HAPPY THANKSGIVING FICTION GIVEAWAY

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I am thankful to be showered with so many blessings. So sending out a blizzard of thanks to readers of this blog. I wish for you and your loved-ones a memorable Thanksgiving Holiday!

It seems an appropriate time to give away some first-rate fiction. By now most of you know the drill. Please comment in the reply section to enter the contest. 5 names will be drawn and 5 lucky people will receive a lightly used fiction book by mail or hand delivery.

Entries will remain open until midnight on Monday November 21. The more people who comment, the more fun! You may name a book you especially enjoyed recently, or a book you would like to see featured on the blog, or just let us know what is on your mind regarding books and reading. It’s so much fun to read the different opinions!

12 thoughts on “HAPPY THANKSGIVING FICTION GIVEAWAY

  1. Karen Oaks

    Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family. I am reading The Bridge Ladies right now. I happen to play Bridge so I thought it would be interesting.

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  2. Terri

    Hi Paulette! Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family. I don’t get much time to read these days, but I always have LOTS of books on my nightstand! My most recent fav was “The Nightingale”. It was wonderful! See you soon! ❤️

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  3. Kim Bowden

    Blessings to you Paulette and the family on this Thanksgiving!!! I recently enjoyed reading The Devil in the White City. I’m looking forward to the movie.

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  4. Berndette Mainzer

    I just finished (for second time), Inferno, by Dan Brown. Again, like his others, he takes you on a hunt throughout Florence, Venice, Milan, and other beautiful cities rich in culture. Enjoyed it again as well as first time. Then went to see the movie. Movie was a bit different, but still very enjoyable. Love to go on the adventures with him and try to figure out the puzzling clues. A good read.

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  5. Susan Carter

    Happy Thanksgiving, Paulette. I just finished T he Mystery of the Lost Cezanne by M L Longworth, an interesting mystery in a series.

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  6. alice reed

    Enjoy reading. I just got Commonwealth by Ann Patchett. Hoping to start reading it this
    weekend. Enjoy your blog also. Alice Reed

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  7. Susie Brown

    Last night I finished reading The Woman on Cabin 10 by Ruth Ware. It had been getting rave reviews but I am not raving.

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  8. Judith

    I recommend Becoming Nicole: The Transformation of an American Family
    by Amy Ellis Nutt … provides a better understanding of the transgender child and the effect on self and family … done without being overly scientific … an excellent, eye opening, informative read

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