It’s that time again! I’ve joined up with twenty-one other historical romance authors to sponsor a wonderful summer giveaway. Kathryn Le Veque, Brenna Ash, Terri Brisbin, Jennifer Ashley, Alanna Lucas, Christie Caldwell, Lori Ann Bailey, Glynnis Campbell, Heather McCollum, Hildie McQueen, Eliza Knight, Merry Farmer, Tanya Anne Crosby, Emma Prince, Lauren Royal, Katherine Bone, Cecilia Mecca, Julie Johnstone, Cathy MacRae, Scarlett Scott, Darcy Burke and I (phew! That’s a list!) are offering you a chance to win a Lenovo laptop, or one of four Amazon gift cards.
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March has arrived and so has a fantastic giveaway. It’s all things Celtic this month and some of my author friends and I have banded together to bring you the Ultimate Celtic giveaway! Entering is EASY! Simply click on the link below and ‘follow’ authors on the platform of their choice. That ‘follow’ enters you for a chance to win!
Grand Prize is a silver “Irish Amber” necklace! There will be TWO runner-ups, each winning a $25 Amazon Gift Card, so enter today! Giveaway ends March 18th!
Cecelia Mecca has put together a fun giveaway on Facebook, featuring five new historical romance series.
𝗛𝗢𝗧 𝗛𝗜𝗦𝗧𝗥𝗢𝗠 𝗥𝗘𝗟𝗘𝗔𝗦𝗘 𝗪𝗘𝗘𝗞 𝗚𝗜𝗩𝗘𝗔𝗪𝗔𝗬
Enter to win five series starters paperbacks from historical romance authors all releasing this week. One winner will receive five signed paperbacks, the first book in each participating author’s series.
This giveaway is set up in Facebook Messenger – clicking the link below will take you to Cecelia’s FB Messenger. (Yes, you need a FB account.) Once there, click on the link Get Started to begin an automated sequence of messages. Cecelia has made an art of this and it’s pretty neat!
If you’re not on Facebook and still would like a chance to win a print copy of The Wolf & the Witch, there was a contest for one in my Knights & Rogues newsletter that went out last week. Maybe check your email, if you missed it. 🙂
In my most recent newsletter, I asked if you preferred linked titles or standalone romances. I had a lot of answers, and am really not surprised that most of you prefer linked stories. It makes sense that you get more invested in the characters and their world when there are more books set in that world. I was intrigued that so many of you dislike serialized stories, but then, that’s not such a thing in historical romance.