Summer Reads Giveaway!

Enter the Summer Reads Giveaway Hop!
What you can win: your choice of a copy (print or digital) of one of these three FABULOUS summer reads:

On the Island by Tracey Garvis-Graves

Temptation Island by Victoria Fox

Unbreak My Heart by Melissa Walker

 All you have to do is fill out the Rafflecopter below. Make sure you visit the other blog hosts. There are a lot of terrific prizes out there!

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28 responses to “Summer Reads Giveaway!

  1. No, they don't differ. I just read whatever is out at the time πŸ™‚

  2. In the Summer I tend to read YA Paranormal, while in the winter I stick to romance novels.kassandralopez32@yahoo.com

  3. Yes! In the summer, I read more contemporary whereas in winter, I am more into heavier books!

  4. Ebooks can be actually send everywhere. πŸ™‚ and for print copies – The Book Depository! (as I guess, you'll be getting new ones -no redistributing for ebooks-).Oh… And you have 3 mandatory entries. Just saying. πŸ™‚

  5. My reads don't really vary by season, though I enjoy getting to choose more of my summer reads, since I'm not plagued by grad-school texts (as much!) ;). Thanks for the giveaway!

  6. Hi, laceyblossom – Me, too. I'll read anything, at any time. Thank you for visiting and commenting.

  7. Starryblue – I struggle with YA Paranormal. I don't love that genre, but I think I'm missing out on something. What can you recommend?Thank you for visiting and commenting.

  8. Bookie – that's interesting! It kind of corresponds to a school reading schedule, where you're reading the lighter books in the summer. What "heavier" books do you enjoy?Thank you for visiting and commenting.

  9. Discincentive – You are correct. I clicked the wrong box or didn't click the right box or something along those lines. Basically, I didn't pay attention to Rafflecopter. Sorry for the inconvenience.Thank you for visiting and commenting.

  10. I feel your pain, Randi. I'm a high school English teacher and it's difficult to read what I'm teaching while reading something challenging during my leisure time. But I'm easy. πŸ™‚ I'll read anything whenever I can.Thank you for visiting and commenting.

  11. Not really. I tend to read whatever I'm in the mood for.

  12. I don't find any difference in what I read when. It just depends on what I'm in the mood for or what is due back at the library.

  13. Suz

    I don't think my choices are too different any time of the year. It's whatever looks good!Suz Reads

  14. In winter, I read Christmas/Winter related books if I find one. But no, not really. I read the same type of book all year round. πŸ˜€

  15. Joy

    No, they are the same. I just read more in the summer. Too hot to do anything else.magic5905 at embarqmail dot com

  16. Yes, now that I think about it, they are. My winter choices are more intense books (thrillers, dystopians, etc), probably because the monotony of school bores me so much that I need that kind of heart-pumping escape. My summer choices, on the other hand, are more light-hearted and fun, because summer is just that kind of season. =) Thanks for the giveaway!~Shelbyhttp://gobsandgobsofbooks.blogspot.com/New follower, btw. =)

  17. I read the same things year round. I'm a mood reader, so each new book I pick up depends on my mood. So I never know what I am going to read next!

  18. My choices don't change whether it's summer or winter. If it sounds good, I'll read it, regardless of what season it is! πŸ™‚

  19. Longtime follower in GFC!Thanks for a fantabulous giveaway!MonjaBlue(at)gmail(dot)com

  20. In the winter I do like to read a few Christmas themed books to go along with my normal diet of Urban fantasy and Paranormal romance.

  21. They are not completely different except I read the seasonal holiday books as well.Yvetteyratpatrol@aol.com

  22. I love reading anything as long as it has a happy endingforettarose@yahoo.com

  23. No my summer books are not different from my winter books. The way I choose my book are if I like the cover I will then read the summary.

  24. My summer reading and my winter reading tend to both be the same. Although, I've noticed a distinct trend that romance in novels tends to increase towards the summer – but other than that, I tend to read just about the same kind of novels throughout the year! πŸ˜€ Thank you for being part of the "Summer Reads Giveaway Hop" – for your generosity, may your days be warm & bright all year round. Thank you for the wonderful opportunity! :DName: Hira Hasnain Email: Enamoredsoul(at)gmail(dot)com

  25. My summer reads don't really seem too much different than at any other point during the year. I actually tend to read less in the summer. With my kids home from school, I seem to find less time

  26. I don't really don't change what I read depending on the seasons. Though I am more likely to read Christmas related books in the winter, just to get more into the holiday sort of mood.

  27. No my reading habits do not change. I usually read the same book genres: paranormal romance, YA, and contemporary.

  28. My beach reads are certainly different. I don't want anything too creepy or heavy since I have to keep an eye on the kinder.

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