Welcome to my stop on the 9th Literary Giveaway Blog Hop hosted by Leeswammes’ Blog.
I was in a bit of a pickle picking a book to give away this time as I usually like to offer something I’ve read recently and loved…but lately I’ve been reading a lot of ineligible books! So instead I give you a varied choice of 5* reads (including some sneaky fantasy/YA that I think you’ll still like). The winner can choose one of the following:
Amity & Sorrow by Peggy Riley
The Machine by James Smythe
A Tale for the Time Being by Ruth Ozeki
The Golem and the Djinni by Helene Wecker
Winter Damage by Natasha Carthew
The Shining Girls by Lauren Beukes
Please note, edition may differ from that shown. The giveaway is open internationally (providing The Book Depository ships to you) and you do not need to follow to enter, but please do if you think you have the same kind of weird reading habits as me! Entry if via Rafflecopter only* and please do not leave personal info in the comments.
*If Rafflecopter is misbehaving, please contact me via Twitter and I can add you in manually as a last resort.
Don’t forget to visit the other participating blogs (if no country specified, should be international).
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