Sunday, July 4, 2010

"TAKE HACHETTE TO THE BEACH" BOOK GIVEAWAY

GIVEAWAY ENDED
WHAT'S BETTER THAN A
GOOD BOOK ON A
LAZY SUMMER DAY?

ANSWER:
FIVE GREAT BOOKS
FROM HACHETTE!


"TAKE HACHETTE TO THE BEACH"
BOOK
GIVEAWAY INCLUDES THESE FIVE
GREAT NEW
BOOKS FOR THE WINNER:

ADAM
By
Ted Dekker


THE ISLAND
By
Elin Hilderbrand

THE RECESSIONISTAS
By
Alexandra Lebenthal

RICH BOY
By Sharon Pomerantz


BACKSEAT SAINTS
By Joshilyn Jackson

*****************************
GIVEAWAY

THANKS TO VALERIE AND THE
HACHETTE BOOK GROUP, I HAVE
ONE SET OF THESE FIVE
BRAND NEW BOOKS TO GIVE AWAY
TO ONE LUCKY WINNER!



--U.S. AND CANADIAN RESIDENTS ONLY
--NO P. O. BOXES
---INCLUDE YOUR EMAIL ADDRESS
IN CASE YOU WIN!
--ALL COMMENTS MUST BE SEPARATE TO
COUNT AS MORE THAN ONE!

HOW TO ENTER

+1 ENTRY: COMMENT ON WHICH OF THE BOOKS YOU ARE MOST EAGER TO WIN OF THE FIVE EVEN THOUGH YOU WOULD WIN ALL FIVE OF THEM

+1 MORE ENTRY:
BLOG OR TWEET ABOUT THIS GIVEAWAY AND THEN COME BACK AND LEAVE A LINK

+1 MORE ENTRY:
CLICK ON ONE TITLE OF A BOOK ABOVE THAT WILL TAKE YOU TO THE HACHETTE BOOK GROUP SITE AND TELL YOU OTHER THINGS ABOUT THE BOOK AND AUTHOR. LOOK AROUND AND COME BACK AND COMMENT ON WHAT YOU FOUND OUT ABOUT THAT BOOK AND/OR AUTHOR. IF YOU WISH, YOU MAY DO THIS FOR EVERY BOOK HOWEVER EACH BOOK YOU LOOK UP AND WRITE ABOUT MUST BE ENTERED SEPARATELY TO COUNT AS EXTRA ENTRIES. (GIVES 5 POSSIBLE MORE ENTRIES)

+1 BONUS ENTRIES:
SOME OF THESE BOOKS MAY BE HIGHLIGHTED AS INDIVIDUAL GIVEAWAYS. IF YOU ENTER TO WIN THE SINGLE COPY OF ONE OF THESE ON ANOTHER OF MY GIVEAWAYS, PLEASE COMMENT HERE AS TO WHAT BOOK YOU ENTERED FOR AND WHAT THE NUMBER OF YOUR COMMENT IS. IN THAT I APPROVE ALL COMMENTS BEFORE THEY POST, YOU MAY HAVE TO WAIT TO SEE WHAT NUMBER YOU ARE.


GIVEAWAY ENDS AT
6 PM, EST, AUGUST 12!


407 comments:

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Steve Capell said...

I would have to pick the Ted Dekker novel "Adam" as book book of first choosing to read. I have done some research on Ted Dekker before and he had a very unusual upbringing ... Dekker was born to missionaries who lived among the headhunter tribes of Indonesia. His first novels had strong spiritual themes and won several awards and more recently he writes serial killer novels and fantasy. I wonder how much of his child rearing years influenced his writing as an adult. I also had the opportunity to listen to Ted on Blogradio a few months ago and after his interview I am really wanting to read one of this novels. Thanks for hosting this giveaway.


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Mash1195 said...

I would say that "Adam" is the one I would read first.
CMash
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Mash1195 said...

Adam, according to synopsis on site has all the makings for a good read, FBI, serial killer, amnesia. This would be my 1st read.
CMash
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Mash1195 said...

Elin Hilderbrand lives on Nantucket Island, I have never been but always wanted to go.
CMash
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lv2scpbk said...

I really want to read Backstreet Saints. This looks like a really one to me.

lv2scpbk said...

I clicked on The Island and noticed about the author, book description, different tabs to click onto to.

lv2scpbk said...

I also clicked on Backstreet Saints. I think I can relate to this book as I was also in an abusive relationship.

lv2scpbk said...

Another book clicked on called Adam about an FBI tracking a serial killer named Eve.

Debs Desk said...

Elin Hilderbrand is one of my favorite authors so I cant wait to read The Island. Please include me in your giveaway.
Thanks
Debbie
debdesk9(at)verizon.net

Debs Desk said...

TED DEKKER is the author of twenty-two novels, with more than 3 milllion copies of his books sold to date, 1 million of them sold in 2007 alone.
Thanks
Debbie
debdesk9(at)verizon.net

debbie said...

I would like to read the island first, and all the rest.
twoofakind12@yahoo.com

Debs Desk said...

Nantucket, has been the setting for Elin Hilderbrands eight previous novels.
Thanks
Debbie
debdesk9(at)verizon.net

Debs Desk said...

Alexandra Lebenthal serves as a board member of the School of American Ballet.
Thanks
Debbie
debdesk9(at)verizon.net

rhapsodyinbooks said...

I guess I would start with the Ted Dekker book. It seems like a perfect "beach" book!

nbmars AT yahoo DOT com

rhapsodyinbooks said...

I clicked on The Recessionistas and found out it involves money hidden in the Cayman Islands. I have always been curious about money hidden there!

nbmars AT yahoo DOT com

Debs Desk said...

Sharon Pomerantz story "Ghost Knife" was included in The Best American Short Stories 2003.
Thanks
Debbie
debdesk9(at)verizon.net

Debs Desk said...

Joshilyn Jackson is the author of GODS IN ALABAMA; BETWEEN, GEORGIA; and THE GIRL WHO STOPPED SWIMMING and I loved them all.
Thanks
Debbie
debdesk9(at)verizon.net

Colleen Turner said...

I love this giveaway, what a great idea! I have seen this same giveaway on another blog and whoever wins them will be set for the summer! The book I am looking forward to reading most of the ones to be won is Backseat Saints. It sounds like a difficult but satisfying read and I have had it on my TBR list for a while.
Thanks,
candc320@gmail.com

Colleen Turner said...

I learned that Ted Dekker is the author of twenty-two novels. I found this interesting because I haven't read any of his books yet and they sound very exciting. I don't know how I missed him!
candc320@gmail.com

Colleen Turner said...

I learned that, while Elin Hilderbrand has traveled extensively, all eight of her previous novels take place in Nantucket, where she settled.
candc320@gmail.com

Colleen Turner said...

I learned that the author of Recessionistas has worked in the business/management world in New York as did her father. This makes me think her book will not only be entertaining but factual.
candc320@gmail.com

tawnda said...

+1 Adam sounds the best
+1 key words... serial killer, FBI, victim found alive

Colleen Turner said...

Rich Boy sounds like the classic story of the poor, smart boy making it into the inner circle of the rich and elite only to find out that isn't where he wants to be or belongs. Love these sorts of stories!
candc320@gmail.com

Colleen Turner said...

Okay, Backseat Saints in the book I am looking forward to the most. The synopsis alone drew me in. I learned from the website that it is the story of an abused woman who learns from a psychic that her husband is going to kill her if she doesn't kill him first. What will she decide to do? I can't wait to find out!
candc320@gmail.com

Colleen Turner said...

+4SWAG!
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Libby's Library said...

Either Adam or The Island.
Thanks so much for the giveaway!!!

libneas[at]aol[dot]com

Janet Ruth said...

If I won, I would read The Island by Elin Hilderbrand first. Thanks for a great giveaway package.

Anonymous said...

My pick of this litter of books is
"Back Seat Saints". I have read many reviews of it and they were all glowing.


CarolNWong(at)aol(dot)com

Anonymous said...

The author of the "Island", Elin Hilderbrand is priviledged to live right on Nantucket where the story is set. I read that she used that setting for 8 of the books that she has written. Since I have a special fascination for Nantucket (a lot of family history there)I am now wanting to read all of her books! She graduated from John Hopkins.

CarolNWong(at)aol(dot)com

Anonymous said...

"The Recessionists" centers around John Cutter, a hedge fund owner, going through a nasty divorce and hiding what is left of his assets in the Cayman Islands. His new assistant, Renee smells something wrong and investigates with her friend, Sasha.


CarolNWong(at)aol(dot)com

scottsgal said...

The Island would be my first choice
msboatgal at aol.com

scottsgal said...

Elin Hilderbrand graduated from John Hopkins University
msboatgal at aol.com

Anonymous said...

"Rich Boy", is about Robert Vishniak from working class Jewish neighborhood. Because of his looks and intelligence is able to enter the top layers of New York Society. But he meets a beautiful from his old neighborhood and everything changes.



CarolNWong(at)aol(dot)com

scottsgal said...

Joshilyn Jackson is the mother of 2 and has worked as an actor
msboatgal at aol.com

Colleen Turner said...

"+5 for the 4th FB Fan!
candc320@gmail.com

scottsgal said...

Ted Dekker sold 1 million copies of his books in 2007
msboatgal at aol.com

scottsgal said...

Alexandra Lebenthal is a board member of the School of American Ballet
msboatgal at aol.com

Anonymous said...

In "Adam", FBI agent, Daniel Clark,
is trying to find a serial killer named Eve. While trying rescue her still not dead victim(named Heather), he receive a his bullet to his head. He struggles with amnesia to remember what Eve looked like and to save himself and Heather from Eve.

CarolNWong(at)aol(dot)com

Anonymous said...

The author of "Back Seat Saints", Joshilyn Jackson is an expert on the Deep South. She is now living near Atlanta, Georgia,has done acting, teaching and is the mother of two children.

CarolNWong(at)aol(dot)com

Anonymous said...

I also entered the contest for "The
Secrets of Newberry".

CarolNWong(at)aol(dot)com

Katia said...

I'd really like to read "Adam"
kr_moreau(at)doglover(dot)com

Katia said...

Amnesia does put a very interesting twist to this novel "Adam".
kr_moreau(at)doglover(dot)com

Katia said...

Something tells me that Chess' fiance's death was not an accident.
kr_moreau(at)doglover(dot)com

Katia said...

I'm sure John Cutter's scheme is going to backfire and the truth will come out victorious.
kr_moreau(at)doglover(dot)com

Bookventures said...

The Island sounds particularly interesting. I've heard some interesting things about the author and i would love to give it a try.

I am an old follower.

bookventuresbookclub AT gmail DOT com

Alyce said...

I've seen good reviews of Backseat Saints, so I'd have to say that that's the one I would look forward to winning the most.

akreese (at) hotmail (dot) com

grannyvon said...

I would like to pick Adam by Ted Dekker my first pick. Ted Dekker had a unusual upbringing as his parent where missionies to Indonesia among tribes that were headhunters. I also like FBI books.

Marjorie said...

I would read Ted Dekker's new book first.
This is a super giveaway.

cenya2 at hotmail dot com

amandawk said...

Tweeted. http://twitter.com/amandawk/status/17738758336
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amandawk said...

I am most looking forward to reading Backseat Saints. I am a big fan of Joshilyn Jackson.
amandarwest at gmaildotcom

Tina said...

I just finished reading Elin Hilderbrand's "Castaways" and really enjoyed it, so I think "The Island" would be my first choice.

amandawk said...

I learned that Ted Dekker sold 1 million books in 2007 alone. Impressive!
amandarwest at gmaildotcom

amandawk said...

The Island is set on Nantucket, like all of her other books.
amandarwest at gmaildotcom

amandawk said...

Alexandra Lebenthal is the president and CEO of Lebenthal and Co.
amandarwest at gmaildotcom

amandawk said...

Joshilyn Jackson worked as an actor and teacher.
amandarwest at gmaildotcom

amandawk said...

Sharon Pomerantz's story "Ghost Knife" was included in The Best American Short Stories 2003.
amandarwest at gmaildotcom

traveler said...

The book Adam sounds unique and extraordinary. saubleb(at)gmail(dot)com

traveler said...

Rich Boy has a unique and unusual premise which interests me greatly. saubleb(at)gmail(dot)com

petite said...

I am interested in the book Rich Boy which sounds captivating. rojosho(at)hotmail(dot)com

holdenj said...

All five look great for the summer tote bag, but I think I would read The Island first, it looks very summery! Thanks!
JHolden955(at)gmail(dot)com

holdenj said...

Elin Hildebrand lives on Nantucket, which sort of explains why she sets those great summer books there!
JHolden955(at)gmail(dot)com

holdenj said...

Joshilyn Jackson lives in Georgia and in her own bio, says one of her favorite author is Harper Lee.
Thanks.
JHolden955(at)gmail(dot)com

holdenj said...

Dekker's Adam novel has a hero named Daniel tracking a serial killer named Eve. Wonder where Adam fits in?
JHolden955(at)gmail(dot)com

holdenj said...

At first look, I thought Recessionistas would be about people surviving the crash, not possibly causing it. Lebenthal's background seems to give her good insight to hedge fund mgrs and Lehman Bros. goings on.
JHolden955(at)gmail(dot)com

holdenj said...

Rich Boy is a debut novel for Pomerantz, who teaches at the University of Michigan.
JHolden955(at)gmail(dot)com

Margie said...

If I had to pick (they all look interesting!) it would be Island. This looks like an intriguing combination of family drama and a little suspense....a good summer read.
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Margie said...

Island...
After extensive travel, the author has settled in Nantucket. This is the setting for her previous 8 novels.
mtakala1 AT yahoo DOT com

Margie said...

Adam....
Decker is a NY Times best selling author. His books always contain good plot twists and interesting characters.
mtakala1 AT yahoo DOT com

Margie said...

Rich Boy...
This is the author's first novel. She currently teaches at the University of Michigan.
mtakala1 AT yahoo DOT com

Margie said...

Recessionistas..
This book sounds like it was taken from today's headlines. The author is President and CEO of a wealth management company.
mtakala1 AT yahoo DOT com

Margie said...

Backseat Saints...
This sounds like a book with a very difficult subject matter. I'm sure the reader will take the main character to heart and root for her escape. This book is based on a minor character from a previous novel, Gods in Alabama.
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Margie said...

+4 Swag in July
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Anonymous said...

I am most eager to read THE ISLAND because I enjoy books about family relationships.

Anonymous said...

I would like to read THE ISLAND.

monagarg@yahoo.com

Debbie said...

I'm anxious to read Backseat Saints!
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Margie said...

+5 for the 4th FB Fun (entry 4)
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Debbie said...

Tweeted here: http://twitter.com/suburbsanity/status/17746133503

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Nan said...

I think Backyard Saints I am most interested in... I've seen it on so many websites!

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DarcyO said...

I tweeted: http://twitter.com/darcy1956/status/17751565341

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DarcyO said...

I want to read Backseat Saints. I've heard good things about it.

dlodden at frontiernet dot net

DarcyO said...

Joshilyn Jackson has been an actor and a teacher, too.

dlodden at frontiernet dot net

Charleydog said...

I am most eager to win "The Island."

pboylecharley AT hotmail DOT com

Linda Kish said...

I would choose Adam for my first choice. I love a good thriller.

lkish77123 at gmail dot com

Linda Kish said...

Ted Dekker sold 1 million books in 2007 alone.

lkish77123 at gmail dot com

Linda Kish said...

Nantucket was the setting for Elin Hilderbrand's previous 8 books.

lkish77123 at gmail dot com

Linda Kish said...

Alexandra Lebenthal is the socially prominent President and CEO of Lebenthal & Co, and its wealth management division, Alexandra & James Inc.

lkish77123 at gmail dot com

Linda Kish said...

This is Sharon's Pomerantz first novel and what a great story.

lkish77123 at gmail dot com

Linda Kish said...

Backseat Saints..I like stories where women break free from abusive relationships and find themselves.


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donnas said...

Tweet - http://twitter.com/DonnaS1/statuses/17762056887

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donnas said...

I would say Adam would be the first. I have read good things about Ted Dekker's books but havent had the chance to read one yet.

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bettycd said...

Dekker for sure - It's been awhile since I read one of his books.

Simply Stacie said...

I would say Adam by Ted Dekker. I am a fan of his books so I am looking forward to reading his new one.

simplystacieblog at gmail dot com

Pamela Keener said...

I would love Elin Hilderbrand The Island as my first pick.
Love & Hugs,
Pam
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Pamela Keener said...

I love that the book is set in Nantucket. The premise of the book sounds intriguing. The author grew up in Collegeville, PA which is not too far from where I grew up too.
Love & Hugs,
Pam
pk4290(at)comcast(dot)net

Pamela Keener said...

Adam sounds like a real page turner.
In the description he sees the serial murderer but then gets amnesia ag=fter a gunshot to the head. Mercy me I need to read this book.
Love & Hugs,
Pam
pk4290(at)comcast(dot)net

Pamela Keener said...

Wow Alexandra Lebenthal has many titles as well as being an author.
She is President and CEO of Lebanthal and company and serves on the board for School of the American Ballet and is involved with several other charital organizations.
Love & Hugs,
Pam
pk4290(at)comcast(dot)net

Tore said...

I would choose Adam by Ted Dekker because I love reading his books. Please enter me in contest. Tore923@aol.com

Vicki said...

The book I'm the most eager to win is "The Island" by Elin Hilderbrand

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Vicki said...

Tweet: http://twitter.com/ReadAtTheBeach/status/17791959611

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Vicki said...

Ted Dekker has sold more than 3 milllion copies of his books to date, 1 million of them sold in 2007 alone.

readingatthebeach(@)gmail(.)com

Vicki said...

Joshilyn Jackson has worked as an actor and an award-winning teacher.

readingatthebeach(@)gmail(.)com

Vicki said...

Rich Boy is Sharon Pomerantz first novel.

readingatthebeach(@)gmail(.)com

Vicki said...

In The Recessionistas, John Cutter is hiding assets from his wife Mimi in the Cayman Islands.

readingatthebeach(@)gmail(.)com

Vicki said...

Elin Hilderbrand grew up in Collegeville, PA

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Cass said...

Either The Island or The Recessionistas. They both sound interesting.

Thanks for the giveaway.

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Benita said...

I'd most like to read Backseat Saints.

bgcchs(at)yahoo(dot)com

Cathe Olson said...

Backseat Saints sounds really intriguing.

Loren said...

What a wonderful giveaway :)

I am torn between Adam and Back Seat Saints!I haven't ever read either of these authors but am really wanting to!

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Loren said...

What a wonderful giveaway :)

I am torn between Adam and Back Seat Saints!I haven't ever read either of these authors but am really wanting to!

lrn.mcghee@gmail.com

Karen said...

If I had to choose just one, it would be a toss-up between Ted Dekker and Elin Hilderbrand.

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Pamela Keener said...

Rich Boy is Sharon Pomerantz first novel although she has written short stories which received acclaim.
Love & Hugs,
Pam
pk4290(at)comcast(dot)net

Pamela Keener said...

Joshilyn Jackson has worked as an actor and an award winning teacher.
Love & Hugs,
Pam
pk4290(at)comcast(dot)net

Beverly said...

While all of the books look interesting but the one of the group I most want to read is Backseat Saints.

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Beverly said...

Ted Dekker the author of Adam has written more than 20 books.

Wow - what an accomplishment

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Beverly said...

From The Island info I learned that Tuckernuck Island is off the coast of Nantucket

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Beverly said...

The author of The Recessionistas is the President of a wealth management division of a financial company.

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Beverly said...

In Rich Boy, the main character grew up in a working class neighborhood and ends up being part of high society in Manhattan

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Beverly said...

The storyline of Backseat Saints shows the affect of abuse on the current and future generations

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itsJUSTme said...

I am most excited about "Adam", I am a huge Ted Dekker fan!!! Also interested in "The Island". I just finished "Backseat Saints" so I would give that one to my daughter.

dor said...

They sound really good but The Island sounds great. Who wouldn't want to get away to an island. Sounds like a great read.

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dor said...

I tweeted this...
http://twitter.com/DoreenRiopel/status/17819885279

dorcontest at gmail dot com

dor said...

tweet
http://twitter.com/DoreenRiopel/status/17819885279

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dor said...

The author of Adam is the author of twenty-two novels.

dorcontest at gmail dot com

dor said...

The Island was written by Elin Hilderbrand. She lives on Nantucket with her husband and their three young children.

dorcontest at gmail dot com

dor said...

The author of THE RECESSIONISTAS's father is Jim Lebenthal, who made his name in municipal bonds.

dorcontest at gmail dot com

dor said...

The author of Rich Boy is Sharon Pomerantz. She is a graduate of the University of Michigan's M.F.A. program.

dorcontest at gmail dot com

dor said...

The author of Backseat saints is Joshilyn Jackson who has actually worked as an actor.

dorcontest at gmail dot com

By Book or By Crook said...

I would love to win Adam by Ted Dekker. I am a Dekkerholic!

aksimmo at brainerd dot net

Sarah Z said...

The Island sounds great!
Thanks - Sarah Z
believedreamcourage (at) gmail.com

Melanie L said...

I learned that Ted Dekker is the author of 22 novels.
peacelily_2006(at)yahoo(dot)com

Melanie L said...

I would read Adam first. I recently bought my first Ted Dekker book and would like to read something else he wrote.
peacelily_2006(at)yahoo(dot)com

Melanie L said...

Elin Hilderbrand, author of The Island, lives in Nantucket which has been the setting for 8 of her novels.
peacelily_2006(at)yahoo(dot)com

Melanie L said...

Alexandra Lebenthal is the president and CEO of a company and is involved with several art institutions and museums.
peacelily_2006(at)yahoo(dot)com

Melanie L said...

Sharon Pomerantz, author of Rich Boy, teaches writing at the University of Michigan.
peacelily_2006(at)yahoo(dot)com

Melanie L said...

Joshilyn Jackson has worked as an actor and teacher before starting a writing career.
peacelily_2006(at)yahoo(dot)com

g.g. said...

I think I would pick Adam by Ted Dekker because I read his last book and liked it a lot.

anjamie4 AT gmail dot com

g.g. said...

Adam is about FBI behavioral psychologist Daniel Clark and that is one thing I found when I looked up the book

anjamie4 AT gmail DOT com

g.g. said...

Birdie Cousin has been through a difficult divorce in The Island and that is one thing I found when I looked up the book

anjamie4 AT gmail DOT com

g.g. said...

John Cutter is in the middle of an ugly divorce and is a Hedge Fund investor in The Recessionistas and that is one thing I found when I looked up the book

anjamie4 AT gmail DOT com

g.g. said...

The author of Rich Boy is a graduate of the U. of Michigan and that is one thing I found when I looked up the book

anjamie4 AT gmail DOT com

g.g. said...

Rose Mae Lolley is in an abusive marriage in Backseat Saints and that is one thing I found when I looked up the book

anjamie4 AT gmail DOT com

g.g. said...

I entered Backseat Saints at # 25

anjamie4 AT gmail DOT com

DK's Book Reviews said...

Adam by Ted Dekker would be the one. I just finished The Bride Collector and it was very good. Would love to read another.

dkay401@gmail.com

Sue said...

Most eager to read The Island. It just looks like the perfect summer book. Thanks for the giveaway.

s.mickelson at gmail dot com

throuthehaze said...

I would be eager to read Adam
throuthehaze at gmail dot com

Tina said...

I'm most anxious to get Backseat Saints - I love Joshilyn Jackson's work.

tbranco(at)hughes (dot)net

Tina said...

I blogged about all your giveaways on http://tutus2cents.blogspot.com/2010/07/bingo-does-it-again-too-many-to-miss.html

and I have a permanent Bingo Button link on my giveaway sidebar

tbranco (at)hughes DOT net

Tina said...

The book Adam looks interesting because it features a behavioral psychologist instead of a cop or a lawyer..sound like a great one.

tbranco (AT)hughes (DOT)net

Tina said...

The Island is really going to be a good one. I like the setting off Nantucket, and I love Elin Hilderbrand's work.

tbranco (AT) hughes (DOT) net

Tina said...

The Recessionistas sounds fantastic - some good fiction based on the current (or just recent) financial mess on Wall Street. What a combo.

tbranco (at)hughes (dot)net

Tina said...

Rich Boy is one I'm anxious to read. It starts in Philadelphia in the 70's and I actually lived there for six months during that period.

tbranco(at)hughes(d0t)net

Tina said...

I first read of Rose Mae Lolley in Jackson's "Gods in Alabama" and really really want to follow her in this one.

tbranco(at)hughes(dot)net

Tina said...

I also entered the Backseat Saints giveaway- I am comments 1,2, and 3.

tbranco(at)hughes(dot)net

Cams said...

I think I would like to win a copy of Adam Ted Dekker is a good writer and I think this book will be very interesting.

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Cams said...

Adam seems like it is going to play out in an very intersting way considering he has amnesia and is trying to solve a crime spree. It's like something being right infront of you but not being able to make it out.

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Alison's Book Marks said...

Great giveaway!
I would have to say The Island - I love Elin's books!

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Alison's Book Marks said...

Tweeted:
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I really don't think the book The Island is for me the romance / loss of romance not really my thing

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The Recessionistas is about a couple of guys going through a hard time financially which I think we can all relate to in some respects but it seems there's a twist and these guys try to reinvent themselves

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Cams said...

Rich Boy seems like a book about a boy who dreams big and makes it happen not really sure if this is try or not but I guess I will have to read it to find out.

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Sue said...

Entered the Backseats Saints giveaway. Comment #26.

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Glenn said...

Adam by Ted Dekker would be my pick. Thanks for the giveaway.

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Anonymous said...

Hi! I would love to read "The Island" by Elin Hilderbrand. I haven't read any of her books yet even though everyone I have talked to say they are wonderful. :)
Love this giveaway!!!!

Connie
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nfmgirl said...

I'm most eager for Adam!

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nfmgirl said...

Blogged:
http://cerebralgirl.blogspot.com/2010/07/book-giveaways-in-blogworld-07-03-10.html

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Audrey said...

I would most like to win The Island By Elin Hilderbrand - looks like a great summer holiday read!

audrey

ajohnman at gmail dot com

Chris said...

I'm really interested in The Recessionistas!

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CrystalGB said...

Awesome giveaway. I am most eager to read The Island.

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bison61 said...

I would be most eager to read Adam

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Rebecca Graham said...

I have been wanting to read backseat saints.

rhoneygtn at yahoo dot com

Colleen Turner said...

Woo hoo...."+5 entries FB Fan Loyalty Pays!"
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Cindy W. said...

I would love to read the Ted Dekker novel ADAM.

Smiles,
Cindy W.

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Cindy W. said...

According to the website, ADAM has the makings for a good read. It deals with the FBI, serial killers and amnesia. A book I would love to read.

Smiles,
Cindy W.

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Cindy W. said...

clicking on Backstreet Saints, I found it is about abusive relationships.

Smiles,
Cindy W.

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Cindy W. said...

In clicking on The Island I found at ELin Hilderbrands books have all been set in Nantucket. Have never been there but would love to go via the pages of her book.

Smiles,
Cindy W.

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grannyvon said...

The Island is the book I am looking most to reading. The Mother daughter bonding is usually a good book. Thanks for the chance to win the Beach Giveaway. ybutler@oppcatv.com

Cindy W. said...

I went to the site for Poor Boy and found that it is basically a story of a poor boy making it rich and living in a rich world.

Smiles,
Cindy W.

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grannyvon said...

Elin Hilderbrands novels are all set in Nantucket. The Casteaways starts with friends but when two of them are murdered they morn their loss and this began to emerge that has a "twist". I love it. ybutler@oppcatv.com

PoCoKat said...

I would like to read "The Island".

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Stacey said...

Adam, since I have read Dekker before and enjoy his work. Plus it's near the top of my current "to-acquire" list. Interesting background on this author too, mirrors some of my own.

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gcpeach17 said...

It is between "Adam" by Ted Dekker or "The Island" by Elin Hilderbrand as my 1st to pick up to read. Both covers are intriguing! Please, enter me in this giveaway and thanks, what a wonderful group of books.

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gcpeach17 said...

"Eve" a serial killer? I truly cannot wait to read this book.

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Anonymous said...

I would love to win Reccessionistas! Maybe i could learn a thing or 2!

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gcpeach17 said...

I have entered "The Island" giveaway and I am #52 & #53

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clenna said...

I would love to read Ted Dekker's Adam - he is such a good writer.

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clenna said...

Ted Dekker is known for adrenaline-laced stories packed with mind-bending plot twists, unforgettable characters and confrontations between good and evil.

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clenna said...

Joshilyn Jackson lives with her husband and children outside of Atlanta.

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clenna said...

Sharon Pomerantz is a graduate of the University of Michigan's M.F.A. program. Rich Boy is her first novel.

clenna at aol dot com

clenna said...

Alexandra Lebenthal is the socially prominent President and CEO of Lebenthal & Co, and its wealth management division, Alexandra & James Inc.

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clenna said...

Elin Hilderbrand lives on Nantucket, which has been the setting for her eight previous novels.

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Kira said...

Adam would be my first read as I love thrillers.

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Kira said...

Ted Dekker has written 22 novels and has sold over 3 million copies.

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Kira said...

Elin Hilderbrand lives on an island named Nantucket with her husband and three kids. It has been the setting for her past 5 books.

kiris089 at gmail dot com

Kira said...

Alexandra Lebenthal is the president and CEO of Lebenthal & Co / Alexandra and James Inc. She's also a board member of the School of American Ballet and is involved with other New York cultural institutions. A very busy lady!

kiris089 at gmail dot com

Kira said...

Sharon Pomerantz is a writing teacher at the University of Michigan and Rich Boy is her first novel.

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Kira said...

Joshilyn Jackson has been an actress and teacher but now focuses on writing and motherhood.

kiris089 at gmail dot com

Kasey said...

I'd have to say my pick would be the Ted Dekker novel Adam. I'm already a Dedder fan so that's probably why I'd be more drawn to that one.

Wanda said...

Backseat Saints definitely caught my attention.

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rubynreba said...

I would most like to read The Island.
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CherylS22 said...

I'm most interested in "The Island" by Elin Hilderbrand.
Thanks for the giveaway ~
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