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Friday, September 5, 2008

Refer a Book Friday!


Are you ready to a win book! Tell me your recommendations. Feel free to promote this contest to especially if you know who want some of these books. There are book like The Host, and Twilight on the list of free books I am giving away for this contest. (don't worry there is still the second option for when you win the contest) I know there are like 200 some people who want The Host on paperback swap. I think I may have to put them up on the book swapping sites because I just don't have the room where I live. My books are taking over our space. So if you know someone who would be interested let them know I will still the list of free books available for let's say two weeks.

9 comments:

Shannon at Confuzzled Books said...

I am just reposting Bree's post here. :-)

"Since its real early and Refer a Book Friday isn't up yet and I'll be at work all day, here's my recommendation for this week. My favorite book for August was Driving Sideways. If you haven't read it yet, I highly recommend it. I love books that make you laugh out loud in public places. You know its good!"

Becky said...

My recommendation is Zombie Blondes by Brian James. This was one of the first books I've read for this year's R.I.P. III Reading challenge. And it was great.

Shooting Stars Mag said...

Oh gosh,a book to recommend. One of my all-time favorite books is The Perks of Being A Wallflower by Stephen Chbosky. Definitely look it up!!!

Lauren

Yan said...

Try When You Are Engulfed By Flames by David Sedaris. It's a funny biography consisting of a bunch of essays complied into a novel. It's great so definitely check it out!

Yan said...

Opps, forgot my e-mail address.

ylin.0621[at]yahoo.com

Judy said...

I would recommend Don't You Forget About Me by Jancee Dunn. It's funny, thoughtful, and makes you think about the "what ifs" in your life.

chibikagome7@yahoo.com

Smilingsal said...

Did you ever read The Elevator by Angela Hunt? It's super.

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Amy said...

Hmmm, try The Uglies trilogy by Scott Westerfield. My friends adore it but I think it's decent. Maybe you'll love it.

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Serena said...

Here's my recommendation, if you haven't already read it: The Adoration of Jenna Fox by Mary Pearson or Mrs. Lieutenant by Phyllis Zimbler Miller