Wednesday, January 3, 2018

Celebrating 7 Years Stuck In Books Giveaway ~ Day 3


January is Stuck In Books time to CELEBRATE!

It's been 7 years Stuck In Books!

And we celebrate with giveaways!

Visit everyday for a new one!!


Here's today's magic!


From Jess


Nothing More (Landon Gibson #1)Nothing Less (Landon Gibson #2)

A paperback set of Anna Todd's Landon Gibson duology!!





- One winner
- Paperbacks of Nothing More & Nothing Less by Anna Todd
- US only



27 comments:

  1. I would love to read these books! I've heard so many great things!

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    1. I forgot to mention...I like series as long as it doesn't take forever for the next book to come out. It also kind of depends upon the storyline and what I'm in the mood for.

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  2. I prefer stand alones, but gravitate to series when I find one with the books already published to binge them.

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  3. I like series where I can get immersed in the story and characters.

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  4. I like a series because I like to visit with characters from a previous book and see what they are up to.

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  5. I like stand alones but I can do both.

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  6. I like series because I feel like I really get to know the people in the series. The one think I don't like about a series is that sometimes takes quite awhile before the next book is released.

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  7. I prefer standalone books.
    Sara Sherman

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  8. I really enjoy both. Standalones are great so I don't have to wait for the next book to be released.

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  9. Both. I read standalones to cleanse my palate after binging a series.

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  10. I love both, as long as if it's a series it's not more of the same.

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  11. I would rather read a series, but will read standalones if they sound interesting enough.

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  12. I generally prefer standalones. I like series books, but I usually wait until a series is finished before reading it. Otherwise they make me crazy!
    Dianna

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  13. I love series, I love the suspense!

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  14. I prefer standalones when I am buying a book, but I love reading series. The problem is that when I start a series I wan to finish it and sometimes I do not have the funds to get the rest of the series. Thank you!

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  15. I prefer standalone novels over series. I end up reading only the first volume of many series as the remaining books are not yet available.

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  16. Love series that are connected by characters & don't end in cliffhangers

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  17. I like them both, With stand-alones, you don't have to be concerned with finding all the books in a series, and reading them in the right order. On the other hand, with a series, the author has more freedom to develop characters and plot lines.

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  18. I like to read standalones, but I'm obsessed with all books!

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  19. I personally can't decide. By looking at all my books, I seem to venture more into series

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  20. I like both but prefer series as it gets more in depth with the story. thank you

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  21. I prefer series because you get to know the characters more, and get the full story.

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  22. It really depends on the story and the author. Some stories can't be told completely in on book. In that case, I'd want the series. But, I don't like when an author stretches out the story over three or more books when it could have easily been told in one.

    I enjoy companion books the most, I think--especially in Contemp. Romance. You know, the books that are part of a "series" but can be read as a standalone.

    Michelle <3

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  23. I like them both, but with series, you get to learn more about the hero/heroine and the secondary characters.

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