Last -but not least- Blogaversary Giveaway

That was it guys! My first two giveaways were Splintered themed (I am a huge fan of this series in case these past two giveaways didn’t convince you), but this last one won’t have anything to do with this series. This giveaway will pack some swag, a signed book, and another book. It’s a GOOD giveaway as well, and I want to thank the publishers and authors that made it possible!

The Ensnared giveaway has ended, and the winners are coming up as soon as possible! I’m running a bit behind because of essays and other university deadlines, but I’ll definitely let you know before the end of the week! Another reason why they’re late is because I have been training my butt off. Upcoming Sunday is the Rotterdam Marathon (No, I’m not THAT badass! I can’t run a whole marathon, yet) and I’m running a 10k. My dad ran it last year, and it inspired me, so I’ve been training for this a long time, and I can’t believe my final goal is in sight. It’s going to be awesome! Hard work pays off!

Now, enough babbling. Let me tell you about the third and final giveaway!

Third Giveaway

Up for grabs:

Snow Like Ashes (by Sara Raasch) Book Swag!

A NIL + NIL UNLOCKED (by Lynne Matson) swag pack!

A copy of Summer on the Short Bus by Bethany Crandell!

A Signed copy of My Heart and Other Black Holes by Jasmine Warga!

What do you have to do: I’m still doing things different. Everyone can earn one entry by commenting on this post. You’re name will land in the big jar I have on my desk, and when the giveaway ends I’ll draw a random winner. There’s no specific question you have to answer in order to get an entry, but I thought it would be fun to ask a question anyway (because I want to know your answers, and find some great new titles to put on my TBR)!

Question: What is your favourite read? The book that made you fall in love with reading, or the one that you’d recommend to anyone?

This giveaway will run for a month, and will end 23 April. And it’s International! Free hugs for everybody and good luck!

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Also, don’t forget that my second giveaway is still running! A SIGNED copy of Unhinged by A.G. Howard is up for grabs, just click on this link and leave a comment.

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  1. 05/04/2015 / 23:06

    There are several books I always recommend, those special books (series) that made me love reading even more and that will stay with me forever. Those would be The Opportunist by Tarryn Fisher, The Hollows series by Kim Harrison, Soul screamers series by Rachel Vincent and Charley Davidson series by Darynda Jones.
    Also, happy blogoversary and thank you for this awesome giveaway :D

  2. Sabrina
    06/04/2015 / 03:28

    OMMGGG I LOVE BETHANY CRANDELL, but unfortunately I haven’t had a chance to read her lovely book.

  3. 06/04/2015 / 18:26

    I’d have to be pretty cliché about this but I have to go with The Mortal Instruments (that I haven’t even finished yet…) and before that the Hungergames, Twilight and ofcourse Harry Potter! Something I would always recommend to people is 100% the Shatter Me series by Taherah Mafi!

  4. Merel
    06/04/2015 / 19:26

    uff, that’s too hardd! :(
    though I’m gonna go for the lux series now, since there’s gonna be another book from Deamon’s point of view!

  5. Ingvild G
    06/04/2015 / 21:38

    Hi! :)
    The book that made me start reading for real was The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins-I guess you have already herd of it, so I will also recommend a few other series I really, really like. I prefer reading YA and dystopias, and my favorite series is Divergent by Veronica Roth, but I also enjoyed Delirium by Lauren Oliver, Legned by Marie Lu, The Fault In Our Stars by John Green, Slated by Teri Terry and Partials by Dan Wells.
    Thanks for the giveaway!

  6. Amber Hendricks
    09/04/2015 / 13:21

    Thank you for this giveaway! And Happy Blogaversary! By far my favorite book is, and always has been, The Hobbit. It opened my eyes to the wonder of Fantasy and I e never looked back!

  7. 09/04/2015 / 15:01

    My favorite contemporary is Winger by Andrew Smith. As for fantasy, I have to say the Throne of Glass Series by Sarah J. Maas or the Red Rising Trilogy by Pierce Brown.

  8. Lisa ten Brummelhuis
    09/04/2015 / 15:29

    Thank you so much for this giveaway!

    I’ve been reading all my life so I don’t really know what which me fall in love with reading. I was obsessed with Twilight back in the day, and that’s probably the book I’ve recommended most in my life, but that was a long time ago. Right now I would probably recommend I’ll meet you there by Heather Demetrios :)

  9. Katie
    09/04/2015 / 15:54

    I don’t remember the book that made me fall in love with reading because my tastes have changed so much over the years, but currently, three of my (many) favorite books are “This Shattered World” by Amie Kaufman and Meagan Spooner, “The Winner’s Curse,” and “The Winner’s Crime” by Marie Rutkoski. I think why I love them so much is that the female characters in both trilogies experience so much growth and become such strong women. Another reason why I love them is their romances: slow burns of awesomeness!
    Thanks for the chance to win.

  10. Michelle Lee
    09/04/2015 / 17:08

    I loved Talon by Julie Kagawa, Throne of Glass series by Sarah J Maas, and Maybe Someday by Colleen Hoover! Thank you so much for this amazing chance!

  11. Annarita
    09/04/2015 / 18:43

    Hey, this giveaway is absolutely fantastic! I’m getting more and more excited, I think my favourite read is the last book of harry potter series “harry potter and the deathly halllows” and I recommend it to whoever loves books or not. Greetings from Italy and congrats again for the blogaversary :)

  12. 10/04/2015 / 02:17

    HOW DID I NOT SEE THIS? *hides in shame* Happy belated blogoversery Iris! ♥ I know I’ve been horrible at commenting on your blog, but I still read and love your posts. Thank you for the lovely giveaway too!

  13. 11/04/2015 / 20:53

    The book that made me fall in love with reading….That is really hard. I have always loved reading. How about the book that made me fall in love with Young Adult books. I think I first fell in love with YA books with Wings by Aprilynne Pike. It is such an amazing series and I love faeries, so I think that is a great series to read.

  14. 11/04/2015 / 21:56

    Happy blogoversary and thanks for the amazing giveaway!
    I’ve always loved to read, but I think that the first books to actually make an impression on me were the Harry Potter books.

  15. Angel
    12/04/2015 / 13:16

    Happy Blogaversary :) I’ve been reading for a long time but what really got me into “adult” reading was the Anita Blake series by Laurell K. Hamilton.

  16. Danielle D.
    12/04/2015 / 22:17

    The Wild At Heart Animal Clinic series was something I was obsessed with when I was much younger. For a recommendation now I’d say The Posterchildren, Killer Instinct, The Tantalize Series, Shutter and Hero by Perry Moore.

  17. walter c.
    21/04/2015 / 15:44

    Happy Blogaversary.

    The book that got me into reading and is still one of my favorites is And Then There Were None by Agatha Christie.

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