Friday, March 25, 2011

"Heart of the Matter" - Book Giveaway

Happy Friday! my kindle comes today and to celebrate - I'm doing a giveaway. I originally bought Heart of the Matter to read over the weekend, but as I want to break in my new toy I'm going to download it and give the book I bought away to one lucky blog reader.

One lucky winner will receive a brand-spankin'-new paperback copy of Heart of the Matter by Emily Giffin!

Mandatory Entry:
1.  Leave me a comment telling me the title of a GREAT book that you've recently read [I need ideas of what to download and read next!]

Extra entries:
1. Follow "forever88" [this blog, duh] via GFC
2. Blog about the giveaway

Make sure to leave a comment for each entry!

Entries accepted until Wednesday, March 30th at 12am.  
Winner announced Thursday, March 31st!


Kristin said...

ooh fun! i'm a follower, duh.

i'm currently reading: "the girl who kicked the hornets nest" but first you have to read "the girl with the dragon tattoo" and "the girl who played with fire".

AWESOME books.

tara said...

I loved the hunger games, the millenium trilogy (by steig larsson), and the trylle trilogy (by amanda hocking)

tara said...

I'm a follower!

Sarah said...

Yeah! Giveaways! And book giveaways! So exciting! Ok, suggestions for you. If you haven't read The Help yet, you MUST. It's by Kathryn Stockett. I have to second your friend Tara's suggestion of the Hunger Game series. I think I've already told you about them once maybe...And then there's One Day by David Nicholls. Beautifully written book about two friends over the course of 20 years. Revisits their relationship on the same day each year. Anne Hathaway is currently filming the movie version. Ok. that's enough for now. Should get you started! Yay Kindle buddies!

Tara said...

I'm a follower :) And recently I read a book called "Strays" by Jeanne Webster. I think you'd like it because it's set in Georgia...or maybe GA/NC but still :)

Sara L. said...

I rented this book and loved it. It would be great to have a copy that I could read over and over. I read "Here Comes the bride" a couple months ago it was really cute :)

Sara L. said...

I'm a follower :)

AMT said...

Such a great book, so good that I already own it! I absolutely love everything Emily Giffin has written and I'm getting pumped for the Something Borrowed Something Blue movie coming soon. I'm getting really nerdy these days and currently reading John C. Maxwell's "21 Irrefutable Laws of Leadership" and very much enjoying it!

Bo said...

Oh wow, Redeeming Love was amazing..!! It's a Christian romantic book about the book of Hosea. It's truly great.

Bo said...

I'm a follower :o)

Smart Ass Sara said...

I'm a follower!

Smart Ass Sara said...

And girl... you know if you need book ideas I'm YOUR GIRL. So here are just a FEW. :)

1. The Leisure Seeker- Michael Zadoorian
2. Hush- Kate White
3. Home to Woefield- Susan Juby
4. City of Bones- Cassandra Clare (this is a series, and the 5th one comes out in April but I flew through all them really fast)
5. Water for Elephants- Sara Gruen (I think)
6. Wild Card- Lora Leigh (because every chick needs hot sex in a book once in awhile)
7. Such a Pretty Fat- Jen Lancaster

OK. So I clearly have more I could give you but this should keep you going for awhile. :)

Nikki said...

Does Twilight count? I'm a twihard and I've seriously only read vampire books since. SAVE ME!

vwestermeyer said...

water for elephants

sandyandcosmo said...

I just finished reading the NPR book This I Believe. Thanks for the giveaway!

doroffee said...

I hope it's for international people, too :D. Uhm... as for book recommendations, I've mostly read classics and Hungarian books recently... but my tips (sorry if they are no use as you've read them :D)

1. Victoria Hislop-The Island
2. Stephanie Cowell-Marrying Mozart
3. Philippa Gregory-The Other Boleyn Girl

doroffee said...

I also follow your blog :).

Ashley @ Bride on a Budget said...

Confessions of a Shopaholic is one of my favorite books.

navybaby1113 (at) gmail (dot) com

Texas Type A Mom said...

I highly recommend The Glass Castle by Jeanette Walls. Her second book Half Broke Horses is also excellent AND non-fiction!


Texas Type A Mom said...

I follow you publicly via GFC - Kelly T/texastypeamom

ArtsyBookishGal said...

If you haven't read WATER FOR ELEPHANTS by Sara Gruen, you must do so!

Amy // amyismyfriend at aol dot com

ArtsyBookishGal said...

+1 GFC Follower (ArtsyBookishGal)

Megan: said...

How fun! I just finished Cocktails for Three and it was a fun read.

Christina said...

I'm jealous! I have never read a book like this. Maybe its one I would actually finish :)

Bunny B said...

I love dystopian like The Hunger Games and The Uglies

bunnybx at gmail dot com

Sara said...

I recently read The Eight by Katherine Neville. It was so good that I stayed up at night to read it even though I had a one month old who kept me up all night! saragayer at msn dot com

T @ The Happy Clipper said...

I am reading Confessions of a Prairie Bitch!

T @ The Happy Clipper said...

gfc follower

Kaylie said...

I'll pick the book " The sweetest thing" as my recent read :D
It's very nice


Kaylie said...

I'm your follower via GFC


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