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Random Acts of Kindness Wishlist

Vanessa and Isalys from Book Soulmates have created an awesome new programme, called the Random Acts of Kindness (RAK)! Do you want to do something nice for a fellow blogger? You might even get something back in return!

• Sign up each month you'd like to participate in.

• Show off your participation! Grab one of the buttons available :)

• Create a wishlist and post it in the Google Doc located in each R.A.K post for the month.
{Post on your blog, Amazon, where ever as long as there's a link to it.}

• If you choose to do a R.A.K for someone, check out their wishlist and contact that blogger for their address.

• At the end of the month, SHOW US YOUR R.A.K!
Make a post saying 'Thank You' to whoever granted one of your wishes and share it with us :)

Lets's keep our International bloggers in mind and in our hearts.
Remember, there's always the Book Depository and they offer FREE shipping!

Here is my wishlist! Feel free to leave a link to yours in the comments :D

Choker by Elizabeth Woods
Bunheads by Sophie Flack
Past Perfect by Leila Sales
Want To Go Private? by Sarah Darer Littman
Beauty Queens by Libba Bray
Anna Dressed in Blood by Kendare Blake
Ingenue by Jillian Larkin
An Abundance of Katherines by John Green
The Probability of Miracles by Wendy Wunder
Jessie Hearts NYC by Keris Stainton
Unwind by Neal Schusterman
Past Perfect by Leila Sales
How to Save a Life by Sara Zarr
Hidden by Sophie Jordan
Every You, Every Me by David Levithan
Burn for Burn by Jenny Han and Siobhan Vivian
Team Human by Justine Larbalestier and Sarah Rees Brennan
For Darkness Shows the Stars by Diana Peterfreund
Slated by Teri Terry
Masque of the Red Death by Bethany Griffin
Thou Shalt Not Road Trip by Antony John
The Boy on Cinnamon Street by Phoebe Stone
Imaginary Girls by Nova Ren Suma
One Seriously Messed-Up Week by Tom Clempson
Babe in Boyland by Jody Gehrman

If you want to send me any of these books, in either print or e-book form (if it works on Kindle, so not EPUB please), that'd be amazing, and you can contact me here:

Don't you think this is an awesome idea? I can't wait to get started! :D


  1. This is such a cool program! Thanks for pointing it out to me! I haven't heard of it before :)

  2. This is such a great idea. Do you take e-books, because I have an e-book of Anna and the French Kiss if you would like me to pass it onto you once I have read it? You need to have Adobe digital Editions reader though to be able to read it. Email me, halfbloodprincessvoiceswithin (@) hotmail (.) co (.) uk :D

  3. Oh, that's a great list!! Hope lots of your book wishes are granted :)


  4. I just signed up for the first time and think it's a great idea as well.
    I posted a link to my list on my blog. Seemed easier for me lol.

    Enchanted Ivy is AMAZING I got the chance to read it and I loved it!

  5. I can send you Haven by Kristi Cook and Falling Under by Gwen Hayes e-book (mobi format) for Kindle? Email me at

    Donna x

  6. You have Flawless on your wishlist but you've just reviewed it? Confused!

  7. Thank you for joining!! Kindness rocks!! Good luck in the giveaway! <3

    Book ♥ Soulmates

  8. Hiya! I have Before I Fall and I'm more than willing to send it your way. Email me at so I know where to send it!


  9. I think this a fab programme this is my first month doing it

  10. I love RAK! I sign up for this month too =) Anyway, I can send some of the above books for your kindle. Can you email me your updated wishlist? I think you got a lot of offers already but I might got something for you too =)
    here is my email blackplum3(at)gmail(dot)com

    Hope to here from you =)

    & for those interested to check my wishlist =)

    Thanks so much!


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