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Monday, July 18, 2011

BIG CITY VS SMALL TOWN CONTEST

Big City

A fun little contest.  

In Smooth-Talking the Hometown Girl, Kyle Warren lives in a big city but returns to his small hometown of Bentley, Arizona to settle his father's estate where he meets up with Christy, the pretty girl next door. His return reminds him of what small-town life was like.  I'd love to know if you prefer a big city story or a small town tale?  It could be both or neither. 


Small Town

Post a comment here and you'll be entered in a drawing to win one of 3  $10 Amazon Gift Cards awarded instantly to you via email. 

I'll post the winners HERE and on Facebook on July 25th! 


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179 comments:

Mia said...

Hmm, I think I prefer living in a big city. I've come to accept that I am an urban dwelling woman. BUT I love reading about small towns and they are my ultimate fantasy and escape. Unfortunately, in real life they don't have too many Trader Joe's in small towns and I need my Trader Joe's!

Charlene Sands said...

Cute Mia! I love my Trader Joe's too.

Maureen said...

I do like to read stories about both since they each have their pros and cons which can come out during the story.
mce1011 AT aol DOT com

Gary said...

small town tale small towns are fun to read about

marybelle said...

I love a small town hero or heroine as the case may be. With stories set in small towns I feel close to the characters, more connected.

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Lynn Lanzon said...

Small town. this book sounds good to read

holdenj said...

I always like a good story set in a small town. It seems like there are many more opportunities for quirky characters in that setting!
Thanks! Your new book looks great!
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Virginia C said...

I love reunion romances--they are usually very poignant and heartfelt, not to mention passionate! Even though I have lived in a very small town for most of my life, I never tire of “small town” romances. Small towns sometimes hold big secrets! People are very interconnected. What happens to one person affects someone else, and the ripple effect is started. However, there is an essential sweetness to small towns. Memories of earlier days, some bittersweet, are held dear. People aren’t just faces, they’re family and friends. There’s always a second chance for first loves in small towns : )

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EllenToo said...

I like reading both big city stories and small town stories. And while I live in what is a medium sized city of a little over 300,000 I would rather live in a small town.

Jilly said...

Small town stores for sure. I love all your books and am looking forward to reading it!

Connie said...

Hi, Charlene! I love reading novels that occur in a small town because that's where everyone seems to know everyone else's business and family history. So, any "hanky-panky" has to be hidden for fear that it will spread like wildfire. There is nothing more human and humorous than small town gossip that helps to weave a good plot. Thanks so much for offering your fans a fun giveaway!
Connie Fischer
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Anonymous said...

I love both, but prefer the small town girl/story a little bit over the big city.

Thanks for the contest.

terriavidreader (IN-USA) said...

Small towns are the best, they are nearly a "family" in themselves!

Tam G. said...

I prefer to read about small towns.
You get more of a historical feeling from them.

tamjeang1(at)msn(dot)com

Anonymous said...

I prefer small town stories with their sense of community. I live in a small town and love it.

Sandra M

Kaye said...

I always prefer small town. They just seem more cozy and the people more caring in a lot of ways.

JC Jones said...

Small town close to big city. I need some shopping.

abclark said...

Like both, but relate more to small town stories. Love your books, just wish you could write as fast as read.

Anonymous said...

I was born in a small town but now live in a big city. I like both. It just takes getting used to where you are living. I prefer stories about small towns.

gigi said...

I love reading both types small town or Big city. I am from a small town and live in the country so reading about a big city is always a great escape for me.

demmi said...

I like reading about small towns the most
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Sheila said...

I like to read about small towns.

TaraB12 said...

I prefer to read stories about small towns. Living in a big city already, I'd prefer to be taken away from the hustle and bustle.

Lucinda said...

Both, while I may lean a little more to the small towns I can really get into a story set in a city I've visited because I can easily visualize the setting.

Amy P. said...

Big cities are great with the right story but I definitely prefer small towns. You more often get to read about those quirky, in-your-business, characters that sometimes you love and that sometimes get on your nerves. But they're almost always fun to read about.

Deana said...

Small towns. There is always someone you can count on, always someone close and more open to helping vs not. I have seen people openly ignore others in a large city. I live in a large city for work, but was born and raised in a small town and visit regularly.

Ingeborg said...

I love to read about small towns. The stories are more interesting and it's like you get to know the people.

Janie Emaus said...

I love small towns. My sister lives in a small town in Northern Calif and it's my favorite place to visit.

Scrumptious Reading said...

I love both, and don't use either to determine what to buy. But I tend to enjoy small town more.

Shari

Julie Hilton Steele said...

For me it is a matter of what I am in the mood for, but usually small towns will win out.

I am in the city and miss the advantages of small towns, even though I also know the disadvantages.

Refhater said...

I prefer small towns if given the option but will be happy with either.

Joelle.

Anne said...

In general, probably big cities. I do think that authors who write small town stories tend to use more background info and make the small town almost a character. Many big city stories could be plunked down into any city because there's so little background/setting.

Suzy said...

I prefer small towns, they are usually more intimate...

Audra said...

Small town
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BrooklynShoeBabe said...

I am a big city girl--born and bred New Yorker, but I prefer small town stories. I like cowboy romances and romances where the city slicker returns home and falls in love with childhood sweetheart. To me, big city is sexy but small town is love, romance and committment.

Cynthya said...

They both have their positive points, but if I had to pick one it would be the big city. I like the sense of excitement and knowing that anything could be around the next corner. I also like when real landmarks or famous buildings are part of the story because it helps me feel like I'm there.

Kat said...

It really depends on what my mood is and what I have read a lot of recently. I like to read stories set in all kinds of different towns and countries because I love seeing how it affects the outcome of a story and the personalities of the people in the stories . I like the personality of small town Midwestern men and women in stories the most though.

McKim said...

I'm a small town type of gal.

Virginia said...

I'm a small town girl myself. I love reading stories about small towns because a small town is more like a family. The people are closer.

carole said...

Hi! I like small towns for everyone knows everyone and it makes me feel like I know them personally.And its a nice feeling.I live in a small town and its growing so that small town feeling is leaving but I still know alot of people and were still very warm-lind and friendly people.

Linda Cacaci said...

I love small town stories but I do make an exception to New York City stories. I am from New York and I like to put myself back there even it is only in a story!
Linda Cacaci
LinCaca3@aol.com

JackieW said...

I have no preference......I like reading about small towns as well as big urban cities equally. They each bring a different perspective to a story. In little towns everyone knows everyone and their business while in a big city one can get lost and no one would know or care.
JFWisherd(at)aol(dot)com

Patsy said...

I love the small town tales. I love it when everybody knows everybody. Seems more friendly that way. People seem to help each other more too.

JOYE said...

I like to read either kind of story settings but I can relate best to small town stories since I grew up in a very small town in Colorado.
JWIsley(at)aol(dot)com

Liz said...

Small town. It's much more interesting when characters actually know one another.

Best wishes on the success of Smooth-Talking the Hometown Girl and the upcoming books in the Worth series.

Lori D said...

I love to read stories with the small town setting. However, I also enjoy reading the big city books as well.

kygirl said...

I like small town tales better
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Cathy M said...

For me, it depends on the storyline. For a quirky romantic storyline, the small town and it's residents can add a lot of humor and flavor to a story. For a lot of paranormal or urban fantasy stories, the big city setting, and sense of anonymity it gives the characters, is what fits better.

While I tend to read a lot of small town settings, I can appreciate the world building and big city setting in a sprawling paranormal storyline.

caity_mack at yahoo dot com

Lynn R. said...

To read about? Yes. Or rather, I enjoy both. To live in? That's another matter altogether! I tend to prefer a medium-sized city for that, just like the one I was born in and still live in: Madison, Wisconsin. It's a great place!!

Later,

Lynn

CrystalGB said...

I like to read both. There are good aspects to both types of stories. Your book sounds great.
Crystal816[at]hotmail[dot]com

squiresj said...

I love reading stories about small towns and big cities. I can relate to both. I grew up in a city. I live in a small town. I love the shopping in cities. I don't fit in here in this small town. They treat you like an outsider for years.
jrs362 at hotmail dot com

orelukjp0 said...

I like small town stories. It just makes things seem more intimate and homey. Yes, big cities are great and I read stories set in them but my personal favorite is small towns.

Candy G said...

Being from a small town, I prefer stories about small towns.

Kathy said...

I love to read stories that have a variety of settings. So, I like small towns as well as big cities. It is more interesting when the author is familiar with the setting the stories is based in so that we can get some insites into what it is like to live there.

Mysharona said...

Small towns rule!

Martha Lawson said...

Small town! Big cities are too anonymous.

mlawson17 at hotmail dot com

catslady said...

I like them both. I live in the suburbs so I've never really lived in the city or in the country. But I love variety and enjoy reading about both. They each have their own attractions.

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peg42 said...

I really like the Small town stories the best.
Thanks so much.

Diane Pollock said...

My preference is for people who live in the wilderness!

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Summer said...

I like both, just depends on what feeling I'm in the mood for.

Mona said...

I live in a city and I like big city story.. I don't really like small town where everybody know each other.
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coliebear said...

I prefer big cities for the activities and amenities, but with our family of five it is not necessarily the best living environment.
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abfantom said...

I prefer reading about small towns because I can relate to the characters more.

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Leni said...

I love reading about small towns, but if the story has great characters and I fall in love with them that will be what helps me choose.

lenikaye@yahoo.com

joder said...

I enjoy both, but if I REALLY have to choose I'd go with small town. There's a sense of family amongst everyone in a small town. Everyone has a vested interest in their neighbor and therefore are always in on the action. There's many colorful and unique characters in a small town that add to a storyline as well.

joderjo402 AT gmail DOT com

Rosie Hong said...

I like stories about small towns most. It seems like small towns tend to have a more colorful cast of characters (because everyone knows everyone else), and there is that more personal feel. Plus I adore many of Pamela Morsi's Americana books, which probably formed the bulk of my opinion about romance set in small towns.

abbydillon16 AT yahoo DOT com

Pat Cochran said...

Hi, Charlene,

I'm a life-long resident of one of the
five most populous cities in the U.S.
For 42 of those years, we have lived
in the suburbs which is like living in
a small town. In essence, I'm living
in both city and small town which I am
much in favor of. I get the comfort of
the small town and the flavors & exci-
ting activities of the city. As to the
reading, I enjoy both!

Anonymous said...

I like small town stories because everyone knows everyone. There is always someone there for you no matter whether good or bad. There is a really sense of togetherness.

Mariee said...

I grew up in a really small town, so I love reading about smaller towns. But it all depends on the storyline.

marieimy (at) gmail (dot) com

NrdyGmrGrl said...

I am more of a small town kinda girl =]

gloria_r_18702@yahoo.com said...

I lived in a big city and a small town and the small town wins hands down. I love stories set in a small town.

GladysMP said...

I have lived in a large city my entire life except for going away to college. Skyscrapers and huge malls can't begin to compete in interest with small cafes and shops where one is likely to run into someone you know and perhaps even know the owner. Here folks don't even know who lives in their block. Give me small town stories every time.

guettel78 said...

I go to stories and novels to escape to a different world, time, and place, and since I've lived in big cities for the past 15 years, I tend to prefer small-town tales. They also tend to have the more colorful, multidimensional characters with interesting back stories and relationships between them, which makes for a more compelling plot. Thanks for the great giveaway!

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Rebecca Graham said...

I prefer a big city.

rhoneygtn at yahoo dot com

librarypat said...

I like them both. Both locales have something to offer. The setting has much to do with how a story will progress and unfold. Big cities have much to offer, life is at a faster pace, and it is easy to get lost or loose yourself. Small towns are a bit more relaxed, but everyone tend to know just about everything about you. You may want to get lost, but they won't let you.

librarypat AT comcast DOT net

sweepmom said...

small town for me.

stormvikki said...

I prefer a big city, I live in a very rural area now and I miss restaurants, shopping, grocery stores, lights and people.

Mami2jcn said...

I like small town life.

mami2jcn at gmail dot com

Anonymous said...

Hi I like both urban stories and small town stories. Alot of it for me depends on the genre of the story. Great contest and thank you for the oportunity to enter :)

~Brandy

Miss Manda said...

I'm from Boston so I can always relate to the city stories :) But I don't mind hearing about the lil town tales.. what is unknown to me is always intriguing!!

thanks for the giveaway


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Pat said...

I prefer small town stories.
pkildow at gmail dot com

Amber said...

I've lived in both and I know I prefer the city! Small towns are great for a nice idyllic vacation, but I'm somebody who needs the hustle and bustle and exhilaration of a big city!
Thank you so much for the generous giveaway! I'd love to enter please.
hurdler4eva(at)gmail(dot)com

RoyalCheryl said...

I prefer a small town. I grew up in a small town and it was wonderful. I knew everybody from town and if I ever needed anything they were always there to help me. Everyone watched out for each other. It was great.

AngelaK said...

I live in a city where they are trying to be a lot like Dallas. I miss it when it was "small town" that didn't have a Walmart on every corner and shopping centers everywhere. I miss the small town and when we move in a few years, that is probably where we will end up.


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mverno said...

i love to read hope to win the gift card
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mogrill said...

These are the best stories!!
Thanks for the chance.
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SuNNyRaiN said...

I like small town tales and big city stories. They are both romantic and exciting in their own ways!

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JV said...

In fiction, I love small towns. I love the neighborly, community feel of them in the stories. It's comforting to the characters to come home to them, almost like wrapping up in your favorite blanket. Even in real life, I like the quaintness of a small town.

However, as for where I want to live in real life, I'd pick the city every time. I'm too spoiled to the city's conveniences, and I dislike that, in small towns, everyone knows everyone else's business.

JV_KY@bellsouth.net

bleush said...

lots more to do in a big city

Sue A. said...

I enjoy reading about small town life. I like the aspect of everyone knowing everyone.

dawns41 said...

A small town. Love can arrive hugely even in the smallest of towns.
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1tkwarrior said...

I love to read books that are set in set in a midsized city but one main character is from a small town.

David Hollingsworth said...

A small town. Big cities are a little too crowded/hectic. Small towns are peaceful, and non-cathartic.

Lonerwor@aim.com

BowieTip said...

I like stories based on true crime in the big city.

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crystalf said...

Small town! I like when everyone knows everyone else. It makes it more interesting. Thank you!!
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sandy said...

I live in a small town that is within 30 miles of several big cities -- best of both worlds! But I really like the small town idea, even tho everybody knows your business!

Kia89 said...

I prefer to read about small towns.
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Nora said...

I love small towns when reading as their is so much more descriptions in the characters.

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Deborah said...

I like both - it really depends on the story. But if I had to choose, I'd guess a small town story could be more intimate and people-focused, so that's what I'd choose.

5webs said...

I definitely prefer to READ about small towns, but I'd prefer to LIVE in a big city. I have no idea why both appeal to me in such completely different ways.
Alicia Webster
5webs@comcast.net

Probe211@aol.com said...

I've lived in both, and actually prefer reading about small towns. They're cozier. The people have a special warmness about them. Living is simpler - less stressful. You relax while you're reading, and can become more a part of the story when it's taking place in a small town. Thanks. Probe211@aol

Hadespark said...

I prefer small town stories because I always lived in the big city. smheart999atgmail

Julie D. said...

I usually prefer small town stories, but city tales can be great as well.
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Janna @ Feed Your Pig said...

Thanks so much!! Janna Johnson jannajanna@hotmail.com janna@feedyoupig on gfc

Sheree said...

Big city. To me, a city is a character as well whereas a small town is mostly the people.

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katfam95 said...

I'd definitely have to choose small town. I am so not a city girl.

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Linda said...

Small town tale would be my choice.
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Desmond said...

Big city.

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hale2005 said...

I'll take the big city story.

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Lim said...

While widespread public transportation and a huge variety of restaurants and shops are great, I prefer small towns.

I like sitting on my front porch chatting to people walking their dogs or riding their bikes with their kids. I like watching fireflies at night. I like that the biggest reason to lock your car is NOT that you are afraid of being robbed, but that you are afraid of having someone leave rhubarb in your car.

miriama said...

I like the small town settings. Probably because I grew up in one. For better or worse it had its mark on me.

Krista said...

I grew up in a small town, and although I'm glad I no longer live in one, I still enjoy the "slice of life" stories set in small towns. Small towns are great for storytelling.

KPort207 said...

Prefer small town tales.

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Brittney said...

I prefer to live in my small town. I've lived in both big and small, and I always come back here. Cities are fun to visit, but I don't like living there.
brittneydejajason at gmail dot com

Sweeter the berry said...

I was raised in the city and liked it. I suppose both can be great.

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llinda29 said...

prefer a big city story

smilekisses said...

Small town tale.
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KowgirlsRule said...

I prefer the big city stories.

amy16323 said...

i rather live in a small town and i live in a small town currently
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Anonymous said...

I prefer living just outside of a big city. That way I can enjot the country side but still be able to enjoy the city culture.

Ruth Chestnut-Ruthacmom@aol.com

Colleen C. said...

Not a big city fan, so I would say small town! :)

Heather said...

I think both have their pro's but I would go with reading about a small town.

Cindy M said...

We live in a small? TINY town near a lake with approx. 500 residents year round, 3000 during tourist season: Our property taxes are low because we live in a cabin with a woodstove- keeps me fit! Just wish food prices were lower.
writer61@yahoo.com

paula michele said...

I live in a big city. I prefer a small town, though, as long as a big city is nearby :) I like stories set in small towns.

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Chelsea B. said...

I live in a semi-small town, so I lean torwards reading about bigger cities. Gotta escape small-town life sometimes! :-) But small towns can be very fun to read about. Especially when a newcomer is thrown into the mix and doesn't know how things work ;-)

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Amanda Gardner said...

I like both because I get a glimpse of some of the big cities that I have not been to before and it might make me want to visit them. I also like the small town because of the tight sense of community that you will normally find in a small town versus a bigger city.

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tdean30 said...

I live in a very small town so I like to read about the big cities.

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Laura said...

I like the big city stories best

dddiva said...

I like both- have lived in both and both have good and bad points, but ultimately I accept that I have itchy feet and always want to be on the move. ;)
discriminating_diva at yahoo dot com

Robin T said...

I love to read stories from the small towns of america

Amanda R said...

I prefer big city stories. I already live in a small town so I know what that's like.

iceofhearts at hotmail dot com

Juleemm said...

I like small town stories. Big cities are not in my realm of experience.

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Julieh said...

sounds like a great read. honeypie411 at yahoo dot com

Jim said...

i would like to live in a big city because you would have lots of restaurants to choose from

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Anonymous said...

I like big city stories. Thanks.
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Kellie L. said...

Having lived in big cities and small towns, I find the city lacking some of the quirkiness of a small town, This is why I prefer stories of small towns.

kelliekelpie at gmail dot com

Mama Bee said...

I like reading about small towns.

cpage2323 said...

I like living in a rural area but its also nice to be close enough to the city to go to museums, shows, etc.
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JD said...

big city story

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Breanne said...

Small towns!

Erin Cook said...

I would rather live in a small town
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momznite said...

I enjoy reading about either small towns or big cities if the author depicts them well.
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Theresa said...

Both small town stories and big city stories have their pro's but I think I love reading more about small towns. It seems more exciting and outrageous when quirky things happen in small towns.

Thanks!
Theresa

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Hotsnotty2 said...

I enjoy big city stories better. Its less like my real life and it intrigues me, thanks!

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April said...

I like small town stories. thanks for the contest

Betty C said...

I love small town stories. When I first moved from a big city to a smaller city (still not a small town) I discovered that it had more of a small town feel than a big city.
It's the best of both worlds, entertainment and dining experiences of a metropolitan area but I'm always running into someone I know, no matter what part of the city I visit.
willitara [at] gmail [dot] com

slehan said...

I've lived in both. Big cities can be impersonal and small towns can be stifling. Both have their stories.
Thanks for the contest.

Sarah said...

I miss living in the big city.

Nick H. said...

I live in the small city outside of the big city and I must say that is the way to go.

nick.hilleshiem@yahoo.com

kathy pease said...

i would prefer big city there is so much more to do

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susansmoaks said...

i love living in a small town
susansmoaks at gmail dot com

BookMarc Blogpants said...

I think there's a certain charm found in small town stories as opposed to the usual "sex in the city" line that city novels usually take.

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carolpie said...

I like both but it depends on where. Mucnich is a great large town which I love but then someplace like Rothernburg, Germany is small and really nice also. It depends on the location. In the US I wouldn't probably want to live in a big town but small one. Just different here with how they are.
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Anonymous said...

I'm a small town girl. hanovertomato at yahoo dot com

Julie Jones said...

I like both small town and big city tales but I think big city stories tend to be more exciting. Thanks for the chance to win
Julie Jones
Jjones782 at verizon dot net

susan1215 said...

Small towns as the people tend to know everyone

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Janet said...

Big city and small town stories both have their appeal. In either instance, it's all about the connections you make.

liliesrnice said...

I like living in the city! liliesrnice at gmail dot com

NICOLE said...

I love living in a big city. There is always something to do.

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Barbarawr said...

I prefer a big city story. In small towns, everybody knows everybody and the people always seem slow or backwards. In cities, everything moves fast, and so do the people, so they just seem to be more intriguing.

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Erica C. said...

I think I prefer small town stories more because I've really only experienced city in my own life. I like to read about what I'm not familiar with.

AEKZ2 said...

I like to read about small towns, but I prefer to live in a big city.

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Shari said...

I love to read about a small town tale because I live in a small town and I can usually relate to something in the story.
sklyn@mediacombb.net

crystletellerday said...

i like small towns crystletellerday@yahoo.com

amyd said...

I am from a small town so i will go with that
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Victoria said...

i grew up in a small town - went to austin for college (a bigg-er city) and am back to my small town!

i guess i'd say both - there are great parts of both!

e-mail: victoria (dot) russell5 (at) gmail (dot) com

js22 said...

definitely small town! People are friendlier there!
Thanks for the giveaway!
email in blogger profile.

Heather W said...

I prefer big city
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Gianna said...

I like small towns.

Missybeez said...

I like the Big City!

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wcc said...

I prefer reading small town tales. Can't help it - I'm a small town girl at heart! :) Thanks for the chance!
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Bakersdozen said...

I like small town more, but I wouldn't just want to read about small towns. I like to read about different situations that can take my imagination to different places. vidomich(at)yahoo(dot)com

Erica said...

I prefer small town setting. It seems like the people are more real and more developed.
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Anonymous said...

I would love this for my son who really wants one for his home made pizza. wilcarvic
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jlafount said...

I prefer the small town

Melanie said...

I'm a big reader and it all depends on the writer...if its Jennifer Weiner or jennifer coburn or Jodi picoult it could be anywhere. Good chick lit is so hard to find. Lol. In general tho I'd pick big city, because there are too many mediocre authors writing about small towns and they just drag and drag. So my head almost starts to hurt as soon as I hear small town in a book now...lol. but with a good author..I'd read about anywhere. Once as a teen I remember reading a book about a girl whose family had been chosen to be part of a city living on the moon for a year..and I loved it. So...with the right writing either is great!..- Melanie, visionofadreamer@yahoo.com

dvice12 said...

I prefer a big city tale

Roni said...

I prefer the big city. I'm a big city girl ...

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Kristen said...

I prefer reading about small town tales. Probably because it's unknown to me :(
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