @dbadour.

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  67. My favorite book of all time is "Cheaper By The Dozen."

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  68. I follow on twitter (I'm @prizealert)

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  69. I follow on Twitter (I'm @prizealert)

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  70. My favorite books are anything written by Robert Whitlow! He is awesome.

    donna at optilink dot us

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  71. A book I really love is Great Gatsby---my favorite always and forever.

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  72. So many good books, but one of my all time favs is "Confessions" by Augustine.
    bebemiqui82(at)yahoo(dot)comf

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  73. My favorite is It by Stephen King.

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  74. I really enjoy Hyperion, by Dan Simmons. Thanks!

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  75. My favorite book of all time is Great Expectations- I read it at least once a year- only book I have ever read more than once!
    cassandra@aubut.net

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  76. I follow on Twitter- tally2525
    cassandra@aubut.net

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  77. Mine is a series -- The Griffin and Sabine books by Nick Bantock. Wonderful!
    katiekarr at gmail dot com

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  78. I just finished Wintergirls by Laurie Halse Anderson. I love all her books.

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  79. twitter follower (kgail11)

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  80. "Jane Eyre" by Charlotte Bronte. I've read this one many times.
    Sheila
    chiliburger@icehouse.net

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  81. I have read every Jodi Picoult book. I love the Twilight series. BN is the ONLY bookstore I shop at so this would come in VERY handy :-)

    oddlittleducks@live.com

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  82. I like Anne McCaffrey's Dragonriders of Pern series of books.
    murphykatt[at]yahoo[dot]com

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  83. I would have to say, Angels and Demons. I too am searching for the next Great Read!

    judy7885 at gmail dot com

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  84. Honestly, I don't read much, but my husband loves to! He really loves the Louis LaMore books!

    khmorgan_00 [at] yahoo [dot] com

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  85. Confederacy of Dunces by JOhn Kennedy Toole is a favorite

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  86. following on twitter - phxbne

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  87. My favorite book I have read recently is Twlight.

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  88. The most recent book I read that really knocked my socks off was "The Book Thief."

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  89. I just got finished reading "The No. 1 Ladies Detective Agency" and it was really enjoyable. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  90. One of my favorite books is "The Accidental Mother" by Rowan Coleman!

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  91. i rediscovered Emma by Jane Austen.
    flyergal82 at yahoo dot com

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  92. anything by shel silverstein

    addeviant006 at gmail dot com

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  93. twitter follower

    addeviant

    addeviant006 at gmail dot com

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  94. I actually really enjoyed "You Make me feel like an unnatural woman" by Judith Newman

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  95. I agree with many of those mentioned above - the serious choices (Pride and Prejudice) and the fun ones (Stephanie Plum by Evanovich series).

    more favorite series:
    Jan Karon's Mitford
    Left Behind

    a favorite author:
    Luanne Rice

    And because I need to answer your question and share a book I really love, The Notebook by Nicholas Sparks.

    Thanks for a great prize!

    mayacarpenter at verizon dot net

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  96. Caleb Carr's books Angel of Darkness
    (about a female killer in the 1900's)
    is fantastic. Love all the history about NY city in the early 1900's

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  97. any Lee Childs Reacher mystery novels.

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  98. I love Jodi Picoults's novels.

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  99. I love book of Arkady and Boris Strugatsky: Monday Begins on Saturday. Tnanks.

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  100. I'd have to say "The Story of Edgar Sawtelle" is probably my current favorite.

    wolfcarol451 at gmail dot com

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  101. My favorite book (recently) was Revoultionary Road. :o)

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  102. I don't read a lot, I sew too much! :) But recently I read Blue Like Jazz by Donald Miller and liked it so much, I started reading it again...bit by bit... :)

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  103. Following you on twitter as JaimeSews...


    seamstress8102 at hotmail dot com

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  104. Following your blog as mrs. johnson

    seamstress8102 at hotmail dot com

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  105. My recent favorite would be The Virgin Suicides by Jeffrey Eugenides. :)

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  106. Followed you on Twitter too! I'm michikoy.

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  108. I am presently reading Paws of Katrina, about the animal rescues after the hurricane. Amazing enthralling book.

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  109. I just finished re-reading Gone With the Wind! I never will get tired of that book.

    -Rebecca
    rnredner at gmail dot com

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  110. Anything by Christine Feehan, and I love how we all love different things. I've read a lot to the books that other people loved and enjoyed them too!

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  111. I LOVE Jane Eyre! It is my all time favorite book! (though I admit to be one of the "Twerds" who was swept away by the Twilight Saga as well...!!)

    lukeandbryn@gmail.com

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  112. Team of Rivals by Doris Kearns Goodwin is great!

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  113. I'm a new follower!! And an AVID reader!

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  114. My favorite book of all time has got to be The Unabridged Complete Chronicles of Narnia! I've never read a better collection! Though now as an adult I love ANYTHING written by Anita Shreve, Jodi Picoult, and Nicholas Sparks!!

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  115. I'm a new follower on twitter! FrugalSCalMommy

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  116. 'Edith Head's Hollywood' has to be my favourite for '09 so far. It's completely indulgent, elegantly glamourous, and an insight into design that made women even more beautiful, powerful and elegant.

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  117. I'll have to say The Lord of the Rings books.

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  118. i love anything by nicholas sparks!!!

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  119. I like Bronte books. Wuthering Heights and Jane Eyre.
    rachel
    rachel70802002@yahoo.com

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  120. I just recently read "Social Climbers" and really enjoyed it. Thanks for the chance.

    sweetascandy579 at yahoo dot com

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  121. "Captivating" by Jon & Stasi Eldridge.

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  122. I was just recently remembering a book I LOVED in 5th grade - The White Mountains by John Christopher.

    lguillaume at hotmail dot com

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  123. The Little Friend by Donna Tartt

    A twelve-year-old girl tries to solve here brother's murder in 1970s Mississippi.

    patricjames@hotmail.com

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  124. I love all the books by Lisa Gardner...she's the best!

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  125. Crimson Petal and the White, can't remember the author. I love anything that is English History.

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  126. I really like Stephen King. I'm reading Cell right now and its one of my favorites.

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  127. I love John Saul books-"Second sister" is my fav by him. thanks jacquecurl1@gmail.com

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  128. I am a new follower. jacquecurl1@gmail.com

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  129. I'm getting back to crocheting so right now I love Get Your Crochet On! Fly Tops and Funky Flavas.

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  130. I just got through reading Pride and Prejudice. So good!

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  131. Mary
    zenrei57 (at) hotmail (dot) com

    This would be so much fun to use!

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  132. I love "the red tent" by anita diamant.

    madamerkf at aol dot com

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  133. I love Sophie's World: A Novel About the History of Philosophy.

    honeybushtea AT gmail.com

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  134. I am hooked on the twilight series, but I dont think I have a favorite. It's a toss up between Eclispe and Breaking Dawn.
    I also really like the book, Superstition by R.L. Stine. I believe it was his first adult novel, but its really good.
    Thanks for the chance! hawkgirl_16 {at} hotmail {dot} com

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  135. I follow your blog! hawkgirl_16 {at} hotmail {dot} com

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  136. I follow on twitter, mom2anutball! hawkgirl_16 {at} hotmail {dot} com

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  137. I love "The Power of Now" by Eckhart Tolle. Changed my life. Thanks.

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  138. Off the top of my head, I recently really loved, A Thousand Splendid Suns by Khaled Houssini. Too many I love though.

    cheliseb(AT)aol(DOT)com

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  139. I love "The Pact" by Jodi Picoult. I just read it and LOVED it!

    Great giveaway--thank you!

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  140. I follow you on Twitter: creative_momma

    Thanks!

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  141. I love everything by Danielle Steel and am going to start on Jodi Picoult books next.

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  142. If you're looking for a long read, I suggest "Galway Bay" by Mary Pat Kelly. If you're looking for light summer reading, try "Girls in Trucks" by Katie Crouch. asthenight at gmail dot com

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  143. Hmm, a book I really loved? How about The Looking Glass Wars by Frank Beddor? Or Dead Until Dark by Charlaine Harris? Or even one of my favorites The Stand by Stephen King (I've re-read this three times)?

    Ladytink_534(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  144. I'm a follower
    Ladytink_534(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  145. I love The Eye of the World series by Robert Jordan.

    mjgroesbeck@yahoo.com


    ty for reading. and ty for your blog

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  146. My favorite novella is Heart of Darkness by Joseph Conrad. I read it 4-5 times per year.


    jimmyrug@hotmail.com

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  147. Several months ago, I read "The Class Castle" by Jeannette Walls. I really enjoyed it. I also really like "The Shack" - as I'm sure many people do as well :)

    BTW, I'm Carla's sister :)

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  148. I'm following you on Twitter now (MelissaDoss78)

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  149. And I'm also following your blog now (I love it)!

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  150. catcher in the rye
    timgus at cox dot net

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  151. I follow both places! Plus I'm a BYW friend. :)

    I hate that I can't think of a book to recommend...the only books I've read lately are organic baby books and magazines.

    I did start "Eat, Love, Pray" on a plane ride 2 months ago and it is amazing, but I've only made it through the Italy section. But I loved that section and am glad I finally have some free time this summer to finish it! Hopefully...

    *Lindsay
    lmlchristensen@gmail.com

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  152. Right now, I really love The Help by Kathryn Stockett!! It is the best book that I have read in a really long time!!

    choateorama(at)gmail(dot)com

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  153. I just finished a good book -- Jane Austen Ruined My Life by Beth Pattillo.

    marielay@gmail.com

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  154. I am a follower.

    marielay@gmail.com

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  155. I also follow you on twitter -- doodlebug40.

    marielay@gmail.com

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  156. Recently, I read 'The Last Patriot' by Brad Thor - really good.

    contact me at:
    celeste@mail4me.com

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  157. Follower!

    contact me at:
    celeste@mail4me.com

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  158. I loved Running with Sissors and Dry

    kcjunkemail47@yahoo.com

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  159. I really like P.S. I love You!
    Thanks
    Sarah
    believedreamcourage (at) gmail.com

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  160. I love 'The Wedding' by Nicholas Sparks.

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  161. I love The Goose Girl by Shannon Hale.
    bunnybx at gmail . com

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  162. Blog follower!
    bunnybx at gmail . com

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  163. Twitter follower. ID: bunnyb
    bunnybx at gmail . com

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  164. I love the book "All Creatures Great and Small", and those that followed in the series.

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  165. I follow on Twitter @amylou61

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  166. The Lovely Bones by Alice Sebold is one of my favorite books and I just saw that it has been made into a movie that is supposed to be released on December 11th of this year!

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