Holiday Gift Guest Post

All quiet here (behind on reviews, what else is new?!) but I did manage to wrangle together a holiday gift recommendation for Jen at Books, Personally.  Check out her post and see what I (and other awesome bloggers) recommend! 

What is one book you'd recommend gifting this year?

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  1. I'm not behind on reviews, but I'm still behind on my book challenge. I will sprint across that finish line on a tide of 200 page novels. JUST WATCH ME!

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  2. Loved your recommendation, though before I clicked over I thought it was going to be Gillespie & I

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    1. HA! It's totally making my top ten of 2012 but I felt super moved by this one as a great gift -- it's so fun!

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  3. Thanks so much again for being part of the post, and sharing the link! So much fun. & your pick is quite the hit!

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    1. My pleasure -- I'm so thrilled you invited me (and waited the ten thousand years for me to send you my blurb! ;))

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  4. Audra, I just want to get that thorn and blossom book to check out the accordion style for the two viewpoints!

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    1. Serena, it is *so* gorgeous -- totally worth it!

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  5. Love your pick, I've been looking for a copy of it for a while. I think I'd go for either The Night Circus of The Snow Child, both kind of festive and good.

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  6. This was a great post for me because I was trying to think of a book for the family grab that might appeal to a really broad range of tastes and interests ($20 max, from a small/independent business). It's got to be one that people will have heard of, even vaguely, but have probably not already read.

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  7. "The book of Mirdad"
    http://www.goodreads.com/book/show/1487022.The_Book_of_Mirdad

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