Giveaway: Mortal Instruments Trilogy

Last week, I won two blog giveaways: Mockingjay by Suzanne Collins from Jason of Taking a Break and Echoes by Melinda Metz from Bella of A Girl Reads a Book. Thanks again, Jason and Bella! It was a great book week for me, what with the Mockingjay Launch Party and everything else. So I thought I’d make someone else happy by having a giveaway of my own. This week, Clockwork Angel by Cassandra Clare is being released. So in celebration of that, I’m giving away the Mortal Instruments trilogy – trade paperback copies of City of Bones and City of Ashes and a hardcover of City of Glass. These are my personal copies but I only read them once so they’re like brand-new, no spine creases or anything like that. I don’t have reviews of these but click on the titles to browse through the books’ Goodreads pages, where there are plenty of reviews for the series.

I’m doing something different with the mechanics of this giveaway. To join the giveaway, please go through my reviews and tell me what’s your favorite and why. Did my review convince you to get that book? Do you like the way it’s written? I’m doing this because I’m hoping to get some feedback. πŸ™‚ Contest ends September 15, 2010 and only those in the Philippines are eligible to join. Sorry international readers! I’m also taking a page out of Jason’s book and choosing the winner based on the answer and not using random.org like I did with my other giveaways. Good luck and I look forward to your answers.

52 thoughts on “Giveaway: Mortal Instruments Trilogy

  1. https://chachic.wordpress.com/2010/07/29/review-and-giveaway-tall-story-by-candy-gourlay/

    That’s my favorite of your book posts, since (a) it got me interested in buying the book (and I did), and (b) it was a more personal review than usual because you really related to what’s happening with the characters in the story.

    mind you, I haven’t read the book yet. too much going on in real life, coupled with my obsession with Doctor Who. but I already have my copy, and it’s the next book i’m reading.

    • Yay, I’m glad my review convinced you to get that book. It was the first Filipino YA novel that I ever read. This reminds me that I should look up more YA books written by Filipino authors. Let me know what you think of Tall Story when you’re done reading it!

  2. Personally, I loved your Hunger Games write-up because there weren’t any spoilers, but you really broke it down for me, so yes, it’s on my Amazon.com Wish List–though it might end up here sooner. Must. resist. urge. to. buy. books.

    Thanks for the question! πŸ™‚

    BTW, I really like your reviews–lots of personality!

    Amy S.
    artsyrockerchick at aim dot com

    • Hi Amy, thanks for dropping by and choosing a favorite review! But it seems like you’re not based in the Philippines? I’m only asking since this giveaway is for residents of the Philippines only.

      Anyway, I still appreciate the feedback. πŸ™‚ I try to make all of my reviews spoiler-free and if they’re not, I include a warning to indicate that there are spoilers in there.

  3. https://chachic.wordpress.com/2010/01/21/megan-whalen-turners-queens-thief-series/

    This is my favorite review of yours! I actually just signed up on goodreads and checked some people to follow. Then I dropped by your page and saw that you rated the books of Queen’s Thief series. I saw that you all rated them with five stars but no review. So I checked your wordpress and there I saw your review!

    I actually heard a lot about the series with Gen as the main character. At first I’m kinda hesitant to actually bring myself in to these books. I was planning to buy the books last week, also of recommendation of my friend, but end up buying other books instead. But when I saw your review, It made me regret not buying the book. I would really buy the books next pay day! πŸ˜‰

    • Oh yay, I’m glad that you chose my review for the Queen’s Thief series because that’s one of my earlier ones. Although I did tweak it a bit a few days ago. I didn’t want to post reviews in Goodreads because I try to avoid spoilers as much as possible so I decided to review the series as a whole since it’s one of my favorites. Really, your friends recommend this series? It’s gaining popularity here in the Philippines! I’m so happy! I used to think I was the only fan in the country until I convinced my friends to read the books. I hope you get to read MWT’s books soon. πŸ™‚

  4. https://chachic.wordpress.com/2010/05/28/perfect-chemistry-by-simone-elkeles/

    Hi! wow! good day. I’ve been meaning to have the mortal instruments pero it’s a bit expensive hehehe. I’m not whining or anything. Pero since I don’t have work pa, I’m on a tight budget. All of my books are a bit old and mga bargain lang.That’s why I’m so happy if may mga bloggers na nag gigiveaway. I also am giving some books. It’s like pay it forward for me.
    Anyways, New lang ako sa YA pero the stories are very interesting. Ever since pa lang, I love school themed stories. Basta anything regarding school. Believe it or not, I’ve read all the SWEET VALLEY HIGH books. Mga year 2009 siguro yun. I love them. I know it’s a bit shallow pero I’m not ashamed to say it. Im a reader and I have no boundaries kung ano ang babasahin ko. That’s why I chose perfect chemistry. Because of the school theme environment in it, i can remember my highschool days whenever im reading these kinds of books. Thanks for this contest!

    • Yeah, the books are a bit expensive because they’re out in trade paperback. Maybe the publishers will come out with mass market editions later on. I got my copies when I was in the States last year.

      If you love school-themed books then YA is the perfect genre for you! LOL no need to be ashamed that you read Sweet Valley High books. I think it’s pretty much a given that most of us started on those books as well as the Babysitters Club. I loved Perfect Chemistry and I hope you get to read it soon!

  5. https://chachic.wordpress.com/2010/07/23/retro-friday-the-changeover-by-margaret-mahy/

    This one’s for me. Haha. First of all, I would like to congratulate you for writing a good review without spoiling anything.

    I like old books. Really, I think the best books are the old ones, although every now and then we really do come across really good new books. Anyway, I like your review mostly because you mentioned Howl and Sophie. Haha. I love Howl’s Moving Castle, and I have never met anyone who has read the book too. I’m so glad to have found you. πŸ™‚

    You review kinda gave the impression that the book is freaky (oh wait, i think it’s the picture of the cover LOL). Also, the way you wrote it kinda made me feel like there’s so much you’re not sharing, and it really did make me feel like I want the book. It’s really too bad, you say there aren’t any here in the Philippines?

    • All of my reviews are spoiler-free unless otherwise indicated. πŸ™‚ I keep in mind that I’m doing this mostly to recommend the books that I like to other people so I don’t want to include spoilers.

      Oooh a DWJ fan! Have you read DWJ’s other books? I have all of the Chrestomanci books but I’ve only read the first two. I also have all the books about Howl but I haven’t read Castle in the Air. Did you follow the YA Fantasy Showdown? Howl made it to the final round.

      Unfortunately, The Changeover isn’t available here. I had to order my copy from Better World Books. I just checked and they have it over at Book Depository and they have free worldwide shipping (including the Philippines) so you can order from there. Hope this helps!

  6. Hiya! My favourite review from your blog is:
    https://chachic.wordpress.com/2010/08/05/brightly-woven-by-alexandra-bracken/

    There’s so many reasons, let me just count the ways:
    1. You provided info on how to specially request a book that’s normally not available in MNL. Such a shame bookstores here don’t have the stock that the UK/US bookstores have. Instead of paying for shipping and online shopping, the post has been quite informative!
    And yes, I might consider specially ordering a book not commonly available here. =)

    2. I’ve seen lots of other reviews regarding this book on other blogs and well, your review provided a suggestion on what to read next [Howl’s Moving Castle and the Changeover] and a brief comparison of the similarity between the characters in both books.

    3. You provided a link to another review. Hmm.. good checking out the different points of view of another person who read the book.

    Some feedback:
    – Might be useful to place the price of the book in the bottom part of your post =)
    – Might also be worth having a separate blog on FB’s special order service. The how’s, when’s, why’s and cost would also be a huge factor [ie compare the price of the amazon book vs the special order one =)]

    Guess that’s it! Thanks for hosting this contest =)

    • Yay, you listed down your reasons for liking the review AND you added suggestions. I try to recommend similar books to what I’m reviewing but I don’t always get to do this, only when books strike me as having something in common with other books that I’ve read. Does that make sense? Sorry if it’s a convoluted statement.

      I always mention other blogs when they’ve inspired me to read certain books. I’m planning to add links to other reviews in my future posts so watch out for that. πŸ™‚

      I’ll add the price of the books in my future posts! I used to do that but I stopped because I didn’t think it was really useful. Yes, I’m planning to do a post about Fully Booked’s special order service as soon as my pending orders arrive. I’ve been bugging them about it but they’re still on their way.

      Thanks for the suggestions! πŸ™‚

  7. https://chachic.wordpress.com/2010/01/21/megan-whalen-turners-queens-thief-series/

    Your review actually made me scour bookstores for MWT’s books. See, I am actually what you would consider as a ‘late-bloomer’ bibliophile. I wasn’t interested in reading when I was a kid so I never really got introduced to these historic fantasy books until I was already halfway through high school. And even then, I only strictly read historic fiction and contemporary works because my knowledge of books and genres was really very limited. So when I came across book blogs that focus on YA, yours included, I found myself growing more and more interested in fantasy books and series–something that I felt I was “robbed off” when I was a kid. LOL. :)) Anyway, I guess what I really want to say is that your review ignited my youthful yearning for the genre. The Queen’s Thief series became a good introduction to the historical fantasy genre as it left me wanting for more. So REALLY, thank you for that very convincing review–IT MADE ME HOOKED PERMANENTLY TO YA AND FANTASY. πŸ™‚ So hooked that I even read Gen and Irene fanfictions on fanfiction.net when I’m bored and out of my mind. LOL

    Lastly, I realized how lucky I am to have been able to read the series at my age (under-20, but over 16. I DON’T KNOW HOW TO CLASSIFY MY AGE BRACKET PROPERLY. :D) I guess I was able to appreciate and understand the series better, unlike if I had read it as a kid. πŸ™‚


    PS. I’ve been lurking on various book blogs for so long, but yours is the first I’ve actually actively replied on. :))))

    • Oooh another Queen’s Thief fan, yay you! I think it’s pretty obvious that I really love that series since I mention it all the time here on the blog. I love hearing that I got to convince people to read the books.

      LOL I understand the feeling of being robbed. There are so many YA books that I wish I found out about when I was younger because I knew I would’ve loved them then. So I’m making up for lost time now. It’s good that you’re a young adult reading YA, you’re actual the target audience for these books! πŸ™‚

      Thanks for delurking to comment on my blog. I noticed that you also left comments in my other posts.

  8. Hi Chachic! I loved your review of “The Sky is Everywhere” by Jandy Nelson

    https://chachic.wordpress.com/2010/08/18/the-sky-is-everywhere-by-jandy-nelson/

    I came across this book last May and upon reading the summary, dismissed it as just another love triangle, which, frankly, I was getting tired of since the Twilight franchise came out in cinemas.
    It was only last month when I saw the quote you posted from the book that something caught in my throat. I checked your review here and the two quotes you posted in Goodreads and I have to admit, I was pretty choked up. My sister and I have not spoken to each other for eight years and reading your review awakened in me the sense of loss I had pretended was not there. I instantly regretted not getting the book when you pointed out that it was not just about a love triangle but the grief that Lennie had to go through and what she did to overcome it. And as if these were not enough for me to go running to the nearest bookstore, you also said that the book had snippets of poetry, which I would never have known just by reading the book jacket. And seeing as how I love poetry and I do write mine, sometimes on my loss, I had no choice but to hunt for the book. I did find it and read it in one sitting, almost sobbing at times. It was this book that strengthened my resolve to fix things with my sister, before it was too late.
    Thank you Chachic for helping me rediscover this book. It touched my life more than you could ever know and for that i will always be grateful to you. =)

    • Oh Anne, such a heartfelt comment! It warms my heart that I was able to help you discover this book. Truly, it does. I love recommending books and when someone finds a book to love because of me, I feel like I’ve served my purpose.

      The Sky is Everywhere is a lovely book and I’m glad you had a personal connection with it. Like I always say, we end up loving books that we can relate to. I’m not a fan of love triangles either but I think it worked out well in this one. Also, there’s more to the story that the romantic aspect which the book summary doesn’t really capture.

      I really hope you can patch things up with your sister soon. Maybe you can give her The Sky is Everywhere as a gift? πŸ™‚ Let me know how things go.

  9. https://chachic.wordpress.com/2010/08/30/the-hunger-games-trilogy/

    I love your review here! I haven’t read any of it, though. Not my type. Before. Here’s why.

    Whenever I browse through any bookstore’s shelves, I usually look at the cover, then at the title, then at the synopsis. Hunger Games didn’t look appealing so I never gave it a second chance.

    When I read your review of the Hunger Games, I realized how interesting the series is! It kinda reminds me of Battle Royale. I think that kind got me hooked up to the book too.

    Anyway, your review convinced me how good the series is and would definitely buy a copy of each book. Actually, what convinced me was this: “After I got my copy, I went right down to business and read straight through the whole day with occasional breaks when I needed to come up for air.”

    If the book wasn’t that good, I don’t think you’d bother straining your eyes reading and finishing it til the wee hours of morning. =)

    Another thing that I like about your review is the straightforwardness of it. You even wrote some funny lines and I quote:

    “To those who haven’t read these books, I envy you
    guys because you don’t have to wait for the sequels to
    come out like the rest of us did.”

    “…unlike other series out there which are popular for
    reasons still unknown to me”

    • Yes, a lot of people actually compare The Hunger Games to Battle Royale, although I’ve never read the latter. I don’t think I can read it because it’s too brutal for me. So if you liked that one, then you’ll probably enjoy reading The Hunger Games.

      LOL you should’ve seen me when I read HP7. I didn’t even come up for air for that one! Went to the bookstore early morning then straight home to read – no meals, shower or anything else until I finished.

      • Battle Royale was a manga turned into a movie, turned into a novel. If I got the history correct. =) I was exposed to the movie version first, and it is gruesome. It’s very different from the Hunger Games though, save for the kids-killing-each-other part. Battle Royale 2 (movie only) is more similar to the plots of The Hunger Games trilogy

        [and segue, since you brought up HP7. the place I worked at at the time had a lot of PotHeads, so when Book 7 came out, they made a deal with one of the local bookstores to deliver the books to the office on the morning of the release. So I was there at the office the whole day just reading the book as soon as I got my copy. hahaha]

      • lol.. hp7’s ending is… lame? sorry.. >.< a lot of people feel that way too.. haha..

        i've never read battle royale.. i just saw the movies.. 1 and 2..

      • I haven’t watched any of the Battle Royal movies and I have no plans of watching them. LOL. I think they’re too gruesome for my taste. I know most of my blockmates watched those back when we were in college.

        Oh that’s nice! It’s good that the local bookstore deliver it to your office. But I think it came out on a Saturday? You had work then?

        Alyssa, I wasn’t disappointed with HP 7 because I didn’t have high expectations. At that point, I just wanted to know how the story ends.

      • Yep, it came out on a Saturday. So I went to the office for the book. And then I found out that Power Books Megamall opened at 7 am to accommodate early fans. And I wished I had my copy reserved there instead. Haha. The books arrived at our office at around 9 am.

      • LOL you went to work just so you can pick up the book? I think all major Powerbooks and National branches were open early for the release. I got my copy at 7am in Powerbooks Trinoma. I didn’t even take a shower when I went to pick it up, that’s how excited I was to get it!

  10. https://chachic.wordpress.com/2010/06/20/the-iron-king-by-julie-kagawa/

    I liked your review of The Iron King the most. If you ask me, without the Iron fey part, it would just be an ordinary fae-themed book. That part kind of reminded me of the Greek Gods and Goddesses who had to be worshiped to live and exist, and I thought (“Hey, this is new, ‘haven’t heard of faes being created off our species’ imagination, thoughts, emotions, etc.”)

    I really liked the girl on the cover, she’s a perfect Meghan to me! I’m also on Team Ash’s side, so that’s another reason why I love this review. Have you read The Iron Daughter? It’s a really good book! I am eagerly awaiting The Iron Queen. How about you?

    P.S Grimalkin REALLY reminds me of the Cheshire Cat – at times I even imagine him looking exactly like the Cheshire Cat! :))

    • Yes, the Iron Court is what makes the whole book different from other faery stories out there. But the theme of faery strength being based on human beliefs is pretty common.

      I haven’t read The Iron Daughter yet and I’m not in a hurry to read it. Sorry, I don’t feel like it’s compelling enough for me to read. Plus, the whole love triangle thing is getting old. I might be in the minority here because I know the series has a lot of fans. πŸ™‚

  11. Hunger Games or Demon’s Lexicon? Yeah, I know I’m such a sucker for series, ergo I don’t want to choose. It’s just that I’ve been looking for string of books that would make me get over and stop re-reading the HP series for the nth time, even for awhile. It’s a long shot but with everyone around you screaming for some vampire love, it’s definitely worth it ’cause it’s not everyday that you meet people who share the same fondness. Definitely. Don’t get me wrong, I liked the Twilight saga and I watch True Blood. But do you think they deserved the exaggerated response it’s getting now, particularly our youth? I don’t, anyway.

    I have a handful of people recommending Hunger Games as a good read but only a few successfully convinced me to grab a copy. I listened to my friends rave about the book but when I ask them why- they just can’t explain it. I tried browsing some review sites and I get the exact same responses- all but shouting to the world how they can’t get enough of the book.

    And that’s just the exact thing that I adore with your review. It’s more of like reading a good story with much appreciated projection of the characters, just enough prodding with the plot & settings. It triggered in me the feeling of a child watching and waiting her mom cook her favorite dish only to be told that they’d be eating it not until her dad gets home- now you crave more for that moment less that anything else.

    It’s the exact same thing. When I was reading the review for both HG & DL, I found myself flipping through new tabs browsing online bookstores and hoping to find a good copy of both series. I’m praying to find my perfect pair soon. Thanks for a one of a hell review πŸ™‚

    PS: I especially loved that Demon’s Lexicon is set in UK, just like HP.

    • “It triggered in me the feeling of a child watching and waiting FOR her mom cook her favorite dish only to be told that they’d be eating it not until her dad gets home- now you crave more for that moment less that anything else.”

      Pardon me for mentioning “exact” for like more than twice πŸ™‚

    • Oh it’s good that you loved the HP series and that you’re interested in looking for other series that are just as enjoyable. I’m not a fan of the sparkly vampires either so I get where you’re coming from. Both of the series that you mentioned are really good so I hope you get to read them soon. Since you like books set in UK, maybe you’d also like the Bartimaeus Trilogy? It’s also a book about magic, click on the link to find out more about it.

      LOL I used to be like that, whenever I recommended books, I couldn’t exactly explain why I loved reading them so much. That’s why I decided to start the blog, it makes me delve deeper on my reasons for liking a book and whenever people ask for recommendations, I just tell them to check out my posts. I’m glad you’re intrigued by these two series because of my reviews. πŸ™‚

      Why are you looking for these books in online bookstores? Both series are available in the major bookstores – National, Powerbooks and Fully Booked.

      • I simply can’t get over HP. Have you heard of the James Potter novels? I’m reading them now and it’s amazing to be back in Hogwarts!

        I super love reading books set in UK! Maybe it’s their language, oh or maybe their accent that I used to playback in mind whenever I read HP. I am jut reading your review for the Bartimaeus trilogy. What can I say? I simply adore stories involving magic and the likes and the UK thing is just a plus point. So having both in a book makes it more interesting. I can’t wait to grab a copy! And thanks to your post, definitely fullybooked! UK edition is just ❀ Why do they always have the prettier cover? Argh.

        Online stores make it more convenient for me since I'm working super full-time, except for weekends when I prefer to stay at home with my family. Oh and I don't really mind used books as long as the spine is intact- same thing anyway. and more affordable. But I love visiting bookstores when I can, I just can't resist the smell of books!!

      • I haven’t heard of the James Potter novels, are those fan fic?

        I hope you get to read the Bartimaeus Trilogy soon. I’ve recommended it to several friends and they’ve all liked it. Yes, I always wonder why UK editions are better than US editions. I’m just glad that we do get UK editions here from time to time.

        Have you also read His Dark Materials Trilogy by Philip Pullman? That’s also set in UK but in an alternate world.

        Me too, I love visiting bookstores even if I don’t plan to buy anything. I love the smell of books and I could spend hours just browsing through the shelves in bookstores. πŸ™‚

      • The James Potter series is the adventure of Harry’s son. It’s a fan-made but definitely worth the effort of reading through .pdf. That’s the frustrating part, the author didn’t dare publish it because of some copyright issues. The style of writing is similar to JK’s. The only difference was the lack of British slangs such as mate, since the author is an American. Anyway, you may check it in here http://www.elderscrossing.com/ And it’s free!

        I, too. Hoping I could spare a moment to visit Fullybooked one of these days. I already know that I’ll like it! I think they change the cover editions because they need to cut down the price, a little bit similar to low-priced edition books? UK editions are a bit pricey than the US, right? Although for me, I consider the cover of a book before buying it. I remembered choosing an P800++ Anna Karenina book over a P499 one only because I liked the cover of the other version. Judging the book by it’s cover- bad I know. LOL πŸ™‚

        Haven’t heard of His Dark Materials but will check it out. Thanks for the recommendation!

      • I don’t read fan fic, sorry! If I ever decide to read fan fic, I’ll check out that site. Thanks for the link.

        I hope you can drop by Fully Booked soon! If you’re too busy to drop by one of their stores, you can just call them up and ask for the books that you want. In case they’re not available in the branch nearest you, you can have them tranferred and they you can just go there when they text you that the books are already available.

        LOL I don’t think US editions are low-price editions. They usually publish books in hardcover first in the US and in the UK, they go straight to paperback. That’s probably just one of the quirks of the publishing world. I also like beautiful covers so I guess it’s okay to judge a book by its cover from time to time. πŸ™‚

        His Dark Materials by Philip Pullman is another favorite series of mine. I don’t have a review of it up but it’s really good!

      • I’m not fond of fan fics as well. But since I’m really into HP, I gave it a try πŸ™‚

        Oh my! It’s been a week and I still haven’t dropped by Fullybooked. Probably this weekend. Cross fingers!!
        And one more thing, is it possible to order books from FB that aren’t available here in the Philippines?

        I’ve read a review of His Dark Materials way back but haven’t really thought of looking into it. I’ll put it in my very long list of books to check out.

    • LOL I think it’s because I never knew there were YA books by Filipino authors before! I really should explore more of these books now that I know that they’re out there. And yes to Filipino Book Bloggers! πŸ™‚

  12. I’ll go with your review of “A Certain Slant of Light by Laura Whitcomb”

    https://chachic.wordpress.com/2010/09/02/a-certain-slant-of-light-by-laura-whitcomb/#comment-3074

    I love your review of “A Certain Slant of Light ” because it made me decide to finally read my own copy of the book. I got my copy years years ago but I haven’t really got the chance reading it. I was hesitant that it may be too creepy as I am not also a fun of ghost stories in general. I thought reading ghost stories is worst than watching it on film. The creepy imagination while reading the book sticks more on my mind for few days or weeks which is not a good idea. But after reading your review I want to give it a try. It seems that the book is more a love story than a ghost story. The quotes from the book that you write proves how good the book is. It’s a flowing prose for me… suddenly it sounds familiar. The conversations in the libraray is something I can relate too.. I know, it sounds a little weird coz how can I relate with a ghost? I haven’t seen one nor feel one. But more than those two ghost, I love the setting and the conversation. Weird as it seems but there is something about library & books for me.

    “…the library. It smells like old stuff.”
    β€œIt smells familiar,”
    β€œIt smells like words.
    β€œA sea of dreams trapped in a span of pressed pages,”

    With those words I feel attached to this book even I haven’t really read it. Thanks for pointing out how good the writing is, I can’t wait to experience all the lovely proses of this book. Your review gives a certain slant of light for me to read this book.

    • It really is a beautiful book and I’m glad you’re finally going to read your own copy. I don’t read ghost stories either so I was scared to try A Certain Slant of Light but after I read Angie and Holly’s reviews and they assured me that it’s not a scary story, I decided to give it a try. Yes, the book has a lot of nice quotes, especially about literature.

      Let me know when you’re done reading it! I hope you end up liking it as much as I did. πŸ™‚

  13. I like your review about A little slant of light. Like you, I’m very scared of ghosts BUT I like reading them, weird! When I saw your review picture of it, it makes me realize that there will be a little supernatural thing happening on that book. So I read your review. I really enjoy the review because you gave a very clear picture of it. It makes me imagine what is happening on that book. It is very fascinating.

    After reading your review, I go straight to my wallet and check whether I still have money or I run out. Happily, I have and I decided to buy the book in my birthday this week.

    • Advanced Happy Birthday! πŸ™‚ I hope you’re able to find a copy of A Certain Slant of Light this week so you’ll be able to read it for you birthday. It really is a good book for bibliophiles because the main character loves to read. You’re the second person who chose that review so I guess my ploy to convince people to read books is working.

    • Hey Ella, glad you decided to read the books soon! Although a lot of people who haven’t read the books are waiting for the hype to die down before they dive into the books. Out of curiosity, what are the other books in your TBR? πŸ™‚

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  15. @chachic my tbr books are as follows:
    Time of My Life & The Department of Lost and Found-Allison Winn Scotch
    After You- Julie Buxbaum
    Pieces of Happily Ever After-Irene ZUtell
    CastAways-ELin Hildebrand
    Promises to Keep & Beach HOuse both by Jane Green
    Belong to Me by Marissa delos Santos
    Carrie Diaries-Candace Bushnell
    She’s Gone Country & Flirting with Forty both by JAne pORTER
    The Truth about Delilah Blue – Tish Cohen
    Husband and Wife-Leah Stewart
    Queen of Babble & Queen of Babble in the Big City both by Meg Cabot
    Cocktails for Three- Madeleine Wickham
    Table for Three & Girl Meets World- Summit Books
    How to be Single by Liz Tucillo
    Twenties Girl by Sophie Kinsella

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