1.17.2010

The Encore Bride's First Giveaway!

As you all know I am preparing for my upcoming deployment and unfortunately I had to close my Etsy shop, today I would like to giveaway one of my beautiful bookmarks. See the description below:

Beautiful one of a kind Swarovski beaded bookmark. Handmade using the finest Swarovski crystals, wire and charms. Makes a special gift for the avid reader in your life.

-Fire Opal, Yellow and Clear Crystals
-Heart and "Inspire" Charms
-Measures 14 inches in length
-Made with 4mm crystals

*This type of bookmark is safe for your book, however I would not store a book with it inside for a long period of time.

*Made with silver findings with antique finish
*Made with a very thin wire, although very durable it may bend/flex a little over time


**Not intended for children 12yrs old and younger


To enter: Please leave a comment with the name of your favorite book (I need to get some ideas for the downtime while overseas) and why you liked it so much.

Giveaway closes at 9:00 pm EST tomorrow Monday January 18, 2010.

Winner will be selected at random, one entry per person please!

39 comments:

Meg said...

What a sweet bookmark! Because I love to read, I can never have too many bookmarks! I have so many, many favorites, however the one book I read again and again is "September" by Rosamunde Pilcher. And yes, I do read it every September! Have a fun Sunday!

Erin Schneckloth said...

Can you believe that I'm an avid reader, yet do not own a decent bookmark? I'm tired of using Post-Its and the inserts out of magazines!

My favorite book recently has been Snow Flower and the Secret Fan by Lisa See. What's marvelous is that See interweaves fiction with historical events for a very gratifying story. She does this in most of her books, actually. Snow Flower is a story for all women who have ever loved a best friend dearly. I gave my mother a hardback copy for Christmas. :) It's a New York Times Best-Seller. Read more on it here: http://www.lisasee.com/snowflower.htm

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Wow, love your Blog. The best of luck in Iraq, and thank you so much for keeping our Country safe.
Beth-Forever Friends

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wendy said...

My Favorite book is The Red Tent by Anita because it is a new take on a very important biblical story that holds your interest throughout!

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Ashley @ Bride on a Budget said...

My favorite book is Something Borrowed. Great read!

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kathy55439 said...

I have been in a Beverly Lewis kick latly.... I can not get enough

Brianna Phelan said...

Beautiful bookmark and all the best with these upcoming changes in your life.

My favourite book is The Edible Woman by Margaret Atwood. This book made me know 100% that majoring in Enflish was the right move for me. it's strange and odd and comical, serious, eloquent and honest all at the same time. It's thought provoking, but playful as well. It inspires me to write.

Thanks for such a generous giveaway.

Cynthia said...

My favorite is To Kill a Mockingbird for a classic and anything by Faye Kellerman for modern.

nima said...

wow...pretty bookmark...My favorite book that I have read recently is "Secret" by Rhonda Byrne...

Candes said...

Charlottes Web. Because me and my daughter had some very precious moments sharing this book together.

Rose Mary said...

Gorgeous bookmark! My favorite book? There are so many.
I suppose my favorite is Rich Man Poor Man.
Thanks for the giveaway and please stay safe!
Rose Mary
formosarose AT gmail DOT com

Tim, Allyson, Emahry, and Jonathan said...

I still love Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austin. Such wonderful characters and story.
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rubynreba said...

I just finished The Gate House. I liked it because it kept me guessing to the very end what would happen! The bookmark is beautiful! Good luck in your deployment!

Allison said...

My favorite book lately has been The Art of Racing in the Rain by Garth Stein. Others include: The Lovely Bones, The Post-Birthday World and The Shadow of the Wind.
Beautiful bookmark, thanks for the giveaway.
Best wishes for saftey, thanks for your service.
ahartup at yahoo dot com

Ashley Elaine said...

I am a huge fan of anything Nicholas Sparks & being from eastern NC makes his books even more special because I can just read & know exactly where he is talking about. I suggest you get a big box on tissues before reading or even watching the movies.

Hannah said...

Gorgeous bookmark. My favorite book of all time is Great Expectations or The Bell Jar or ... well, there are too many. haha

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Thanks!

Paula said...

I love reading trashy romance novels to kill the time. Anything by Nora Roberts really. It's light, happy, easy to read and digestable in little chunks. Not too much thinking involved...lol
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caliebmom said...

This bookmark is beautiful. I love to read when I have the time. My favorite author is Catherine Coulter. I love the authentic historical data in her books and that she takes her characters through several books. I also enjoy her FBI series. I would recommend any of her books.

Susan Schroder
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Heidi V said...

I just got the Time Traveler's Wife and so far it's very good.

My favorite book was Club Dead in the Sookie Stackhouse Series.

Thanks
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Deb said...

I would love to give you a list of recommended books... got a year? :) For now let's just say that Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice tops the list for favorite book of all time. Her wit is undeniably charming and the way she illustrates characters in many walks and levels of life is enlightening.

Nicole D. said...

She's Come Undone by Wally Lamb is one of my favorites. A great coming-of-age story. Thanks!

Jolynn said...

One of my favoite books is Journey Of Promise By Joann Arnold. I like it because it is exciting and intense, without being gory!

Jolynn said...

Oooops! forgot my email
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Sherlyj said...

I really liked Life and Death in Shanghai, it's a powerful story about a woman who is jailed under the Cultural Revolution in China and survives. Her story is incredible. Another I'd recommend is Into Thin Air about a journalist who climbs Mt. Everest. Haven't finished yet, but it's really good so far. daydreamsinbubbles(at)hotmail(dot)com

lorides said...

My favorite book is "She's come undone" Pretty bookmark certainly better than dog earing the pages.

Heather! said...

I read *Siddhartha* by Hermann Hesse a few times a year. It's a short book so makes for a quick read, but I really enjoy it every time. It's a great story, and also tells the story of the Buddha and how he Awoke. Totally recommend it!

Another book that isn't necessarily my favorite, but I was talking about today is *Clan of the Cave Bear*. This book, and the subsequent books in the series, are so easy to get lost in! They make for a great escape!

Good luck and be safe!
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Linda Kish said...

Very pretty bookmark. Anything by James Patterson is good and fast to read. But my favorite book is a very old book entitled In the Shadow of Man by Jane Goodall. It was rereleased again a few years ago I think.

Be safe during your deployment.

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Sarah said...

My favorite book is Fields of the Fatherless by Tom Davis. Very powerful little booko that is an easy read.

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Deborah said...

My favorite book is "The Handmaid's Tale" by Margaret Atwood. I thought it was a plausable story and that something like it could actually happen in my lifetime. asthenight at gmail dot com

buzzd said...

I have so many favorites. Hmm..I just read the Maximum Ride series by James Patterson and though it is geared for young adults..I loved it as it was full of adventure and action and of course Max had to save the world.

Georgia Mist said...

My favourite book is, and always will be, To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee.

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Anonymous said...

My favorite is the Bible but the next would be Pilgrims Progress!!
That is soo cute!!
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kk said...

I really enjoyed When God WInks. It's inspiring and sweet! Thanks!

Encore Bride said...

Comments are now closed, thank you all for participating and stay tuned for the winner!

debbiejackson said...

Look the bookmark. My favorite book was Quiet Flows the Don because I've always been fascinated by Russia jacksond@nhr3.net

Debbie said...

Favorite book was "Three Weeks with My Brother" by Nicholas Sparks. First, Sparks is just a great writer. Second, I loved this book because it reminded me of my childhood with my 2 brothers.
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Miranda said...

the shopaholic series I love to shop too!

Molly C. said...

I just finished Dear John. It was really good.

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