Tuesday, December 27, 2011

Giveaway!

I hope you all had a great Christmas! I know many of you are still on a blogging break, but I wanted to let you know that on Friday (the 30th) the Life List club is doing another mass blog giveaway! I am giving away two copies of the TOTALLY CLICHE anthology which features my Short story, THE PROMISE OF WAR. Here's a little synopsis if you haven't heard about it yet -

Beth isn't your average Princess -- she's never been dressed up or fed with a silver spoon, but that's what happens when your country is ravaged by war. In an attempt to save her father and her kingdom she is marrying Prince Clayton, the only man with an army big enough to stop their enemies.One thing keeps her from the wedding that will bring peace, the wish of true love.

See you Friday!



13 comments:

Sarah Pearson said...

I'll be here. Hope you had a lovely Christmas.

Stephen Tremp said...

I like the theme where a princess doesn't live like one. She has to earn that life back the hard way. Great premise for a story.

Cruise to the Max said...

Wahoo! I'll be here too. I want a new book to read.

i'm erin. said...

I left that last comment in my hubby's profile. sorry.

Angela Brown said...

Wow. A giveaway to bring the year to a close. That's awesome.

Steph Schmidt said...

Ah! Happy Belated-Boxing Day (and of course happy holidays in general). I'm so amazed by how generous people were this year with all the giveaways.

Rachel Cotterill said...

Aw, I love the sound of that story, I hope I can win a copy - or is the anthology on Kindle?? :)

Joshua said...

I might have to be back on Friday. Maybe...? ;^)

Donna K. Weaver said...

Excellent!

cherie said...

So cool! I love the premise of your short story. ;)

And I see that Erin has been Cruisin' to the Max...

XD

Christa said...

Very cool! Can't wait for this one.

Paul Tobin said...

It sounds an interesting dilemma, I wait to read the rest.

Donna McBroom-Theriot said...

I wanted to stop by and say thank you for visiting and commenting on my blog on the friendship post. Like you, I've had to walk away from more than a few friendships that were "sucking me dry." It took 46 years but God sent me a wonderful best friend and it was well worth the wait. Hope to see again. I added you on Google+ and look forward to visiting here again.