Tuesday, May 6, 2014

1,000,000 Page Views Celebration!



After a little more than 3 years blogging, I'm very excited to announce that StuckInBooks has gone over 1,000,000 page views!




I'm going to celebrate in the best possible way!

GIVEAWAYS

I have been collecting SIGNED copies of books to use as part of this celebration.  Some I have bought and some have been kindly donated by the author.  Each day, I will feature a book and offer a giveaway for it.  Wanta see what I've got?  See anything you'd like to win?


Keeping partying!


Today, I have something from the wonderful Tiffany King!  Her book Misunderstanding releases today. YAY!

So to celebrate for both of us, I'm giving away her SIGNED books.

Miss Me Not is a beautiful story of self-discovery, forgiveness, caring, and love.

Madison Hanson's past demons have given her a shadow of an existence with little hope. With the sudden tragic death of a fellow student, Madison questions her own life choices, and is now forced to evaluate everything she thought she believed in. When fate intervenes and partners her with Dean Jackson, a popular "all around good guy" from school, Madison gets a glimpse of a life that is filled with sunshine that has the power to break through the darkness she has cloaked herself in.
With Dean's help, Madison discovers a desire to finally step out of the shadows, and embrace life and all its gifts.


https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/16078992-miss-me-not?from_search=true

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/1481025988http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/miss-me-not-tiffany-king/1113841750

Signed

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Thanks to the author for donating this book.

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  Krista Miller feels like she has lived her entire life in a glass box with her every emotion on display. She can’t help feeling like a defect as her sensitivities have made her socially inept and without any real friends; the one exception being the boy that visits her each night in her dreams.

Krista’s emotions are put to the test when a move to California triggers a devastating change to her fantasy world. The nightly comfort that the boy provides has now become a recurring nightmare as he is taken from her by an unseen force.

Struggling to appear normal, Krista enrolls in a new school and finds it to be nothing like she thought. Her new life is sent spiraling out of control from a strange connection with a boy, Mark, who claims to know all her secrets.

As Krista begins to explore the emotions that Mark evokes in her, secrets about their mysterious past and their predestined purpose threatens to separate them just when they have found each other.


https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/10809019-meant-to-be

http://www.amazon.com/Meant-Saving-Angels-Tiffany-King-ebook/dp/B004SCS6V6http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/meant-to-be-tiffany-king/1030514412?ean=2940012277657


Signed

 INTERNATIONAL

Thanks to the author for donating this book. 

a Rafflecopter giveaway

53 comments:

  1. Depends on my mood but usually cheating books! =)

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  2. I don't think I avoid any topics in books, at least not consciously. As long as a book is well-written and the blurb appeals to me I'll read it, no matter what it's about.

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  3. I don't avoid any topics, I love reading and I love surprises and variety of stories :)

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  4. I tend to avoid real wars, pregnancy, and cowboys.

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  5. As long as the story interests me I'll take a chance and read it. I'm like Carla Bosch Clar. If I avoid topics in a book it's not consciously =]

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  6. I don't think I avoid that many topics but sometimes if I think a book is too dark or heavy because of a topic then I'll avoid it.

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  7. I don't think I avoid any topics

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  8. I usually avoid religion, and depending on my mood, some disturbing themes.

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  9. I don't think I avoid that many topics.. though sometimes I dont like adultery and cheating but still depends on my mood if I will read them.

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  10. I tend to avoid religion and teen pregnancy

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  11. What an amazing mile marker! Congrats, I hope you continue to love it!

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  12. I usually don't avoid anything

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  13. well not really but there are things i prefer, like romance with thrillers, paranomals mysterys, so as long as there are those elements i don't mind i don't really like sad books i get so much of that in real life so i do tend to avoid any thing to sad. i like thrillers like serial killers, things like that cause i don't think of it to " sad" more fiction but real life sad. thanks for the giveaway

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  14. I usually try to avoid religious books, anything that seems too dark or child abuse. I go mostly for sweet romantic supernatural books. I've read all of these kind of books and they were written very well but just didn't apple me to read anything similar in the future.

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  15. Yes! I tend to avoid books with threesomes, are overly explicit erotica. I like my romances to have a deep love story, not just sex.

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  16. Yes! I hate books with threesome. I don't even finish a book if there is that kind of scene

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  17. Abuse, hard violence. These I avoid.

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  18. I'm really into cheating in books, or anywhere really. But sometimes its interesting, or important to have them in so depends on the book i suppose :)

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  19. I can't think of any topics that I avoid in books.

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  20. Nothing I go out of my way to avoid.

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  22. I am entering your giveaway.
    It would be great to win a signed copy of Miss Me Not
    or Meant To Be by Tiffany King.
    In response to your question of
    Are there some topics that you avoid in books?
    No if a book sounds interesting i'll read it.
    Thank you for having this giveaway!!!!!!!!!

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  23. I have yet to come across a topic that leaves me not wanting to read it.

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  24. I am pretty much open to reading anything. I do tend to avoid adult fiction, but purely for the content, not necessarily the plot lines.

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  25. I'm not trying to avoid any topics,I try to be open minded,I like to be surprised:)

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  26. Not specifically. If I read the blurb and it has a mix of things and it doesn't sound like I could handle it well than I don't. But normally I am up for almost anything. I do stay away from some themes if I hear it is drowned it, like say child abuse, but if it is just something that happened and is mentioned only minorly I will proceed. It is kind of a grey thing with me. I can handle most anything unless it is done poorly or without tact.

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  27. There isn't any topic that I truly try to avoid in books.

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  28. There are no topics that I avoid in books.( I read pretty much everything.)

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  29. Usually very sad books; I actually read lots of sad books but I prefer light fluffs

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  30. I usually don't like love triangles and sad books, either. I usually avoid sad books...

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  31. Yeah, I don`t like too much violence and abuse. Don`t like too much blood either. Scares me.

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  32. Nope, I don`t avoid any topics!

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  33. There isn't any topic that I truly try to avoid in books.

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  34. I avoid erotic books and sometimes new adult aswell.

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  35. I don't like topics like verbal abuse in books. I also dislike erotic books.

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  36. Can't think of anything at the moment. Maybe pregnancy, kind of.

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  37. I avoid religious books mainly. But if a book can have characters that are religious without being preachy, I can handle those.

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  38. It really depends on the synopsis.

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  39. I avoid "gay" topics, sexual explicitness, Profanity

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  40. I try to avoid love triangles... doesn't work out well.

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  41. I try not to read terminal illness books, they are not uplifting and they tend to make me depressed for a couple of days, which is not my cup of tea.

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  42. Not really, but I don't like rape and abuse in stories, especially when these things are glorified or put forth as acceptable.

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  43. Books with sexual abuse.. I can't. I want to read books that make me happy, not angry and sad.

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  44. i don't avoid any topics, I love read every type of history, usually i read a lot of things haha and i love that.

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  45. i will read about mostly anything but not big on cancer only because it is too real i like to excape when i read so any subject that hits to close to home for me is just not good for me, like real life stuff or death in real life ways. thank you so much

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  46. I avoid horror, explicit sex. profanity, anti-Christ

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  47. I usually don't like love triangles and sad book

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  48. Can't think of anything that I might avoid in books... as long as the book is well written and appeals to me I am fine by it :)

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  49. Can't think of topics that I might avoid while reading a book if the story is appealing :)

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