February 2023 Giveaway

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248 thoughts on “February 2023 Giveaway”

  1. The story of a mother’s love for her daughter in Hi, Bye Mama (a Korean drama on Netflix). Happy February and Happy Valentine’s Day!

    1. Thank you for this opportunity. My favorite love story would have to be that of Adam Sandler and Drew Barrymore in 51st dates.

  2. My favourite Love story is the movie “The Holiday” starring Cameron Diaz, Kate Winslet, Jack Black & Jude Law. It is a real feel good movie that I can watch once or twice a year & never tire of it.

  3. I loved the movie “The Labyrinth” when I was a kid. I still love it. I also love the movie “The Dark Crystal” because I loved all of the good creatures in that movie. My favorite book has to be “Pride and Prejudice” by none other than the amazing Jane Austen!

  4. The name of the book is Betty is the sixth of eight children growing up in Breathed, Ohio, a small town in the Appalachian foothills. Her father–who Betty takes after–is Cherokee and her mother is white, and their life is both brutal and magical. Her father’s imaginative stories open her eyes to the natural world and the power of story–both escapes from daily realities. Overt racism from the community and secret horrors within the family plague each member in different ways.
    McDaniel’s book is a fictionalized account of her mother’s life, 20 years in the making. Betty is an unforgettable character, on par with Francie Nolan of A Tree Grows in Brooklyn, and McDaniel’s unique prose combines literary lyricism with an Appalachian voice.

  5. when i was younger i said to a girl that i have a gift for her and said her to close her eyes to bring the gift, then i kissed her and she liked and since then we are in a relationship

  6. My favorite love story would be Pam and Jim in The Office. You see them grow as a couple throughout the seasons and Jim is an absolute hero for breaking away from the dreaded friend zone. lol

  7. My favorite love story movie would be James Cameron Titanic (1997) – it has a great cast, great story (past and present) and the sinking sequence is just amazing!

  8. Meeting my wife. She lit a napkin on fire and I asked her out because I figured our date wouldn’t be boring. Side note, it definitely wasn’t boring, we got engaged a month later and married six months after that. It’s been 13 years now, she is my perfect match and I couldn’t be happier I asked her out on a whim because she seemed like fun. She’s continued to entertain me ever since.

  9. My favorite love story is mine. We met 50 years ago while living on the same floor in an apartment house on Horatio Street in Greenwich Village and never spent a night apart from then on.

  10. I love the love story between Lucy and Desi ..although they divorced and remarried they continued to love each other, they said I love You they day before he died.

  11. I thought that Forest Gump had a touching love story- his heart was true to Jennie until the day she passed away.

  12. My favorites are all the ‘Cinderella’ types especially the movie Ever After with Drew Barrymore.
    After those, I always cry at the end of the original King Kong movie. The movies depicting the unconditional love given by a dog or cat or… just amazes me.

  13. Thanks for hosting this awesome giveaway. By the way, who is your most affluential, can’t live without reading author?

    1. That’s a hard question, and I don’t have one answer. For mythological adaptations, I’d go with Madeline Miller. For mythological fantasy, I’d go with Neil Gamain. For urban fantasy, I’ll mention Jim Butcher, Tim Powers (early work in particular), Naomi Novik, Christopher Nuttall, Kevin Hearne, R.R. Virdi, Deborah Harkness, Ben S. Reeder. For epic fantasy, I’ll mention Tolkien, Stephen Donaldson, Sarah J. Maas. Those are all among my favorites, though a lot of them I’ve read too recently for them to really have been an influential as works I read when I was young. Tolkien would still be on the list, and so would Ursula K. LeGuin, Catherine Kurtz, Piers Anthpny (though I outgrew him later), Roger Zelazny. I also read more science fiction in those days, so I’d have to include Ray Bradbury, Isaac Asimov, Robert Heinlein, as well as Stephen King and H.P. Lovecraft for horror.

  14. My favorite love story is The Princess Bride! Thanks so much for the chance and for doing this wonderful giveaway! Fingers crossed! Good luck everyone!

  15. I’ve read lots of love stories in my time, but honestly my favorite love story is my own. We just celebrated our 44th Valentine’s Day together and later this month, we’ll celebrate our 40th anniversary.

  16. Thank you for this opportunity. My favourite love movie is “When Harry Met Sally” for its comedic and romantic elements.

  17. My favorite love story is an old movie called “Forget Paris”. It’s all about a couple having to live with each other in the real world, with real life issues after meeting in Paris and having the best time ever.

  18. Allie and Noah are my favorite love story couple. The end of the movie is what did it for me! Thanks for the chance to win.

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