Monday, 8 October 2012

Happily Ever After Giveaway Hop



Welcome to the Happily Ever After Giveaway hosted by I Am A Reader Not A Writer and Murphy's Library! The hop runs from October 9 through to midnight on October 14 2012. Up for grabs is any paperback featuring either a fairy tale in its original form or a fairy tale retelling (think Jackson Pearce, Shannon Hale, Juliet Marrillier and so on) from the Book Depository as long as they deliver to your country - find the list of countries here.

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Check out the list below for lots more chances to win, thanks for entering and good luck!



117 comments:

  1. Raven Boys -- it was so good!

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  2. I loved Crave & Covet from The Clann series.

    Thank you for the giveaway!

    ~Anatea

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  3. The Wolves of Mercy Falls series. I LOVE IT!

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  4. I wanted to read The Immortal Rules by Julie Kagawa...Thanks for the giveaway
    -Riz Bulatao

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  5. +JMJ+

    Does Stephen King's Pet Sematary count? It's got fur . . . and some fangs! ;-) I'm reading it right now (as well as hosting a readalong on my blog) and it's really quite good.

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  6. Throne of Glass...thats my recommendation right now haha

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  7. fang and fur ( perhaps fey) the bloodhound files series by dd barant i love it!!

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  8. Fever Series by Karen Marie Moning

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  9. Vampire Academy,The Wolves of Mercy Falls and The Iron Fey.

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  10. Chronicles of Nick series by Sherrilyn Kenyon is amazing and has all three :)

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  11. I'd love to read tiger lily or cinder :)

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  12. iron feys series by julie kagawa are amazing !!
    thx u so much ^^

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  13. The Black Dagger Brotherhood series by J.R. Ward (Fangs)
    The Mercy Thompson series by Patricia Briggs (Fur)
    The Wicked Lovely series by Melissa Marr (Fairy)

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  14. I have read almost everything by Mercedes Lackey, and I highly recommend checking her out!

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  15. The Immortal Rules by Julie Kagawa.

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  16. Shifters series by Rachel Vincent.

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  17. Tiger Lily by Jodi Lynn Anderson!
    Thanks for the giveaway! :]

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  18. I want to read Cinder and Beastly.

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  19. I recommend Cinder and Fathomless! I haven't read either but I really want to!

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  20. I don't know...I'm not sure of any books that re-tell fairy tales. I unfortunately haven't read any yet! But, thanks so much for the giveaway!

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  21. Cinder! It's a really good one. And the original, they are also really good.

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  22. I've been wanting to read Cinder for a while.

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  23. The Goose Girl by Shannon Hale

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  24. Cinder. I haven't read it but everyone seems to love it!
    Thanks for the giveaway :-)

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  25. The best fairytale story is a book called The Broken Goddess by Hans Bemman. His book The Stone and the Flute is also good, but The Broken Goddess... it is a story about a professor stepping into a fairytale. Its wonderful.

    I like your name, The Bookish Outsider, because as an avid-reader and relatively quiet person, I can relate to the name.

    If you have time, I'd love it if you stopped by my blog, where I'm offering a book giveaway.

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  26. Beauty by Robin McKinley is really good! Any retellings of Beauty and the Beast is awesome!

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  27. Cinder by Marissa Meyer is amazing! I'm really looking forward to its sequel, Scarlet :)
    Lacey T

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  28. Cinder is one that I highly recommend reading.

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  29. I liked the Sevenwaters Trilogoy by Juliet Marillier.

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  30. I would totally recommend that you read Heart's Blood by Juliette Marriler.

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  31. Iron Fey series by Julie Kagawa

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  32. the iron feys serie
    thanks for making this international

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  33. I read Sisters Red by Jackson Pearce and loved it :)

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  34. Historicals by Eloisa James, her last book are retellings, very good!

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  35. I want to read Cinder and the tiger lily

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  36. I want to read Cinder. Personally, I don't believe I've really read any retellings

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  37. I loved 'The Goose Girl' by Shannon Hale and 'Princess of the Midnight Ball' by Jessica Day George. And a book that I'm looking forward to is 'Seraphina' by Rachel Hartman

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  38. I love Lord of Scoundrels by Loretta Chase (somehow reminded me to B&B). But I'd like to Cinder for mysel. ^^

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  39. I recommend Sisters Red and Sweetly by Jackson Pearce! Beastly by Alex Flinn and Cinder by Marissa Meyer are also really good!

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  40. I've read and loved Cinder by Marissa Meyer!
    Alex Flinn also writes awesome fairytale retellings. I also loved My Fair Godmother series by Janette Rallison. :)

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  41. Like others have said - Cinder by Marissa Meyer is fantastic and I can't wait to read the next book in the series, Scarlet.

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  42. I think you should try Cinder by Marissa Meyer, I haven't read it yet, but it's on my TBR, the reviews said it's great.

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  43. I heard Kill Me Softly is a good one. :)

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  44. Beauty by Robin Mckinley! I loved it :)
    Thank you for the giveaway.

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  45. I liked Beastly by Alex Flynn

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  46. I'd recommend Ella Enchanted!

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  47. Cinder by Marissa Meyer is a great book :)
    Thanks for the giveaway!

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  48. I'd recommend Cinder :) Thanks!

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  49. Wanted to read Cinder, Beastly and Sweetly :D - Ara

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  50. Thank you for the giveaway, I´d recommend Cinder!

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  51. I haven't read any good one's lately, but I'd like to read Alice in Zombieland.

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  52. I've read Beastly and really enjoyed it! I do want to read Cinder though. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  53. The Amaranth Enchantment was really good.

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  54. I really want to read Tiger Lily, I've heard great things about it. Thank you. :)

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  55. Tiger Lily!!! It's really really good :) I've always loved the fairy tale Peter Pan, so this retelling was an awesome read :)

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  56. I recommend Tiger Lily, It was great.. just amazing :)

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  57. I like Beastly. It was a nice twist on the classic fairy tale beauty and the beast.

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  58. Beastly, Cinder, Princess of the Midnight Ball. At least, they're on my TBR list :D

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  59. Read: Beastly, Beautiful Beast, Prince Charming Must Die, The Sea Kings Daughter

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  60. I have yet to read Cinder but I hear it's amazing!

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  61. Shadows on the Moon is a good Cinderella retelling.

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  62. A Long, Long Sleep by Anna Sheehan.

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  63. I'm anxious to read Cinder and Beastly! Thanks!

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  64. Cinderella Ninja Warrior by Maureen Mcgowan!!
    Thank you for giveway :)

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  65. I'm in the process of reading Tiger Lily, it's pretty great so far (:

    Thank you for the giveaway! (:

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  66. I am excited to read Cinder or Sisters Red. Thanks so much for the giveaway!

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  67. I loved Cinder by Marissa Meyer! Can't wait for Scarlet!!

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  68. Beauty and the Werewolf by Mercedes Lackey

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  69. When Beauty Tamed the Beast by James

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  70. It's not really a fairy tale but it is a happily ever after: Poison Study by Maria Snyder

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  71. Alice in Zombieland, Cinder and Shadows on the Moon. Thanks for the chance!

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  72. I don't know about fairy tales but I would love to read Snow White Sorrow. It should be good. Thanks for the great giveaway and for making it international!

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  73. Chronicles of Nick series by Sherrilyn Kenyon

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  74. I loved Cinder, and I have been pretty happy with Robin Palmer's books. They are nothing mind blowing but they are cute.

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  75. I've watched Beastly but never read it. If I won I'd pick Beastly or Cinder!

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  76. i read beastly, it was good. i want to read cinder.

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  77. Stork by Wendy Delsol! Thanks for a wonderful giveaway!

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  78. My most highly rated retelling is Sun and Moon, Ice and Snow by Jessica Day George. It's absolutely fantastic!

    Thank you!

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  79. I haven't read it yet, but Alice in Zombieland should be a fun read

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  80. I'd love to read Alice in Zombieland!

    Thanks for a great giveaway!

    Marie
    songbird1613 at yahoo dot com

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  81. Can't really recommend one as I have no clue, but I am interested in reading Cinder or Alice in Zombieland

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  82. I would love to read Entwined~ maybe try that one!

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  83. I don't have a recommendation but I want to read Sisters Red, Cinder and Alice in Zombieland....maybe one of those would suit your reading taste. :) Happy fall...hope you are enjoying the pretty autumn plus getting to read some good books. :)

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  84. A Long Long Sleep by Anna Sheehan- retelling of Sleeping Beauty and AMAZING! Thanks for the great giveaway!

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  85. awakened and betrayed by ednah walters

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  86. Beautiful Disaster by Jamie McGuire!

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  87. My favorite is Entwined by Heather Dixon.
    Thanks!

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  88. Alice in zombieland
    seyma_bennett@hotmail.com

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  89. I want to read Sisters Red.

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  90. I recommend Jane by April Lindner

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  91. I'm chiming in to add that Cinder was really, really good! I didn't think I'd like it because of the cyborg thing, but I loved Cinder as a character and really rooted for her. I can't wait for the sequel, since Cinder ended on a big cliffhanger!

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  92. One of my favorites is Sun and Moon, Ice and Snow by Jessica Day George.Thanks!

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  93. Beastly is a great read..I can't wait for Cloaked :)!

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  94. You should definitely read Shadow Spinner by Susan Fletcher if you haven't already!

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  95. Cinder is a book I really want to read!

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  96. I loved Beastly by Alex Flinn and I really wanna read Cinder.
    Penny Pe

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