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Happy Sunday! Here are the Goodreads giveaways ending the week of March 15 that I thought might be of interest to y’all. Best of luck to each of you! 🙂

Hope you all are healthy, stocked up on toilet paper (what is up with that anyway? lol) and using this period of wise social distancing to tackle your TBR piles! The library systems around me are closed but goodness I have enough books on my Kindle alone (not to mention the stacks of print books in my house) to last through at least a year of quarantining. AT LEAST. Anyone else?

As always, clicking on the covers will take you to the giveaways and neither myself nor my blog are in any way affiliated with Goodreads or these giveaways. All giveaways are US only unless otherwise indicated. Good luck!

giveaways ending mar 16




The Moment of Tenderness is open to US and CAN

giveaways ending mar 17


giveaways ending mar 20



giveaways ending mar 21


don’t forget to enter these giveaways too!







Interviews/Guest Posts



(at least those two, maybe some more that I’m behind on reviewing lol)

Interviews/Guest Posts

Jill Eileen Smith | Irene Hannon | Ruth Logan Herne

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Check out these books on sale for less than $2 by clicking the graphic below!

And check out the March 2020 New Releases – all in one place!

Have a bookish friend or family member you’re shopping for this week?

For even more bookish bargains & goodies, head to my book sister’s blog at Faithfully Bookish

Good luck with the giveaways ending the week of March 15!

Which giveaways do you most want to win? What post did you enjoy the most this past week? And which post are you most looking forward to next week?

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