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Dreaming of Books Giveaway Hop

17 Jan

Back home in Romania believing in dreams is quite popular. I used to believe in them a lot. Like if I dreamed I was crying, the next day I’d laugh a lot. Or if I’d dream blood the next day I’d receive a letter.  Or coins– that meant a heated argument. Since I moved to the US I stopped believing in them, and I must confess I feel lighter, more at ease. In looking back I think of how silly I was then to pay so much attention to them AND let whatever dream dictate how I felt the next day. I still have a recurring dream tough and as much as I refuse to acknowledge it, it proved many times true.  It’s more a sign of something bad about to happen, but luckily I don’t dream it very often.

And because the subject of the day is dreaming I decided to sign up for the 3rd Annual Dreaming of Books Giveaway Hop running from  January 18th to 24th and organized by Kathy @ I’m A reader Not A Writer and co-hosted by Reviews by Martha’s Bookshelf.

For this giveaway I chose Vain by Fisher Amelie


Open internationally for one electronic copy of this book all you have to do is chose one of the following:

1. FOLLOW THIS BLOG BY EMAIL by clicking on the button to the right called “Sign me up!” (atop all images)

2. Become a FaceBook Fan of Author Camelia Miron Skiba

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I also have a question for you: DO YOU BELIEVE IN DREAMS? If yes, why?