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.
Winners, winners, we have winners! Last week’s audiobook prize was The Beauty Bride, narrated by Saskia Maarleveld. Our winners are:
1. Christine Woinich
2. CG Phillips
3. Liz Evans
4. Janet Woods
5. Kim Cowgar
7. Patricia Young
Congrats to all of you! You’ll be receiving an email from my assistant, Angie, telling you how to claim your prize.
Remember that you can listen to samples of all of my audiobooks on my Soundcloud page, or follow buy links from the Audio pages here on my site. And don’t forget that there’s another August Audio contest starting today – I’ll give away seven more audiobooks this week. Check this post to learn more.
My monthly newsletter goes out tonight and I wanted to tell you about a small change we’ve made. The monthly reader contest is back, but the winner will be announced in the newsletter. You’ll need to open the newsletter to find out who won, instead of reading it here on the blog.
Have you subscribed to the newsletter yet? It’s the best way to stay up to date, and you can sign up right here.
This month’s reader contest is for an audio download code for the new audio edition of The Beauty Bride. I hope that the winner enjoys the production – I love it! – but also that he or she will leave a review on Amazon, Audible, or Apple.
For a chance to win, all you have to do is comment on this post. As usual, for every 25 entries, I’ll add another prize. Good luck!
This month, we have something a little bit different. The prize this month is a download code for the audio edition of The Rogue.
All you have to do is comment on this post for a chance to win. As usual, the contest is open to international entries, and for every 25 entries, I’ll add another prize. If you review audio books on your blog or regularly post reviews on the various portals (Amazon, Audible and Apple) please make a comment to that effect in your post, and I’ll try to get you a copy in addition to the prize for the month.
Another month and another reader contest!
You’ve probably guessed that this month’s contest is for a signed trade paperback copy of The Frost Maiden’s Kiss, my medieval romance due out at the end of this month. For a chance to win, all you have to do is comment on this post (if you haven’t commented on this blog before, your comment will go to moderation and have to wait on me.) As usual, the contest is open internationally and, as usual, for every 25 entries, I’ll add another prize.
Good luck, everyone!
Edited to add – Wow. 105 entries meant FOUR prizes this month. Thanks to all who entered and congrats to the winners. Now, it’s time for the September reader contest!
It’s that time again—the first of the month means a new reader contest.
This month’s prize is a signed trade paperback copy of Beguiled, the new collection of my previously published short stories and novellas being published this month. As usual, the contest is open internationally and, as usual, I’ll add another prize for every 25 entries. Good luck everyone!
As usual, this month there is a reader contest on the blog. Since The Frost Maiden’s Kiss is coming out in August, I thought this month would be a good chance for you to catch up on the True Love Brides Series. This month, there are TWO prize books: one lucky winner will receive signed trade paperback copies of BOTH The Renegade’s Heart and The Highlander’s Curse.
As usual, the contest is open to international entries. As usual, for every 25 entries, I’ll add another prize (in this case, two prizes). To enter the contest, all you need to do is comment on this post. Remember that if you haven’t commented on this blog before, your comment will go to moderation instead of appearing immediately: it’s not lost, just waiting on me. 🙂
It’s the middle of May, which seems like the perfect time to celebrate Thorolf’s day. I have lots of lovely reader swag for Serpent’s Kiss, prepared for conferences I’ll be attending. Not all of us get to conferences, though, so let’s celebrate Thorolf’s Day by giving away some goodies right here on the blog.
To be won by a lucky reader, including:
• a Serpent’s Kiss tote bag
• a pair of Thorolf earrings, custom-made by Aunt Matilda’s Jewelry.
• 3 Dragonfire temporary tattoos
• a signed trade paperback copy of Serpent’s Kiss.
All you have to do is comment on this post for a chance to win. Tell me why I should choose you. 🙂 (Remember that if you haven’t commented on my blog before, your comment will be queued for moderation. It’s not gone; just waiting.) As usual, this contest is open internationally. I’ll choose a winner in one week, on May 22.
Well, there’s no doubt what this month’s prize book has to be, is there?
This month, one lucky reader will win a signed trade paperback copy of Serpent’s Kiss. All you have to do for a chance to win is comment on this post. As usual, this contest is open internationally, AND for every 25 entries, I’ll add another prize book.
Good luck, everyone!
ETA – 62 entries means there were THREE prize books this month. Congrats to all the winners, and thanks to everyone who entered. This post is now closed to comments – but the May contest is posted.