Monday, June 2, 2014

End of "Summer Kickoff Feature and International Giveaway


It's the end of my 4th Annual "Summer Kickoff" feature. I hope everyone enjoyed it and got some good ideas for what books to bring to the pool or beach this summer.  

Thank you to all the publishers who sent me books for review and for allowing me to host giveaways.  More importantly, thank you to everyone who commented and visited my posts. I really appreciate it.  


To celebrate, I am hosting an international giveaway for one of the books that I reviewed during this feature. The winner can pick from the list below and I've linked the book's title to my reviews if you are interested:

If none of these books excite you, I'm also throwing in the option of one of my favorite beach reads reviewed in the past:
This giveaway's deadline is June 16th and is open internationally or wherever the Book Depository ships.  Please refer to my giveaway rules.  Good luck and a big thank you to all of my readers!

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35 comments:

  1. I would love to read The Art of Lainey the most because it had been on my tbr list for quite a long time and I am really looking forward reading it

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    1. The Art of Lainey is soooo much fun! Thanks for visiting, Karin!

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  2. What a great giveaway. So many good books!

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  3. Oops. I forgot to say which I want, silly me. I would love to read the island as she is a author I have wanted to read for a while now.

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    1. The Island is fantastic and a perfect beach read. Thanks for visiting, Viki!

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  4. Great list to pick from! I would probably choose either All the Summer Girls by Meg Donohue or one of the Sarah Dessen books. (I'm ashamed to admit that I have yet to read her books.)

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    1. Both are fantastic choices! You MUST read Dessen. She's perfect for summertime. Thanks for dropping by, Chrissy.

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  5. Second Chance Summer by Morgan Matson (loved Amy & Roger)

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    1. It's such a GOOD read! Thanks for visiting, Allison.

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  6. Second Chance Summer (Loved Amy & Roger)

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  7. I want to read To All the Boys I've Loved Before by Jenny Han the most. It sounds amazing. I've heard good things from it before but after reading your review, it's sealed the deal!

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    1. Thanks for checking out my review of To All the Boys…it's definitely one of my favorites. Thanks for visiting.

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  8. I have heard so many great things about Nantucket but have yet to start the series. Would love the first. I absolutely love reading Beachy reads, especially in the summer!

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    1. The Nantucket series is great, especially during the summer. The setting is to-die-for. Thanks for visiting, Vivien.

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  9. Since You've Been Gone, everyone is raving about it and the plot interests me the most! :)

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    1. While I didn't love Since You've Been Gone as much as her other novels, there's no denying it was a fun summertime read. Thanks for visiting, Antonia!

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  10. Great giveaway! And all of the books sound amazing for summer! Love to read a lot of them, especially What I Thought Was True by Huntley Fitzpatrick.

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    1. What I Thought Was True was a really good read…very real….I think you would like it, Nina. Thanks for visiting!

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  11. Scince you've been gone great reviews.

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    1. Great choice, Rhonda! Thanks for dropping by!

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  12. To all the boys I've loved before because it has been extremely hyped around booktube and I believe it would be the perfect summer read :)

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    1. To All the Boys is a fantastic read. Great choice, Tinkie, and thanks for visiting!

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  13. Thanks for such a great giveaway, Christina and for a great summer kickoff! I think I would choose the new Huntley Fitzpatrick as I haven't yet read that one and I've heard great things about her books. Looks like a great summer read!

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    1. I think you would really like Fitzpatrick's latest novel, although it is a little slow at times and there is a slow-burning relationship, it's a good read if you stick with it! Thanks for visiting, Leanna!

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  14. Hard choice, hmmm.........What I Thought Was True by Huntley Fitzpatrick. :D Thank you!

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    1. Great choice! The setting is awesome, which makes it a wonderful beach read. Thanks for visiting!

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  15. My Life Next Door. I've heard so many good things, but I haven't had the chance to read it.

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  16. I would choose One Hundred Names by Cecelia Ahern because I've heard great things about her but I've never read one of her books, and based on your review, I think this would be an interesting story ☺

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  17. I'd choose To All the Boys I've Loved Before by Jenny Han. I've heard great reviews about the book and she's coming to my country for a book signing, so i better read it first if ever i'll get the chance to go to the signing event. Thanks for the awesome giveaway! :)

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  18. We Were Liars by E. Lockhart would be my choose, I love Lockharts books!
    Jenna

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  19. What a great collection of books to pick from! How to choose?? ;)

    I'd pick either To all the Boys who Loved me (because of the rave reviews) or The Art of Lainey (because the cover is adorable!).

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  20. I really want to read Beautiful Ruins by Jess Walter :)

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  21. I can't decide! I'd torn between Broken Hearts, Fences and Other Things to Mend, What I Thought Was True, and To All The Boys I've Loved Before. Either way, it looks like it'll be a summer of long YA titles for me this year! ;)

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