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Beautiful Days Giveaway

I just finished reading Beautiful Days. Unfortunately, I am up to my neck in books at my house and have no where to put this lovely book now that I'm done. My TBR shelf is hogging all the room in my study. That just goes to show that one person's misfortune is another person's ticket to a hot giveaway! The giveaway will run from October 15-21, 2011.  Hope you enjoy!

  • Open to US and Canada mailing addresses only. 
  •  This is a hardback edition of Anna Godbersen's book, Beautiful Days. You can check out my review here if you want more information.
  • Leave your email address in the comments section is you're interested. 
  • You don't have to be a blog follower for this one, but it is appreciated. 

Easy Peasy. =) Spreading the word would be awesome and much appreciated too.


  1. I'm excited to start this series. No need to enter me, I have both. I love anything Flappers.

  2. Mary D
    zenrei57 (at) hotmail dot com
    GFC Mary DeBorde [M.A.D.]

    I have been eager to read this for EVER!! Thank you so much for such a super-sweet giveaway :D

  3. This book looks awesome.

  4. I still haven't read this... its time for me to open it and see what all the fuss is about!
    Thanks for the giveaway!
    katie_tp AT yahoo DOT com

  5. I would love to read this one. They didn't have them at BEA, and I was so hoping to get a copy there. Thanks!
    leyser73 at yahoo dot com

  6. Just started the first book in this series and I really like it! I know I'm going to want the second before long.

  7. Haven't had a time to start this series, but I've heard nothing but great things about it :) thanks so much for the giveaway! please count me in.


  8. I've read her other series and thinks she does really great YA historicals. Thanks for the giveaway!

    alltherhage AT gmail DOT com

  9. I'm about to read the first book in this series, but I know t hat I love her work so..I'm sure it will be great. Would love to win this. Thanks for the chance!


  10. Ooo I love that cover and it reminds me of the Jillian Larkin cover Vixens
    tlabunski **((gmail))**
    Pabkins @ Mission to Read

  11. Thank you so much! This series looks great!

  12. Thanks for the awesome giveaway! I bought the first book from Borders previously but I still need to read it! I would love to win this book, too!

    jadedlittlegirlx AT gmail DOT com

  13. I just got book 1, so I'd love this!


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