Wednesday, February 20, 2013

Stay Warm this Winter with a Good Book and a Honeywell Portable Heater {Honeywell EnergySmart ThermaWave Ceramic Heater Giveaway}

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Although there are some people that start anticipating the beginning of winter as soon as the leaves begin to change color, that's not me.

In fact, I'd say that I'm already looking forward to spring by the time the first snowflakes have hit the ground.

Bundle up and head out to ski, snowshoe, sled, snowboard and more? No thanks, I'd rather pass the time curled up on the couch or in bed with a good book. Does anything beat a warm blanket, a soft pillow, a mug of hot coffee, tea or cider, and a great read? I think not.

So, the only question left is What book are you going to choose?

top books to read

On average, 64% of women keep the house warmer in the winter, but this doesn't have to mean cranking the thermostat up and experiencing higher energy bills. Instead, grab an extra blanket, a favorite pair of slippers, fleece pants or a comfy sweatshirt, an energy efficient portable heater for personal warmth and, of course, a good book.

A national survey of women conducted by the makers of Honeywell Heaters found that the top books women are cozying up with this winter include everything from Fifty Shades of Grey to The Bible. That's right!

A selection of the top 10 books that women are choosing include:

popular books

Want to see the entire list of bestselling books that women across the U.S. have chosen to keep them warm and entertained this winter? Visit HoneywellHeatSavings.com/CurlUp!

But picking up some good reading tips isn't the only reason to head over to Honeywell's page, you can also quickly and easily enter to win a Honeywell EnergySmart 360° Surround Heater and one of six $50 Amazon gift cards!

This contest runs through Friday, March 29th at 12:00 p.m. EST, so head over now — all you have to do is type in your name and email address and you'll be entered to win!

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When it comes to staying toasty warm, Honeywell has a large selection of portable heaters that allow you to stay cozy while keeping your wallet happy as well.

Portable heaters can supplement your central heating, keep drafty basements or workshops warm and create a personal level of comfort in whatever room you're in. By lowering the temperature in a house by a number of degrees, you can save up to hundreds in heating costs per year!

To see how the numbers add up for yourself, visit the Honeywell Heater Savings Calculator to compare the cost of heating your home as you normally do versus the savings generated by lowering your thermostat and using a portable heater to heat the room you are in. For even more great information and tips on keeping a comfortable home this winter, visit the Honeywell Facebook page. Don't let the cold weather get you down this year!

Also, thanks to the generosity of Honeywell, one person will soon be saving money without sacrificing comfort for all of the upcoming cold months, because...

One lucky person will win a Honeywell EnergySmart ThermaWave Ceramic Heater (ARV $79.99)!

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A big thank you to Honeywell for providing a ThermaWave Ceramic Heater for one lucky giveaway winner. The opinions shared are my own and honest and if you really need to see more, click here to see how I roll.

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suburban prep said...

Any book by Katherine Stone.

Karen Avgush said...

Love it!

Karen Avgush said...

sadf

Karen Avgush said...

love it

Madelyn Sue said...

I recommend "Her Fearful Symmetry".

Beth @ TheAngelForever said...

I would highly recommend The Middlesteins and Defending Jacob was also great.

abfantom said...


I would recommend Nelson DeMille's The Gold Coast.

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abfantom said...

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Super Blogger Girl! said...

Red Dwarf: Omnibus

Margaret McLaughlin said...

I have to say The Bible.

Mysharona said...

Born to Run

Diana Stanhope said...

I like Mandables by Jeff Strand

Lee said...

I'm going to read "The Bridge" by Karen Kingsbury. I love anything by her.

cjabdelnour said...

DEAD OR ALIVE BY TOM CLANCY. Cheryl Abdelnour cjabdelnour@hotmail.com

Ashley Nolan said...

J.K. Rowling The Casual Vacancy

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Jayne Townsley said...

A Memory of Light by Robert Jordan and Brandon Sanderson

Blueiris, RhondaC said...

I would recommend "The Seeds Of Deception" by Jeffrey M. Smith
Rhonda C
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sandy1955 said...

Books by Dean Koontz

Marti Parks said...

I would recommend Dark Bayou by Nancy K. Duplechain.

scottsgal said...

Racketeer by Grisham

wigget said...

the hunger games series

Gala said...

Life as We Knew It by SB Pfeffer

Natalie U. said...

Anne Rule'strime crime books....I have read just about everyone of them, totally engrossing
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Joni J Caraway said...

I enjoy reading the Douay-Rheims Bible

Lynda Del. said...

50 Shades of Grey - I highly recommend!
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Amy C said...

Wedded to War by Jocelyn Green.

HarleyC said...

Horns by Joe Hill.

Amy said...

Harry Potter...good for both kids and adults.

apple blossom said...

The Moses Quilt by Kathi Macias

latanya t said...

Bared by You

CindyWindy2003 said...

i recommend prayers for sale, carawling(at)hotmail(dot)com

PAIGE said...

Fifty Shades of Gray. :)
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Tina Kitch said...

The Visitation by Frank Peretti.

ellie said...

The one I'm reading now is good, Dead Ends by Sandra Balzo.

Fangirl Jen said...

The Spice Necklace - Great Travel and food book

janetfaye said...

The Green Mile by Stephen King.


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callbr549 said...

Catch-22 by Joseph Heller. :)

Shelly H. said...

I am going to say...Flowers in the Attic

ddecember said...

Killing Cousins by Rett MacPherson.

Michelle R. said...

I'm a big Steven King fan so if anyone hasn't read The Stand I would recommend it wholeheartedly.

steve weber said...

any of the Hunger Games books.

candykitn said...

anything by Stephen King or Dean Koontz both are highly recommended!

bayctygrl said...

Same kind of different as me.


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pennelope merriweather said...

Breaking Night Liz Murray

Tonya Dean said...

The tiger series by Colleen Houck

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Angela snoozy said...

The Green Mile by Stephen King

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stowelljg said...

I just finished reading The Unlikely Spy by Daniel Silva about Nazi spies in England during World War II. I does get a little graphic in a few places, but I would highly recommend it.

pennelope merriweather said...

Breaking night by Liz Murray..!! Thanks for this giveaway!

Kate Fuller said...

I recommend The Thirteenth Tale by Diane Setterfield.

DEBIJOT said...

The Dreamcatcher by Stephen King

Ken Ohl said...

the bible. thankyou, ken pohl19@comcast.net

Kelly Nicholson said...

telling me the name of a book you would recommend.

how about a classic..Sophies Choice

adinatm said...

the hunger games series
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mummytotwoboys said...

I would recommend the Game of Thrones series

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Julie H said...

I loved The Kindred.

Kathy Donovan-Ellis said...

Atlas Shrugged

Danielle Lima said...

Sold by Patricia McCormic

Tamar said...

I don't have time to read much these days. I would say Harry Potter...but that's so cliche.

:/

I wrote a book that was translated into 5 languages but I don't want to share it here. :)

Randi said...

The Art of Non-conformity is a great book to read when your life needs some excitement. It's a self-help by Chris Guillebeau.

rosannepm said...

Defending Jacob and Proof of Heaven

Jessica Schank Snow said...

The Notebook or any Nicholas Sparks book.
Thanks for the giveaway! =)

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Renee Walters said...

I highly recommend, The Greatest Miracle In The World by Og Mandino. It is a fabulous book! Thanks so much for the fantastic giveaway!
Reneewalters3 at yahoo dot com

Anastasia said...

Ender's Game :) A great sci fi book and they're currently making it into a movie :)

adrienne warren said...

currently reading blood tithe by Glenn Soucy, very fun, fresh, not your fairy dusyy vampires

Space Monkey said...

I recommend a book by Eluki Bes Shahar called "Butterfly and Hellflower".. it is a "space fantasy" and it was oh so good.

jbmthill said...

I would recommend the Hunger Games, thats the last I have had time to read.
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Sandra Davis said...

the stand

Dianne McVetty said...

The Holy Bible :)

ScarlettHadIt said...

The Passage by Justin Cronin

clc408 said...

The Poisonwood Bible by Barbara Kingsolver

Kelly R. said...

The Bible!

Courtnie Miller said...

Ten Cents A Dance.

jaegib said...

"Prince of Tides" is a long-time favorite of mine.

Heather! said...

I think everybody should read *Siddhartha* by Hermann Hesse at least once!

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Keith Stevenson said...

The Stand by Stephen King

Karen Glatt said...

One of my favorite books that I have read The Blue Orchard by Jackson Taylor! You should read this book!

Victoria Nyquist said...

"A Walk Across the Sun"

amp said...

The Casual Vacancy was good


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coliebear said...

Beautiful creatures is pretty good.
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Danika said...

In Cold Blood! It is creepy, but it's a book you will never forget!

Accidental Farm Girl said...

Little Bee! Thanks for the giveaway!

frvetere said...

The Secret Life of Bees although a great movie, is a better read!

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Sharon Kaminski said...

like the moonstone

Rebecca O said...

I totally recommend The Dirty Life: A Memoir of Farming, Food, and Love. I retread it the second I finished it!

iggysaysno said...

Mistborn by Brandon Sanderson.

CHRIS HOEY said...

WINIT NOW

llinda29 said...

grapes of wrath

Gina F. said...

I would recommend Nicholas Sparks book Safe Haven.

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sksweeps said...

anything and everything by Nora Roberts

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Debra said...

the bible
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noblelord said...

I would recommend the Holy Bible.

Amanda Greene-Lebeck said...

I would recommend "A Child Called It". There are 3 books in the series. Its an amazing true-story tale and I love them. I've read them each like 3 times lol

julis55 said...

Lolita by Vladamir Nabokov

SueZH said...

The Harry Potter Series are still among my favorites.

Space Cadet Wolf said...

Me Talk Pretty One Day, by David Sedaris

AngelWinner said...

Safe Haven book

Bo said...

My favorite book since my teenage years has been Gone with the Wind so I would recommend that!

terri said...

i recommend 'forks over knives'.

The Tesdalls said...

Now You See Her by James Patterson

tpwin12 said...

The Casual Vacancy

jessica crawford said...

Tell the wolves I'm home

Carolyn said...

the Name of the Wind

Selinda said...

Wizard's First Rule!

Thanks,

selinda_mccumbers at yahoo.com

jcwega27 said...

Love Game fo Thrones!
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Debbie Flood said...

I liked the fifty shades trilogy

TreasureToday said...

How to Say Anything to Anyone by Shari Harley.

Colleen Boudreau said...

Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn.

Helga said...

the holy bible

slehan said...

Girl, the Gold Watch & Everything by JD McDonald
Thanks for the contest.

slehan at juno dot com

Krafty said...

Life of Pi was a great book

Sandra Davis said...

i liked Into the Darkest Corner

Stephanie Larison said...

The Husband List

Growl Tiger said...

I recommend the Hunger Games

Yesenia said...

Tuesdays with Morrie
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Yesenia said...

I would recommend Tuesdays with Morrie

enizete said...

Any of the Hunger Games books

Danielle PB said...

The Hunger Games Series.

Lily Anne said...

I loved The Hunger Games Trilogy! Thank you.

Megan Parsons said...

I recommend The Shunning by Beverly Lewis!

Megan Parsons said...

I recommend The Shunning by Beverly Lewis!

sunflowerally22 said...

Everydays a Friday by Joel Osteen

caseyle2010 said...

50 shades of grey!!!
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Jammie Morey said...

Anything from the Jack Reacher Series written by Lee Child. My favorite was Gone Tomorrow

- Epic Fail said...

The Average American Male

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Darlene ysaguirre said...

Angles At The Table By Debbie Macomber

Laura Lane said...

Unbreakable
Review:

http://harvestlanecottage.blogspot.com/2013/02/review-unbreakable-by-nancy-mehl.html

Allison Downes said...

Nevermore by Kelly Creagh

Thanks for the wonderful giveaway!

barb said...

Dark road by karen harper

walk9 said...

Anything by James Patterson.

Kristen said...

Marshmallows for Breakfast

Jennifer Blanton said...

I would say the Bible

Jeff Taylor said...

I'd recommend the Bible

wpogrant said...

the hunger games series

courtney johnson said...

Read the book called The Bluest Eye by Toni Morrison. Great Read!

Melissa Shirley said...

The Help
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bloomerbear said...

How I Came To Sparkle Again by Kaya McLaren

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thank you

Karen F said...

The Help

ellen b said...

The Notebook - Nickolas Sparks - my all time favorite

Dave said...

Saturday Night Widows

Ari T said...

Tess of D'Urbervilles by Thomas Hardy

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Amy L said...

Little Night by Jodi Picoult

tina reynolds said...

The hunger games series of books. thanks

mkjmc said...

The LIghthouse by Eugenia Price

A Bedtime Song from Weezie said...

Flowers in the Attic

jlafount said...

Fight Club the book. Everyone has seen the movie now read where it came from

kyl neusch said...



Born to Run

♡♥♬ Louis ♬♥♡ said...

Bram Stoker "Dracula"
Thank you for hosting this giveaway

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Meester Uttley said...

Any of Haruki Murakami's books...

katychick said...

the Twlight series
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LeeAnn said...

It has been so long since I have read a book, I would have no clue what to recommend to an adult. As for kids' books - I would recommend The Lorax.

Brynn said...

The Help!

kim burnett said...

Born to Run

Gina Ochsen said...

I personally enjoy books from John Grisham and Dan Brown.

Beef McBig said...

I like self help titles, what can I say I need it.

Crazylicious85 said...

Where the Heart Is by Billie Letts

Allison L.

Klydra Pugh said...

Love The One Your With
Thanks for the chance.

Toni Porter said...

Anything by Jim Butcher, Karen Chance, Karen Marie Moning, Seanan McGuire, Kevin Hearne, and the Vampire Empire trilogy by Clay and Susan Griffith, which features awesome, non-sparkly vampires.

Liz said...

To Kill A Mockingbird

Ariel said...

I'd recommend The Fault in Our Stars.

jakiesmom said...

girl with the dragon tatoo

Brandi Hawn said...

i would recommend any book by james patterson...love him! :)

giggedygeekmum said...

I really liked The Hunger Games the when I read it.

Fiddlin' Dandi said...

Rocket Boys by Homer Hickham

1porkchop said...

I would recommend A Patriots History of The United States. It never hurts to relearn something you forgot as a kid.

Jennifer said...

The Stephanie Plum series by Janet Evanovich

jfhtyfif said...

Ted Dekker's Paradise Trilogy is a captivating Series...in fact anything Ted writes is great!!!

Christy McMahon said...

I would have to recommend the book: Forever Amber!!

Sarah said...

I really like The Help, I plan to read it again on vacation.

tlcfromtn said...

Under The Dome by Stephen King

Jaime-Lynn said...

Any Christopher Moore

Unknown said...

The Hidden Chamber in the Great Sphinx.

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Karen said...

A Luring Murder by Stacy Verdick Case

/\Heather/\ said...

I love Pride and Prejudice. Once you get used to the way she writes, it's lovely!

Jackie said...

Me Before You by Jojo Moyes
Thanks!

canti said...

Fifty Shades of Gray.

Nikki Krutz said...

a child called it

richied.becky said...

I would recommend The Patricia Cornwell Scarpetta Series.

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Candie L said...

I like an Unmarked grave. Thank you

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mahnrafjtb said...

I would recommend The Hunger Games

kmcgrew213 said...

the help most definitely.

LesleyfromWI said...

I love Little Women

Jason Vaughn said...

Duncan Ross by Brady Hardin

coriwestphal said...

I'd recommend Wicked for any Wizard of Oz fans!

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Natalie Parvis-Nichols said...

The Hunger Games were really good.

Karen A. said...

I just finished Angels Fall by Nora Roberts and would recommend it.

Audrey said...

Hunger games

Angela said...

Pride and Prejudice
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mecarolks said...

I'd recommend "The Seeds Of Deception" by Jeffrey M. Smith

ann said...

the Horse Whisperer -Nicholas Evans

Aimee Fontenot said...

A Child Called "It" is a great book.

Cheryl Chervitz said...

The Green Mile by Stephen King

Cheryl Chervitz said...

The Green Mile by Stephen King

Patty Schuler said...

Any Debbie am comber book

Nikki Strong said...

I would recommend Safe Haven by Nicholas Sparks.

The Teachers Wife said...

The Giver

Kelly Grant said...

City of Bones, beautiful creatures

smilekisses said...

Never Knowing by Chevy Stevens
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Atomic Wombat said...

The Bible

K. Albrecht said...

The entire Song of Ice and Fire series starting with A Game Of Thrones.

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