Monday, April 1, 2013

Fools For Books 2013Giveaway Hop **Closed**


Fool for Books Giveaway Hop!
 
April 1st to 7th
No better way to spend April Fools Day!
  Join me in a giveaway hop!
 
Welcome to Mary's Cup of Tea and the Fools for Books Giveaway Hop!
I hope you will enjoy the book I have picked for you to read. It was one of my favorites and I hope that you will enjoy it as much as I did. If you click on the name of the book, it will take you back to my review so you can get a better idea of what the book is all about.
 
The Jazz Cage





Don't forget to go onto the next person and enter to win their books as well. Good Luck! Open to the U.S. only.

21 comments:

Kim Pinch said...

No I don't think I would have wanted to live in the 20's. I prefer the advancements of today.

Sherry Butcher said...

I think I would enjoy the book, but not to live then.

Judith Cauthan said...

My grandmother was born in 1915 and used to tell me stories about growing up during the 20's. It was a rough time economically, but she had good memories of it. Going back would be hard forever, but a trip back would be fun.

Bookworm (dot) judy (at) gmail (dot) com

Anita Yancey said...

I don't think I would have liked living during the 20's, both of my parents were born during the 20's and times were hard for most people back then. Thanks for having the giveaway.

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Suz said...

I think it would have been fun to grow up in the 20's - people may not have had much money but they seemed to have fun anyway! Thanks for this amazing giveaway - I would love to win!

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trishaboo said...

It would have been fun, but with our freedoms and woman's rights that have been won, I might have been in a lot of trouble, especially with the men. But I love dancing and love the dinner shows and would have loved them.

Dorothy Teel said...

I don't think I would of liked it I am too dependent on electricity and my computer, seriously I believe it was very hard adn remote living...

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Shan said...

I love the glamorous side of the Twenties but I do love modern conveniences and the right to vote.

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michele376 said...

I don't think I would have wanted to live in the 20"s. Life was hard back then.
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RILEKAT said...

I think I would have enjoyed life in the 1920's, it would have been hard but I think also worthwhile.

MCantu1019 said...

I don't think I would have liked it. I like the way things are right now.
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Meghan said...

Yes and no. I like the style of the '20s, but I wouldn't have liked the lack of technology!
April Fools Day! April fools always seems to come and go without any practical jokes played. This year, however, my parents decided to play a prank. My 62 year-old parents! Well, they purchased a very realistic-looking fake tarantula and placed it on the toilet seat. When lifted the lid, I was in for a surprise. Instead of freaking out, like my parents hoped I would, I just cursed and then asked who's idea it was. I've never played a practical joke on April Fools. I need to get more creative and think of someone who would really appreciate it. Up until this year, I would've never thought my parents would be the practical joke-playing type! By the way, did anyone see Len Goodman from DWTS play a practical joke on gymnast, Aly Raisman and her partner, Mark. I was stunned and then laughed my ass off.
Thanks for the giveaway and I hope you had an uneventful April Fools Day!

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Nikki Krutz said...

i think i would have definitely have loved parts of the 20's, but other parts, not so much ;) qtksjkmommy at gmail dot com

Kim Reid said...

I don't think I would have liked living in the 20's, thanks!

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VampedChik said...

I love the fashion from then but I dont think I would really like it.
-Amber
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desitheblonde said...

i think i would i have seen the flapper area dress and then the zuit suite and then i have had fmaily born in the eara

Book Attict said...

I think the 20's are a fantastic place to visit (via literature) but I definitely wouldn't want to live there!

Thanks for the amazing giveaway!
elizabeth @ bookattict . com

rebecca boyd said...

no,I like the time that God chose for me. sharaeab@yahoo.com

Lesley said...

I think it would have been fun and challenging in its own way, just like the world we live in today.

Robin Blankenship said...

I love reading about the twenties the clothes, the music but I dont think I would do well in that time.

robinblankenship at gmail dot com