What are you reading right now? Hachette has your next book!

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If you’re searching for the next best book, why not enter to win FOUR?!

Our friends at Hachette Book Group are offering the following four books. Enter to win, simply by leaving a comment below sharing your favorite book of all time, why it’s your favorite, and how it touched your life. We want to hear from you!

  1. How to Be a Hepburn in a Hilton World: The Art of Living with Style, Class, and Grace By Jordan Christy
  2. The Love Revolution By Joyce Meyer
  3. Role of a Lifetime: Reflections on Faith, Family, and Significant Living By James Brown , Nathan Whitaker , Tony Dungy
  4. Loved: Stories of Forgiveness By Rebecca St. James

Contest Guidelines:

  • Deadline-October15th, 2009, midnight, EDT
  • Canada & US Residents Only: No P.O. Boxes please
  • Make sure you’re subscribed to the Words To Mouth newsletter to receive winner announcement (not posted on website)

There Are 11 Responses So Far. »

  1. My favorite book is: Jane Austin’s “Pride and Prejudice” A wonderful story I can read over and over again- and the BBC version mini-series of the same name is the best adaptation of the book! Thanks for offering such great books, Carrie!

  2. Thanks for this lovely giveaway. My favorite book is Rebecca by Daphne Du Maurier. This book began my love affair with reading and I was hooked for life. The emotional beauty of this novel, the descriptive setting and the depth of the characters are so profound. My future of reading, becoming a devoted bookworm and a librarian was due to this author and all of her exceptional novels.

  3. I would love to win these books! I love reading stories of faith uplifting your life.

    I have a few favorite books of all time, for different reasons.
    1. East of Eden by John Steinbeck – a riveting classic
    2. The Shack – shows that when you have been through the most horrible experience your relationship with God can heal you.
    3. Twilight Series by Stephenie Meyer – I read all 4 of these books in about 1 1/2 weeks and they restored my love of reading for FUN!

  4. I think my favorite book is Rebecca by Du Maurier.

  5. This topic is dear to my heart. Thanks for this great post and the books look wonderful. A book that has resounded with me since I began reading seriously is Sister Carrie by Theodore Dreiser. The writing, the era and the amazing story put me under a spell and I have since read all of his books.

  6. I am currently reading Three Cups of Tea and wish we as a country could offer this type of support rather than use guns and soldiers to deal with opposition and suppresion.

  7. My all time fav is L. Frank Baum’s Wonderful Wizard of Oz, and all the “Oz” books he wrote. Most people do not understand he wrote a whole series! The reasons for The Wonderful Wizard of Oz…it has so many elements of human emotions and the best being… never give up, persevere for what you want and need! This book transcends to all generations. My Aunt read it to me when I was very young and my imagination went wild! The 1930 movie is good, But the next movie which combined several of the other “Oz” books was very depressing…a true example of some **books should be enjoyed as Books To Be Read **…not movies! Wonderful Wizard of Oz…. Home, Family, Love, Sadness, Longing, Travel, Friends, Fright, Fantasy, Obstacles, Plans, Dreams, Music, and back home again.

  8. My favorite book is a slim little volume, “The Book of Eve” by Constance Beresford Howe. I first read it as a young woman, and it really opened up my eyes to the humanity and passion of “older” women, which at the time, I hadn’t really deeply considered. Now, that I’m almost the age of the heroine in the story, I’ve read it again from the other side of the fence. Very lovely story!

  9. I think my favorite has to be Anne of Green Gable. Why because of all the many ways she can get herself into skirmisher.

  10. My favorite book of all time is The Shell Seekers by Rosamunde Pilcher. I love to read family sagas and this one was a story that I really loved. It was beautifully written.

  11. My favorite book of all time is “Where the Red Fern Grows” by Wilson Rawls It tells of a boys that sacrifices to get the one things he really wants, hunting dogs and then learns about real love and how to be a man through those dogs. It is a winner every time.

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