Award Winning Fantasy with a Twist!

Favorites Giveaway Hop


  • The winners of a signed, print copy of Feeling Lucky are Crystal Young & Natasha Schumacher!
  • The Grand Prize winner of the Hop is Renee G!

Congratulations ladies! and thank you, everybody, for participating.

Be sure to stop back for the Lucky Is Reading Giveaway Blog Hop, March 7 – 21st!

Your 1st book, like your 1st love, holds a special place in your heart. It’s been 2 years since I first told the world the truth about leprechauns in Feeling Lucky. Many doubted, but others believed – the latest being EPIC who named it a 2015 eBook Awards Finalist!

So to celebrate, and because Valentine’s, St. Patty’s, & Tax Day are coming, I’m giving away my favorite Leprechaun Love Story!

About Feeling Lucky

Final Feeling Lucky #23 copyLeprechuans are not twee beings dreamed up by the tourist board, but warriors of legend. The story’s because they like a good joke and what better way to hide the gold? Oh that bit’s true, as is the part about not sharing!

Megan O’Malley gave in to drunken temptation and pinched a cute guy’s ass at her cousin’s wedding. Who’d have thought a perfectly normal guy—okay, a bit short—was a leprechaun or that he’d have such a bad attitude about giving away his money?! Now that she’s captured him, Megan may be five million dollars richer, but she’s also got an angry leprechaun camped out on her sofa, doing his best to prevent her from becoming the business mogul of her dreams!

NERFAWinner2014 National Excellence in Romance Fiction Award – Best First Book

2015_EBook_finalist-smEPIC 2015 eBook Awards Finalists – Fantasy Romance

29 comments on “Favorites Giveaway Hop

  1. Kathy Davis
    February 14, 2015

    Little Red Riding Hood is pretty interesting, how it’s been rewritten so many times. I even heard of a version where the wolf is good.

  2. Natasha Schumacher
    February 14, 2015

    I enjoyed the fairytale about the twelve dancing princesses. I’ve read a few twists on the story and they were all pretty good.

  3. Sarah Miles
    February 12, 2015

    I’m not sure if it really counts as a fairy tale, but my favorite’s probably Peter Pan. When I was a kid, I watched it on VHS so many times that the tape was ruined… And I’d jump around on our landing saying, “I can fly!”

    • kathybryson
      February 13, 2015

      Unless you’re a pilot for United, being able to fly is a pretty good sign of a fairy tale! Thanks for sharing!

      • Sarah Miles
        February 15, 2015

        Hahahahaha, okay, fair enough. Tink thanks you 🙂 I guess it just doesn’t hit me like Hansel and Gretel or Little Red Riding Hood. My parents still have the VHS tape despite the damage. You can watch for a bit before it cuts off. I have a feeling my dad thinks it’ll be funny to keep around and show any boyfriends I bring home 🙂 Too bad I lacked the fairy dust back then to actually fly off to Neverland, or at least somewhere pretty like Lake Tahoe!

  4. Katherine Riley
    February 8, 2015

    My favorite fairytale is the Princess and the Pea.

    • Katherine Riley
      February 8, 2015

      As I’ve gotten older, the story has meant more.

      • kathybryson
        February 9, 2015

        I’m intrigued! There’s a message in there about realizing your inner princess despite outward appearances. Is that what appeals to you?

  5. Michelle Bledsoe
    February 8, 2015

    Oh wow, I have just found a new book that I must, must read. Congrats on your award. Oh and Beauty and the Beast is my favorite. I like it because Belle does not back down from her growly Beast….LOL

    • kathybryson
      February 9, 2015

      Growly beasts are a plus! You’ll have to let me know how you feel about grumpy leprechauns 🙂

  6. BookLady
    February 6, 2015

    Congratulations on your awards for Feeling Lucky! It sounds like a wonderful story. My favorite fairy tale is Cinderella. I loved the music in the Disney version and love happy ever after endings.

    • kathybryson
      February 7, 2015

      Thank you! I’m very pleased with the recognition – kinda my own, little fairy tale ending! 🙂

  7. Dovile
    February 6, 2015


    • kathybryson
      February 6, 2015

      Every time I see that name, I can hear the mice singing. My brothers loved that movie for the cat and the mice. Great choice!

  8. Verena S.
    February 3, 2015

    I really love the version of Sleeping Beauty in the movie Maleficent because it focuses on motherly love instead of the usual romance.

  9. Lotus
    February 2, 2015

    I like dragons, probably partially because I’m half-Chinese.

  10. Beauty and the Beast. Like… always and forever ❤

  11. bn100
    February 1, 2015

    Cinderella for the singing

  12. Mai Tran
    February 1, 2015

    Tauriel from The Hobbit is my favorite Wood-elf of all time!

  13. Crystal Young
    February 1, 2015

    I would say Cinderella I like a happy ending.

    • kathybryson
      February 2, 2015

      We’ve got several Cinderella fans here today. Go shoes!

  14. Natasha
    February 1, 2015

    Probably Hansel and Gretal – It is just so twisted!

  15. Mary Preston
    February 1, 2015

    The beast from BEAUTY AND THE BEAST has always appealed. I like that he has to redeem himself.

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