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Award Winning Fantasy with a Twist!

Grateful For Books Blog Hop

AND THE WINNERS ARE…

Congratulations and thank you, everybody, for participating.


CLRNovCandlelight Reads asked which books are you the most grateful for?

Like any writer, I’m very proud of my books, but I’m also grateful. I thoroughly enjoyed the stories and I’m happy to have learned so much through writing them!

With my newest book coming in December, I have a lot to be grateful for, so I’m sharing one e-book copy each of my two stories. International entries accepted.

ENTER TO WIN HERE

Check out the other authors in the hop!

thumbnailIn  Feeling Lucky, Megan O’Malley pinched a cute guy and accidentally captured a leprechaun. Turns out they’re not twee beings dreamed up by the tourist board, but warriors of legend. The bit about not sharing is true though! Megan may be millions richer, but she’s also got an angry leprechaun camped out on her sofa, trying to keep her from becoming the business mogul of her dreams!

Includes a Celtic Knot bracelet by Gems&Knots – 1/4″ wide, 7″ long. I’ll pick the color.

RestlessSpirits_200In Restless Spirits, Marilee Harper agrees to renovate a bed & breakfast where faucets and lights turn themselves off and on, and old baseballs fly without help. But these aren’t the worst of her worries. She’s also falling hard for her boss who’s then kidnapped by fairies!

Includes a baseball bracelet by Gems&Knots – 1/4″ wide, 6.5″ long. I’ll pick the color.

Leprechauns on a mission and innkeepers with a take-no-prisoners attitude are just the beginning of the epic battle brewing! In Fighting Madcoming December 2015 – civil war is breaking out among the fairies. Catch up today on who’s aligned with whom – while there’s still time. 

11 comments on “Grateful For Books Blog Hop

  1. Virginia H
    November 9, 2015

    Gone with the Wind, it was the book that really got me started reading.

  2. Linda Carroll-Bradd
    November 8, 2015

    I love seeing other Austen fans. I remember reading Gone With The Wind the summer I was 12 which cemented my love for historical stories.

  3. taswmom
    November 8, 2015

    I can’t remember that far back. When we were little, our mother would take us to the library. As we got older, we rode our bikes. The first books I remember were about Ragedy Ann and Andy, I think, which lead to hardy boys, nancy Drew, ….I was very active with a great imagination, and books let me live things I’d never be able to do in real life.

    • kathybryson
      November 8, 2015

      I love Raggedy Ann! I still have mine, if a little worn!

  4. Jan Hall
    November 7, 2015

    My grandmother had a bookcase headboard in the room we stayed in. We had to rest for 1 hour and so I learned to enjoy Huckelberry Finn and Alice in wonderland and many other great books. From then on I loved to read

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  6. kathybryson
    November 7, 2015

    Pride and Prejudice is a great story! Anything Georgette Heyer, Marion Chesney, or Barbara Cartland wrote all contributed to my love of Regencies!

    Excellent choice, ladies!

  7. bn100
    November 6, 2015

    pride and prejudice

  8. ladymagnolia99
    November 6, 2015

    The first book that I read was Pride & Prejudice by Jane Austen and I fell in love with it and with reading period!!! I love most genres and just can’t get enough of the characters and the plots.

    Judy Cox

  9. Mary Preston
    November 6, 2015

    I have been reading all my life. All books helped along my love of reading.

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