Cheeky Pumpkins Giveaway Hop

Cheeky Pumpkins Giveaway Hop

Welcome to the Cheeky Pumpkins Giveaway Hop & $10 Barnes & Noble Gift Card Giveaway. This wonderful time of years smells delicious. Everywhere I go I smell pumpkin, apple, and spice scents. I love the candles, soaps, and cleaners that smell like fall. Outside I’m enjoying the colors of fall and the lower temperatures. This will certainly lower our electric bill!

I’m happy to bring you this fun giveaway hop. The rules are: Entrants must be at least 18 years of age and live in a country that Barnes & Noble actually ships to. Winner will be notified and will then have 48 hours to reply and claim their prize. If they fail to do so, a new winner will be chosen. Winning entries will be verified. No social media is in any way responsible for this giveaway. Lisa’s Reading is responsible for this giveaway.

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  1. The Bible – its enriching.

  2. Payton Edgar’s Performance by M J T Seal

  3. I have a lot of favorites, hard to choose one.

  4. My favorite book of all time is Anne of Green Gables because I love the writing of L.M. Montgomery. Her characters are so delightful!

    1. I have many favorites! My youngest is getting ready to read Charlotte’s Web in our homeschool language arts time and my older daughter is reading Little Women. Those books were 2 of my favorites growing up.

  5. That’s a tough question. I love so many! I’ll go with The Dragronrider’s Of Pern series.

  6. The Notebook. It’s such a wonderful love story.

  7. Archer’s Voice by Mia Sheridan, it is just such a great story with all of the elements that make for an entertaining read that gives me all of the feels

  8. Flowers on the Attic by V.C. Andrews.

  9. The Runes Series by Ednah Walters! It is action packed and romance-packed and the lead male is a heartthrob!

  10. The Nightingale. It was a book I just couldnt put down.

  11. I have many favorites! One of my favorites growing up was Little Women. My daughter is reading it now!

  12. Blue-Eyed Devil by Lisa Kleypas. But really I love any of her books. Because I am a hopeless romantic & she writes such good love stories. 🙂

  13. Well, it’s really tough to pick a favorite, so i’ll go with the one that got me into reading again. It’s East of Eden, I was pregnant with my 4th child, and saw that it was the book in Oprah’s book club. I started reading and was hooked!

  14. Payton Edgar’s Performance by MJT Seal- one of his Payton Edgar mysteries that I enjoyed the most.

  15. I love the books written by Katherine Stone but I have not seen one come out in a bit. I like the first of her books Bel Air. But I have discovered the books written by Viola Shipman (a pen name). They are wonderful.

  16. My favorite book is Replay by K Grimwood. Its really not a spectacular read but I really liked the premise and have always thought it would be really cool to be able to “relive”…

  17. The Stainless Steel Rat because it was funny.

  18. Embrace the Night by Amanda Ashley, it is my favorite Vampire story ever

  19. Diary of a bookseller by Shaun Bythell reminds me of my favourite bookshop.

  20. My favorite book is Anne of Green Gables. The author develops her characters so well!

  21. When I was younger loved all the Little House books. Brought me into the storyline.

  22. Every Storm is probably my favorite. It is one that I can read over and over. I love the historical aspect of it, the family dynamics, and the love story.

  23. I love the Calder series by Janet Dailey, the series spans generations and all of the tragedies and triumphs that a family can experience as the years pass

  24. Anne of Green Gables because Anne is a strong girl who becomes a strong woman.

  25. sadly twilight lol I loved the romance

  26. I love Little Women! I love the sisters bond!

  27. My all-time favorite book is Great Gatsby. I love Fitzgerald’s style of writing. And the story has it all! Unrequited love, interesting characters living in the time period I love the most, unhappy marriages, a transformation of the narrator…just everything!

  28. Besides the Bible I love Ella Enchanted cause it is my favorite book from my childhood. It ts a goos story and fosters imagination.

  29. The Shining by Stephen King is my favorite horror story and given that it is almost Halloween, I thought that I would mention it. I like the horror element of course but I really love the connection between Halloran and Danny

  30. Anne of Green Gables is my favorite book because I love the characters!

  31. I love Untamed by Glennon Doyle because it applies to my life.

  32. I love the A Discovery of Witches series by Deborah Harkness, it is one of the few series that I have read more than once. The details and history were just so descriptive and vibrant that it was easy to see that the author didn’t just do extensive research to write a good story but that she had an educated and long-term knowledge of several of the elements of the backstory

  33. I can’t pick just one book as a fav, I have too many.

  34. I have many favorites! My youngest is getting ready to read Charlotte’s Web during our homeschool Language Arts time and my oldest is reading Little Women right now. Both of those books were favorites of mine growing up.

  35. Odd Thomas, it is a great paranormal story as well as an incredible love story.

  36. One of my favorites right now is Where the Crawdads Sing.

  37. Anne of Green Gables (and series) is my favourite book, because it was so beautiful to read. She was a great character. This book was the one that began my love for books and reading.

  38. I really like the Hunger Games series. My daughter read them this year. I like it because it makes you think and question. It reminds me of 1984 and Animal Farm some.

  39. Mackenzie’s Mountain by Linda Howard, I read this story years ago and I loved the setting and the main characters, this is such a great story and a great series

  40. One of my favourite books is Floating in My Mother’s Palm by Ursula Hegi.
    I loved it because the main character and her mother had an interesting relationship. Strong character studies.
    Plus, it takes place in Germany. Always a win for me.

  41. I really liked The Handmaid’s Tale and The Testaments by Margaret Atwood. They were very thought provoking.

  42. “The Invention of Wings” by Sue Monk Kidd. It’s based on the life of a female abolitionist and is both informative and unforgettable.

  43. Too many great books to name one.

  44. The Expanse series by James S.A. Corey, an intelligent and entertaining space opera that translated well to a TV series

  45. I love Stephen King It. It was so graphic and scary.

  46. I really liked The Tattooist of Auschwitz. I read it last year and it was a very touching read. Its amazing was so many had to endure there.

  47. My favourite book is The Birthhouse by Ann McKay.
    I love it because it takes place in rural Novia Scotia. The midwife
    has a gift of healing, and some of the townfolk don’t trust her.
    Some think she’s a witch.
    It was a highly interesting book.

  48. The Stand by Stephen King is one of my favorites.

  49. I actually enjoyed the Twilight books very much, in many ways, I could relate to Bella as I get totally immersed in a relationship as she did and I completely shut down when I am hurt and grieving. I also liked Stephanie Meyer’s take on the Vampire lore, it was very different from what I am used to reading

  50. I really loved Nancy Drew books because she was clever and saw details that other’s missed. I still love mysteries.

  51. My favorite children’s book to read to my little guy is The Very Hungry Caterpillar. He loves it too!

  52. My favorite book is A Wrinkle in Time. It was the first book that I loved and that got me interested in reading.
    Thanks for the contest.

  53. I loved The Boxcar Children stories when I was a kid and Charlotte’s Web, I think that out of the thousands of stories that I have read during my life, these are still some of my favorite stories and I enjoyed sharing them with my children and grandchildren

  54. I love mystyeries and Agatha Christie’s books are my favorite!

  55. I have so many to be honest. But one of my very favorites is The Lovely Bones by Alice Sebold. Sebold doesn’t shy away from the uncomfortable, though her interpretation of death and what comes after, both on Earth and in Heaven, creates a hope that you wouldn’t expect from a novel. She really paints the picture so well. She is an amazing author.

  56. Anti-Stepbrother by Tijan, I just really love the main character, the hero of the story is so much more than he appears to be at first

  57. The Patient is very good! I did not expect the twist in the story!

  58. Odd Thomas, it’s just soooooo good.

  59. One of my favourite books of all time is Dr. Zhivago. The love story was beautiful.
    The imagined scenery of the ice palace was spectacular.

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