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Friday, December 5, 2008

Refer A Book Friday!




I am sorry I kinda always post this late. I normally have time to post after I am done work and finally get home which is around 12 EST. But here I am and there you are probably waiting to post a recommendation or if you haven't been here before here's the deal.
Post in the Comments your book recommendations. You only need to post one. If you have a blog and if you have reviewed it leave a link to your review. If you don't have a blog just tell me what you liked about the book and leave a email.
As for what you can win you have two choices one is to pick book from the pile of books under Free 4 Refer A Book Friday or if you don't like any of the books in that pile you may pick a book from your wish list. If you have any questions feel free to email me lavenderagate(at)yahoo(dot)com.

Some one asked last time that they didn't know the books I had read. So FYI on the bottom to left of the page is a link to my good reads profile. Right now it is showing my TBR pile but if you click on the profile and click on the section that I have read. It has the most recent stuff that I remember reading so far and everything I have reviewed. And if you don't feel like looking through each page of books there is a search function you can use.

4 comments:

Amy said...

I'm too excited about this book that I wanted to do refer a book Friday today (I probably won't have time to enter tomorrow anyway x_x)! It's The Tales of Beedle the Bard by J.K. Rowling! It came out today and *squeal*!! Definitely a must read if you've read the Harry Potter series =)

aimme21 at yahoo dot com

12/05 - I managed to sneak in some time ;P

Becky said...

I'm recommending House of Dark Shadows

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Shooting Stars Mag said...

I'd pick Bedlam, Bath, and Beyond by J.D. Warren. I've read the sequel Crate and Peril and loved it...but this is the first, which i haven't read, so I figured if I'm going to suggest it, I should probably tell you to start with the first b/c I'm sure it's just as good as the second.

Summary of the novel:

http://www.jd-warren.com/Bedlam,_Bath,_%26_Beyond.html

-Lauren