The Crusader’s Handfast Giveaway Winners

The Crusader's Handfast, #5 in the Champions of Saint Euphemia series of medieval romances by Claire DelacroixLast month, I posted a contest for a signed print copy of my medieval Scottish romance, The Crusader’s Handfast. We had about 50 entries, which is a wonderful thing. It also means that I picked TWO winners.

Congratulations to Vicki Hammons and Rebecca S, both of whom won copies of Duncan and Radegunde’s book! I’ve sent you each an email to get your mailing address, so if you don’t see it right away, please check your spam folder.

Thanks to everyone who entered. I’ll post a new contest for January later this morning.

 

#iBooksGalore Winners

Third Time Lucky, book #1 of the Coxwell Series of contemporary romances, by Deborah CookeMy fourth #iBooksGalore featured book was Third Time Lucky, the first book in my Coxwells series of contemporary romances and romantic comedies.

The winners are:
1. Olivia
2. Aline
3. Karen H
4. laineslite
5. Alexsandra Thompson

Congratulations! I’ve sent email messages to each of you winners with the download code to claim the free book at iBooks. Please check your spam folder if you don’t see it.

And #iBooksGalore continues. My fifth and final featured book is The Renegade’s Heart, a medieval Scottish romance with paranormal elements and the first book in my True Love Brides series. Here’s the post so you can comment for a chance to win one of six copies. Good luck!

#iBooksGalore 3 Winners!

The Countess, book #1 in the Bride Quest II trilogy of Scottish medieval romances, by Claire DelacroixMy third #iBooksGalore featured book was The Countess, book #1 in my Scottish medieval trilogy, The Bride Quest II.

The six winners are:
1. viewsofanemergencyrn
2. eileendandashi
3. Bewitching Brews
4. Lili Knight
5. Lisa Saling
6. elfette

Congratulations! I’ve sent email messages to each of you winners with the download code to claim the free book at iBooks. Please check your spam folder if you don’t see it.

And #iBooksGalore continues. My fourth featured book is Third Time Lucky, a contemporary romance and romantic comedy, and first in my Coxwells Series. Here’s the post so you can comment for a chance to win one of six copies. Good luck!

#iBooksGalore 1 Winners

The Crusader's Bride, a medieval romance by Claire DelacroixThis month, I’m participating in a multi-author promotion called #iBooksGalore. Each author is giving away an ebook a day, which will be downloaded by the winners from the iBookstore.

My first contest was for six copies of The Crusader’s Bride, my medieval romance set during the crusades and the first book of my Champions of Saint Euphemia series.

Today’s winners are:
1. Annie
2. Olivia
3. Aline Pack
4. Denise
5. Pat Babcock
6. CG Phillips

Congrats to all! I hope you enjoy Gaston and Ysmaine’s story.

I’ve sent an email to each of you with the instructions and download codes. If you don’t see it in your inbox, please check your spam folder.

Remember to search social media on the hashtag #iBooksGalore for more participating authors and more chances to win. My second contest will post here at 9AM. Be sure to comment on the post for your chance to win. Good luck!

Winners of the Midsummer’s Dream

Giveaway2Last week, the Midsummer’s Dream contest ended, and winners were drawn. Although they’ve already been announced on Facebook, I wanted to share them here as well.

The ten 5th prize winners, who each received a $10 gift certificate to the ebook store of their choice, were:
CG Phillips
Desiree Boettcher
Rebecca Zoeller
Jacquie
Susan Benedict
Ashley Fasolo
Katrina Duerrwaech
Shelley Summers
Rose Foster
Margaret Garrison

The fourth prize winner, who has a LOT of audiobooks to listen to, was April Waldrop.

The third prize winner, who won an ebook from each participating author, was Darlene Holley.

The second prize winner, was Elisa D.

And the grand prize winner was Megan!

Congratulations to all of the winners, and many thanks to my fellow authors for participating in this promotion. It was just as much fun this year as last! Special thanks to Tanya Anne Crosby, who may be the most organized woman alive. 🙂