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Happy Holiday Contest!

‘Tis the season to give things away, so I’m having a contest this week.

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I’m giving away three prizes today, one each to three different winners. The prizes are PDF copies of, in no particular order, my heterosexual paranormal Christmas novella The Alpha’s Bride, which is related to my Real Werewolves Don’t Eat Meat series; my male/male paranormal Christmas novella Tofurkey and Yams, which is part of my Real Werewolves series; and my new Christmas release Christmas Consummation, which is a heterosexual contemporary novella.

I’ll draw the winners at random (I use the online Fruits Machine site) on Thursday, December 18 at noon Eastern time. To enter, comment below telling me what you would do for the holidays if you had ten thousand dollars to spend.

 

Random Contest!

I’ve decided that today, I shall have a contest. Just for fun.

Earlier today, I posted about a communication issue my husband and I had last week. In my opinion, communication is vital for any kind of relationship to work, whether it’s a romantic relationship, a friendship, or a family relationship. This is relevant to the contest…

First, some disclaimer-type stuff:

Contest will run from now until noon on Friday, October 24. One winner will be drawn at random from all comments; winner’s name will be posted in the comments, and I will notify the winner by email. (You don’t need to post your email. It shows up on my dashboard but is not visible to anyone else.)

The prize offered is a PDF copy of any of my in-print backlist books. In other words, any of the books listed on my Bookshelf page. Please be aware that PDF is a digital file format, readable with Adobe Reader or on a Kindle. By entering the contest, you indicate your understanding that you will receive a PDF file, not any other format. There will be no substitution.

And now the actual contest:

Respond to this post telling me whether you’ve had a communication issue with someone in your life and whether you were able to sort it out. You don’t have to give details; “yes” or “no” answers are fine.