The Great Blogoversary Book Giveaway!

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So, here’s the giveaway I mentioned in my previous post!

I was scratching my head because I could not decide which book to select for the giveaway and then decided not to bother too much about it. Let’s give you the freedom to choose πŸ™‚

I will give any book that is present on my reading list to one lucky person. You get to choose the book you want.

Here are the rules:

  • Leave a comment on this post with the following information:
    • Name and email id
    • Book that you want and the reason for wanting it
    • Feedback on my blog – suggestions, complaints, anything…
  • One extra point for tweeting about the giveaway (please provide a link)
  • One extra point for recommending this giveaway on your blog or Facebook (please provide a link)
  • Two extra points if you follow me on Twitter (or start following)
  • Two extra points if you”digg” or “share this” link.

The giveaway is open internationally. Last date for accepting entries is Nov 25th.

Good luck!

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  • Edu Chico

    Ok, lol!
    I just checked and there is already a winner!
    πŸ™‚

  • Edu Chico

    Oh, don’t know if I’m still on time, because of the time difference!
    The Graveyard Book looks great! I was reading about it and it seems the kind of book that can be good for kids as well for parents reading to them.
    Your blog is rich and ecletic on different types of books you read.
    I liked that!

    educhico AT gmail DOT com

    • Yeah Edu, you are a bit late. Sorry πŸ™

      Better luck next time!

  • Strangelove

    I would love to win The Graveyard Book by Neil Gaiman.
    I love his Sandman comics but never got to read something from him that was not comic book, so I would really like to try it out.

    I just got to your blog at this moment but I went to take a look around.
    It’s very sober, which I like. And I loved the review on The Bad Girl, from an author I love!

  • 1inseveralbillion

    Magyk by Angie Sage sounds magical! I hear it’s becoming a movie (correct me if I’m wrong) so I’d like to be ready for it XD
    I love your blog layout esp. the links at the top ‘Shhh… I am Reading’ and what you did with the heading on the Magyk book review!

    Cheers,
    june.mmix@gmail.com

  • I’d like to read The White Tiger by Aravind Adiga, because since Life of Pi I’m open for indian stories and this sounds good. (And it’s a Man Booker Prize winner!)
    And I really like that your sense of taste for books is diversified!

    +2 I’m a new Twitter follower

    szaboszilvia(at)gmail(dot)com

    Thanks for the opportunity and Happy Blogoversary!

  • Aik

    Hi, I’m Aik. Here’s my e-mail address : aikychien at yahoo dot com

    I’d love to win Ptolemy’s Gate by Jonathan Stroud. I’m always interested with stories that have something to do with Egypt. I also see that you gave it 5 stars, which makes me want to read it even more!

    +1 Tweeted:
    http://twitter.com/aikchien/status/5970553510

    +1 Blogged:
    http://aik-friendsnfamily.blogspot.com/2009/08/list-of-worldwide-giveaways.html

    +2 Follow on Twitter @aikchien

  • I’d love to win with The Graveyard book or the Lightening Thief because I’ve heard great things about both books.
    I’ve mentioned the contest on my blog: http://blog.42scifi-fantasy.com/2009/11/more-international-book-giveaways.html

    Simcha

    FortyTwoSciFi-Fantasy@Hotmail.com

  • Amrit

    Wow…Congrats Nishi.

    And I liked the way you designed this concept of Giveaway! πŸ˜€

  • Bianca F

    hey.
    thanks for posting comp.
    I would like to read The Eight by Katherine Neville because i appreciate the effort you took in reviewing and rating the book 5 stars and i trust your judgement that it is a breathtakingly amazing book, it also sounds very thoughtful and something you can really focus your thoughts on.
    +1 tweeted about comp. http://twitter.com/baf8464
    +1 recommended on facebook, bianca flatman
    +2 Following on twitter
    thanks πŸ˜€

  • Margie

    I would love to read The Eight. I enjoy books that solve some sort of puzzle and have scenes in more than one timeframe.
    I just ran across your website and enjoyed it! You have some great reviews. I found several books that I would like to read.

  • Great Giveaway! I would want The Tales of Beedle the Bard J.K. Rowling because I read the Harry Potter series and loved it. I like your blog because it’s not all clustered together.

    tirachii@yahoo.com

    http://fantasysink.blogspot.com/

    +2 Following on Twitter – PheonixFire2

  • throuthehaze

    I would love Magyk – Angie Sage, This is one of my favorite series!

    I like that your blog is very organized and even though you have a lot in your sidebar it doesn’t look cluttered.

    +2 follow on twitter @throuthehaze

    Raelena
    throuthehaze at gmail dot com

  • bibimukh

    Nish, I have an award for you in my blog.
    http://sumanam.wordpress.com/

  • Happy Blogoversary!

    I’ve read your review of The Eight and would love to read it! Books that teach you things (to quote “alchemy, physics, chess, mathematics, history, and a heavy dose of mysticism”) are my favourites 8D

    I like that you post up reviews for books you don’t like as much, so it’s easier to judge other books by that standard (ex. blogs that only post up reviews of 4-star or 5-star books are rather ambiguous). Also, the photos on The Eight review were a nice addition =)

    +1 blog post/sidebar http://angeltyuan.blogspot.com/2009/10/book-giveaways.html

    thanks!

    – ninefly(at)gmail.com

  • Sharon A

    I’d choose The Thief Lord. I enjoy your blog because it is not cluttered with so much stuff that it crashes my computer. sharonaquilino(at)hotmail(dot)com

  • Nycole

    Hi I;m Nycole
    knycks1@aol.com

    I think I would like THE WISHBONES.
    I’m a little into Chick lit right now, mostly because it’s easy to read, and this seems like chick lit from the male perspective which is interesting.

    You write great book reviews. They’re personal to your tastes which is nice.

  • bunnyb

    +2 Dugg this page. ID: bunnymoney
    Thanks!

    bunnybx at gmail . com

  • I would love to win the Graveyard book for my mother. She would like it.

    milkavainamo@lyseo.edu.ouka.fi

    I love how your reviews are honest, you really tell what you think. I also love the simple blog template.

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  • bunnyb

    +1 Tweeted: http://twitter.com/bunnyb/status/5738928270
    +1 Blogged: http://bunnymoney9.blogspot.com/2009/11/new-links.html
    +2 Follow on twitter: @bunnyb

    bunnybx at gmail . com

  • bunnyb

    I would love to read The Graveyard Book by Neil Gaiman because I’ve read lots of great reviews on it, and I’ve never read a Neil Gaiman novel before.

    I like your book reviews, and rating system. It definitely gives me an idea on whether I would enjoy the book or not. πŸ™‚ Thanks!

    bunnybx at gmail . com

  • Would love to win the copy of the Tales of Beetle the Bard. Huge Harry Potter fan and have been wanting to read that particular book for a very long time.

  • Ana

    Happy Blogoversary Nishita!!! Thanks for doing the giveway, I would go for The White Tiger or World Without End.

  • lcintocable[a]gmail[d]com

    I’d love to enter to win The Graveyard Book by Neil Gaiman for my best friend. It seems like the kind of book she’d love. Christmas is coming up and as a college student….yeah it would help hehe πŸ™‚

    I’m really liking the blog especially your book reviews! I LOVE how they’re so honest. I freakin’ hate it when reviewers are dishonest. I really trust people’s opinions so if someone says a book is this way and it turns out it’s that way, well, it sucks.

  • nieceyd@gmail.com

    I like the look of The White Tiger – Aravind Adiga
    I’ve heard good things about it.

    Your blog is nice because your posts are not too long and you use bullet points, which I’m a fan of. I’m a busy mom with way too many subscriptions on my reader and I always appreciate a nice punchy post with useful info/reviews

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