BOOK GIVEAWAY

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BOOK GIVEAWAY

Because I appreciate all of you blog readers out there!!!
Because it is October and the sun is about to shine!! I hope.
Because we love to read!

I’m giving away five nearly new, or lightly used books. Winners will have a surprise in their mailboxes.

To enter:
Shout out your favorite book read this past year in the Comments Section of this post. Click on “Leave a Reply” under the title. When there are some replies, it says #Replies. Click there and scroll to the bottom of the replies for this post. It is as easy as that to comment.

Rules:
One entry per person. Winners will be drawn from the names of those who comment on the website. www.readeatlive.com (I like to hear from you on Facebook, but that is not an entry for this giveaway).
Entries will close at the end of the third day of the posting. (Wed.)

Note:
Winners will be posted as soon as possible after they have been informed they are winners, and I have received the addresses for mailing. You may message me on Facebook with your address or I will contact you by e-mail.
Books will be mailed to winners at my expense via US Postal Service at book rate.

Don’t hesitate to comment if you need more information. ☺
In addition to a favorite book or instead of a favorite book, you are encouraged to name a favorite post, and/or comment on what kind of posts you wish I would write more often on the blog.
Hope you have fun and like the book if you are a winner.
Hope I have the details worked out and clear.

Thanks for participating in the Book Giveaway!
Happy Reading.

8 thoughts on “BOOK GIVEAWAY

  1. Judith

    My favorite read was Island of a Thousand Mirrors by Nayomi Munaweera … also enjoyed A Man Called Ove by Fredrik Backman

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  2. Bonne Hall

    a terrific idea.. I have read quite a few enjoyable books…Right now i would mention Kate Morton’s The Secret Keeper as one that intrigued me.

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  3. Karen Kozian

    The Sentinels of Andersonville by Tracy Groot May 17, 2014 May Archives. Thanks to your blog, I obtained a copy from my library. It kept me completely engrossed. This is one of very few books I have read about the horrors of war and owe it to your recommendation.

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  4. Susan Carter

    The Resistance Man by Martin Walker, but there are lots of close seconds. I love your blog & everything you write about but right now I have a lot of catching up to do as I’m a couple weeks behind. Food & cooking are at the top of my list.

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  5. Judy dawson

    I loved Anna Quindlen’s Still Life With Bread Crumbs. The characters were people I would love to know. Thanks for creating such a wonderful blog. It is a boon to all who love reading, food, and living life to the fullest. Good job!

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