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Thursday, June 28, 2012

Freedom to Read Giveaway Hop!

It's your choice! Free to choose whatever book your heart desires up to $12! So enjoy....



I Am A Reader, Not A Writer
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89 comments:

  1. I would probably pick one of the new books from Jennifer L. Armenstout, one of the Lux series, in or Maybe Shadows (by Jennifer L. Armenstout) if I didn't win it already.
    As for reading, I would hate to not be able to read what I like, or not at all. That question reminds me of the control over people in the bookd by James Patterson, Witch and Wizard. They took away all reading, burned all books, ect. I would DIE if I could not read.lol. Thanks for the giveaway

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  2. I would like to get The Iron King or City of Ashes.
    I can't even imagine life without a choice: it's up to everyone of us to choose the book we want to read and then be able to read it.

    Thanks for the giveaway :)

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  3. I would choose Under The Never Sky by Veronica Rossi.I would be deveasted and probably rebel against it.Thank you for the giveaway.

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  4. I would feel lost & incomplete, like a piece of me is missing. My book of choice is Halfway to the Grave by Jeaniene Frost. Thanks!

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  5. I feel all adults should be able to read what they want.

    I would get Gunmetal Magic by Ilona Andrews.

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  6. Good luck to all the participants!

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  7. The book that I've been meaning to get and read but haven't yet, is A Million Suns. So I would choose it.

    And I'd be livid if I couldn't read what I wanted.

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  8. Not too sure what I want to read - too many to choose from. I can't imagine what it would be like to have by reading habits censured

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  9. I would like Obsidian and I would be devasted without my freedom of choice

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  10. thanks for the giveaway. If I win I'll Choose Goddess Interrupted.
    I will find the way to read.

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  11. i would like onyx and i would be very upset if i couldn't read what i wanted

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  12. I would probably choose Sweet Evil. It would be awful for books to be banned and for people to not be able to read what they want. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  13. Either Obsidian by Jennifer L. Armentrout or Scarlet by A.C. Gaughen.
    That would be the worst feeling ever. I honestly can't imagine a life where I can only read as dictated.

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  14. I would loike to get Black Heart. It would be awful. I would feel lost andn miserable without the books that I want to read.

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  15. Dunno about the book, maybe Deity by Jennifer L. Armentrout. And to answer your question I wouldn't allow something like that to happen, never, ever! :)

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  16. I;d love to get Feed by Mira Grant. And if my freedom to read whatever I want was taken away, I would probably stop reading and that would totally suck. It'd be like missing part of myself

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  17. I'd love to read Tigana by Guy Gavriel Kay.

    Answering your question - I would feel angry and insulted that someone else feels like they should be dictating their opinion on others. I would probably find other ways to get books that have been banned.

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  18. I'd like to read My Unfair Godmother by Janette Rallison. I'd feel angry and frustrated if I didn't have the freedom to read what I like because it's hard to read things when you're not interested in it

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  19. I'm not sure what book I would pick yet, I have so many on my to buy list. I am so thankful to all of our men and women who fought so that I don't have to worry about my freedom to read being taken away.

    prouarmymom32(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  20. i'm not sure what book i would pick. i've got way too many that i want! i am so glad that we live in a place where we have freedom and for the most part don't have to worry about it being taken away. that would not be fun at all.

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  21. I would love to win Doubletake by Rob Thurman! :)

    If my freedom to read is taken away, I'd go to war!

    Cherry Mischievous

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  22. I would so like Lover Reborn by JR Ward... I would probably stop reading if I could not read what I want...

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  23. I would HATE it if my freedom to read whatever I wanted was taken away! I'm sure we all would!

    I'm not sure what I would get.. Probably Chosen Ones. It sounds amazing. :)

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  24. I would get Quintara of Charyn!! I love that series!! If my rights to read anything I wanted were ever taken away, I'm not sure what I would do. Start a black book market? I refuse to live in a world where I cannot read whatever I want.

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  25. I have no clue what book I'd pick - something from my huge wishlist! If my freedom to read what I wanted was taken away - I would be SO mad!! I'd probably be a book smuggler... :)

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  26. I think I would pick bloodlines by richelle mead but I am not positive. If my freedom to read whatever I wanted was taken away... wow. I think I would read anyway. I would be a book smuggler with all of the other people who answered that :)

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  27. I'd get Once Burned by Jeaniene Frost or Before I Wake by Rachel Vincent.
    I would be absolutely devastated if I lived in a world where I couldn't read. I'd probably still go and sneak some books though :)

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  28. I'd like to win Half-Blood by Jennifer L. Armentrout. I can't even imagine what would I do without my freedom and reading!

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  29. I would probably get an omnibus book-either the Ruined that was reviewed on the blog, or start getting the Soul Screamers books.

    I'm not sure how I would feel about my freedom to read being taken away. Since I've spent my entire life having that freedom, to imagine it taken away is not easy.

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  30. I choose The Golden Lily by Richelle Mead if it is within $12 otherwise I would choose Cinder. I would start and underground reading program to get the books we want from the authors to the readers so that we are still able to read what we want.

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  32. Thanks for this amazing giveaway! I would love to win and get 50 Shades of Grey! I would be very upset if I couldn't read whatever book I wanted to read! I'm glad we have the freedom to choose!

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  33. There are so many titles on my TBR list. It would be hard to choose. Maybe Tiger Lily... or Shatter Me... or The Kitchen House... or...
    Tracy A.J.

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  34. Oops, forgot to answer part two of the question (sorry)... I would obviously feel quite upset if my freedom of choice with reading materials was taken away. Knowing me, I'd probably do everything I could to get my hands on the "banned" material. Just don't tell anyone ;)

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  35. I might pick The Glimpse, but I'm not positive. If my freedom to read was taken away, I'd be beyond angry. But that wouldn't stop me from taking my chances and reading everything I wanted anyway :)

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  36. Feed by Mira Grant. :) I'd be furious. And I'd probably ignore the "ban" anyway. I'm a rebel like that... ;) Thank you for the giveaway!

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  37. Gone Missing by Linda Castillo

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  38. The Taken by vicki pettersson

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  39. The newest by James Patterson!

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  40. I think I would pick Obsidian by J.L. Armentrout. If my freedom to read anything I wanted was taken away, I would be very upset, but I would still try to find books that I wanted to read, even if it was illegal. Thanks for the giveaway and happy 4th of July! :D

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  41. I would want the Girl in the Steel Corset.
    I would be MAD! And probably read whatever i want anyway even if it means obtaining the books in illgeal ways!

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  42. Either Vanquished by Nancy Holder or Underworld by Meg Cabot. I never liked and still don't like to be told what to read, I take suggestions! :) Used to hate assigned reading High School, don't get me wrong I did my assignments but it annoyed me to read books that I wouldn't have picked given the choice. Though if it wasn't for the fact that for some odd reason almost all the English classes from middle school till my first year of college Catcher in the Rye was assigned reading I didn't like it at first but have many reads over the years I have grown to love it!

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  43. Hmm. I think I would get Sweet Evil. I have a HUGE list of books I want.

    I would not be okay if my freedom to read whenever I want got taken away. I NEED to read. It's not possible for me to go anywhere without a book.

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  44. I think I'd choose either Hemlock or The Girl in the Clockwork Collar.

    And my freedom to read? No one had better EVER mess with that! I would be devastated if I couldn't read what I wanted, when I wanted.

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  45. I'd LOVE a JD Robb book but there are SO many I don't have yet that I can't pick!

    Madness! Already some books are banned in my country. I have to get them another way

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  46. Waking Storms by Sara Porter

    How would I feel? I'm not sure I can put it into words accurately since I am a reader not a writer but I do know that "upset" and "fustrated" would be gross understatements...

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  47. I have no idea what book I would choose. No. idea! I want so many books. If I am blessed enough to win, I am going to have to do some quick research. If someone tried (tried being the operative word here) to take away my freedom to read, I just wouldn't comply. I would build a dang hidden bunker just for reading, and spend some time there everyday. A world without books is a sad world.

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  48. I'd love to win Rules of Attraction by Simone Elkeles. And I'd feel extremely upset and angry if I couldn't read what I wanted to.

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  49. Thanks for the giveaway!
    I would like to read Gone Gine Gone by Hannah Moskowitz. :)

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  50. I'd pick My Lady Mage by Alexis Morgan.
    I'd be very angry if I couldn't read what I wanted to read! And that would be an understatement!

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  51. I'd love to get Divergent. And if my freedom of reading is taken away I'd feel devastated and furious!

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  52. Obsidian

    I actually would feel upset, and that the book "Fahrenheit 451" actually came true. Maybe I would have to do what they did.

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  53. I'd love Ask and Answer by Patrick Ness. I would be very frustrated and angry and I might feel a bit lost but mostly I would be raging. Thanks for the giveaway! :D

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  54. Right now the book high on my list is Kody Keplinger's A Midsummer's Nightmare but it is well over $12 :P I'll choose one under $12 if I win. Anyway, LOL I probably would still read them anyway.

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  55. I'd love to read West of Want by Laura Kaye.

    Thanks for the amazing giveaway!
    elizabeth @ bookattict . com

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  56. I want Rebecca Zanetti's new book Claimed. I would probably be sneaking books everywhere I could. I do now and I am just a mom. ;)

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  57. I think I'd choose Insurgent by Veronica Roth.

    My freedom to read being taken away? How depressing!! I think I'd be hiding them wherever I could!

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  58. I want The Iron Daughter. If I could suddenly not read anything I wanted anymore, I would probably start reading everything from cereal boxes to junk mail.

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  59. I would choose Sweet Possession by Maya Banks. If my freedom to choose whatever book I want to read was taken away from me I would be devastated.

    Thanks for the chance!

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  60. I would love to win Insurgent. If the right to read what I wanted to was taken away I would be crushed. However I would probably read what they wanted me to. I can't imagine not being able to read at least something.

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  61. I'd love to win/read "The Fault In Our Stars" by John Green. I believe if I could not read whatever my heart desired, I'd feel as if a part of me is dead - and if I could not read at all, I'd probably feel as if all of me had died. Dramatic, yes. True? Absolutely!!! I mean, books are the perfect form of escape from the realities and hardships of life, and to be limited in that regard, to be trapped by such limitations would totally nullify its benefit!

    Thank you for being part of this giveaway hop, and for your immense generosity. Have a wonderful summer and let freedom ring!

    Name: Hira Hasnain
    Email: Enamoredsoul(at)gmail(dot)com

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  62. I'd pick Amazing Stories by John J. Ordover:
    http://www.bookdepository.com/Amazing-Stories-John-Ordover/9780743449151

    If I couldn't read what I want, I'd start writing my own.

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  63. I can't imagine not being able to read what I choose. I think I would feel like something was missing. I would choose Unraveled by Courtney Milan.

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  64. Once Burned or Insurgent or The Golden Lily....

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  65. I would get A Clash of kings or Born Wicked!

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  66. goddess interupted by aimee carter...thx u so much...

    if i couldn't read ? well i'll keep reading whatever i want...don't care if someone forbid me...

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  67. I would pick Divergent, I think.

    I am glad I have freedom to read what I like, and if that is taken away, I would be pretty upset.

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  68. I would love to read The Hunger Games! Thanks for the chance to win :)
    If my freedom to read anything was taken away I would do my best to not conform, but to protest!

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  69. I would like Samurai Game by Christine Feehan. I would be really upset and probably sneak and read what I wanted if I could find it.

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  70. I would pick Sketchy Behavior by Erynn Mangum. I think if my freedom to read was taken away I would feel frustrated and angry, because reading is a huge part of my life. Thanks for the giveaway! =)
    ~Shelby

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  71. I would be angry if my freedom to read were taken

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  72. I would choose The Litigators by John Grisham - Thanks!

    kimberlybreid at hotmail dot com

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  73. I would be angy if my feedom was taken away

    I would love to get A Million Sun's by Beth Revis

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  74. Dang it! I missed this one too. Thanks for the giveaway though!

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