Tuesday, April 30, 2013

Spring Fling Giveaway Hop






Spring Fling Giveaway Hop



May 1st – 7th



Hosted by I Am A Reader, Not A Writer & Eve’s Fan Garden


With spring comes birds singing, the sun shining and flowers blooming.  But for many it also brings some fabulous new releases.   For the Spring Fling Giveaway you will get a chance to win a $15 Amazon gift card.




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Below are some great blogs that are giving away some fabulous prizes in this giveaway hop.

83 comments:

  1. Thanks for the giveaway! And I like when the couple has to work for the relationship, makes the story more interesting. ;)
    -Cali W.

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  2. I like when the couple has to work for the relationship

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  3. I am an Insta Love kinda reader!

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  4. I prefer they either are together at the beginning and fight the odds, or they overcome the odds to be together. I don't care for Insta-Love since it seems to be predicated on 'instinct' but really on how hot they are.

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  5. I really like when they find an instant attraction but have to work for the love (:

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  6. It's more interesting when they have to work for it.
    Thanks for a fantabulous giveaway and the chance to win it!

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  7. I'm not a fan of instant love, I like a slow build and seeing a couple fall in love.

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  8. I ca't stand insta-love...It's lust!! It annoys me in books when a couple is suddenly drawn together, even more so when one of the characters is mean & yet the other person still falls in love with them!

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    1. I agree! That's why I don't like a lot of YA releases.

      For me, they have to prove their relationship.

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  9. they have to work !!!!
    they have to pass several obstacles
    almendra in the raffelcopter

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  10. I prefer when they have to work towards a relationship! Insta-love doesn't appeal to me.

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  11. I like characters that grow to love one another instead of falling in love instantly

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  12. I don't mind insta love if there are flaws and it's relatable, I think if they work towards it I always prefer that, but there have been where it was insta love and I enjoyed it.,twilight, for ex. :)

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  13. I honestly don't have a preference as long as it is done well! Thank you :)

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  14. Either way is fine as long as the story is good and it feels real! Thanks for this amazing giveaway - I would love to win!

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  15. I like when a couple works for their relationship, but it depends on the story, so that is what I prefer, but if the other works in the story really well, then that's great :)

    Thanks for the giveaway! :)

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  16. I like it when a couple has to work for their relationship.

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  17. I like it when they have to work for it.
    MCantu1019 at aol dot com

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  18. I HATE instalove. It drives me insane nine out of ten times!

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  19. I usually don't like insta-love but on occasion it works for me

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  20. I usually prefer it when the couple has to work for it, but (shhh... don't tell anyone) there are definitely a few books I like where there's insta-love.

    Brynna

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  21. Most of the time, I like a relationship that progresses naturally, or that has some serious bumps along the way. I will say that, while for the most part I can't stand then, there are a few love triangles that are done right. And I think that they can be done well.

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  22. I like it when a couple has to work for the relationship. To fight for what they want and have test to make sure their what they want! that insant-love I can't fall for! Sorry but I can't! Great giveaway, thanks! :-)

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  23. I personally love when it's an instant relationship, but it honestly depends what the book is about.
    Thanks for the giveaway! =)
    JJs2468@aol.com

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  24. I like them to work for it and really get to know each other first!

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  25. Def work! I HATE instalove! Its not realistic!
    Mary G Loki

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  26. I don't like insta-love...

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  27. I've read a lot of romances, so I am kinda tired of the insta-love thing.
    ~Krista

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  28. Thanks for the giveaway.

    I like both tropes but I especially like the enemies to lovers more. They really have to work to bring the relationship to fruition.

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  29. I like when the couple has to work for the relationship, or when it feels like it just happens as to to insta-love. Instant love usually just annoys me.

    Thank you for the giveaway!

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  30. I like when the couple has to work for the relationship, just like in real life.

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  31. when the couple has to work on the relationship--it seems more real..Insta love in real life can be a disaster..

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  32. yeah...they gotta work at it LOL, nothing better than a little back and forth between two people to get the fires burning!

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  33. I don't believe in insta love but also, I hate when there is miscommunication and just drama to make them "work" to be together. How about just time and conversation, and meaningful moments to get them to fall in love? :-)

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  34. I like when they have to work at it for a bit!

    abfantom at yahoo dot com

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  35. Insta-love is fine. My husband and I experienced it and we've been together for nine years! I care more about the relationship itself - the interaction, etc.

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  36. I'm more of a fan of the build-up, but insta-love also works for me :)

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  37. I like and instant attraction that grows into love.

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  38. eithe works for me but in real life all people have to put at least a little work into their relationships :)

    rafflecopter name nicole krutz

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  39. I like when they have to work for it :)

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  40. It really depends on the book :) sometimes, the insta-love is awesome and sometimes the struggle is best for the plot :) Or insta-love and first and then they struggle and then come back together! The story drives which one is best :)

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  41. I like to see a relationship work itself out.

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  42. Either way. It depends on the couple
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    Joana Bento

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  43. I like when the couple has to work for the relationship, not necessarily a struggle towards it but I do prefer a slow burn.

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  44. I like when they have to work for it :)

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  45. Maybe a little of both. I like how they instantly loved each other in Twilight but ended up having to work hard for it. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  46. Well, I don't people should have to 'work' for love. It should just come naturally and if you have to work for it, it's not meant to be. You shouldn't have to try to make it work. I feel like if you have to work for it, you're forcing something that's not meant to be. If you have to work for it, chances are, one or both of the people aren't 100% happy.

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  47. yes I like when they have to work for it its called life

    cathycasper@hughes.net

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  48. I prefer a slower love. Insta-love just feels to me like it could fall apart not to long after. I can't imagine ever feeling that way myself.

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  49. I like both, but I don't like any sad, weepy love stories even when there's a happy ending. Like her getting pregnant and thinking he doesn't want her and them finding each other in the future when she's desperate. Blech.

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  50. I like when they have to work for love! There are some books where I like insta-love like Beautiful Creatures! There insta-love was good!

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  51. I like when a couple has to work for love. I think it is more realistic.

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  52. I don't really like it when a couple like each other right away. Even if it's instalove it doesn't stop me from reading the book most of the time

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  53. I'm okay with both. I think it's more important how the author deals with it and works things around the relationship.

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  54. I like when the couple has to work for the relationship.

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  55. I like it when they have to work.

    rhoneygtn at yahoo dot com

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  56. It really depends on what mood I am in, sometimes I like insta-love at first sight but sometimes I like the slow build to a relationship.

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  57. Sometimes, I like love-at-first-sight, but more oft than not, I prefer realistic relationships that take time to happen.

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  58. Definitely preferring the gotta-work type relationship

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  59. I prefer a slow build up.
    Tara Woods

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  60. I actually prefer them to work up to a relationship. It's not as fun to read when the MC are instantly in love. I love the buildup the authors write. It much more fun reading it that way. Thank you so much for your generous giveaway prize!! Thank you so much for a chance to win and for being a part of this fun and awesome blog hop!!

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  61. I prefer the slow build up. . . although not too slow ;)

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  62. I like a slow burn and a great outcome.

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  63. I like when they have to work at it. Thank you!
    crystalfaulkner2000 at yahoo dot com

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  64. I like variety, so I enjoy both ways.

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  65. I like both but prefer a couple who has to work for it a little more.

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  66. It depends on the story, I don't necessarily like reading about romances. Sometimes they're boring! Unless it is really slow paced and with great writing. :) Thanks for the giveaway!

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  67. Insta-love has it's place but it's sweeter and more rewarding when they really have to work for it. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  68. I like it when the couple have to work for the relationship
    californiapoppys@yahoo.com

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  69. Working vote.
    Thanks for the contest.

    slehan at juno dot com

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  70. I like it when they have to work for the relationship.

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  71. They need to work for it! Probably one of the reasons I like series so much!

    Thanks for the amazing giveaway!
    elizabeth @ bookattict . com

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  72. I like it when they have to work for it

    daveshir2005@yahoo.com
    fb/ shirley greenawalt zolenski

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  73. I love both kinds of stories.

    sassychassy333 at gmail dot com

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  74. I like when couples work for the relationship. That way, it's something worth fighting for!

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  75. I like them to have to work for it.

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  76. I prefer when a couple has to work at the relationship. Thanks for the amazing giveaway!

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  77. I prefer some work in the relationship! Thanks!

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