Summer Holiday Giveaway


The sun is shining, and I feeeeeeeel good.  And no-one’s gonna stop me now, oh yeah!

Really, no one can stop me right now, I feel like giving away some books! They’re all from my own bookshelves, but they’re brand new. I’m a real book girl, so my books are my treasure 🙂 No nicks on the corners, no wrinkles on the back. (But I can’t say you will get them without a nick, because they have to travel a long way if you win them and you live in America 😆 But I’ll wrap them up so they will survive their trip around the world.) The giveaways are open internationally!

How does it work?

It’s really easy.  You can enter every giveaway once. Every giveaway is open untill July 14th. On July 15th I’ll announce the  lucky winner.



Irresistible by Liz Bankes ! 

What you have to do to have a chance at winning:

– Tell me what your favourite summer read is in a comment on this post.

Good luck!

And the winner is….

Amy Bookworm (Twittername)



3 thoughts on “Summer Holiday Giveaway

  1. len phelps

    My favorite summer read is any of Nicholas Sparks books. I read The Rescue a while back and it is an awesome book!! I just recently was able to start reading his other books that I haven’t had a chance to read yet. I have seen the movies of some of his books – Notebook, Nights in Rodanthe, Message in a Bottle, etc..The movies are wonderful!! I am looking forward to reading all of his other books.

  2. My favorite summer read so far this summer is Perfect Glass by Laura Anderson Kurk. It is an incredibly stunning tale that takes my breath away. I want to reread each sentence to savor it more and get the full flavor of this intricate YA novel about love, separation, growth and hope.

  3. In Summer I just frankly try to read lighter books, at least according to the genre. Somore fluffier romances or just all-round contemporary! I’ve enjoyed Sarah Dessen in previous years (:

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