Which books are on your holiday wish list? Enter to win!

Which books do you hope to receive this holiday? Is there one special signed edition or coffee table book just out of your reach? Or do you have your eyes on a particular box set?  We want to help you get that book you want!

We’re giving away FOUR (4) $25 BIBLIOBUCKS GIFT CERTIFICATES!

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1. Simply leave a comment here stating which book(s) are on your holiday wish list and you’ll automatically be entered to win one of 4 BiblioBucks Gift Certificates!

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DEADLINE TO ENTER IS THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 29th at 5pm EDT.

Winners will be chosen at random and announced here on Friday, November 30th at 9am EDT.

Good luck everyone!

**UPDATE**

WINNERS ANNOUNCED!

And the winners are…

1. Periklis Begzos

2. Aneta Reinbold

3. Jamie E.O. Cantoni

4. Robin Claytor

Congratulations! You won a $25 gift certificate to Biblio.com! Please email marketing@biblio.com to claim your prize and start shopping.

Thank you to everyone who participated in this contest! The fun isn’t over yet–stay tuned for more giveaways this season!



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15 Responses to “Which books are on your holiday wish list? Enter to win!”

  1. Mike Cecchetelli

    Twilight Series. The movies were ok, but a movie is never as good as the books from which it was drawn.

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  2. Robin Claytor

    My wishlist includes any books by Janet Evanovich, Faye Kellerman, Robert Tannenbaum or Karin Slaughter that I haven’t read yet. I really enjoy all of the great deals I get on books shopping thru Biblio!

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  3. Chrissy Gallo

    A Shtinky Little Christmas by Patrick McDonnell.

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  4. Periklis Begzos

    George Pelecanos’ “What it Was”, Hardcover – Signed edition, China Mieville’s “Embassytown”

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  5. Yiota

    The Farseer Trilogy by Robin Hobb! I need new fantasy series to start 😀

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  6. MaryKatherineM8

    If I were to ask for a book for Christmas, I would ask for ask for another volume of the Ancient Christian Commentary on Scripture Series from InterVarsity Press. I really enjoy the few volumes that I currently have have in my library.

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  7. rob price

    jules verne’s last book — Paris in the Twentieth Century — oh, wait. I just ordered it!

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  8. Chrissy DeVono

    I have mostly cookbooks on my list this year but I’m also hoping to get “The Immortal Life of Henrietta Locks”

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  9. Beth Kolousek

    With a one year old, I do not have nearly as much to time to read as I used to but still love to escape into another world through a good book. I am hoping to get a copy of The Owl

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  10. Lu Ing Chieh Alan

    Joseph Conrad’s ‘Heart of Darkness’ Limited Editions Club
    http://historical.ha.com/c/item.zx?saleNo=6094

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  11. Aneta Reinbold

    Criminal by Karin Slaughter, 13 or Spell Bound or Waking The Witch in series (Otherworld) by Kelley Armstrong

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  12. Herrick Brown

    Early editions of North American Natural History and Exploration.

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  13. Donna Schneider

    I’ve got several books on my Yule wishlist:
    Christopher Moore- The Stupidest Angel: A Heartwarming Tale of Christmas Terror is just one. My copy was loaned out, and never came home again.

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  14. Sri Bayu

    You’re an Animal, Viskovitz – Alessandro Boffa and John Casey

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  15. Robert R. Lindh

    Early Western Pa. histories….To help fill my overflowing shelfs!!

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