Friday, May 6, 2016

May I Suggest Giveaway Hop: Enter to Win "The Silver Witch" by Paula Brackston (Hardcover)

Welcome to the May I Suggest Giveaway Hop hosted by Valerie of Stuck in Books. Every blogger participating in this hop is featuring a book that was an incredible or amazing read! That's an easy one for me because I love the books in Paula Brackston's "witch" series, and I have a beautiful hardcover copy of The Silver Witch to send to one lucky winner!


This amazing tale tells the story of two women who lived centuries apart, but whose lives become increasingly connected as the story unfolds. Tilda lives in modern times and mourns the unexpected death of her new husband. Living alone in the lakeside cottage they had bought together, she begins to experience strange phenomena. The electricity shorts out wherever she is. She sees a vision of ancient people rowing in a lake. Archaeologists are unearthing a grave that Tilda senses should be left undisturbed. And Tilda’s dog digs up an ancient piece of jewelry that has a very strange effect on Tilda whenever she wears it.

Then we also learn of Seren, a “seer” or witch who advised the prince of the lakeside people during Celtic times. Her visions predict his doom while he declares his love for Seren despite his politically arranged marriage. It is a dangerous time of warring kingdoms, and Seren’s influential position with the king is perilous. As Tilda uncovers more details about Seren, the woman she saw in the boat, she realizes that her life is interwoven with Seren’s in many mysterious ways.

The Silver Witch kept me under its spell from the start and ended with a heart-stopping encounter that lingered in my consciousness long after the book was put down. The lake was filled with magic, but so was the pen that recorded this haunting story. Don’t miss out on this mesmerizing read.

Enter through the Rafflecopter form below to win a hardcover copy of The Silver Witch, by Paula Brackston. This giveaway is open to U.S. residents only and ends at 11:59 PM on May 19, 2016.

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Now hop around to the other blogs participating in this hop for the chance to read more highly recommended books!



Disclaimer: I won this book in a giveaway. This post contains my Amazon affiliate link.

58 comments:

  1. Slaughterhouse Five totally blew my mind when I read it :) Made me think about time travel in a whole new way! :)

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  2. Robin Hobb's whole catalog of Elderlings books are amazing! Thanks!

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  3. I've never read The Silver Witch but it sounds wonderful. Books that I have recently recommended are My Grandmother Asked Me to Tell You She's Sorry and The Girl on the Train.

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  4. I liked The Girl in the Blue Coat

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  5. This book sounds like it be a great read

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  6. Forbidden by Kimberley Griffiths Little is so exciting to read.

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  7. Sounds interesting. Thanks for this opportunity.

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  8. I loved "Since you've been gone" by Morgan Matson!!!

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  9. Surfing Samurai Robots by Mel Gilden

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  10. One of my all time favorites is Frankenstein!

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  11. This sounds good! One book I read that was really awesome is Summoned by Rainy Kaye

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  12. The books I really love is The Tradd Street series by Karen White. It takes place in Charleston SC and amazing reads.

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  13. Watership Down. It's incredible and amazing and bunnies!

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  14. Interview With A Vampire By Anne Rice changed how I looked at vampires and the genre

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  15. To Kill a Mockingbird is my all time favorite book.

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  16. I really enjoyed Shatter Me by Tahereh Mafi.

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  17. Can't think of a single book

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  18. I read the book "Its All Over But The Shoutin'" and I feel like it was an eye opening book
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    Ashley C

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  19. I just read girl on a train-it was okay.
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  20. House of Leaves by Mark Danielewski. I loved how dark that book was.

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  21. I liked the Fellowship of the Ring.

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  22. Angels Walking by Karen Kingsbury

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  23. "Memoirs Of A Geisha." It's been several years since I read it, but it left such an incredible impression on me that it was the first to come to mind. Beautiful writing/language.

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  24. I'm now reading the outlander series. love the time travel theme

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  25. The last book I read that was amazing, was Stephen King's The Bazaar of Bad Dreams :)

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  26. I'm currently reading Remember to Forget by Ashley Royer. It's an incredible story about a boy who grieves so deeply for his dead girlfriend that he goes into a mute state.

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  27. Ayn Rand Atlas Shrugged helped me look at things differently as a young adult.

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  28. One of my favorites The Language of Flowers by Vanessa Diffenbaugh ♡ Thank you

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  29. I loved The Five People You Meet In Heaven by Mitch Albom.

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  30. I love the Outlander novels.

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  31. Taylor Jenkins Reid- After I Do. Really blew me away recently.

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  32. I really liked the series Carolina Cousins by Michael Phillips.

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  33. My favorite book is Steinbeck's East of Eden. It's incredible every single time I read it!

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  34. The Hobbit, for the setting, characters and adventure.

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  35. Loved Blue Smoke by Nora Roberts!!~

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  36. Deception of a Highlander by Madeline Martin it was a wonderful, empowering (a very tough female characters!)

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  37. I recently finished All the Light We Cannot See and it was an absolutely beautifully written book.

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  38. pride and prejudice

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  39. Anything by R.L. Stine.
    Thanks for the chance to win!

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  40. The Witch of Blackbird Pond by Elizabeth George Speare
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  41. I am currently reading the Maisie Dobbs series by Jacqueline Winspear and find them incredible.

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  42. It is hard to choose just one that was amazing. In the past couple of months The Kite Runner, The Handmaid's Tale and The Death Of Ivan Ilyich have all stuck with me and will for a long time

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  43. i just read the advocate's daughter and i really enjoyed it.

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  44. Lady Midnight by Cassandra Clare

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  45. One of the best books I've ever read was "The Bronze Horseman" by Paulina Simons.

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  46. I really enjoyed the Tomorrow series by John Marsden. The first book is called "Tomorrow, When The War Began."

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  47. I read so much....gotta love reading. Anywho, the last book I read is called the "unwanteds" I highly recommend the series to adults and teens...

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  48. My all time favorite is at home in Mitford. I love the characters and read it again and again

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  49. Right now I'm reading The Sympathizer which won the Pulitzer Prize---wow!

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  50. I like the Hunger Games really enjoyed it.

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  51. THE BOOK SOUNDS GREAT AND THANKS FOR THE GIVEAWAY! SHELLEY S. calicolady60@hotmail.com

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