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eternal-books:

To thank my amazing followers for sticking with me more than a year and to celebrate a huge follower milestone, here’s a giveaway of some of my favorite books!

There will be two winners and each will get to pick one book from above! 

Rules

  • You must be following eternal-books since this is to thank all my followers!
  • Reblog and like the post to enter. Reblog as many times as you like but be considerate to your followers! 
  • I know some of the books listed above belong to a series, so you may choose from the series provided the book has been published! 
  • This giveaway is international, I will be ordering from the Book Depository.
  • You must be comfortable giving me your address, I promise it will be used to ship your books only
  • The winners will be chosen randomly through a random number generator.
  • Your ask box must be open so I can contact you if you win! The chosen winner must respond within 48 hours.
  • No giveaway blogs.
  • If the book you have chosen is available as paperback or hardcover, you will be able to choose.
  • This giveaway ends May 16th, 2014 at 12:00am EST
  • If you have any questions contact me HERE

Again, thank you all for such a wonderful time! i love book blogging because of the other blogs on here, and I want to thank you for that! Good luck and love you all! 

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drunkkidcatholiic:

The first recorded definition of the word “anthology” was “a bouquet of flowers.”

How poetic is it that we now use “anthology” to refer to collections of written work? The English language is truly a beautiful thing.

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dreamingfiction:

This is my idea of the perfect day!

dreamingfiction:

This is my idea of the perfect day!

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book-escapism:

Trying to remember a book you read ages ago and not knowing the title or author is so depressing. It’s like the book is forever lost to you.

April 2014
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the-doctor-moriarty asked

The other Airborn book is by Constance sharper. Description/ Avery knew she had a knack for attracting trouble, but even she is shocked when a six foot something harpie shows up on her doorstep. Coping with the existence of mythological race? Okay. Unwittingly finding herself in the middle of a vicious harpie conflict? A little less okay. Having o rely on a harpie boy who gets under her skin? Now this is something Avery isn't sure she can handle.

OOoooooOOOoOOOooOoO lol. Harpies. Must go add. 

April 2014
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pixelski asked

Haha romance in The Masque of the Red Death was weird and it's one of the few books I came out not caring about the romance or having a ship

Yeah right? It wasn’t just me, phew. It really was setting and writing that made that book good. The cover is so cool too!

April 2014
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the-doctor-moriarty asked

Looking up Airborn on good reads I found two books and I don't know which one you were recommending but both description were great so added them both XD

Oh…lol I meant the one by Kenneth Oppel…but now I need to look up the other one! Book discovery! 

April 2014
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pixelski asked

Oh steampunk. I thought The Masque of the Red Death was quite decent

I did read that! Oh that was creepy :D I think the romantic side was awkward, but I think I loved the dying, papery feel to the setting. 

April 2014
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thelovelylifeofareader asked

I'm just going to say that I have no steampunk on my shelf, and I'm planning on buying a ton of books soon and I'm waiting for that list of recs! I've wanted to explore this genre forever and I cannot wait to see what books people suggest!

It’s such a fun genre!! I love seeing historical references and sci-fi stuff. Oh man it’s great. I can’t wait for May and to see what everyone else reads.