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#ArmchairBEA2014 #Giveaway: Tricia Goyer OR V.C Andrews with #TBT

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Today's Instagram challenge is #ThrowBackThursday. I decided to share my submission with you.
This was taken in 2009, as I settled down and started reading a book that scared the crap out of me. Afraid by Jack Kilborn. If you haven't read it and like thrillers, get it.

Now onto the giveaway.
I have extra copies of two books that I absolutely loved and for different reasons. The winner will be able to choose one of those books.

First up, classic, Flowers in the Attic. It was made into a movie, twice, and this is the new cover. I love this book, well, the series in fact. It does touch on sensitive subjects, but that is what makes it great reading.

This book, Mom's Night Out, is a movie as well. I can't wait to see it too. I tell ya, without spoiling my upcoming review, this is laugh-out-loud funny that mom's and dad's will love!

So which book would you choose?

If you live in the US or Canada, you may enter.

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  1. I would choose Flowers in the Attic because it is the first V.C. Andrews book I have read and I am still kicking myself for giving my copy away years ago.

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  2. I would definitely pick Flowers in the Attic! I remember reading it way back when I was younger, and I'd love to read it again. Oh, nostalgia!

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  3. Ilove your photo :) Hope your enjoying ArmchairBEA

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  4. I'd love to win Flowers in the Attic. Thanks for this giveaway!

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  5. Moms night out, I didn't know it was a book!

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  6. Most definitely Flowers in the Attic.

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  7. Nice shot of you Freda! I'm putting my name in for Flowers in the Attic. Now I'm curious why you were so scared :)

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  8. I would pick Moms' Night Out. I didn't even realize that there was a book! I haven't seen the movie, but the trailer looked interesting.
    Thanks for the giveaway!

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  9. Great giveaway, thanks for hosting this :) I think I would choose Flowers in the Attic; I never read it and I'm curious to read how the sensitive topics were handled.

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  10. Flowers in the Attic is a classic!

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  11. I would pick Flowers in the Attic.
    Thanks for the giveaway.

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  12. Cool #TBT photo. I don't think I have any pics of me reading. Hmm. I didn't get creative enough with that topic.

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  13. I'd have to go with Moms Night Out :) Thanks for the chance.

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  14. I think I would like to read Flowers in the Attic

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  15. I would choose the Mom's Night Out book.

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  16. I'd choose Mom's Night Out because I have neither read the book nor seen the movie! Thanks for the chance to win a copy!

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  17. I want flowers in the attic! I have heard about this book all over the place but haven't read t yet!!


    Gillian @www.bookmusings.com

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  18. I would pick Mom's Night Out...I have an old copy of Flowers in the Attic that is still in good condition ;)

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  19. I would choose moms night out ;)

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  20. Id like to read the moms night out.

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  21. I would pick Flowers in the Attic...

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  22. I'd love to read Mom's Night Out! :)

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