Banned Book Week Giveaway Hop Sep. 15th – 30th

 

It’s time to shine some light on Banned Books. So many books get banned for one thing or another. Lets CELEBRATE the freedom to read. 

“Our Right To Read”

Want to learn more about Banned Books visit ALA.org or the Banned Book Week websites.

 

 

 

Winners choice of any Book or eBook up to $10. The giveaway is international, as long as The Book Depository ships there free of charge (find that out here!) And, if you are a US winner, I will most likely ship from Amazon – because it will be there for you sooner! If you prefer, an eCopy I will send a Kindle or Nook edition. (Please note: You may only chose ONE of these options!)

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I was born and raised in Northern Indiana. I’m an outdoor sun loving reader living near San Fransisco. I’m a mother, wife, dog owner, animal, and book lover. I’m the owner, reviewer, and mind behind Angel’s Guilty Pleasures. My favorite animals are horses & dogs. As for reading I love all things paranormal & urban fantasy. My favorite shifters are dragons!

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10 comments on “Banned Book Week Giveaway Hop Sep. 15th – 30th

  1. I don’t know that it’s often challenged, I just looked up ones that were being challenged this year. “The Disappearing Spoon: And Other Tales of Madness, Love, and the History of the World from the Periodic Table of the Elements” by Sam Brown. It’s ironic; I saw this on Goodreads and found it interesting so I bought it. Now I find it’s on the banned books list, LOL

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  3. It’s always interesting to see that list of the top banned books because some of them really surprise me. I don’t ever agree with banning, though I have paid attention to what my own kids are reading and I don’t feel bad about monitoring that. But that’s MY choice for MY kids and I should have no say in what someone else reads or what their kids read.
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    • I agree with you. Parents need to pay attention to what their kids are watching and reading. I do find it interesting to see what they have banned. I don’t think any book should be banned. Thank’s for stopping in.

  4. Thanks so much for this giveaway. I LOVED banned books – because they tend to be the best books out there. I don’t think books should ever be banned though. Love the quotes you shared; I pinned the Oscar Wild one (LOVE that quote).

    -Lauren
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    • You are welcome! I agree books should be banned. We all have different taste and things we like and believe. Glad you enjoyed the quotes I picked out. Good luck in the giveaway!

  5. I don’t believe in censorship of books or music! Who has the right to tell anyone what they should read or what music to listen to.I’ve read a lot of books that were not my cup of tea and instead of giving the book a bad rating I just say that while I didn’t care for the book I know that somebody else will like it.when I was a kid my mom had the book LOOKING FOR MR GOODBAR it had drugs,sex and abuse in it and it was considered a bad book. I remember I was about 13 and when I read it,my mom let me read it because she felt I was mature enough.my mom never told us what to read or what music to listen to.

    • We all should have the options to choice what we want to read or listen too. I don’t mind if theirs a warning on the music or the book. I prefer to have an option and not someone saying no you can’t read or listen too it. Thank’s for stopping in and good luck in the giveaway!

  6. No book should ever be banned!! That is sacrilege! I and I’m sure many others love books here. How could this ever be done?? We all have a right to read whatever we feel like. This is truly a sad, sad world for this to be done.