Friday, March 7, 2014

Lucky IS Reading Giveaway Hop!



Hello everyone! Today I'm super excited to take part in my first giveaway hop organized by Valerie from Stuck In Books!

I wanted to take part of this one because it's March and that means everyone is a bit Irish and everything can be green for St Patrick's Day, and with my love for everything and anything Irish... I just had to!

That's why I decided to give away a copy of a book set in Ireland and with a lot of Irish myth and folklore in it: The Treachery of Beautiful Things by Ruth Frances Long!

I read it last year and loved it! And really, that cover is gorgeous, isn't it?




Well, to enter you only have to fill the Rafflecopter below, easy peasy! Good Luck!

a Rafflecopter giveaway


Now, you can check the other participants in the Hop to see what other books you could win! Sláinte!

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61 comments:

  1. I don't believe I have read a book based on Irish folklore. I'd love for this one to be my first. Excellent giveaway!

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  2. haven't read those stories before but i want to..
    thx u for the chance :)

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  3. I think I never read a book with Irish mythology in it.
    Thanks for the chance to win this giveaway.

    Mariska

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  4. I don't think I've read any! Thanks for the chance to try something new

    88dreamers @ Seriesly Reading

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  5. i haven't read any of them but now i want it so....
    thank you so much for the chance!

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  6. The Danaan Trilogy and Wicked Lovely (?) series. The Holders also is a bit Irish I think.

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  7. The only one I've read is The Myths, Legends, and Lore of Ireland by Amy Hackney Blackwell. I loved it! :)

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  8. I haven't read any yet but there are a few on my list to read! Would love to read this book and Wendy Higgins new book that's getting ready to come out called See Me! Would also love to read The Lament series by Maggie Stiefvater. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  9. +JMJ+

    I read the first Artemis Fowl book and am looking forward to completing the series. Eoin Colfer puts a modern, SF twist on the Irish fae folk!

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  10. I can only think of one at the moment, Creature of the Night by Kate Thompson :)

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  11. I don't think I have ever read any Irish mythology books. Thank you for the opportunity to check out something new!

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  12. Aw, thank you for the giveaway Pili. <3 I'm not entering, since I own a hardcover of this book, hih :) Have not read it yet, though.. but hopefully one day. Thank you for sharing :)
    <3

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  13. I don't believe I have but this would be a great way to start!

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  14. I've read is The Myths, Legends, and Lore of Ireland by Amy Hackney Blackwell. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  15. I don't think I've read any Irish mythology book, but I do love Irish writers like Cecelia Ahern and Marian Keyes and I love learning about mythology so I'd love to win this one! Thank you, it's going on my to-read list! Thanks so much for the giveaway!

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  16. I don't believe I've read any, so I guess I don't have a favorite either. I've always loved myths and legends though. I might know a few Irish ones.

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  17. Being Australian I haven't had the chance to read a book based on Irish mythology, would love the chance though, sounds interesting and I love to read something new :-) thanks for the international giveaway.

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  18. I can't recall the names, but I like books set in Ireland. Thanks for having the giveaway.

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  19. The only one I can remember reading The Hounds of the Morrigan by Pat O'Shea, which was, if I remember rightly (this was a couple years back xD), quite good!

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  20. I haven't read any books about Ireland yet!

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  21. I haven't. That's why I want to win. I'd like to try reading about Irish folklore! :D
    Thanks for the guveaway!

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  22. I do like Irish books :)Nora Roberts has a few based on Irish mythology :) I know I have read others but can't remember their names lol

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  23. I probably did read but can't remember which books

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  24. Unfortunately I can't recall ever having read any books based on anything Irish. But I'd love to! I've always liked Irish accents and the country itself. Especially when I was younger and I'd hear about pots of gold and leprechauns!

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  25. Yes! I can't remember the names, but it was a Christian Fiction series of 4 books that retold the Biblical story of Jacob, Rachel, Leah, and then Leah's daughter Dinah - but set in more recent times and set in Ireland.

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  26. Juliet Marillier's Sevenwaters series is my favorite Irish mythology series :)

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  27. I read Carrier of the Mark but it didn't have any mythology in it. The first book reminded me of Twilight to much, but the second one was pretty good!

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  28. I haven't yet but I'm going to read See Me by Wendy Higgins :)

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  29. I don't think I've read anything with Irish Mythology in it but Sun, Moon Ice and Snow was kind of close? Not sure!

    Jeann @ Happy Indulgence

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  30. Haven't read any. But I have read a book published in Ireland :D

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  31. I don't think I have yet.
    Thanks for the chance to win!

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  32. I read one book with a title When Irish Guys are Smiling and I loved it. :D

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  33. The only one I can remember is a book in the Artemis Fowl series by Eowin Colfer.

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  34. Nope, I don't think I have.

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  35. No I haven't, thank you for the international giveaway :)

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  36. I don't think I have actually, but I would love to!, Ireland is one of the top places I want to visit!

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  37. No,I havent but would surely love to.Thanks for the giveaway.

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  38. No i have not read any of those types of books yet.

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  39. I don't think I have yet.
    Thanks for the chance to win!

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  40. I have read irish mythology but it has been years. I want to start again.

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  41. I think I have, but it's been awhile and, sadly I don't remember the names.

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  42. I don't remember for sure, but I love Irish accents! Want to find a man with one to just talk to me. :-)

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  43. I haven't yet, but I would love to! Thanks for the giveaway! :D

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  44. I don't believe I have read such, yet. Sounds good, though.

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  45. I don't remember read about irish mythology.

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  46. I haven't read any books with Irish mythology in them. Thanks for the giveaway!!

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  47. I haven't read any but this one looks great!!

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  48. oohh...this giveaway looks great.
    Can i say how much I love your blog's design? plus you like all the same books as me!! yayay.

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  49. I haven't read anything yet, I believe. That is why am so excited about this one. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  50. I don't think I have read any, but I know I would enjoy . Ireland is such a romantic and fantasy themed country.

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  51. Hmm, is Wicked Lovely Irish mythology folklore based? If so, then I have read that one. And the Lament series by Maggie Stiefvater. And, as a matter of fact, I have read the amazing book that you are giving away. It is honestly one of my favorite books, and I have wanted a copy or my own shelf for a long time. So, thank you for the giveaway!

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  52. No I have not but I would love to.

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  53. I enjoyed the Sevenwaters Trilogy by Juliet Marillier. Thanks for the great giveaway!

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  54. Through the years I have read several with Irish mythology which is never enough. I think I first fell in love with Ireland as a very young girl as I saw then read Darby o'Gill and the Little People. I was hooked from then on. It al intrigues me and I love the Irish accent.

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  55. The Twelfth Stone by Jana Laiz was awesome. Ashes on the Waves by Mary Lindsay was great too.

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  56. The one I remember set in Ireland was Artemis Fowl which I really enjoyed

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  57. haven't read any yet but am up for anything - regnod(at)yahoo(d0t)com

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  58. I have not read any books set in Ireland or with Irish mythology so this would be a treat for meh!:)

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  59. abrennan09@hotmail.com
    None that I can recall...but one of my favourite movies is "Far and Away." Begins in Ireland, follows the trials and struggles of Irish families who cross the ocean for a better life in America."

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  60. What a beautiful cover! It looks like a beautiful story! I can't see the rafflecopter on my iPad unfortunately. I will have try my computer instead. :)

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