Thursday, October 22, 2009

GIVEAWAY - it's our first (competition now closed)

Over here at Exclusively Books we love a freebie just as much as anyone.

And for no other reason than just because, we thought we would run our very first giveaway.

We are giving away 1 copy of Sophie Kinsella's new book, Twenties Girl.

It's our bookclub read for November so join us.

To enter, leave a comment and let us know what your favourite chick lit book or author is. Or if you don't like chick lit just leave a nice comment saying so.

One entry per person and the competition closes 9pm central daylight savings time on Sunday, 25th November 2009.

We'll announce the winner on Monday.

Good luck and happy reading.


Kellie said...

I'm not sure that I have favorite. I love Jane Austen, but I think a lot of women really like her. One of my newest author discoveries is Josie Kilpack and I'm really, really liking her books.

Kyle and Elisa Hutchings said...

The Twilight series by Stephanie Meyer is so awesome. You have leading men that can both take your breath away...who could choose?

Dee said...

Shelley Smylie

I love to read contempary authors as well as the classics but one of the best reads was Rosamunde Pilchers' book 'Home Coming'. It draws you into the lives of a family during the 1930's and 40's and the romance that occurs. It made me feel like I really knew these people and I wanted to know what happened to these people after the book ended. Shelley

Meggers said...

Oh, how bizarre. Our ladies club just met last night, and Twenties Girl was a strong contender. We opted for Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society and My Best Friend's Girl instead.
What a great idea though! Look forward to reading this one!

legs said...

My favourite chick-lit author has to be Debbie Macomber, she has some great books out there. Full of romance good looking guys and fiesty women who need to be loved for who they are. Great lighted reads.

nam68 said...

This is a hard question. I love jane austen and pride and prejudice is my all time favourite. i also like catherine cookson. her female characters are strong and they know who they are and they stand up forthem selfves. i also like jodi picoult. she writes from everybodies perspective so you get a great feel for all of her characters. my sisters keeper is my favourite of hers. i could go on forever. i think its great that you do this with your book club. well done to you. Nadine

Chantele said...

I love Aubrey Mace's Spare Change. That was such a cute book! :) I also liked The Cinderella Pact, though the author escapes me at the moment... I love my book club as well. It's so fun reading different books I would have never picked up!:)

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