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Wednesday, December 16, 2015

12 Days Holiday Book Hop - Win Free Books For Life!


Happy holidays, everyone! I hope you're staying nice and toasty warm. Winter is the best time of year to curl up with a good book, a fluffy blanket, and the heater turned all the way up to Tropical Summer. I'm curling up with some hot cocoa and a copy of EVEN VILLAINS GOT TO THE MOVIES; love, Shakespeare, and motorcycles in the sweltering California heat.

If snowflakes are more your style, try EVEN VILLAINS HAVE INTERNS set in snowy Chicago with Russian mobsters, bootlegger tunnels, and a sinfully handsome politician.

For the hop I'm giving away an autographed copy of EVEN VILLAINS PLAY THE HERO (the Heroes & Villains collection) and fun snowflake pendant perfect for adding some wintry fun to your day. And don't forget the Holiday Hop's grand prize: free books for life! 




The final prize will be picked December 26th, and the winner of my prize pack will have their prize mailed within seven business days of verifying their mailing address. If the winner fails to respond to confirm their address by December 30th a new winner will be chosen. This giveaway is open internationally. 



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Thanks again for visiting me, and if you’re new to the Holiday Book Hop you can start over on the event page and hop to all of the 190 authors giving out prizes. Not to mention one lucky winner will win free ebooks for life! Happy Holidays from the 12 Days Holiday Hop!

45 comments:

  1. Thank you for joining the raffle, I'm not thinking of any holiday book that stands solitary in my mind right now.

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  2. I love most holiday books, but I really enjoyed A Marquees For Christmas. By Cristi Caldwell

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  3. The Night before Christmas ♡ we read it every Christmas Eve. Thank you

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  4. Thanks for the chance. Merry Christmas

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  5. I love Mrs. Miracle by Debbie Macomber :)

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  6. A true classic, 'Twas The Night Before Christmas

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  7. I love the Grinch
    Thanks for the chance and happy holidays

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  8. I love the Grinch
    Thanks for the chance and happy holidays

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  9. Thank you and I don't have a favorite yet

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  10. I love Twilight before Christmas by Christine Feehan, though have been working through lots of new short this year :)

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    1. Ooo! I haven't read that one yet! I'll have to give it a try. :)

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  11. Frosty the snowman has always been my favorite

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  12. Interesting blog and your story lines are fascinating blends.

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  13. I just read Holiday's Presence by Angel L Woodz. I really enjoyed it and it even cracked my Scrooge coating!😀

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  14. I loved Snow and Mistletoe by Alexa Riley and the Hex the Halls paranormal anthology was awesome!

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  15. Frosty the snowman. I had this book and the 45 record that came with it when I was a child

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  16. The Christmas Shoes it's all about hope.

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  17. A Common Christmas by Sue London is a great little story.

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  18. Kissing Under the Mistletoe by Marina Adair

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  19. The Little Match Girl by Hans Christian Anderson

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  20. I love the movie Unlikely Angel with Dolly Parton

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  21. Frosty the snowman kids love it I love reading to them:)

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  22. I always liked The Night Before Christmas.

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  23. Frosty the Snowman is my favourite.

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  24. Read Let It Snow by Erica Ridley

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  25. I can't pick just one Christmas themed book!! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  26. Great giveaway Enjoy How the Grinch Stole Christmas. Merry Christmas.

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  27. Great giveaway Enjoy How the Grinch Stole Christmas. Merry Christmas.

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  28. Ring In A Cowboy by nine best selling authors

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  29. As a new twist on an old cocktail, skewer a piece of cooked shrimp and instead of serving it with a bowl of cocktail sauce serve the shrimp in a shot glass already filled with the sauce. Company holiday party ideas will really help you in refreshing your presentation.

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