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Be sure to visit everyone's blogs along the way as there are individual prizes to be had. And then, of course, there's the Grand prize:
A Kindle Paperwhite, A Nook Glow, and a $90 choice giftcard for either Amazon or B&N. And both tablets will come with a book bundle. Now is your chance! Be sure to enter below!
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and I'll be giving away a copy of my fantasy novella 'Dancing With Fate' to one person who comments on this blog, as picked by the random generator.
What are my Christmas wishes? Well the usual - a safe and Happy Christmas for all my family and friends and for anyone out there who knows me; food and shelter for all children and animals who have no family to call their own and care for them; a special wish in memory of my dear friend the late Sharon Donovan, who battled with blindness and diabetes for most of her adult life, and still found time to write wonderful romances. Her latest book, published posthumously, is 'Kiss of Death' a wonderful Christmas romantic suspense, starring her wonderful creation Oliver. I'm wishing that it will be the wonderful success it deserves to be.
Sharon loved Christmas. Because she wasn't able to see, she asked me to decorate her blog, and I enjoyed decorating her wonderful, witty posts. At Christmas I would have fun posting pictures of snowy scenes, bells and holly. I loved doing that, and miss her more than I can say.
If you haven't read any of Sharon's books yet, you're in for a treat, Kiss Of Death is full of suspense and some edge of the seat suspense as well as sizzling romance. It's available, with her other books HERE
Santa Must Die.
The words in Camille Lafayette's dream are a chilling prelude of events to come. She sees herself as the killer, and when the murder is actually committed, she becomes the prime suspect.
When handsome Detective Oliver Sharone turns up at her New Orleans family home, he is searching for answers. The evidence against her seems damning. An image captured on the victim's camera resembles Camille, and the red feather mask worn by the murderer came from her shop.
The instant chemistry between Camille and Oliver is an added complication, which grows deeper as they work together to discover the truth. It becomes a race against time to find the real murderer before he not only loses his heart completely, but the killer strikes again. And this time the victim could be Camille herself.
So all that's left now is for me to wish you a happy, safe and blessed Christmas and a New Year full of happiness and joy and success in all you do.
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'STARQUEST' 'CHILDREN OF THE MIST' (The sequel to Starquest) Dancing With Fate 'Freeread':'A BARGAIN WITH DEATH
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