Give-away: Celebrate the Release of One Plus One in Paperback With A Complete Set of JoJo Moyes’ Books

ONE PLUS ONE adds up to a delightful summer read… Moyes is masterful at creating characters … You don’t need to be a math whiz to figure out this book is one worth adding to your summer reading list.”

USA Today

I have not read all of JoJo Moyes’ novels. But after reading Me Before You in 2012, I eagerly accepted One Plus One to review last year. Now One Plus One is out in paperback. There is a link to an online book club kit which includes recipes, cocktails, a playlist on Spotify, and a conversation with JoJo Moyes’ here, and a soundclip to this marvelous novel here.

JoJo-Moyes-e1404834696540In addition to that resource, I am pleased to offer a complete set of JoJo Moyes’ novels from Penguin:

To enter the give-away, simply tell me your favorite novel written by JoJo Moyes. Or, if you haven’t read one yet, tell me which one you’re most interested in reading. I will announce the winner (U.S. only, please) one week from today on this post.

Best of luck!

imageThank you to all who participated in this give-away celebrating One Plus One in paperback offered by Penguin. In the tried and true method of fairness, before electronic lotteries, I drew the name of the winner from a crystal bowl. Congratulations to Nadia of A Bookish Way of Life for being the lucky winner!

21 thoughts on “Give-away: Celebrate the Release of One Plus One in Paperback With A Complete Set of JoJo Moyes’ Books”

  1. Thank you! Wonderful giveaway, Bellezza, that I will share in my blog’s sidebar. I have only read one Jojo Moyes’ novel so far, Me Before You. I loved it.


  2. That’s a lovely giveaway. I haven’t read any of her books, but since you think very highly of Me Before You, I think that would be the first I’d like. Thanks 🙂 . Btw, I do have a US address, which is why I am participating 🙂


  3. Lovely giveaway. I’ve just found your blog again after losing it a few months ago. For the life of me I couldn’t remember the name. I quickly subscribed so that can’t happened again.
    I haven’t read any of Moye’s novels and they all sound good. I think I would read The Last Letter from Your Lover first.


  4. My daughter recommended JoJo Moyes to me last year, and I read Me Before You, and enjoyed it very much. So – I would like to join in the giveaway!


  5. I’ve also only read Me Before You and One Plus One. I loved both, Me Before You better though. There is something about her characters that make it hard to put her book down. Thanks for this giveaway!


  6. I absolutely loved Me Before You and One Plus One. They were such fantastic reads, that I could see myself getting hooked on her books (hint, hint) – LOL! Thanks for the great giveaway!


  7. Are you still reading Don Quixote or its already finished? After I saw the ballet of Don Quixote with plenty of Spanish dances a few weeks ago in SF i felt the urge to continue reading the Great Books for a while, Don Quixote in particular.. I finished The Confessions of St. Augustine this morning.


    1. Oh, Edgar, I have not followed through on Don Quixote at all. The ludicrousness of the first few pages held me back from pursuing; I didn’t feel like reading about a guy combatting windmills no matter how famous he may be. Personally, I think the Confessions of St. Augustine would be much more fulfilling. I haven’t read that, either, though,


      1. I put aside Don Quixote also for now.Instead I started reading Tristram Shandy by Laurence Stern.It’s 524 pages which means if I read 10 pages a day it will take me a little less than 2 months. I plan to write tidbits or summary-like after every chapter.
        Do I have time to read H is for Hawk by Helen Macdonald? I’ll find out.


  8. “Me Before You” by far is my favorite (which I discovered because of you!). Thank you for introducing me to an author who has become one of my favorites.


  9. Please enter me in this wonderful giveaway! Thanks to “suko”, I was introduced to “Me Before You” and truly loved JoJo Moyes’ writing.


  10. Me Before You had such a heartbreaking ending. . .it is my favorite of Moyes books thus far. I’d like to read a few of the others I haven’t yet gotten around to.
    Thank you!


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