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more yummy giveaways! i remember a long time ago when you posted the page with you & the pink sunglasses...
the shack was a very different read...interesting view-don't want to say too much.
have a great plane ride (hope it feels quick)

Cassaundra Lala

The last book I read that I could not put down was the Twilight series. I actually read all 4 of them thru 2x before I could move on to another book. The Lost Symbol from Dan Brown is also good. Dan Brown wrote the Da Vinci Code and Angels and Demons. Awesome giveaway.


This one has been around a while, but I thought it was intriguing and a good read: _The Time Traveler's Wife_ By Audrey Niffenegger. Thanks for the chance to win!

Debbie Foster

Last book I couldn't put down??? The Inkheart series- for a young adult series I found it very well written- just pulled one into this other world. Great giveaway, thanks for the chance.


Hmmm...of course, you may have already caught the Twilight fever, but they WERE super-good and I didn't even feel ashamed to be a mother of 3 and NOT 14 years old as I read them. Also, anything by Karen Kingsbury is fabulous. She has a great series called Redemption- sucked me right in. I think you would love them.


"Crazy Love" by Frances Chan......oh happy day!


I love that crumpled newsprint border..hoping youll be sharing the instructions for those beauties! Mel H

Corinne Braun

i read almost a book a day - so a book that would last over 18 hours is really difficult for me! i'm in the middle of reading The DragonMaster Trilogy by Chris Bunch - very interesting stories there. and i recommend Clive Cussler books - there's a lot of history in those books!
i think that the love of reading is the best gift my parents gave me. It doesn't matter what one is reading - just as long as you're reading and learning!

Tysha Shay

I was recently into teen literature. Two books that I loved, loved, loved were Graceling by Kristin Cashore and Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins.

Candy Bright

I know the winners are really happy with their prizes. Thanks for being so generous. I love all the books....Stephanie Plum series, Alex Cross, Womens Murder Club, Vampire series. Thre is a scrapbook mystery series I want to try but forget the name at the moment. Thought that might be fun. Heard it was good reading.

Julia Vastine-Vaughn

You should read Janet Evanovich - Stephanie Plum series...they will have you laughing...


Agree with the Twilight series reco - great for the plane! The Help by Kathryn Stockett is AMAZING - you will LOVE that you can read it all at once (on the 18 hour flight)...it's fabulous!!!


I love the giveaway! Another vote for Jodi Picoult, I love her books!

Adrian Veteikis

I just finished The Pretend Wife by Bridget Asher and loved it! Would love to win :)

Alison Patalon

The Stephanie Plum series by Janet Evanovich. There are 15 or 16 of them and they are hysterical. Easy, funny reads. :)

Cheryl Ting

Ok. You've probably read all the Twilight books by Stephenie Meyer but if you haven't then go for it. Shopaholic series by Sophie Kinsella are a fun fast read. They are really addicting and you may want to bring a few. The previous suggestions are all easy reads but good for plane rides. Kite Runner a A Splendid Thousand Suns by Khaled Hosseini are great too. The Notebook by Nicholas Sparks is great. Three cups of tea by Greg Mortenson. So many...

Pam Cook

I love the Outlander series by Diana Gabaldon. Also , have you read "Animal, Vegetable, Miracle"?
Thanks so much for the Silhouette video!! I'm excited about mine again.

Dana Crittenden

I love anything written by Dean Koontz. If you like on-the-edge-of-your-seat kind of reading, read his book "Intensity"!

Lindzie Head

Good books...well, I've been reading a lot of Nicolas Sparks. I also read a book "Outliers:Story of Success" by Malcolm Gladwell. It was a non-fiction book about why he thought people were successful. It's interesting if you need something intellectual. Hope you get a lot of good suggestions!

Malin Zetterqvist

I do recomened Patrica Cornwell,she is my old time fravorite! I love thrillers.
If you whant to read a funny book trie Janet Evanovich, One for the money.

Your "old" stuff would be my new treasure ;)
Sending a hug from Sweden.

Julie D'Braunstein Acuna

love Heidi Swapp products new and old......a good read..love morning and evening by Charles Oswald!

Kristine Camillone

You got lots of great advice on books - I am going to have to check out a few but I do not have any new ones for you. Have a wonderful trip. Thanks for the giveaways.

Dejah Whetten

I am reading the Swan Theives, very interesting so far. Love her writing.


"The Shack" is an excellent read and you do not want to put it down. It is a great book for traveling.

Deb Versluis

Eat, Pray Love....I devoured that book. I'm glad to see it being made into a movie. Can hardly wait.

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