Wednesday, June 27, 2012

Canada Day Blog Hop

Happy Canada Day!!! YAY!! This year I will be giving away Reflection!! I seriously LOVED this book and I want everyone to read it too!! 


*Open Internationally*


1 copy of This Is Not A Test by Courtney Summers
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One person will win an e-book of Reflection by Jessica Roberts

About Reflection: 

Bright, spunky Heather Robbins has escaped her small hometown and is anxiously beginning her freshman year of college. Rising above her rocky childhood, she’s found a place where good things are finally starting to happen: her own private apartment, refreshing college classes, and an intense attachment to a mysterious and rugged classmate, Nick Richards.

But when her dreamy college life turns out to be nothing more than a wonderful dream while resting in a coma, questions threaten.

Now, Heather must press forward to unlock the real past, and find the answers buried deep in her mind. What she unlocks instead is a roller coaster ride through flashbacks, embellished memories, and a whirlwind romance.

And when it’s all over and she comes face to face with the truth, will she lose everything she’s fallen in love with

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31 comments:

  1. What I know about Canada:

    Well.. A lot. I've lived here all my life. But I'll go with: ice cold winters and scorching summers.

    Happy Canada Day!

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  2. MMM, I don't know too much... maybe the yellowstone park?:)

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  3. Lol half of Niagara Falls is in Canada, right?

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  4. Thanks for participating in this year's hop!

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  5. What I know about Canada? It has a lot of good authors & the scenery is lovely =) x

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  6. Thanks for participating in this fabulous hop! I did not realize till this how many of my fav authors were Canadian!Kelly Armstrong, Dani Harper, Lynsay Sands...

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  7. I know their famous for the Bacon.

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  8. In November, 2010, archeologists working at Cupids, Newfoundland discovered the earliest known English cemetery in Canada - about 400 years old.

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  9. I don't know much about Canada but I do know that John Cabot was suppose to have been the first European explorer there.

    AndreaH
    davandihamilton (at) gmail (dot) com

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  10. Thank you for being a part of the hop! :) This book looks very interesting!

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  11. I know Canadians discovered that insulin can treat diabetes!

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  12. A candian invented basketball.....our national sport is actually la crosse not hockey....and our first prime minister was John A. Macdonald.

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  13. Tim Hortons was a hockey player who was born in Cochrane ON, where my parents actually live right now!

    frenchcanadienne(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  14. My cousin lives there lol jk. I know Niagra Falls is in Ontario. They speak French as well as English....hmm not a lot actually, I'm far away in Ireland. But I would love to visit Canada some day.

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  15. "Other than hockey" LOL nice, Amanda! <3

    Um, we invented poutine? Sorry, rest of the world. There was also the insulin discovery and the invention of the snowmobile! Speaking of snowmobiles, I also know that it is WAY TOO HOT for Canada right now (*dies in heat*)... Oh wait. Canadians don't actually live in igloos, although my pet polar bear kind of wishes we did. Thanks so much for the giveaway!

    Sonia

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  16. The football fields are longer than American.

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  17. I know that Canada is the second largest country in the world.
    Jennelle J

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  18. All I know about Canada is that Barney Stinson from How I Met Your Mother is 25% Canadian. Haha, kidding. Umm, I've been to Niagara Falls, I know the weather there is crazy, that the entire country doesn't speak French like people think (I think it's just Quebec), and that you have an awesome health care system. I also really want to go to Canada's Wonderland and a Tim Horton's.

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  19. Well, I've lived in Winnipeg all my life! Did you know that you can see Beluga whales in Northern Manitoba? There are actually tours that run out of Churchill. In addition to seeing the polar bears, you can go beluga and seal watching! Pretty cool!!

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  20. Canada... c'est une pays bilingue! We have ten provinces and 3 territories!

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  21. I just learned from another blog that Canadians eat the most macaroni and cheese!

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  22. Thank you so much for participating in this years blog hop!

    Hope you had an amazing weekend!

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  23. I live in WA state, which border Canada and I've been there a lot. Canadians are super friendly I love the money. I have a collection of loonies and toonies. ;)

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  24. I love our bacon (Canadian bacon is yummy) Also our maple syrup, ketchup chips and poutine. (I think I might be a little hungry right now!)
    Happy Canada Day (I'm giving away This is Not a Test too! It was a great book)

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  25. Ice Wine!!!

    elizabeth @ bookattict . com

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  26. I know that Canada is turning 145 this year. Thats pretty cool :D

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  27. Part of Niagara Falls is in Canada

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Thanks Amanda

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