Eniko is hosting Cassie over at her blog, Seelk Fire Ice! There’s an interview with Cassie, a review of Some Guys Have All the Luck, and a chance to win an ebook.
Hop on over for your chance to win!
I’m giving away eight Dragonfire t-shirts on the Dragonfire blog! The giveaway is open now, and will end on the 14th.
These are fitted t-shirts for women, and all cotton, with the Dragonfire logo on one side.
Do you want a Dragonfire t-shirt? Here’s your chance to win one!
All you have to do for your chance to win is comment on the post for the size of t-shirt you’d prefer to win and tell me which of the Pyr is your favorite dragon shifter and why. Good luck!
If you haven’t commented on the Dragonfire blog before, your comment will go to moderation so you won’t see it right away. I’ll approve them as quickly as I can. 🙂
The rest of the t-shirts have gone to Romancing the Capital for their goody bags.
I’ve joined up with a group of paranormal romance authors led by Michelle Fox and her Wolf Pack for this great promotion. All of the books are 99 cent PNR reads at iBooks, and a lot of them are series starters. You’ll find Wyvern’s Mate amongst the available titles. You can also enter for a chance to win an iPad!
Here’s the landing page. There’s a link at the bottom of the page to enter the giveaway for the iPad. Good luck everyone – and happy reading!
As you might recall, I came home from Romancing the Capital 2017 with two extra reader registration bags to raffle off. I posted here on the blog about them and also on Facebook, so I’m have chosen one winner from each place.
From the post here, our winner is ERIN!
On Facebook, our winner is Catherine F – who had been booked to attend RTC but had to cancel due to a death in her family.
Congratulations to both winners. You’re going to have such a good time exploring this huge bag of swag. 🙂
Each month, I give away a signed print copy of one of my books. Last month’s print book giveaway was a copy of Highland Heroes. Our winner is Josée Giroux. Congrats Josée!
This month’s print book is The Last Highlander, my Scottish time travel romance and romantic comedy. I think it’s a perfect winter read.
For your chance to win, please comment on this post. Tell me your ideal way to celebrate Valentine’s Day—whether that actually happens or not is your secret!
The giveaway is open to readers in US, Canada, UK, Ireland, Australia and NZ.
I’ll draw a winner on March 1. Good luck, everyone!
Edited to Add – we have a winner! Congratulations to Michelle W!
Thanks to everyone who commented. It sounds as if you all know how to celebrate love and romance. There’s a new book giveaway posted for March with another chance to win.
And the third Goodreads Giveaway that goes live today is for signed print copies of Simply Irresistible.
Amy and Ty’s story is a contemporary romance and romantic comedy, and the first book in my new series, Flatiron Five. I really enjoyed how Amy challenged Ty’s assumptions in this book and think it’s a fun read.
You can enter the giveaway right here. Winners will be chosen on January 30, 2017.
The second Goodreads Giveaway that goes live today is for signed print copies of The Crusader’s Kiss.
This is the third book in my Champions of St. Euphemia series of medieval romances. After Bartholomew earns his spurs, he returns home to the north of England to settle an old score. I had a lot of fun with Bartholomew and Anna’s story – he’s a hidden heir and she’s a rebel with a cause.
You can enter the giveaway right here. Winners will be chosen on February 1, 2017.
Eniko invited Tyler from Simply Irresistible to be interviewed at her blog, seelkfireice, and the interview is posted this morning.
She also included her five-star review of the book, which starts my day off right. 🙂
You can read the interview right here.
There’s a giveaway, too, of a signed print copy. Don’t miss your chance to win!
Pssst – there’s another giveaway running for a signed print copy of Simply Irresistible on my Facebook page. It’s pinned to the top of the posts.
Here’s another romance promotion for free romances in many subgenres – there are forty-four authors participating in this one.
Visit the landing page for this promotion and find a new author!
Many of you have commented that giveaways are always for digital books, and that you’d like to win signed print books for your keeper shelf. (Be sure to check out the Highland DreamWeavers Extravaganza, as there are a number of signed print books to be won in that contest.) Because of your comments, I’ve decided to add a new monthly contest for (surprise!) signed print copies of my books. Each month, I’ll feature a title. All you have to do for your chance to win is comment on the blog post. Depending on the number of entries, I may add more copies of the book in question.
This contest is open to readers in US, Canada, UK, Australia and NZ.
December’s featured title is The Crusader’s Handfast, a choice that seems apt as Duncan and Radegunde’s story is a May-December romance. It’s also a medieval romance, with action, adventure and intrigue, which begins in Paris and ends in Scotland. The Crusader’s Handfast was originally published in installments, but the complete story is now available in a single volume, in both digital and print editions. You can read the first installment free now – both the EPUB and the MOBI are available for free download from my online store.
For your chance to win a signed copy, just comment on this post. Tell me what you love most about Scottish heroes. I’ll choose a winner at the beginning of January.