Sunday, 3 June 2012

Jubilee Giveaway Blog Hop (INT)

Hurrah!
It is the long Jubilee weekend and as I'm very patriotic, I just had to do something on my blog to celebrate. I noticed this fantastic blog-hop and what would be better than to celebrate with a UK YA themed giveaway? 

This book is set in the UK but this is an INTERNATIONAL giveaway, so anyone can join in!

I'm going to giveaway a PAPERBACK copy of one of the best UK YA books that I've read this year as well as some swag! The book that you can win is:

Bringing the Summer by Julia Green

It's the lazy end of summer and Freya is about to start her A levels. Her brother Joe died a year ago, but she is slowly coming to terms with his death. She is beginning to feel ready for something new - a change. And then a railway accident brings her by chance into contact with the gorgeous Gabes. Freya is drawn not just to Gabes himself and his blond good looks, but everything about him, including his large, shambolic, warm and loving family, which seems to Freya so different to her own family of three... and then Gabes' clearly troubled older brother makes it clear he is interested in Freya - and Freya has some decisions to make about what she really wants.
You can check out my review of the book here!

All you need to do to enter is fill in the Rafflecopter form below:


Good luck and have a fantastic long weekend!

18 comments:

  1. I love the monarchy - it means not having to deal with President Blair or Cameron (that would be awful) and they really are a great marketing asset for GB! I don't really know why, but just seeing them out and about always fills me with pride :) in a way it's what it means to be British! For me, at least. We're celebrating in a way - watching all the coverage on tv and eating a fancy meal! ;)

    Hope you have a fantastic jubilee weekend!

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  2. I haven't celebrated but I do love the Royal Family - they fill me with pride :) xo

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  3. Happy Jubilee weekend :) Yes we are celebrating, events at family fun day today but got rained off a bit but family part on tues!! woop woop

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  4. Watching the pageant today was amazing!:D I enjoy the fact we have a monarchy.

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  5. The jubilee is a wonderful way to celebrate the Queen and her acheivement of 60 years as our monarch! Long life the Queen!

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  6. It doesn't mean very much to me. I'm an Australian, and although I realise we have some contact with the queen, it doesn't make any difference to my life.

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  7. I'm in Hungary at the moment so I'm not celebrating - but I do love the Queen and the Royal Family! :)

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  8. I live in the Netherlands, so it doen't mean very much to me...

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  9. i live in belgium and both our monarchies have a strong link so they are some tv shows and small celebration

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  10. I love the Monarchy - it's very British, and I think we should be proud! We're actually on holiday, but off out to a fireworks celebration/bbq tonight, which is apparently happening even if it rains!

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  11. I am not entering because I have read and loved this book already :) I hope you have a great Jubilee weekend, Stephanie, I am enjoying it so far. I am loving seeing the queen on T.V. and the insight we are getting into her younger self. :)

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  12. I'm not celebrating because I live far away from England xD
    But I do love the royal family especially the The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge <3

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  13. Yay for England. I live in Canada, which is more or less a colony of the UK. We've been hearing a lot here about the Jubilee. I won't be celebrating it but I followed it all weekend on TV!

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  14. I live is US so not celebrating but wished my Girl NICKY WELLS a happy holiday! <3

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  15. I live in Indonesia, so don't know very much about this. Only in novel or watch tv.

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  16. I'm not celebrating, because I'm not from England :) But I really like the Queen and Royal Family. She looks so nice to me and so strong :)

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  17. To me the English monarchy is just good fun, love the hats and corgis!

    The Rafflecopter calls me 'Margot' since it is accessing my facebook where I am 'Margot Core'; the Rafflecopter connects to this

    email: annazed10 (at) yahoo (dot) com

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  18. Just finished watching the concert - LONDON I LOVE YOU!
    Have never been so proud to be British!

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