Monday, November 9, 2015

A Match Made for Christmas -- book giveaway

Hey All!  It's time to announce the winner. MARYANN SKARITKA

With the release of my newest book, I am getting in the Christmas spirit a little early this year. I absolutely LOVE Christmas!! It's my all time favor time of the year!! I begin decorating my home the day after Thanksgiving. All the trees goes up. Yes, I said trees :) I have a Christmas tree in every room in my house. ( I may share pictures this year)

I was invited a few months ago to be a part of a Christmas boxed set along with seven other authors called, Love's Gift. I was super excited to write my first Christmas story. But, it's hard to get into the Christmas spirit when it's in the middle of the Summer and it's 90 degrees outside.
So, with a little extra help from Christmas music, bumping the air conditioner up, and popping in a Christmas movie or two helped me along with my story. :)

A couple of weeks ago, I had a giveaway of the boxed set, Love's Gift, that my solo novella, A Match Made for Christmas was included in. Now I want to give away a paperback copy of the my individual story.

TAGLINE:  You can’t give someone a man for Christmas, or can you?

All of a sudden, Seirra Marshall finds herself anonymously receiving several roses along with various date invitations from men she barely knows. She wonders what is going on. When she discovers the truth, she is heartbroken and questions if the man she trusted is in on the whole matchmaking scheme.

Corbin Whitley is in love with Seirra Marshall and has been since the day he first laid eyes on her. When he discovers she is single again, he decides to do whatever it takes to win her heart. Just when he thinks that is happening, something goes terribly wrong. Will he be able to fix the wrong done to her, or is it too late?

If you're interested in purchasing the entire boxed set, Love's Gift for .99¢ you can find it on Amazon

Drawing will be held Nov. 21

Merry Christmas to All!


Linda Kish said...

Do you have a big house? That could be a lot of trees. All fresh? Sounds like you will be busy.
I would love to read your story. I love holiday stories. They are some of my favorites.

lkish77123 at gmail dot com

Melody said...

I would love to ready your Christmas story! With Hallmark movies on, I'm baking 100 dozen assorted cookies for the missionaries coming in for Celebrando Navidad in Mexico! (We're missionaries to there and Nicaragua).

Karen Hadley said...

Great Tagline!
Sounds like a book to get one started for the Christmas Season!

Anonymous said...

I would love to read Seirra and Corbin's story. Sounds perfect for holiday reading. You are quite ambitious with all your trees. I am sure your trees add to the beauty of your home and of the season. I get tired just decorating one tree but I think its because its about 9 feet tall.
marypopmom (at) yahoo (dot) com

joye said...

I like reading these kinds of stories at this kind of year. Your book sounds like a really fun read.

Library Lady said...

My mother's friend would decorate her whole house with trees. Each room would have a different theme. I remember the tree in the kitchen would be decorated with kitchen utensils, the tree in the front room would reach all the way to the ceiling, a tree in one of the bedrooms would be decorated with dolls, and she even had trees in each of the bathrooms.
Reading Christmas books always puts me in the mood.
Janet E.

Cindy W. said...

Wow! Trees in every room sounds like a big but fun chore! I love Christmas too and the season never seems to last long enough.

I would love a print copy of your book!

Cindy W.
countrybear52 AT yahoo DOT com

Debra Collins said...

I've enjoyed reading all of your comments.

Now I'm going to share a little bit about my Christmas trees with you. All the trees are artificial. Every year, I have one or two of my grand-elves that helps me decorate all of my trees :) The tree that I put up in my living room is around 8 ft.tall. The one in the kitchen is six ft.,and the one in my office is 3 ft. The trees that are in the bedrooms and bathrooms are just small ones, 1-2 ft. With those I just pull out of the box and plug them in :)

With all the decorating of the trees, the rest of the house, the clean up, and enjoying watching the grandchildren adding their special little touches. It usually takes most of the day to get it all done. BUT I LOVE EVERY MINUTE OF IT!!!!

I always wait until the day after Thanksgiving to start decorating, but this year I'm getting into the Christmas spirit a little earlier, so I may not wait until then. :)

I hope all of you have a wonderful Thanksgiving next week, and a very Merry Christmas!!