Best of 2016 Giveaway Hop

best of 2016 giveaway hop

Welcome to the Best of 2016 Giveaway Hop, Hosted by Bookhounds.

I somehow manage to do a lot of “Best of the Year” lists. One for me, one for Library Journal, and one for the SFR Galaxy Awards. But the Galaxy Awards haven’t been announced yet, and I’m not going to give spoilers. But still, two lists. And no matter how many titles are one the official list, I usually manage to squeeze a few more onto the lists in one way or another. When I like a book, I really, really like it.

And I like books a lot. I also like a lot of books.

 

I’m giving away a $10 Gift Card or a $10 Book from either my Best of 2016 or Best E-Originals posts. So take a look and let me know which one is your favorite!

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98 thoughts on “Best of 2016 Giveaway Hop

  1. I’ve already read A Family Tree and A Certain Age and loved both. I’d like to read Finn.
    Carol L

  2. I think I’d pick Spaceman by Mike Massimino to read, but if I win I’d probably ask for a gift card and go shopping. Thanks for the chance.

  3. So many books I haven’t heard of! I’m not sure yet which one I’d pick but I’ll definitely look into them. 🙂 Thank you for the giveaway!

  4. Gosh, I already have a lot of these books (many due to your reviews–thanks for that), but I still have Admiral and Family Tree on my wish list so I’d have to decide between those two if I managed to win.

  5. A lot of them sound very good! But I think I’d have a hard time choosing between When Falcons Fall and Belle Chasse.

  6. Belle Chasse is at the top of my list, although I’m also really interested in The Invisible Library and Just One Damned Thing After Another.

  7. I’m looking at your “Best of 2016” list. What an awesome and diverse collection!
    I haven’t [yet] seen the movie, but have heard so many great things. I’d love to learn more about… “Hidden Figures” by Margot Lee Shetterly. So, that is the book that I would most like to read. 🙂

  8. Allegiance of Honour by Nalini Singh. I borrowed it from the library when it was released, it was brilliant and I can’t wait to read it again.

  9. Just One Damned Thing After Another for 2 reasons. I think time travel books are amazing and the title can describe my life. Sometimes bad but mostly good and seems to be never ending. Some days, I feel like I’m on a never ending roller coaster. lol

  10. I think I would pick Just One Damned Thing After Another. I love sci-fi and time travel, and this sounds like it is different than most other time travel books.

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