Thursday, 7 March 2013

Happy World Book Day!

Today is world book day and as many of you will know I love books!

As such I wanted to celebrate today with all of you.  I have a £10 Waterstones gift voucher to give away to one keen reader, just complete the Rafflecopter widget below to be in with a chance of winning.

Good luck and Happy Reading!


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31 comments:

  1. I love To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee - I read it at school with a wonderful teacher who really brought the story to life. I`ve read it many times since and i always enjoy it - much a great story x

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  2. cecilia ahern books as you never know what is going to happen next x

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  3. So many to choose from, but

    Z for Zachariah was read to me as a child at school. It instilled a love for Sci-Fi and haunted me for years (in a good way). As an adult I sought out the book and when I read it 20 years later I still loved it. Being dyslexic there are only a handful of books that inspire you or you feel you would go back to again and again. But this is definitely one of them!

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  4. I like 'Tis by Frank McCourt as I like the history and knowing of how it was and that it wasn't that long ago that things were so differant

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  5. i love anything by Chuck Palahniuk. his writing style just draws me in

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  6. I love anything by Cathy Glass

    @ashlallan

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  7. I like neverending story! Read it as a child and have loved it ever since!

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  8. really hard to pick just one book!! recently i've enjoyed a book called the missing rose. i actually never liked it at the start but by the end really enjoyed it

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  9. The magic faraway tree. I read that book over and over when I was a child. I have fond memories of it still.

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  10. Who's in the loo as my nephew maxx loves it :)

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  11. the famous five by enid blyton, i love the adventures they go on

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  12. I love so many I can't choose! Anything by Irvine Welsh always gets me addicted though!

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  13. The Life Of Pi by Yann Martel I read it before the film was realised & it blew me away, it really makes your mind think of amazing things.

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    1. I totally agree, am just reading this now (before watching the film) an I think it is amazing.

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  14. one that captured me as a child & still does now is the lion, the witch & the wardrobe

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  15. Some great books mentioned. I love all of the Enid Blyton books, but famous five would probably be my favourite if forced to choose! There some books and authors that I haven't read so will have to get on those. Thanks for the recommendations.

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  16. Clare Robinson9 March 2013 23:21

    The Neverending Story, it has been since I was a child and I still love it as an adult.

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  17. Pride and Prejudice - love the wit.

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  18. Hard question, I really like sophie Kinsella at the moment so I will say mini shopoholic

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  19. Jodie Picoud new book The Story Teller :) if I really had to choose just one

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  20. The Book Thief - Markus Zusak. The writing is amazing. So many quotable moments, I wish I could write like that. The story is the Holocaust from a totally new perspective (hard to do considering all the books that have gone before). It's emotive, emotional and thought provoking. A genuinely good read that stays with you.

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    1. I totally agree Sallie. It is a wonderful book, not something I would have chosen for myself I don't think but it was a present and I thoroughly enjoyed it

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  21. I love Game of Thrones and that entire A Song of Ice and Fire series, brilliant!

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  22. I love The Notebook by Nicholas Sparks, because it always makes me cry and I love it when a book gets me emotional x

    @caro_mad

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  23. Jamacia Inn is my all time fav

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  24. I love any chick lit especially Marian Keyes - Anybody Out There is probably my favourite

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  25. The Five People You Meet in Heaven

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  26. Dostoevskii's "Crime and Punishment" because it has everything.

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  27. Anything by Jean Plaidy as I love historical fiction.

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  28. Gone with the Wind - a huge book to read and my arms ached by the end of it but it truly is an epic novel, I love the film too but it misses huge amounts of the story.

    Oh and World Book Days seems to have past me by this year - will try harder next year!


    Angela :)

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  29. I like this book called "How to Live". I love the way it's written. :)

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