Tuesday, November 6, 2018

This & That Giveaway Hop


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This & That Giveaway Hop
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Praise for A SHADOW BRIGHT AND BURNING, KINGDOM OF FIRE, BOOK ONE

“This is a novel that gives off light and heat.” —The New York Times

“Vivid characters, terrifying monsters, and world building as deep and dark as the ocean.” —VICTORIA AVEYARD, #1 New York Times bestselling author of Red Queen

“Devastatingly magical and monstrously romantic.” —STEPHANIE GARBER, New York Times bestselling author of Caraval

“Unputdownable. I loved the monsters, the magic, and the teen warriors who are their world’s best hope! Jessica Cluess is an awesome storyteller!” —TAMORA PIERCE, #1 New York Times bestselling author

It’s time for war.

After suffering terrible losses, Henrietta and Lord Blackwood have led their warriors to Sorrow-Fell, a vast estate where only those invited by a Blackwood may enter–and the ideal place to plan a final assault against the Ancients.

It’s time for a wedding.

Henrietta nervously awaits her marriage to Blackwood, but when the ritual to become his bride reveals a dark secret, she realizes that Sorrow-Fell is not a safe haven; it’s a trap. Convincing the sorcerers of this, however, is not easy. So with Maria, the true chosen one, and Magnus, the young man who once stole her heart, at her side, Henrietta plots a dangerous journey straight into the enemy’s lair. Some will live. Some will die. All will be tested.

In this stunning conclusion to the Kingdom on Fire series, Henrietta must choose between the love from her past, the love from her present, and a love that could define her future. While battles rage, the fate of the kingdom rests on her decision: Will she fall or rise up to become the woman who saves the realm?

It’s time for Henrietta to make her stand.


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THE GIVEAWAY
1 Winner will receive a copy of A Sorrow Fierce and Falling by Jessica Cluess.
1 Winner will receive a $25 Amazon Gift Card.
A Sorrow Fierce and Falling will be purchased through Book Depository.
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60 comments:

  1. About 20 years ago a storm knocked our power out on Christmas Day as we were about to sit down to dinner so we just filled the car with everything and drove about 2 hours to a friend's caravan by the sea. Best Christmas EVER!

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  2. Sounds good can't wait to read this.

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  3. I would love to read this book! I cant wait for Christmas this year! I am ready to create a few good memories!

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  4. "Memorable Holiday?" I think Christmas is always very memorable, and I like a large, festive Christmas dinner!

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  5. Christmas always! I get to see my relatives that I don't usually see all year long. Thank you

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  6. Christmas! I love, Love, LOVE the holiday season!

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  7. My most memorable holiday was when we had our first granddaughter to our house and opened all her presents.

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  8. Christmas! The most memorable is probably the year my grandparents took in all 11 grandchildren for a week. Loads of fun and they survived!

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  9. I hope this will be a memorable holiday! I'm looking forward to seeing family members I haven't seen in a while.

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  10. Last Christmas, many relatives came from overseas to gather for a dinner

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  11. My most memorable holiday is always Christmas every year.

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  12. When everyone turns up for Christmas. It's crazy fun.

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  13. My best Holidays were spent with my grandma.

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  14. My most memorable holiday was the Christmas I was a teenager and wanted a recorder player and some records. What fun.

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  15. The last Christmas with with my was very nice.

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  16. Memorable especially because my youngest son moved away & won't be with us this year.

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  17. My most memorable holiday is when my husband proposed to me at Christmas.

    abfantom at yahoo dot com

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  18. I always love Christmas. My family gets together and we always have a great time

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  19. Thanksgiving is always the most memorable for me since we have a huge potluck with our family every year. This is the holiday when we see the most family!

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  20. Spending Thanksgiving in Santiago Chile.
    Thanks for the contest.
    slehan at juno dot com

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  21. The Christmas I got a Barbie house!

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  22. My son's first Christmas was a very memorable holiday for me.

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  23. My most memorable holiday was going to Myrtle Beach with my family

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  24. The most memorable holiday was the first Christmas after my mom had passed away, she had ordered presents for everyone early and it was so sweet and a very nice surprise for all of us.

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  25. Christmas is my most memorable holiday as we always have a delicous family dinner and gift exchange with lots of quality time. My most memorable Christmas of all is hard to pick because they all hold precious memories.

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  26. Every Christmas is memorable!

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  27. Christmas with my entire family is always memorable. Each one is better than the last!

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  28. My most memorable holiday is when my whole extended family came here for Christmas.

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  29. The last christmas i got to spend with my grandma before she passed away in 2004

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  30. My most memorable holiday is when my entire family, including all of my siblings made it home for Christmas and we got to spend some quality time together.

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  31. I always look forward to Thanksgiving as I love comfort food.

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  32. I remember the Christmas when I was seven and got my first real bicycle.

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  33. gez I dont even know how long ago it was but I decided to invite everyone down for supper BUT a week before the event, my oven quit.... never invited anyone again lol

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  34. Thanksgiving was quite memorable last year because I had a baby!
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    Ashley C

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  35. I've had soooo many memorable holidays, but the best ones were when my kids were young. There's nothing like the delight of children at Christmas.

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  36. A Memorable Holiday is the year my daughter had come home from having Cancer at the age of 7 and I bought them a kitten named Noel.

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  37. Christmas is usually the most memorable because everyone from both sides of our family like to get together.

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  38. Christmas morning with mom and dad sitting around the tree taking pictures of us opening our presents.

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  39. My most memorable holiday is my birthday...and yes my birthday is a holiday to me :)

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  40. My most memorable holiday was my son's first Christmas.

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  41. It would have to be last Christmas. We had so many people come see us on Christmas Eve. I had food trays out and we played games and made memories.

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  42. My best holiday memory was my first Christmas with my wife.

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  43. I heart Stuffing Day!

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  44. Christmas is always very memorable in my house!

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  45. All holidays are memorable but Christmas the we decorate the tree together and lots of others

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  46. My son's very first Christmas is my most memorable holiday!

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  47. My most memorable holiday is the first time I stayed up all night baking and wrapping gifts with my mom.

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  48. My most memorable holiday was the first one I spent with my husband. We didn't have much but we were so happy.

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  49. Thanksgiving was pretty good this year with family, my kids.

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  50. The most memorable Christmas was my nephew's first year with us. My great grandma was still here so we got to celebrate with five generations.

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  51. Growing up, we never really celebrated Thanksgiving, but last year, I decided to go all out because I wanted to know what it was like. So last year, for the first time we celebrated Thanksgiving. I did all the cooking (with some help from my mom). It wasn't what I thought it would be like, but I'll definitely never forget it. The cooking was actually fun.

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  52. The last one shared when my grandma was alive. It was fun and plus all of her children and most of her grandchildren were able to attend

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  53. I like getting together with my whole family on the Holiday season, having a nice baked ham and serve up some gifts.

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