Saturday, 7 September 2013

1 YEAR BLOGIVERSARY PARTY




HAPPY 1 YEAR BLOGIVERSARY TO MISSBOOKWORM REVIEWS!

WHAT A YEAR IT CERTAINLY HAS BUT I'VE MET SOME WONDERFUL AUTHORS AND READERS AND EVEN MADE SOME GREAT FRIENDS OUT OF IT!
I HOPE YOU HAVE ALL LOVED READING MY REVIEWS EVERY WEEK AND THAT IT ALWAYS GETS YOU BUYING YOURSELF A COPY SO YOU CAN ENJOY TOO!

THIS WEEKEND THERE IS GOING TO BE PLENTY OF PRIZES TO BE WON AND WILL BE SO BUSY I THINK I WILL BE SHATTERED BY THE END OF IT. 
I HOPE YOU ALL ENJOY YOURSELF AS MUCH AS I AM GOING TO AND I HOPE TO SEE YOU ALL FOLLOWING MY REVIEWS MORE IN THE FUTURE :) :)

THERE IS A MAIN PRIZE GIVEAWAY WHICH I AM GOING TO POST ON HERE.

MAIN PRIZE GIVEAWAY

1 X SIGNED COPY OF THE DESPERATE WIFE'S SURVIVAL PLAN BY ALISON SHERLOCK
1 X COPY OF THE COINCIDENCE OF CALLIE AND KAYDEN BY JESSICA SORENSON
1 X COPY OF BY MY SIDE BY ALICE PETERSON
BOOKMARKS & GOODIES.

TO ENTER THE COMPETITION...YOU MUST FOLLOW THE RAFFLECOPTER COMP BUT ALSO ANSWER THE QUESTION BELOW TOO!

MAIN PRIZE GIVEAWAY QUESTION
IF YOU COULD HAVE ONE OF YOUR FAVOURITE BOOKS MADE INTO A FILM WHAT WOULD IT BE AND WHY?



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COMPETITION WILL END MONDAY AND WINNER WILL BE CHOOSEN BY RANDOM MONDAY NIGHT!
GOOD LUCK TO YOU ALL!

DON'T FORGET THERE IS PLENTY MORE PRIZES THIS WEEKEND, SO DON'T WORRY IF YOU HAVEN'T WON ANYTHING JUST YET.
XXX

15 comments:

  1. it would be The All Souls Trilogy- because it's romantic, suspenseful, adventurous, magical, and incredibly enjoyable!

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    1. that is by Deborah Harkness btw :)

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  2. Mine would be 'Where Rainbows End' - Cecilia Ahern. I read this cover to cover in two days and really got me back into reading, which is amazing. I really felt for the storyline and the characters. It's my favourite book and I just love it. But technically cheating it's being made into the film Love, Rosie next year. Very excited!!!!

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  3. The Kashmir Shawl by Rosie Thomas.

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  4. 'The Stainless Steel Rat' by Harry Harrison - because I've waited for 30 years for it to get made, since I first read it aged 10, and I reckon Christian Bale should play Slippery Jim DiGriz :)

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  5. A Weekend with Mr Darcey. A well written book with both instantly fall in love characters and characters you instantly dislike. Set in a beautiful house with beautiful scenery around.

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  6. It would have to be Me Before You by Jojo Moyes. The feelings it evoked in me remain with me today. The heartache, the little triumphs, the friendships, the tragedy, the loss, the love. It was a difficult subject to write about but Jojo did it brilliantly.

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    1. that was my book for World Book Night give-a-way- i really liked it too :)

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  7. I'm the biggest hater of film adaptations. I cannot deal with the way they change and alter the storyline and omit or add in new characters. So I would find it hard to see one of my favourite books turned into a film because it would ruin the image I had in my head of the characters and the settings etc.
    However, if I had to choose one book I would definitely go for a chick-lit. I think it would be Cupcakes At Carringtons; it could be an incredible film!

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  8. Happy blogversary !I would have to say By My Side by Alice Peterson although think we will need a box of tissues!!xx

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  9. I would love to see The Irresistible Blueberry Bakeshop and Cafe made into a film. I think the combination of a fantastic storyline along with beautiful scenery (and a gorgeous male lead) would make the perfect combination for a film we would all curl up infront of on a lazy Sunday afternoon

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  10. Since I am a huge Paige Toon fan I would love to see all her books as movies....but especially "Lucy in the sky" since it all started with this book. I really hope this becomes reality some time!!!

    Thanks by the way for everything that you are doin my lovely!

    HAPPY BLOG ANNIVERSARY!!!

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  11. A winter flame by Milly Johnson. Whilst I was reading it I was casting the film in my head and it was one of the most image vivid books I've read. I really could imagine myself there- and would love to lose myself in the film- especially if they'd let me cast Jacques.

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  12. Melissa Hill - Before I forget, loved it!

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  13. Right now, having just finished Jo Baker's Lonbourn I can almost see the wonderful novel on the big screen and everyone who has read or watched Pride&Prejudice would get to see the servants story. Could be amazing !!

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