Wednesday, December 10, 2014

Holiday Season Giveaways, Day 3

Ready for another prize contest? I am!

Today's prize...

Any one item of the winner's choice from EdenSchmeden.spreadshirt.com

(I've recently added a new t-shirt & bag with a great Persephone quote from Courting Miss Lancaster: "Love may very well creep up on you. You will find yourself thinking about some gentleman who makes you smile just by smiling at you, who lightens your burdens simply with his presence, a gentleman whom you miss when you are apart and about whom you think during a separation, a gentleman you could not imagine never seeing again. And quite suddenly your stubborn mind will realize that while it was logically and systematically searching for love, your heart had already found it.")

How to Enter: Leave a comment either here or on the corresponding post on my FB page (https://www.facebook.com/SarahMEden/posts/10152905494288901) up until Noon MST on Dec 11, one entry will be given per commenter per site, winner will be selected at random from amongst all entries, contest open to International entries, answering the following question...

What is one of your favorite books other than any of mine (just to take the pressure off--hahaha!) you read this year?

21 comments:

Barb said...

Not including your books, I absolutely love Julie Klassen's books. It is super hard to choose a favorite. I love them all. But, if I must list one book, I will say The Silent Governess by Julie Klassen. Second place, The Lady of Milkweed Manor by Julie also. Oh, and I must mention The Maid of Fairbourne Hall! Can you tell that I really like her books. Another author that I enjoy reading is MaryLu Tyndall!

Ashley Plain said...

Edenbrooke! Just finished rereading this lovely book by Julianne Donaldson!

Emma E said...

Hah. hah. Okay, this one really isn't funny. Or fair!
All book lovers out there will agree with me. There is no such thing as ONE favorite book. A true book lover has a shelf, or a room or a Library-of-Congress of favorite books, never just ONE!
If I had to pick just one, though, it would probably be Isabelle Webb: Legend Of The Jewel. I liked that one a lot. But then, i have liked so many others, too.
Mrs. Eden, you certainly pick hard questions! :D

Heather Johnson said...

My most recent favorites are The Princess Spy by Melanie Dickerson and Cinder by Marissa Meyers

Rachel Lybbert said...

My favorite book I read this year is Porcelain Keys by Sarah Beard.

Donna said...

I have read all the same books as Barb!! I really like Julie Klassen's books as well. I think my favorite is The Apothecary's Daughter...maybe because my husband is a pharmacist. This is fun...thank you for doing this!

Tuesdee said...

Edenbrooke... I always sit down and read Christmas by the Book by Beverly King during December. :) I LOVE this post though, getting so many good book recommendations!

Clorymalory said...

My Ridiculous, Romantic Obsessions by Becca Wilhite

Clorymalory said...

My Ridiculous, Romantic Obsessions by Becca Wilhite

Beth said...

I've LOVED reading the Anne of Green Gables series. :)

Sally T. said...

Adding lots of these to my goodreads shelves... I read The Paper Magician by Charlie N Holmberg and loved it.

Abby said...

Edenbrooke by Julianne Donaldson or The Highway man of Tanglewood by Marcia Lynn McClure!!! :) :)

Alyssa Burdett said...

"Sun and Moon, Ice and Snow" by Jessica Day George!! It was fun to read about the place of my heritage (fictional or not!) and to see the Scandinavian words for things. I also loved the love story:)

Carol said...

I love Edenbrooke as others do. Another book I enjoy is Becoming Lady Lockwood by Jennifer Moore. I also like Traci Abramson's books which are thrillers.

Allerednic said...

Blackmoore :) I quite like Julianne Donaldson's books as well :)

Kate said...

Either The Count of Monte Cristo by Alexandre Dumas or The Talisman Ring by Georgette Heyer. Since you're making me choose. :)

Rachel said...

I recently finished reading Frankenstein and was pleasantly surprised when I absolutely loved it!

Matt and Rebecca said...

I've been reading Traci Abramson's books. Just finished Chances Are. Loved it!

Mailee and Spencer Pyper said...

Hmm...tough question. I've read some good ones this year. One of my favorites was Danse De La Folie by Sherwood Smith. It was utterly delightful.

Corinne McClelland said...

Pride and Prejudice and Edenbrooke are definitely my favorites along with so, so, so many more! There are too many wonderful books to pick from. But my favorite genre is definitely regency romance.

Lindsey Olmstead said...

Well, if I have to choose only one I would have to say The Heretic Queen by Michelle Moran, though there have been many other books that I have enjoyed this year, yours included.

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