Monday, 23 December 2013

Competition to win The Taming of the Tights by Louise Rennision

This is my first competition that is ending in 2014! Its to win a book aimed at teenage girls. Taming of the tights sounds fun and interesting definitely something I would have read when I was a teenager!

Louise Rennison is the best selling award-winning author of the phenomenally successful ‘Confessions of Georgia Nicolson’ series, which was translated into over 34 languages and went to the stage and big screen as ‘Angus, Thongs and Perfect Snogging’. She has won the Nestle Smarties Book Prize, the Michael L. Printz Honor Book and the Roald Dahl Funny prize for ‘Withering Tights’.


TAMING OF THE TIGHTS is the 3rd of the Misadventures of Tallulah Casey series, which also include Withering Tights and A Midsummer Tights Dream. Tallulah Casey is putting all thoughts of wild boy Cain behind her. He is literally an animal in trousers… oo-er.  Not like nice boy Charlie (who she’s totally not thinking about either). The Tree Sisters are chasing those golden slippers of applause at performing arts college but Dr Lightowler seems hell-bent on spoiling everything for Tallulah. And with all her mates loved up, can Tallulah resist the call of her wild boy.Packed with boys and mates, join Tallulah Casey and pals for more (boy snogging) misadventures and maybe you too will feel the urge to put on the Golden Slippers of Applause.

To enter just complete the rafflecopter below:
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Terms and conditions:
  • Uk entry only
  • Prizes are provided and posted by the promoter
  • Closing date 24th Jan 14

96 comments :

  1. I'd give it my teen cousin she'd love it

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  2. I would give this to my niece, she loves girly teen books, fab prize :)

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  3. I would give this to my daughter - perfect age! Its so hard to find good books for her age! :D

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  4. i would give this to my friends daughter

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  5. For my daughter posted by lucy Anns Mum Pauline

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  6. christine shelley24 December 2013 at 15:41

    My sister -in - law , she loves to read

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  7. my daughter
    (kim neville)

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  8. For my daughter, she has mentioned she'd like to read this book as well!

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  9. My niece.

    Rachel Craig

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  10. Actually, I was thinking of keeping it

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  11. I would give it to my younger sister

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  12. I'd give the book to my young cousin, I'm sure she'd love it. :)

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  13. Pamela says - Myself! I love a good laugh.

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  14. I'd give it to my niece, I think she'd love it.

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  15. i would give it to my step daughter :)

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  16. i would give it to my goddaughter

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  17. This would go to my daughter. Probably after I read it first :)

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  18. definitely my eldest daughter and son in law - just their type of story!!

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  19. After reading it myself (I love books aimed at teenagers) I would then pass it on to a friend who has similar taste in books to me - sad people that we are!

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  20. My niece would love it
    Spencer Broadley
    s.broad@hotmail.co.uk

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  21. I would give it to my cousin, perfect for her

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  22. Michelle Ferguson30 December 2013 at 20:30

    It looks good so I think I'd keep it for myself

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  23. My step daughter would love this

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  24. My niece - perfect for her and in a few years her sister

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  25. My friend's daughter - she loves reading.

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  26. My 13 year old cousin :)
    Lisa Smith @xlisamarieeex

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  27. I'd give it to my best friends child as she would love it

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  28. I would read it before giving it to my sister :)
    bekki.parke@gmail.com

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  29. I would love to give this to my daughter

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  30. I'd let my daughter read it first, then I would read it and pass it on to my sister :)

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  31. I think my sister would love to read this

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  32. I have Cancer & will donate any prizes to raise funds for the hospice x

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  33. Actually, I might keep it!

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  34. I Would give this to my wonderful mother,she loves reading whilst shes on a break from worl

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  35. Pam Francis Gregory7 January 2014 at 20:08

    My Niece

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  36. my daughter, she would love it.

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  37. My daughter, she is mad about books and manages to read one every few days!

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  38. My daughter, i showed her the angus thongs series that i loved as a teen and she loves them now,

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  39. One of our family friends! (after I read it!)

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  40. I'd give it to my friend, she love it!
    @vandervaulk

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  41. my granddaughter she is a real bookoholic like me!

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  42. I would give it to my daughter - I know she would love it.

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  43. i would give it to my daughter (although i might have a quick read too)

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  44. I would read it myself love reading then pass onto my daughter

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  45. Myself :) and then my daughter :) x

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  46. My daughter then i would read it too

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  47. My little sister (but I'd read it too!)

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  48. I am actually entering for myself! I read all the other Georgia Nicolson books when I was a teenager!
    I might pass it on to my 14 year old sister-in-law once I was done with it ;)

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  49. My Eldest Daughter is an avid fan of Louise Rennison

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  50. My daughter would love this :)

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  51. I would give it to my daughter, she is like me a complete book worm.

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  52. I would give this to my daughter.

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  53. After Ive read it I would give it to one of nieces :-)

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  54. My daughter would love this, she is an extremely avid reader and always looking for something new to read! Our local library can't keep up with her!

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  55. I'd most likely give this book to my niece. It really sounds just like the sort of read she wouldn't be able to put down.

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  56. My niece loves reading, she'd love this

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  57. I love Louise Rennison (even at aged 29) so I would read it and then there are a few of us who do a monthly book swap - we meet up, bring along any books we've read and all swap so that we can keep trying new things we wouldn't otherwise think of, and save money at the same time :)

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  58. Ruth Liddle-Howden23 January 2014 at 13:52

    my Mrs

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  59. My niece, all my old Louise Rennison books were passed down to her :) x

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  60. Myself, I love reading! But then I'd hand it down to my little sister, reading runs in the family.

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  61. Pass it aroud the family after I have finished

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  62. My daughter, Abbie

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  63. I would give it to my daughter who is a prolific reader! :)

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