Friday, July 12, 2013

Book 'Em Danno Book Hop Giveaway**Closed**


Book'em Danno Giveaway Hop

Welcome to the Book'em Danno Book Hop

This event is hosted by The Review Wire and is dedicated to book lovers everywhere.

Whether it's hardback, paperback, eBooks or gift cards to buy a book each blog participating is offering you some kind of reading adventure! After you enter my giveaway make sure to hop on down the list to see what each blogger has to offer.

Also, you can enter The Grand Prize over at The Review Wire. Two prize packs will be offered to two winners that include all children's titles and both valued at over $110 dollars!
 
Welcome to Mary's Cup of Tea and the Book 'em Danno Book Blog Hop!
 
I have two books I will be giving away in this Book Blog Hop and they are the Postcards from Misty Harbor Inn series that are really awesome! I wanted to give them together because one picks up where the other left off and it wouldn't be fair to give the 2nd book away to someone who hasn't read the first one.

I am leaving the link back to the review of both books (was in same review together) if you don't know anything about these two books, then my review will help you decide. Both books are in the same Book Review.
 
After you finish entering my giveaway, please go on to the next blogger listed in the Linky List. Good Luck!
 
1.)  Seaside Harmony
 
2.)  Sunflower Summer


Disclaimer: This giveaway ends at 11:59 PM EST on July 26, 2013. The Book'em Danno Event Bloggers are not responsible for shipment of prize or sponsors that do not fulfill their prizes. Companies and bloggers, if you would like to participate in group giveaway events like this one, sign up to be emailed about future events hosted by The Review Wire.

39 comments:

Chelsea said...

It depends on the book but usually no, I don't like to be left hanging

Paula L. said...

I do if the series is good :)

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katsrus said...

I do if the series is not too long. Thanks for the giveaaway.
Sue B

Charlotte said...

Yes, I love for books to carry on from the finished book I just read.
CABWNANA1@bellsouth.net
Charlotte

JannyBee said...

I like books the continue on in another book..I never want them to end.
Jdbenthin at cableone dot net
Janet Benthin (JannyBee)

Dorothy Teel said...

Yes as long as I have read the first one first, I love series that have characters from the first book and they are built up in the next books, They make for fun reads..

Paol Trenny said...

It really depends on the writing and the writing style of the author. A book like Harry Potter or LOTR are better as a series because they were well written with a thought out story line - Paol Trenny …………………... emscout9 at Hotmail dot com

Dorothy Teel said...

I always forget.. I am I(dot)teel (at)sbcglobal(dot)net

vickie said...

I really just like it when it's one book unless it is all condensed into one!

Martha Sturm said...

It is bittersweet to not have the story wrap up at the end of the first book. It's hard to wait, but reading the ending and not knowing what's next - wow!

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Kim Pinch said...

I don't mind stories that go onto another book as long as I know that before I start to read the book.

Kathy said...

Yes, I like series but I try not to start them until all of the books have been published.

maudemaxine@gmail.co, said...


I would definitely like to win these two books. I love the covers Please put my name in to win.
Maxie mac262(at)me(dot)com

Cheryl said...

Yes, I like stories that continue.

Anita Yancey said...

I do like stories that go on in another book, but not as well as stand alone books. Thanks for having the giveaway.

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Denise said...

I do, provided I know it before I start!

Yesenia said...

I do like some book series or trilogies.
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Bookishqueen said...

I like series.

Jay Riv said...

Yes, I am a series nut :)
-Jamie

Jillyn said...

Yes, if the first book was good!

helen may said...

I like to read! I like stories that have the same characters in the next book.

chris0855 said...

Yes I do If the series is good! chris0855@gmail.com

Renee G said...

Generally, I prefer a books that stand alone.

Eva Millien said...

It depends on the story and how good it is. If it is very good, then I don't mind putting up with having to wait for the next installment of the story.

Holly Letson said...

Yes, I do tend to read mostly series books.

susan1215 said...

I do if it's a good series.

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katja9_10 said...

It depends on the book, but usually I like for the story to finish in a single book.

Les Johnson
katja9_10 at hotmail dot com

Lesley said...

I do as long as I can start the next book right away. I hardly ever read new releases that are series until all the books are out for that reason.

michele376 said...

I do if both books are available. Too many times you have to wait a long time before the next one comes out.

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maira ramirez said...

Thanks for the giveaway!

Linda Kish said...
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Linda Kish said...

I want the story to wrap up at the end of the book.

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Mia J. said...

I like books that continue if the first book is good and leaves me wanting more.

mia at jacobsracing dot com

maudemaxine@gmail.co, said...


I have not read these books but sound really good. I would love to win them. Winning 2 books would really be great. Thanks for this give-away.
Maxie Anderson mac262@me.com

maudemaxine@gmail.co, said...

I read the candle review and it sounds interesting. I would love to win one. Maxie Anderson
Mac262(at)me(dot)com

slehan said...

Yes, if it's good writing.
No, if I get bored.
Thanks for the contest.

slehan at juno dot com

teachinmomma123 said...

I do like series but I wait until almost all are out before starting so I don't have to wait.

michedt said...

I love series, in fact, I prefer them!
Michelle Tucker
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Sam Stamp said...

I do like when the story continues in another book! Some stories just cannot be finished in one book!
Sam Stamp
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