Tuesday, May 25, 2010

GiveAway: Confessions of a Shopaholic

Who doesn't love free stuff?  Or more specifically - free books.  That's right, you heard it folks, this is ElishaReads' first giveaway. I would make inappropriate innuendos regarding my giveaway virginity, but as the Bare Naked Ladies' song goes, it's all been dooooone before.


So I'll simply get down to business. The deets:

You can win these two lovely books by Sophie Kinsella - Confessions of a Shopaholic & Shopaholic Takes Manhattan.



All you have to do is a leave a comment below answering this question:

What is one of the best can-not-live-without-it fiction novels that you've read? 

Please leave a way for me to contact you (email address, link to your blog, etc.).


Good Luck!



10 comments:

  1. One of the best novels? Anything by Jodi Picoult. My absolute favorite novel (of the moment) is A Tree Grows In Brooklyn. I read A LOT, but Kinsella's "Undomestic Goddess" has always been a good vacation read for me. However, the one book I'm dying to own and reread over and over again is "A Prayer for Owen Meany". Without a doubt in my top 3.

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  2. Can I choose a kids book? Island of the Blue Dolphins. That was such a memorable read for me when I was a kid. It inspired hours of make-believe pretending to live on a deserted island (aka my bedroom, with a "cave" made out of a sheet, "fishing" for socks strewn on the floor at the foot of my bed). Good times.

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  3. I'm going to have to be cliche and say Twilight! Haha. I swore to all my friends that I wouldn't get sucked in by the vampire madness...but it happened...and I've been obsessed ever since! :)

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  4. The first chick lit book was Jemima J by Jane Green- always have a special place for it. And loved/loved to hate the Wideacre trilogy by Phillipa Gregory but the The Other Boleyn Girl came before that (for me). I rarely reread but those stick out as memorable.

    I already have the books but I am a new follower and wanted to comment. :)

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  6. *Sorry, realized I didn't want to get my e-mail spammed*

    The Pillars of the Earth was def. a great one... It had everything — Romance, history, war, family, family secrets... I just loved it!

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  7. Invisible Monsters by Chuck Palahniuk. It is fantastically creepy and thoughtful and I love every single page of it!

    harty.stephanie at gmail dot com!

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  8. Thanks everyone for your answers! I'm excited to start reading everyone's recommendations!

    Giveaway Closed!

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  9. So I know the giveaway is closed but I would like to share my favorite. My favorite fiction that I've read is: The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho. Great story. Blessings to you. -R.

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  10. Rachel - strangely enough I just finished reading The Alchemist on July 6th. I randomly picked it up on audio at the library when I was perusing the shelves and I quickly decided that I love it. Thanks for the recommendation!

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