Tuesday, August 20, 2013

Clear Your Shelf Giveaway Hop**Closed**


 
Hosted by: Kathy from I Am A Reader
 
Welcome to Mary's Cup of Tea and the Clear Your Shelf Giveaway Hop!
 
I have a great selection of 5 books that I tried to get in a wide array of different topics that might work for someone in the whole family or just you. Here they are I will give a little info on each so you can see what I mean by a variety:
 
1.)  Incidental Daughter - Readers who would enjoy a family drama interwoven with romance, suspense, and a touch of the paranormal will find it hard to put down Val Stasik's break-out novel, Incidental Daughter. When successful publisher Liz Michaels' marriage to blue blood, Addison Tiffin Payne, fails after the loss of their baby and his growing alcoholism, she pours all her creative energy and passion into her work and finds comfort in her friendships and the appearances of the spirits of her Polish mother and grandmother, who never speak except in dreams she cannot remember.
 
 
2.)  Cross The Line - When veteran NFL quarterback Noah Larson finally guides his team to the Super Bowl, his dreams -- and life -- are dashed when his six-year-old son is kidnapped for a unique ransom: lose the game or his son dies. Seattle sportswriter Cal Murphy and photographer Kelly Mendoza get pulled into an FBI sting to help rescue Noah's son in Mexico. But when everything falls apart, Cal and Kelly are left to save themselves, save Noah's son, and save the Super Bowl.
 
 
3.) The Spellcaster's Grimoire -  Bestselling witchcraft author Trish Sinclair has a shameful secret: she’s a lousy spellcaster, and the spells in her books belong to others. So when a dying warlock entrusts her with an ancient and powerful grimoire, she runs for her life from his murderer, psychotic witch Kate Cavanaugh. Kate pursues Trish relentlessly to obtain the grimoire, which holds spells to command the fearsome power of a magic crystal hidden in town—and Kate is determined to have that power.


 

4.) Staying Alive: A Love Story - Staying Alive: A Love Story is a memoir of loss and recovery about the author's search for meaning after the untimely death of her 49-year-old husband. Told with the grit and wit of a true survivor, her and her children's experience through more than ten years may be considered a quiet triumph and touchstone for anyone who has suffered -- or will suffer -- great loss.


5.) Marcie - When Kate's mother, Marcie, dies mysteriously she is forever tormented by the many questions surrounding her mother's death. In Marcie's absence Kate clings to her mother's husbands, searching for solace. As family secrets are revealed Kate works to build her own life and family, but the mystery of her mother's death sidetracks her until she finally gets the answer she's always hoped for.


All of these books are not big books and should be a nice comfortable read. The shortest is Marcie at 129 pages and the longest is Incidental Daughter at 270. Some have mysteries and one is supernatural while one is a true story.


Don't forget to follow the list below the RC form and go to the other blogger's sites and enter their giveaway.  Sorry, because they have to all be hard copy books, I can only mail in the United States. Good Luck Everyone!

35 comments:

Rachel Despins said...

My favorite book of this summer is A Discovery of Witches by Deborah Harkness.

Rachel Despins said...

I forgot to leave my email - sorry!!!
It is rdespins99(at)yahoo(dot)com

Diana Stanhope said...

So far my favorite is Deep Into the Game. Diana Stanhope mummyshope@aim.com

Tia Dalley said...

The Never List and Life After Life

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Jen P said...

Mastiff by Beka Cooper

Natasha D said...

Guilty Pleasures by Laurell K. Hamilton.
Thanks for the chance to win!
natasha_donohoo_8 at hotmail dot com

Jay Riv said...

The Submissive or Storm Born top the lists off the top of my head.

Jay Riv said...

Sorry, forgot name. So trying again. 'The Submissive or Storm Born top the lists off the top of my head.'
-Jamie J.

Michelle Willms said...

So far, my favorite book is Written in Red by Anne Bishop. Thank you so much for the giveaway.
michelle_willms@yahoo.com

Ken Ohl said...

have not read any this summer look forward to having some time maybe this fall. thankyou, ken pohl19@comcast.net

chris0855 said...

Favorite Book so far this summer is Baby Proof! chris0855@gmail.com

katja9_10 said...

My favorite is Life After Life.

Les Johnson
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Michele Luker said...

So far this year, I loved the 5th Wave!!

jmluker at vhtmail dot net
GFC Insane About Books

Books in the Burbs said...

Favorite summer read for me has been: A Hundred Summers!! I was surprised at how much I loved this book and how long the characters stayed with me, long after the last page read!

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lisa salazar

Marilyn B said...

My favorite book this summer is Rosemary Cottage by Colleen Coble.

Anita Yancey said...

My favorite so far this summer is Tell Me by Lisa Jackson. Thanks for having the giveaway.

ayancey(at)dishmail(dot)net

Estela said...

I finally got around to reading A Soldier's Wife and loved it! easagredo@yahoo.com

erma Hurtt said...

My fav was the beaitful creatures series.
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Book Attict said...

Magic Rises by Ilona Andrews and Wrong Ways Down by Stacia Kane.

Thanks for the amazing giveaway!
elizabeth @ bookattict . com

Holly Letson said...

Vol.1 of the manga series, "Happy Marriage?!"

Eva Millien said...

Thanks for sharing the hop and the giveaway. evamillien at gmail dot com

Kim Reid said...

My favorite read this summer is The Racketeer by John Grisham, thanks!

kimberlybreid at hotmail dot com

susan1215 said...
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susan1215 said...

My favorite read this Summer Insurgent by Veronica Roth

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Linda Kish said...

My favorite has been Me Before You

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Karen Arrowood said...

My favorite read this summer has been the Stark Trilogy, from Julie Kenner.

Thanks for participating in this hop!
Karen(dot)arrowood(at)sbcglobal(dot)net

LAWonder said...

I truly cannot pick a favorite but I will pickSomeone Else's Fairytale by E.M. Tippets since it was my first favorite read.

Valerie R said...

I've had so many.. In a Heartbeat by Hilary Storm, Under the Irish Sky, Dahlia.. so many.. thanks for the great hop giveaway.

vals_hemi at yahoo dot com

Erika R said...

I loved Everville the First Pillar

THanks for giveaway!

erikalrhodes at gmail dot com

Danielle @ Ladybug Literature said...
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Danielle @ Ladybug Literature said...

I read "When the World was Flat (and we were in love)" by Ingrid Jonach and it changed my life. lol Not really, but it was an exceptional book. I highly recommend it.

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Pam said...

Cloak & Silence by Sherrilyn Kenyon.

pjmillion (at) comcast (dot) net

Dorothy Teel said...

I enjoyed "For Nick by Taylor Dean, was a great read..

Dorothy Teel said...

i.teel(AT)sbcglobal(DOT)net sorry I forgot

Robin Blankenship said...

My fave read of the summer is Redheart.

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