GIVEAWAY NOW CLOSED!

Posted at May 5, 2016 4:08 pm

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This giveaway is now closed and the winner is Melinda Ott! Congratulations!

Everyone stay tuned, I’ll have another giveaway next week!

Candis

 

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69 responses to “GIVEAWAY NOW CLOSED!”

  1. Jan Jackson says:

    Hi Candis,
    I still love my print books, but have to admit, I probably read more on my kindle these days entirely because of the convenience factor. I see a book I want, oooh, shiny! And it’s only a click or two away. Easy breezy!

  2. Debbie Watson says:

    I read more ebooks because I use the kindle app on my phone. But love paperbacks when I’m at home. There’s just something about holding a book in your hands.

  3. Rachael says:

    🙂 I like to do a mix of both but I’ll be honest, I much prefer ebooks…simply because I can read them in the middle of the night without waking anyone up! 🙂

  4. Catt Larson says:

    Right now it is mostly print books because I get so many from Lisa (which I LOVE!!) but once she gets me hooked on an author, or series, I will get the others on my Kindle.

  5. Kimberly Kicklighter says:

    I love holding a book in my hands. I do use a Kindle app but eventually end up getting the book.

  6. Marsha McDaniel says:

    Ebooks bc it’s hard for me to hold a
    Real book as much as I read. Plus, hubby is happy he’s not tripping over stacks of books.

  7. Lori Kampman says:

    I read print books. There is just something about holding the book that I love. I haven’t read any ebooks yet. Really haven’t wanted to. Print books any day.

  8. Nell Norwood says:

    I love books in any form I’m a caregiver so I have a lot of time for reading when my lade rest she is the best will be a 105 this novemer..love your books..

  9. Shelly Boschman says:

    The majority of the books I read are print books. Because of this time in my life ,I get my books from the library, although a few special authors, like you, I do buy for myself ,regardless. I love the feel of holding a print book in my hand. I do have an ereader and I love it, but print books are my first choice. Thanks for the chance to win.

  10. Heather Roach says:

    I read mostly ebooks. I love the comfort and convenience plus it lets my book budget stretch farther.

  11. Kay Pflueger says:

    I tend to read ebooks mostly because I can read them at work. I work as a receptionist and can have my iPad kindle app open as I am at my desk. I still do love to read hard copies though… I could spend hours in a library.

  12. Tracy Flick says:

    I read both ebooks and paperbacks. Just depends on my mood and where I am at

  13. Angela Curtiss says:

    I still prefer real books, but I tend to read more on my kindle app on my iPad. I’m running out of space to keep all the actual books in my home!

  14. Diane Upright says:

    I like real books but do have the kindle fire for emergency reading.

  15. karen johnston says:

    I read mostly ebooks because I read in bed at night and it makes hubby alot happier with no light bothering him. But there’s nothing like a good paperback!!!!

  16. Bette Hansen says:

    I primarily read ebooks. The mobility is perfect. I can read where ever I am and whatever I’m doing!

  17. sharon wiles says:

    I still very much like a print book, I have my copy of a better man sitting on my shelf waiting to be read. That is not to say I do not enjoy my kindle very much as well. If I am going to be gone for a while I like to take it with me because it is easier for on the go.

  18. Kim Kernc says:

    Hi!! I am a eBook for reading and a print book for signed for saving! I like laying in bed in the dark and my Kindle is the best way to go.

  19. Tabatha Baker says:

    For the most part I am an equal opportunity reader, ebook or print. If it’s a favorite author though, then I am print all the way.

  20. Brenda Hughey says:

    I read both, but for my fav series I buy books! I’ll reread them and I still love to just have books in my hand

  21. Kim Heniadis says:

    So much goodness in one giveaway! What an awesome way to welcome Spring 🙂

  22. Crystal Broyles says:

    I read mostly print books because they are easier on my eyes. I do like ebooks though.
    Thank you for the giveaway.

  23. Dawn A says:

    I mostly read print, but I read a lot on Kindle too.

  24. Shari says:

    I read mostly on my kindle, mostly for the convenience!

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  25. Felicia Plastini says:

    I read 99% print books. I own a kindle and have some books on there but I haven’t read one in about 2 years on the kindle! I prefer to have a book in my hands.
    I love your books and writing style!
    I fell in love with your Sweet Texas books!

  26. Kathleen Hodge says:

    I read both, but definitely prefer a real book in my hands. I read e-books when I am on the tread mill and riding the bike at the gym!! As you can see I read when ever I get the chance!! Just started your new book today and I am really enjoying it!

  27. Sandi Koch Bedell says:

    Read mostly e-books. My arthritis makes it painful to hold print books for a long time but if I get the book stand I asked for on Mother’s Day, I’ll be set. I could really use some new books for summer since my teacher daughter and the grands I watch in the afternoon won’t be here.

  28. Rachael Brown says:

    I love print books, but I mostly read ebooks because of the convenience. I love to be able to use the search feature on Kindle if I want to refer back to a particular scene.

  29. Carrie Evans says:

    Thank you! !

  30. Rachel Gooch says:

    I feel like a throw back; but it will always be a print book for me! That thrill of reading voraciously to the end of the page, feeling the excitement build with the next page in hand ready to turn, and trying not to let my brain skip ahead to what I imagine might be coming when I actually do turn the page – those are the thrills of reading a print novel that can never be replaced by an ereader!!

  31. Cheryl Hastings says:

    I primarily read ebooks because they are easier on my eyes in artificial light. But once it warms up, I’ll be outside more, so I can read paperbacks again.

  32. Sarah Partain says:

    Mostly e-books but only bcuz it’s easier to open the app on my phone when I’m on the bus to work.

  33. Amanda Graham says:

    I love books I don’t run out of battery or breaks down but now that I have my toddler sometimes it’s easier with ebooks

  34. Hannah K says:

    I read your physical books because there is just something about holding a paper book in my hands when I am reading that I love.

  35. Ashley M says:

    I read them both! Physical books cause I love holding the book in my hands. Ebook it’s a lot easier to carry with you instead of a regular book since you do not want to mess up the book.

  36. Eileen Aberman-Wells says:

    I love print books but carrying my kindle is so much easier, especially when I’m travelling. But my batteries runs down and I have to stop reading which wouldn’t happen with a print book. UGH!!! I love them both!!

  37. Tabitha Moncada says:

    I like both paperback and Ebooks. I would love to win all that great stuff.

  38. Ada says:

    I read both kinds. Love the portability of ebooks, I can carry around a library with me wherever I go but I do love my print books too just for the tactile feel of books in my hands. Thanks for the chance to win this awesome giveaway! 🙂

  39. Heidi A Elliott says:

    I read print books. I don’t have an e-reader & my data minutes aren’t enough to indulge. I’m retired and a prolific reader. Frankly, most of my books come from the public library but there are a few times when I buy books. And one of those times is where my library has a used book sale. Whenever I take a trip, 2-4 times a year, I buy a new book. And it’s wonderful! I am a prolific I read print books. I don’t have an e-reader & my data minutes aren’t enough to indulge. Frankly, most of my books come from the public library but there are a few times when I buy books. And one of those times is where my library has a used book sale. Whenever I take a trip, 2-4 times a year, I buy a new book. And it’s wonderful! I am a prolific reader and have read every book written by: you, Jill Shalvis, Linda Lael Miller, John Sanford, David Balducci, J D Robb, Willa Cather, Eudila Welty, Michael Connley & maybe another dozen. I’ve read novels by more authors. I also read nonfiction, especially biographies, histories, and cookbooks. I customarily have a fiction and nonfiction book going at the same time. reader and have read every book written by: you, Jill Shalvis, Linda Lael Miller, John Sanford, David Balducci, J D Robb, Willa Cather, Eudora Welty, Michael Connley, Susan Wiggins, & maybe another dozen authors. I’ve read novels by other authors. I also read nonfiction, especially biographies, histories, and cookbooks. I customarily have a fiction and nonfiction book going at the same time.

  40. Darla says:

    I read ebooks. So convenient especially when I am traveling.

  41. Kathleen O says:

    I read both print and ebooks. I have a Kindle Fire.

  42. Melinda Ott says:

    I’m about 50/50 over all. However, when it comes to romance, it is about 90% eBook. I like to be able to bring them along wherever I go, and my Kindle takes up far less space in my purse than a book!

  43. Betty Fazenbaker says:

    I read books. I love a good book that I can’t put down; and love the “book in my hand” feeling.

  44. Bube says:

    I love both, but at this moment I read much more e-books, but the paperback books are close 🙂
    Thank you for the amazing opportunity 🙂

  45. Brandy Dorsch says:

    Hey, Candis. I love both but ebooks are just more convenient.

  46. Susan Gorman says:

    I like a mix of both print and e-books!
    E-books are great for travel and work. I love to read a paperback book in my chair with s cup of tea–Bliss!!

  47. DGallagher says:

    I read mainly print books but do own a kindle for travel purposes since it takes up a lot less space.

  48. Samantha says:

    I read mostly print books. I love to hold and feel each book. Every book is like a little piece of a very large treasure.

  49. Becky Dodson says:

    I read more on my Kindle but at times I miss the feel of a book so i’ll grab one and read it. Kindles are really convenient to read from but they’re not the same as reading a book!!

  50. Bobbie Boyer says:

    I mainly read paperback books. They’re cheaper to buy on my budget and they fit in my small purse to take when i’m at appointments.

  51. Jessyka says:

    I read print books more but sometimes it’s easier to get a book in ebook form.

  52. dawn wilson says:

    I read both but i really like print books i like holding the book and being able to pick one up and just start reading were e-books you have to power up the device then wait to get into your e-books and then it will die have way through a book.

  53. Kimberley Bailey says:

    I love print books. I just like the feel of an actual book in my hands. I do read ebooks, but I love my print books.

  54. Amy S. says:

    I read ebooks because I can get them on my phone and don’t have to carry so much around. I also like being able to read when I’m awake at night but my son is asleep without turning all of the lights on

  55. Becky pancoast says:

    I read both , but don’t have a favorite cause I like 5o switch between the 2 , this is great thanks so much for the chance

  56. Heidi Hood says:

    I read both but prefer paperback. I like the feel of holding it in my hands.

  57. Marjie schofield says:

    I read mostly ebooks but occasionally so buy paperbacks

  58. Nancy Young says:

    I read mostly eBooks but I collect signed paperbacks to remind me of the stories I love best <3

  59. June Rodgers says:

    I read both but prefer print books, that way when I’ve read them as many times as I want, I can lend them to a friend or donate them to my library.

  60. Aly P says:

    I mostly read ebooks because it’s more convenient.

  61. Amy Conley says:

    I read mostly e-books, but love my physical books. The real thing is so much nicer. And easier, for me anyway, to keep track of specially in a series.

  62. Tracy Shafer says:

    I read a lot of both..but I love the feel of a real book in my hand!

  63. Kari says:

    I mostly prefer e-books simply for the convenience factor. I can load a ton of them on my kindle and be set for eons. Not to mention the convenience of purchasing books. A few taps on the screen and I instantly have my purchase. The husband like the e-books too because I can’t leave them laying around “everywhere”.

  64. Janelle Reicher says:

    I read mostly paper back! But I do like ebooks too.

  65. flchen1 says:

    I still LOVE print, and still prefer that, but I do admit I find it handy to have a zillion books on my phone for those times I end up stuck somewhere waiting 😉 Alas, DH still trips over the physical TBR 😀

  66. Candis Terry says:

    CONGRATULATIONS TO THE WINNER MELINDA OTT!

    Everyone else stay tuned, I’ll have another tote bag giveaway next week!

    Have a great weekend and Happy Mother’s Day to all!

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