Wednesday, December 21, 2011

On the third day of Christmas ...A Tasty Read gave to me....A BOOK!!  Yes people, A Tasty Read is on the THIRD day of GIVEAWAY'S and having SO MUCH FUN!!  I love sharing my favorites with everyone, and You don't even have to be a follower to enter...Just had down to the bottom, click Comment and answer the Giveaway question of the day!!  If you haven't won yet...KEEP ENTERING!!  GOOD LUCK!!

Today, We are celebrating Day THREE of MY FAVORITE BOOKS GIVEAWAY!!

Firstly....CONGRATULATIONS to Stephanie O. who is our DAY TWO Winner!!

**For those that didn't win, try again today...You can enter everyday, but can ONLY win ONCE!! Good Luck!!

A Tasty Read is giving away FIVE books this week to FIVE lucky winners. The ONLY catch is that the books are MY FAVORITE BOOKS...Hey, I am ALWAYS recommending these books to I figured why not Give Away a few...just to get the party started!!


1. You will have to leave a comment in order to be entered to win. Just click on "comment" at the bottom of the post. ( You don't have to be A Tasty Reader in order to leave a comment!)

2. Make sure to leave an email address so I can contact the winners.

3. You may enter each day, but can only win once. (Its the Holiday's...Lets spread the joy around)

4. If you are announced as a winner, please choose which book off of MY FAVORITES LIST that you would like to receive. YAY!!


See Jane Score by Rachel Gibson

Fatal Affair by Marie Force

Birthright by Nora Roberts

Just One of the Guys by Kristan Higgins

Not Another Bad Date by Rachel Gibson

Smooth Talking Stranger by Lisa Kleypas

Untraceable by Laura Griffin

It Had to be You by Susan Elizabeth Phillips

Paradise by Judith McNaught

Falling for Gracie by Susan Mallery

Beg for Mercy by Jami Alden

The Blue Bistro by Elin Hildebrand

Not Another New Years by Christie Ridgway

Something About You by Julie James

Tempt Me Tonight by Toni Blake

My One and Only by Kristan Higgins

Thread of Fear by Laura Griffin

Match Me If You Can by Susan Elizabeth Phillips

Wild Card by Lora Leigh

Devil in Winter by Lisa Kleypas

Something Borrowed by Emily Giffin

YA Favorites

Perfect You by Elizabeth Scott

The Duff by Kody Keplinger

The Lonely Hearts Club by Elizabeth Eulberg

Anna and the French Kiss by Stephanie Perkins

Rules of Attraction by Simone Elkeles

Going to Far by Jennifer Echols

(**I would just like to say that I have SOOO MANY FAVORITES, these are just the few that stay with me long after I finished reading them.)

Giveaway Question Day Three: What is your FAVORITE Christmas Carol, or Holiday Song?  Any Reason why it's your favorite?  Any happy memories or sad memories??  Tell me about it!!


Rach Thielen said...

Good question! I would have to say that my favorite song is Silent Night, especially at church when the lights get turned out & only the lights to the Christmas tree are shinning. To me, it is a beautiful moment

Natalija said...

Congrats to Stephanie!!! I would say "All I want for Christmas is You" by Mariah Carey. This song always puts me in a Christmas mood.

Rach Thielen said...

I am not changing my comment but wanted to say I love love love that song by Mariah Carey!!

Gingy said...

I must agree! I love Mariah's 'All I Want For Christmas is You'. It brings back great memories!

Lorelei B. said...

All I want for Christmas is you by Mariah Carey! Wow, she's kind of popular I see. I like hers because I love the lyrics, that special someone is more important than any gift and it puts me in the Xmas spirit, too. Actually I have it on repeat on my Ipod along with Carol of the Bells, another favorite and Sleigh ride :D
So glad I found A Tasty Read! I'd love to join!!! ;D

A Tasty Reader said...

MARIAH?? REALLY LADIES!! What about "O'Come all ye Faithful", or "Baby it's cold outside"? You guys LOVE MARIAH?? Even N'SYNC Chrsitmas CD is better than that!! HAHAHA

And thanks Lorelei...I would love to have you as a TASTY READER!!

Amanda Gehman said...

I have to agree with Rach, Silent Night is my favorite as well. I love it being the last song at Church on Christmas Eve and everyone holding their candles lighting them from the other people in the congregation and singing it with no instruments or anything. This year I have to be in our nursery and wont be able to sing it with the church and I am really gonna miss it.

jen shields said...

White Christmas. I sing it 24/7 around the holidays. Nothing beats a classic Christmas with voices like Bing Crosby and Judy garland.

A Tasty Reader said...

Amanda, next year I am going to church with you...that sounds like an amazing time!!

Jen...Thats gonna be a long trip home if you are singing White Christmas all the way there!! XOXO

Cindy said...

My favorite song is "O Holy Night". I loved that song growing up and still do. We would put up the tree, get out the Christmas albums, and the stereo would be playing until Christmas Day. I also remember that song being sung at Midnight Mass. Our church choir sounded so impressive! It was a big deal for a child to go to Midnight Mass. Oh, the wonderful memories it brings back!

Luv2laugh82 said...

I'll be home for Christmas....
Sometimes it is hard to all be together so remembering each loved one is important...."even if it is in our dreams."

Jeanne S

Karen Lawson said...

My favorite Christmas song is O Holy Night, especially when my son is singing it. He moved away from home after college and after 8 years away, he and his wife and daughter have returned home!! It has been wonderful having him sit at the piano and sing again. Nothing like getting me in the Christmas spirit with him singing and his daughter dancing.

Anonymous said...

Mariah Carey all I want for Christmas

Maureen said...

I never really thought about it until Daniel came home from school singing "Jingle Bell Rock". I googled the words so I could sing along with him. He is an amazing little creature. This Christmas we should totally go house to house singing. We will definetly get some cookies and milk, at least Daniel will. Maybe he will share with us.

A Tasty Reader said...

Cindy and Karen, I agree about "O Holy Night", it always makes it feel like Christmas and with special memories like both of you have, how can you not feel good when you hear this song!

Jeanne, you are spot on with "Ill be Home for Christmas", it is exactly how I feel traveling to NY this year since moving to NC last February. This year it is all about Family and seeing everyone again!

Maureen, I have always loved "Jingle Bell Rock" from all of my elementary school concerts, but I think the cutest little boy ever singing it in his birthday suit, shot it right to my top favorite!!

Lorelei B. said...

Oh, Holy night! is another favorite!
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Allison said...

Just One of the Guys is a favorite of mine too, great choice!

I love the song Little Drummer Boy sung by Faith Hill :)

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