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Thursday, December 1, 2011

This is a giveaway for our fellow book lovers! Because it's for book lovers, we're giving away multiple copies of a book by an author whose previous we've enjoyed. Five lucky international winners will receive an e-copy of Practice Cake by Dalya Moon in the ebook format of their choice.


About Practice Cake
There’s one thing Maddie finds more tempting than red velvet cake: her coworker, Drew. All it takes is one of his sly winks or a playful hip-check by the cooler, and she’s incinerating the cookies. Her boyfriend would not approve.

When a reality TV crew descends upon the bakery, her simple summer job gets even more complicated. Maddie could become the Bakery Network’s next breakout star, if she can handle the heat of being cast as a show villain. Drew has an alternate idea: run away from everything, with him and his sexy tousled hair. She decides to take the leap, but when she finds out Drew’s been hiding a shocking secret, Maddie looks down at her packed suitcase and takes a moment to think. Should she fly off to Australia with a guy she hardly knows, or should she pick up her suitcase and hit him with it?

Why we're giving it away:
Kris read and reviewed Charlie Woodchuck is a Minor Niner by Dalya Moon, and she is currently reading Practice Cake. She wants to the book love. Practice Cake is a sweet book and perfect to read for the holidays!


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36 comments on "Book Lover's Holiday Hop"
  1. The Sweetness at the bottom of a pie - A. Bradley.

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  2. I suggest Fateful. Tore923@aol.com

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  3. I read Heart's Blood by Juliet Marillier last Christmas. It fit how I was feeling at that time perfectly.

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  4. Thanks for the giveaway! Last year I read Winter Solstice by Rosamunde Pilcher, ideal for the time of year.

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  5. I just read Is Everyone Hanging Out Without Me - hilarious!

    Meg S
    mysecretagentloverman at gmail dot com

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  6. i just read SPEAK...at the beggining its a little bit sad, but then you learn a lot
    thanks!

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  7. Excellent giveaway! The book sounds great. :) Two of my favorite (lesser-known) series are the Thursday Next series by Jasper Fforde, and the Shifters series by Rachel Vincent. LOVE them both.

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  8. I recommend for chick-lit, What Alice Forgot by Lianna Moriarty. For paranormal fiction, A Discovery of Witches.

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  9. I just read Shatter Me!! It's awesome!

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  10. Skipping A Beat by Sarah Pekkanen :)

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  11. I'd suggest Exit the Actress by Priya Parmar

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  12. The Christmas Wedding by James Patterson.

    mryward(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  14. Hii.I'd suggest "Clockwork Prince(Infernal Devices#2) by Cassandra Clare".I love this series,hope you would too :)

    Thanks for the international giveaway!!

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  15. I'd recommend Captivated, by Deb Apodaca. I was consumed by it!
    Thank you for the giveaway opportunity!

    GFC follower Gena Robertson

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  16. I haven't read it yet but I plan to get it... The Christmas Wedding by James Patterson.

    lkish77123 at gmail dot com

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  17. I just finished Evermore & really enjoyed it. Thanks for the giveaway! Gloria

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  18. Christmas Jars by Jason Wright
    Jodi Trudel

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  19. I would recommend Significance. Because it would be wonderful if all of us had that impact with our families! Thanks for the giveaway!
    delivery.RN at gmail dot com

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  20. I would recommend My Best Friend's Girl by dorothy Koomson though it's quite an old book :P
    I have read it recently during my trip to other states and I really enjoy it very much ! :)

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  21. I just finished Between Shades of Gray by Ruta Septys, a very moving and thought provoking book about World War II.

    kpg813 at gmail dot com

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  22. I'd suggest "Wings" by Aprilynne Pike. It's a great book, a little addicting, so if you get into it like I did you'll probably read the sequels, "Spells" & "Illusions".

    simply-enchanting(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  23. Thanks for the chance to win
    I recommend to read "Iron House" by John Hart
    I'm a GFC follower - Cindy Macbeth
    cindymacbeth at gmail dot com

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  24. I kinda made my own advent calendar this year & it consists of audiobooks or audio plays that are christmas/winetr related. Over the last 2 days I've listened to 'The Christmas Thief' by Mary Higgins Clark - entertaining crime novel, not to dark, lots of funny scenes - so definitely good choise for the season. :)

    hrududu AT hotmail DE

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  25. love food books. my review would be on a donna kaufmann book as i've read 2 in her series allready. they are great and come with recipes. they give you the 'right' to experiment, there is no such thing as failure.
    thanks for having this contest. follow via gfc, fb

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  26. I would definitely recommend Angelfall by Susan Ee. It made me want to cry because it was just that exciting!
    Thanks for the giveaway!

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  27. Thank you for the chance to win! I would recommend To Die For by Amy Plum.

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  28. Happy Holidays! Thanks for the giveaway and for participating in this blog hop! I recommend "The Butterfly Cabinet".

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  29. honestly there r so many deff shoudl get the clock work prince or an old classic like dickens

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  30. Thanks for the giveaway! I'd suggest reading the First Love Cookie Club by Lori Wilde. It's been out for awhile but it's a sweet read!

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  31. the Unbecoming of mara dyer or a beautiful dark!

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  32. I'd recommend Amy and Roger's Epic Detour!

    sarahDOTsetarATgmailDOTcom

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  33. Going Too Far by Jennifer Echols. My first venture into YA and I loved it

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