December Giveaway, Week 3!

Another December Giveaway starts today! You have two more chances to win a book, so please keep playing! If you aren’t familiar with the December Giveaway Rules, please check out THIS POST HERE before you continue…that way you know the basics. 😀

This week’s game requires some reflection. If you love reading, you most likely have a favorite book – a story that moved you more than any other – that stays with you still. If so, share what book that is, and one thought about why it’s so important to you!

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Leave your answer below (you’re awesome, but just one comment will do). Before you go, don’t forget to share this post with your bookish friends and family so they can play too!  The winner this week will be randomly selected and named in a post on Friday, so be sure to check back. The prize is a signed print copy of Dying to Forget. Have fun – and good luck everyone!


 

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9 thoughts on “December Giveaway, Week 3!

  1. Jennifer Wedmore says:

    Oh my, Picking one!

    The GIving Tree by Shel Silverstein has always stuck with me. Your books for sure, the depth in each astounds me and I can recall every word of each book.

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    • trishmarie says:

      Awww, thanks so much for the compliment, Jennifer! You know I love you. 😀 And The Giving Tree is awesome! We are working our way through Silverstein’s books right now with our son. Such great memories of those when I was younger. 😀

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  2. Paula Novack says:

    The book that had the biggest impact on me is The Bridge To Terabithia. It is by far my favorite book as a child. I took it out so many times from our school library. Growing up, my best friend was a boy and we always played in the woods, so the story really resonated with me.

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