Monday, December 29, 2014

Goodbye to 2014: Aimee's Giveaway


Last year we featured our top 13 favorite reads and gave our readers a chance to win our favorites. This year we are showcasing our top 14 reads of 2014 and giving you a chance to win some books! Each week day from December 19 - December 31 we will highlight the list of one of our Larks. Our followers can enter to win ONE book of their choice from each featured list. You are free to enter each day's giveaway. The giveaway begins today and runs through January 7th. Winners will be announced on January 8th.

Today we're featuring Aimee's list. The books on the list weren't necessarily published in 2014, but they are some of Aimee's favorites that she read this year. 

Aimee's Top 2014 Reads

















Find something that sounds good to you? Want to win ONE of these books?

Here's the giveaway details:
* You must be 13+ years of age - If you're under 18, you must have parental permission to enter
* You must be a Reading Lark follower
* This giveaway is open to US residents only
* You must fill out the Rafflecopter form

Giveaway runs from December 29 - January 7. The winner will be announced on January 8. The winner will be contacted via email.

27 comments:

  1. I would choose The Girl Who Circumnavigated Fairyland in a Ship of Her Own Making

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  2. I'd choose Love Letters to the Dead.

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  3. I think I'd most like a copy of The Bees. Thanks for the chance to win one and Happy 2015!

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    1. My husband and I keep bees, and I must say the author did her research. And also took the right amount of creative license. ;)

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  4. I would *probably* choose Austenland. Thanks! :)

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    1. Such a fun book, especially if you liked Pride & Prejudice! The sequel (Midnight in Austenland) is also wonderful.

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  5. Austenland because I've heard awesome things about it!

    thank you so very much :)

    In case rafflecopter shows my location outside US, I'm doing a semester abroad and would use my regular US address

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    1. Hooray for Austenland. And a semester abroad!!! How cool.

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    1. Lots of ash in the story either way. ;) You must like the end-of-the-world stuff. Me too.

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  7. Blood Red Road was hard for me to read at first because of the spelling, but after a few pages I got used to it and could enjoy the story!

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    1. I had the same issue, but then it just became part of the characters. I also liked that Saba isn't a very 'nice' character. Nice change of pace.

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  8. I would choose The Girl Who Circumnavigated Fairyland In A Ship of Her Own Making.
    Thanks for the chance to win!

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    1. You'll love it. The narrator's voice is spectacular.

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  9. I just want say, Mistborn y one of my favorite sagas, love everything about Mistborn word, simplemente amazing

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    1. Me too! Sanderson is a gutsy writer, no?

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  10. I'd most likely pick Love Letters to The Dead :)

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    1. I love the people she chose to write to!

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    1. Thanks for entering. I think you'll love Austenland. Such a treat of a book!

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  12. Love Letters to the Dead FTW!!! Thank you for the giveaway Aims! <3

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    1. Haven't been called Aims in a *while*! ;) Good choice and good luck.

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  13. I would choose Love Letters to the Dead by Ava Dellaira! Thank you for this amazing chance! :)

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  14. I think I would choose Love Letters to the Dead by Ava Dellaira.

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