Literary BlogHop Book #Giveaway


Leave a comment, win a book… Open internationally

The literary bloghop hosted by  Melanie at My Book Self offers the chance to win a book at Word by Word and visit other blogs offering books, vouchers and bookish accessories. Anyone can enter, anywhere in the world, you don’t have to have a blog or follow anything, just leave a comment,

To be in to win a copy of:


Our Endless Numbered Days

by Claire Fuller

– read my review here

Peggy Hillcoat is 17 years old and has been back in her family for 2 months now, everything is familiar and strange at the same time. Her father is no longer there, but in his place is an 8-year-old brother Oskar, she hadn’t known of until her return. He is the same age now that she was when she and her father disappeared, for nine years, without trace. – extract from Claire’s review

a) Leave a comment below with your email address (1 entry)

b) Follow me on twitter @clairewords  and ReTweet the offer (1 entry)

c) Follow Word by Word (1 entry)

Click Here to visit other participating blogs…

Thank you for stopping by at Word by Word and Happy Blog Hopping!

N.B. The giveaway closes 12 April, 2015. The winner will be notified by email.

This giveaway is now closed.

54 thoughts on “Literary BlogHop Book #Giveaway

  1. I have read nothing but good reviews of this book so would love the chance of winning a copy. Great blog – I always look forward to your posts.

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  2. I’ve had this on my list since your original recommendation and only this week went to Waterstones near work to look for it-they didn’t have it so I ended up buying 5 other books! Madness! So I’d love to win it though I feel lazy saying that as I really should just get online and order it!

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      • I was tempted by Ben Lerner’s 10:04, Lionel Davidsons thriller ‘Kolmynsky’ ( the bookseller recommended it and Phillip Pullman says best thriller he’s ever read apparently!) We Are Not Ourselves by Matthew Thomas, Timur Vermes ‘Look Who’s Back’ and Kamila Shamsie’s A God In Every Stone. Read any of them?

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        • I have read very few new books so far this year apart from a couple of translations and the one I’m giving away, but have had my eye on Kamila Shamsie for a while and read great reviews of the Ben Lerner and Matthew Thomas. I look forward to reading your thoughts on them, bit of a backlog over here on reviews and now reading Frankenstein in anticipation of a relayed broadcast from the National Theatre due to show in a couple of weeks!

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  3. Sounds intriguing! Email me at lory (at) emeraldcitybookreview (dot) com. I’m a follower on Bloglovin.


  4. This is great to enter a contest where I don’t have to jump through hoops. Most book bloggers do that.



  5. oh oh oh oh .. I just read about this book and it is so right up my street. The fact that you are giving it away is reason enough to assume that I will enjoy reading your blog.


  6. I’ve read nothing but positive reviews of this book so I’m delighted you’ve offered your readers an opportunity to win a copy. Thanks a lot.


  7. I would love to win the Our Endless Numbered Days. I follow on twitter, will re-tweet, and am a follower on WordPress too. If I win could you DM me on twitter and I’ll give you my email address thanks so much.


  8. Thanks for your giveaway. This book looks like I would enjoy reading it.

    Judy Cox


  9. I think I saw this book at the bookstore earlier today, but I can’t be sure. Thanks for the great giveaway, here’s my email: torulethewaves [at] gmail [dot] com

    I also follow your blog via WordPress (username: eclectictales11) 🙂


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  11. Thanks so much for participating in the hop, I’d love to have a copy of Our Endless Numbered Days. I’m following on twitter @snarky_1 and tweeted the giveaway. I’m also following by email elfgurl3(at)yahoo(dot)com through the wordpress widget dianeo


  12. Thank you for this giveaway. I’ve been following this book since before its release, it sounds so promising! Also, both the US and UK editions of it are so pretty, ah! I’d love to read this debut!!


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