Sunday, December 29, 2013

Winner, Winner, Chicken Dinner!

Well, the Christmas holiday has come and gone. In whirlwind fashion as always. This year the shorter season between Thanksgiving and Christmas definitely didn't help matters. It certainly didn't help me with fitting in all the give aways and hops, writing and wrapping, eggnog and energy drinks ;) .

So with out further delay, the winners from the Mistletoe Metldown Blog Hop have been chosen. Yes, I did say winners, plural. I am still struck with the holiday spirit and decided one winner wasn't quite enough. So we had four! The books are on their way to the lucky in-boxes.

If you weren't selected during the hop, don't worry. I run give aways on my FaceBook page all the time. So there's always an opportunity to win a prize. If you haven't liked the page yet, stop by and check it out.

Sunday, December 8, 2013

Mistletoe Meltdown

The season of giving is upon us and some of my author friends have put together this amazing holiday blog hop! I'm thrilled to be a part of it and hope you'll visit each stop, discovering new authors along the way.

I learned some interesting things about Mistletoe while preparing for this post. I thought I'd find one or two fun facts to weave in here for a little holiday fun. What I didn't expect to find is that Mistletoe is actually a parasite plant, leaching water and nutrients from the host plant. Hmm, the wheels are already turning and plot lines are forming just from one harmless little visit to Wikipedia.

I'll be giving away a complete set of e-books for my series, some swag bags, custom made soaps scented like characters in the books and a $25.00 Amazon gift card. Swag bags and soaps are limited to U.S. shipping. Leave a comment below between December 13th-20th to enter! Winners selected at random. Comments left before the 13th or after the 20th will not be included in the drawing.

Hoping your holiday is filled with love, laughter and of course plenty of kisses under the mistletoe!The mistletoe is still hung up in farm-houses and kitchens at Christmas, and the young men have the privilege of kissing the girls under it, plucking each time a berry from the bush. When the berries are all plucked the privilege ceases.  1820 American author Washington Irving

Ho Ho Hum?