Saturday, December 6, 2014

Booklover's Christmas Giveaway Part 2

Only 18.98456738127 days 'til Christmas!!!! (Educated guess.)

I'm diving into the glittery reservoirs of the Christmas spirit by teaming up with my friend and fellow inspirational romance writer Courtney Phillips to bring you this sensational Christmas giveaway!

Dun! Dun! DUUUUUNNN!!! *fanfare and drumroll commence*


Giveaway Includes:
To enter this merry giveaway via the Rafflecopter near the end of this post, all you have to do is show your support of our writing by joining our email newsletters. It's that simple, folks. (We promise to never send spam or clog your inbox.) If you've already signed up, just fill in the Rafflecopter space below with the email address you used to sign up for the newsletters.

Last week, we gave away The Westward Christmas Brides Collection as an e-book! (Technically this giveaway is still on and ends tonight around midnight. To enter for this book, follow the instructions in this post: Booklover's Christmas Giveaway Part 1.)

THIS WEEK we're giving away the Hope for the Holidays Historical Collection and the Hope for the Holidays Contemporary Collection, written by the fabulous ladies over at the Seekerville blog!

http://www.amazon.com/Hope-Holidays-Contemporary-Collection-Connealy-ebook/dp/B00OFFCOSW
 
How the giveaway came to be: (In case you were wondering or anything.)

Courtney and I met through the American Christian Fiction Writers, writing contests, and the writerly & fantabulous Seekerville blog. (Correct me, Courtney, if I'm remembering wrong. I have a poor medium-term memory.)
  • She writes contemporary, I write historical.
  • She's blonde, I'm brunette. 
  • She publicly professes a dislike for sweet tea, beans, ham, & coleslaw. I eat EVERYTHING. (Okay, not everything. I don't eat gift wrap.) Um... Where was I going with this again?

Oh, yes. HOWEVER

  • We're both Southern girls.
  • We both like reading God-honoring Christian love stories, both historical and contemporary.
  • We're both currently pre-published and building our newsletter lists.
  • We both love Christmas. (I'm assuming you do, too, Courtney. Haha!)
  • AND we both wanted to give y'all something this Christmas, just for being Awesome You!!!

Happy Christmas to all and to all a good book!


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We'll be giving away the prizes separately SO THERE'LL BE MORE WINNERS!!! who will be announced the last three Saturdays of December.

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14 comments:

Sybil Bates McCormack said...

Hi, Natalie and Courtney. Just popping by to thank you two for the opportunity to participate in the contest. Looks like a great one. Blessings!

Sybil Bates McCormack said...

By the way: I shared a link to the giveaway on Twitter here: https://twitter.com/SybilBMcCormack/status/541256262349254656. Blessings!

Connie said...

I enjoy Boiled Custard as a special Christmas treat.

Connie said...

I shared on Twitter. @cps1950

Amy C said...

My favorite is my grandmother's Seven Layer Cookies. The secret recipe has been in the family for MANY many years.
:)

Courtney Phillips said...

It's our pleasure, Sybil! :)

Courtney Phillips said...

I've never had boiled custard. Hmm...might have to try it.

Thank you so much for sharing!

Courtney Phillips said...

Secret recipe, huh? ;) Well crud. Sounds yummy!

Natalie Monk said...

Ooh, Connie! I have a cheater's recipe for boiled custard that has pudding mix and condensed milk in it, I think. I've always wanted to try it. Now I'll have to.

Courtney and Amy, I was thinking the same thing. Man, wish that recipe wasn't secret. Haha!

Christy Maurer said...

I really love my cut outs! They are my aunt's recipe and are so fluffy and yummy!

Christy Maurer said...

https://plus.google.com/u/0/+ChristyMaurer419/posts/KjB6AX8wUZ5 shared :)

Natalie Monk said...

Hi, Connie! I love sugar cookies! I've tried and tried to find a recipe that cuts good, but mine gets all soft and sticky. :s Haha! Best wishes in the contest!!!

Melanie Pike said...

Love the sugar cookie recipe I've had for many years--it's one I used to make with my mom when I was a teen. But I can't eat them 'cause I'm gluten-free. Yet my son, DIL and 3yo grandson (who live with us, along with 18mo granddaughter) made them this morning and I practically needed a drool bib... ;-)

Kelly Blackwell @ Heres My Take On It said...

Shared your giveaway on Twitter: https://twitter.com/kellyblackwell/status/543642943509504000 :)

Blessings to you both!