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Taste Paperback Giveaway!

It's taken me a while, but I finally managed to put it together!

I'm giving away a paperback copy of Taste.

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43 comments:

  1. I'd hate to admit it, but I would never break curfew - mostly because I don't have one & I'd rather be inside with friends at a sleepover or in the library reading. I'd rather not be partying...

    But anyways, I suppose if I did I would try to sneak in and hope my mother doesn't notice x-x

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    1. Nothing wrong with staying home. I'm pretty much a homebody as well. :-)

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  2. Naturally I'm going to post this in my blog :)

    Adria

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    1. Thank you so much, Adria! Link me when you do. :-)

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    2. Sure thing, here's the link:
      http://looking-for-a-breath-of-life.blogspot.com/2012/06/taste-international-paperback-giveaway.html

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  3. Unfortunately I am too old to break curfew anymore. But alas, if I did I would probably stay out dancing all night and prepare for the punishment with my chin held high lol

    I am so excited about this giveaway! I have long wanted to read this book but I want it in print form for the cover alone. It is so breathtaking!

    Amy
    www.readtomyhearts.blogspot.com
    www.superreadingkids.blogspot.com

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  4. I'm too old to break curfew! But, well, I don't really want to talk about what I did when I was young enough to do it. :o Thanks for the giveaway, Kate!

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  5. When I was young my parents always had a curfew but no matter how hard I tried I always came like 15 minutes later...
    Thank you for this chance! I read Adria review and it sounds cool! :)

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  6. I broke curfew once. Prom night my senior year. I didn't have an exact time to come home, so I pushed it. When my father confronted me on staying out all night, I argued that I didn't. I was home at 5 am. He wasn't happy, but he let it go.

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  7. Excited about this giveaway and going to share on my blog this week ;-)
    LOVE your cover!

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  8. One of the few times I broke curfew I was watching movies with some friends and didn't want to go home. Called my mom and told her I fell asleep watching the movies. I don't think she bought it. :D

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  9. Excited for giveaway. Cover is really, really cool! Tweeted all about it :)

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  10. If I broke curfew I'd try to get inside before anyone found out I was late. If that wasn't an option, I'd come clean and hope for the best.

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  11. If I were going to break curfew, I would sneak out with my girlfriends to a movie (boring, I know, but then again, so am I). :)

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  12. I would be too chicken to break curfew, lol. When I was a kid, without fail I would get caught if I ever tried anything at all, so I quit misbehaving early on.

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  13. I never really had a curfew. I was just meant to be home at different times depending on what I was doing, then it just changed to me telling my mum what time I would be home.
    Thanks for the giveaway, I have been dying to get my hands on a copy of your book. I hope I get the chance to read it soon :D

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  14. The few times I broke curfew I always got into serious trouble! Not as bad as Phoenix, but still big trouble, so i don't think I'd do it again.

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  15. Kate, I'm having trouble embeding this link on my web page ..I copied and pasted the link you provided on my html section of a new post and it shows up as is and not a copy of your giveaway Rafflecopter widget. How exactly do I embed this on my site 'cause I'd love to share your giveaway there. --Thanks ... jinkyisreading at yahoo dot com

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  16. I don't have a curfew, so I don't really know what I would do...

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  17. Duh!! Thanks for explaining it to me. Still learning this blogging world. :) --btw, I posted this giveaway on my blog ..loved your book and happy to spread the news.

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  18. I never had a curfew. My parents never gave me one. Maybe because I've never been the type of kid to stay out late. I'm such a boring person that all I know is tv and books. lol!

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  19. Hi Kate! Wow ;) Thanks for the opportunity ;)

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  20. Curfew.. hmmm. I don't remember having one. We actually didn't talk about it. I mean, of course, there were times that I had to stay out late, but I always ask for approval first if I can, and my parents would always approve of it. Guess I'm lucky.

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  21. When I was young I didn't have this problem. I was talking about almost everything with my mother. The truth is that I was pretty quiet and I like to spend several hours at home with my friends.
    Thank you for the giveaway!
    Artemis

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  22. I don't have a curfew. I seldom come home late from parties, anyway (but usually at 3 in the morning). I prefer locking myself in my room with a good book. I find it more fun in my room (seriously!). And the schedule of my classes this semester ends at 8:30 in the evening...
    P.S. I'd love to post this in my blog!

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  23. I am to old to break curfew. I don't remember if I ever broke it when I was younger. If I did I was out having fun! :)

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  24. Oh wow, yes! Please put me on your ARC list for your 2nd book!! I'm so jazzed ..seriously, I'm shaking ..silly but true. --Oh btw, since I put the Rafflecopter widget on my blog, I'm getting answers about the curfew ..ok by me, just wanted to let you know that it's there. :)

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    1. Already did. :-) And no worries about the comments. That's how it's set up.

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  25. I can't remember breaking curfews when I was younger. Maybe because I never had one. But if I would break a curfew, I'll make sure it's worth the punishment. And if I broke one, I'll try my best to sneak into the house without anyone noticing me, if that's even possible. If I'm caught, then I'm dead. My mom is scary when she's mad. ;P

    Thank you so much for the giveaway! =D
    I'll post it on my blog! Yay!

    Xoxo, April

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  26. We never really had a curfew. We know we shouldn't be out later; it's just like a natural thing(not that I'm out at nights or later; I'm barely out--I'm always at home, reading).
    But if I ever broke curfew, maybe I'd go clubbing [I never gone to one] and stargaze or enjoy the citylights. :D

    Michelle of Michelle Shouts Random.
    Thanks for this giveaway (I WANT to have your book) and for welcoming me on Book Blogs, Kate!
    God bless!

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  27. I've done my share of curfew breaking in the past. It usually involved staying out after the local irish pub closed to party with the staff (don't look at me too badly... legal age here is 18, not 21!). The truth, though, is that the only reason I hate curfews is because they make you worry about what time is it constantly... as soon as I was left to my own devices, I discovered that I actually arrived home earlier, or at the same time!

    PS: thanks for this giveaway chance! I've dying to read this book ever since I was part of the reveal tour... And I'm definitely posting the giveaway on my site! I've got the week cooped up with reviews, but it's scheduled to go up on Sunday. The blog is here

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  28. Luckily I don't have a curfew any more! I was a pretty good kid, so I rarely broke curfew when I was younger. Thanks for the awesome giveaway!!! I can't wait to read Taste!

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  29. I never had a curfew. My mom always trusted me to not get into trouble when I was 16/17. However, if I did have a curfew I would probably just be driving around.

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  30. I dont really have a curfew but on the days i come home a bit late, i would get yelled at. but if did have a curfew and i brkoe it, i would stargaze or have a bonfire by the beach!

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  31. Hi Ms. Kate :)

    Just sending you the link of my post at Books4Juliet:

    http://www.books4juliet.blogspot.com/2012/07/int-giveaway-taste-by-kate-evangelista.html

    Cheers,
    April

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  32. I never had curfew. It's like we know it's bad to stay out late. Plus, I'm a homebody person. So. But if I broke curfew, I'd probably go out with friends at a 24/7 place, eat and chill out.

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  33. I'm thankful that my parents weren't that tight on me so no curfew was ever imposed on me. But if I broke curfew, I'd most probably be on someone's house watching movies and singing along in a karaoke. That's fun!

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  34. Thank you for the awesome giveaway!


    Happy Reading,
    ~Sherry

    Check out my books

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  35. If I would have broke curfew I would have gone cruising around on the back roads with car full of friends,music blasting 80's music,sing at the top of our lungs with the windows down!

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  36. I broke curfew a few times. I went out all night with my friends. Walking the cemetery behind the house. I thought it was cool. Looking back I realized it was kind of boring and stupid. The things we do as kids.

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  37. Ahhh, I remember the days of breaking curfew! I will leave out what I mostly done! Sometimes we'd go hang out at the cemetary or the abandoned house next to it. Or we would drive the back roads (I lived in the country).

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  38. I don't have a curfew so I wouldn't really do anything...

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  39. I don't have one… So I guess I wouldn't really do anything… If I did though, I'd drive to the nearest beach & watch the sunset/sunrise… Always wanted to do that…

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