Tuesday, July 8, 2014

Summer Giveaway #9

Previous winner first...

Linda, you're the winner of an autographed copy of Death's Redemption along with the Huntsman's ax charm necklace! Congrats. :D Make sure to write grace.v.coronado@gmail.com and let her know that you're the summer giveaway winner #8!

Today you'll be playing for a chance to win an autographed copy of Death's Redemption along with a Tick Tock charm necklace. And for those who don't know Tick Tock is the name of the Croc who took Hook's hand. *grimaces* poor Hook.

Anyway, today's question is just fun. If there were anywhere in the world you could visit, where would you go?

Me, I've always wanted to see Greece, Ireland, Scotland, Spain, Africa, Australia, England, and Norway. But if I could only choose one, then it would hands down have to be Ireland. So how about you?




60 comments:

Joselyn Burke said...

russia, dubai and rome

Deborah Heart said...

Definitely Ireland, Norway, and the Caribbean. Yeah, had to throw a beach in there somewhere. ;)

Kristen Grisham said...

I have read books that sent in Ireland. It sounds so green and magical, full with nature. I would also love to go Spain, especially Madrid. It seems like a beautiful area in land, people, and culture.

Cassandra Cushing said...

I will someday visit Italy.... and possibly Germany and the rest of Europe at the same time :-) I'd also like to go back to Okinawa to visit someday, that island is one of the most amazing places I've ever been.

Rachel Henri said...

Japan, Norway, England, and maybe even France.

Mandy Moo said...

I would love to visit Lake Garda in Italy. It looks beautiful. Ireland is a beautiful place too and who can resist that accent? xx

stepholland said...

Italy but if it were possible kingdom lol

Kelsea Moore said...

Ireland, Australia, and the number one would have to be New Zealand so I could see the All Blacks play..

jessica berend said...

Scotland

Pixie said...

I definitely would love to head to the UK, Ireland & Paris. Altho it all would probably make me homesick for the countryside of good Ole kiwiland. :-)

sajones94 said...

Scotland, Ireland and Hawaii

E.F. Rose said...

I would definitely want to go to either Scotland or Ireland!! Just something about the history and beauty of these places makes me long to go there! Someday maybe! :)

Ashley Lovell said...

Paris is always my first response to this question. :) I just love the architecture and art. It is so breathtaking. With that said, I would also love to visit Ireland, Norway, Wales and England one day.

Casey Mcmenamin said...

Scotland and or Ireland. I've always wanted to see and explore where my family is from.

Linda Rorex said...

The Westin Riverfront Resort & Spa in Beaver Creek Mountain in Avon, CO to relax and read

Alane Nilsen said...

The outer Hebrides in Scotland. Specifically the island of Harris and Lewis as we named our boys tht then discovered the Island was named that too. Curious to see the places now. Always loved hills and mist so Scotland an obvious choice. Lane.

Larisa Dalea said...

I would go to Egypt to visit the Great Pyramid , the Sphinx or to New Orleans to visit the French quarter

Jessica Bolduc said...

I would love to visit Italy and Ireland.

Krista Albers said...

After I finish our geneology, I would like to travel with my husband and 2 boys to the lands of our ancestors: Germany, Poland, where Bohemia was, Norway, and many others. If I could only choose one, it would have to be Germany so we could explore and learn more about their hops fields. We would love to be able to bring that knowledge home for our own farm. :-)

amanda wilkie said...

Ireland, Scotland and England are the top 3 places I want to go.

Lindsay Yoshitomi said...

Tahiti. I love beaches with crystal-clear warm water, and staying in one of those bungalows on the water would be amazing!

margaret p said...

England, Scotland, Ireland, and greece

Linda said...

*Yay* =D So happy for the win!

Not playing today, but my list of places to see includes Ireland, USA and somewhere hot and beach-y LOL I´d love to lounge on a beach with my SO (and my Kindle)

Happy Wednesday!
//Linda

Laura McNulty said...

I have been fortunate enough to go to Ireland... It is amazing. Definitely a bucket list item. So Scotland

Megan Johnson said...

If I could only choose one place - Japan. I love the old culture and the new one.

Monica Mercer said...

Italy, Ireland, Finland, maybe a tropical island or two...

kedrin Gallagher said...

Ireland, England, Scotland, China, and Kingdom :)

Joanne Selle said...

Barcelona, I've heard the light is like nowhere else in the world, and Iceland, to see the puffins and mineral baths.

Christiana T said...

There is irony in your question, I had an opportunity through school for two study abroad trips this year, one to Australia and New Zealand, the other to Tanzania. As much as I would have been fascinated visiting both places, I chose not to go. However, I am working towards a graduation gift to myself. two weeks in Ireland on a self-guided b&b hop of the country. I will probably want to take the ferry and visit England, after all I can't get that close and not visit Stonehenge. Another place I'd like to visit is Vienna, there is a statue there somewhere of a distant relative and just out of curiosity I'd like to see it just once.

Shima said...

Theres so many places I would to see but I think England is at the top of my list!

Nazanin Hemmatpour said...

Canada always wanted to go especially in the autumn

Trudy B. said...

Definitely Scotland

Jessie Loertscher said...

Scotland Ireland and France

Julie Gutierrez said...

I'd love to go to Japan, their culture is very interesting.

Tink Quandary said...

I'd like to see Stonehenge.

Mandy Bby said...

Scotland, France, and mainly Norway !

Sherri said...

I would like to go to Hawaii, Italy, and Greece.

Abby Chalkly said...

My family travels a lot so I've been to many places. I've also lived in Africa and Asia. I would love to go back to Australia. It's wild, warm and those accents, wow. :-)

dawn said...

ireland

Ashleigh Andrews said...

I'd love to see many places but if I had to pick one place I'd say Germany. I'd love to go hiking and whatnot all over there.

Cherri said...

I would love to visit London, Scotland, Australia, Ireland. I love a lot of the places in the UK that I see on movies, tv etc. Even Hawaii since I love the waterfalls, and views there as well.

Crystal Moon said...

I would love to see Paris, and go to Ireland, my great grandparents were Irish, and see Rome :)

Sheri L. said...

Japan :)

Angel's Guilty Pleasures said...

Hong Kong and Ireland

Angela C.

Tia Hanke said...

Definitely Ireland and Scotland. But pretty much anywhere is good with me since I haven't traveled much.

Jaci Mitchell said...

Japan... I told my husband we can't have kids until after we have gone to Japan together :)

Maureen Robinson said...

Ireland

christy holifield said...

I would love to visit London, Paris, Hawaii and Alaska!

Rachael FickFortney said...

I would love to go to Rome

Mary Preston said...

I'd love to take at least three years to tour Great Britain. It's the history that beckons.

Then the rest of the world.

Tina Rowlings said...

I would love to visit Australia, Scotland, Ireland, Brazil, Argentina, Chile, and Fiji

Kat Yancey said...

I'm wanting to go to Ireland, Germany, Scotland, Australia and Greece.

utopia.diver said...

I would love to take a global beach/island tour and stick my toes in every different colored sand out there. To say that I have swam in every major body of water is on my bucket list!

Debbie L. said...

Italy, France and Germany!!

Steph F. said...


Scotland, have always wanted to visit it.

Carrie Fort said...

Greece! I'm dying to visit there!

jessica braun said...

Ireland and Scotland. It's the land of my ancestors and calls to my soul like no place else on Earth.

Mike Bratek said...

I've always wanted to go to the beautiful island/state of Hawaii!

beth legate said...

I would love to visit Ireland, Scotland, and Alaska

Jody Faltys said...

Ireland or Scotland as the historical romances I read make them sound so romantic....