Saturday, September 13, 2008

Chick Lit Giveaway

I've done some reading over the spring and summer. I almost never read a novel twice, so I thought I'd give you all a chance for some free books. Just leave a comment on this post telling me one of the best novels you've read. You can leave comments until midnight Tuesday. On Wednesday, Sept. 17th I'll draw a winner. The winner will receive all the books shown in this picture.

If this goes over well, I have another batch to give away the next week.

14 comments:

Pamie G. said...

"The Shell Seekers" -- most definitely!! Thank you for being so giving to the blogging world!

12 weeks at a time said...

Hi pedalpower! I have to say one of my favorites is Pride and Predudice. Last summer I read three of Jane Austens novels and loved them all. Now I seem to be reading more textbooks than anything else (exept blogs of coarse) but they don't count. Thanks so much for taking the time to visit my little blog, you were the first one to make a comment! Yea You! Becky

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Mary from MT said...

What a fabulous idea! I found your blog by accident, looking for garden junk, of all things. One of the best novels I've read is Cordelia Underwood, by Van Reid. It reminds me of the serial types of stories that used to be in magazines a long time ago. Great for bedtime reading.

Carla said...

I really liked My Sister's Keeper by Jodi Picoult. The Pact was another great book, from the same author.

I'm also a big fan of Stephenie Meyers Twilight series.

kamewh said...

I really like The Memory Keepers Daughter. Thank you for the giveaway!

jules said...

too many favs to choose - love debbie mccomber - i read a couple of her series books - when i'm feeling spunky janet evanovich does the job - james patterson's series the women's murder club when i'm feeling like a tough chick... right now reading the twilight series all about vampires...i love everything!

Julie said...

Yes! Please enter my name - God knows I could use some good news! ha ha...thanks so much for all of your kind comments and concerns on my blog!

Debi said...

Hello Pedalpusher,

What a great idea dear. My favorite... I love soooooo many... I am reading a book now called Bike Week Blues by Mary Clay. (I know not a novel... but...)
I also absolutely adore Debbie Maccomber books... all of them!! I have read all of hers in print!! And Evonivich... I have Fourteen on CD right now!! That is today's book for housecleaning... or maybe yard work today!! (We have sun shining after 10 days of RAIN!!) Yepie!!

Love the book give-a-way idea. I also very seldom read one more than once. So I usually donate them to our public library. I may have to give some away also.

Hope you have a wonderful day!!

http://whatscookninjunk/blogspot.com/

Dot said...

I'm reading a series of 3 books right now by Judith McCoy Miller. The first one is called First Dawn. I'm reading the second one now called Morning Sky. The third one is Daylight comes. I can already tell this is going to be a favorite series for me.

Anonymous said...

I really enjoyed Water For Elephants.

I just started The DollMaker and am enjoying it immensely.

Your Poodle friend Anita

claudie said...

Hello from Canada
I have sooo many favorites but I have found a wonderful Canadian neighbor here in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada and I love her books.
Have you heard of Frances Itani ?
The first book I read was called " Remembering the Bones"
"Deafening" is the one I'm reading now and I cannot put it down. You will love them...
We never think to look in our own backyard for great writers, it's worth it!!
Love your blog BTW.
It's late and I must get to bed and let the dogs out.
Claudie from Canada

Claudie said...

Oh I nearly forgot.
Would love to win also. Would you send them all the way here if I won???
CC

Why S? said...

This is not exactly in the category of "Chick Lit" but one of my favorite novels is "The Infinite Jest." I've been thinking about it a lot this week. We lost the author, David Foster Wallace, on Friday. He as was 46. It was a great loss.