Tag Archives: giveaway

Happy Holidays Blog Hop

Welcome to the Happy Holidays Blog Hop!! Take a look around! Check out the short Christmas story I’m working on at Tuesday Tales. I also have a Christmas novella out this year called Seeing You Again. After twenty-five years with Sam, their lives revolving in circles that barely touched let alone overlapped, was it time […]

Fremont Art Hop Giveaway!

I’ll be hanging out with W.S. Gager, J.Q. Rose, and Tess Grant from 4 pm to 8 pm at the Fremont Harvest Art Hop. Come see us and the 30+ other artists showing their work. I’m also doing a special giveaway for the Art Hop. Win a $5 Amazon gift card by entering. Visit my […]

February Kindle Fire Giveaway!

Scroll down for book giveaway information. Win a Kindle Fire HDX, Amazon Gift Card or Paypal Cash ($229 value) This is a joint AUTHOR & BLOGGER GIVEAWAY EVENT! Bloggers & Authors have joined together and each chipped in a little money towards a Kindle Fire HDX 7″ (or $229 Amazon Gift Card or $229 in […]

Climbing Heartbreak Hill – #Giveaway

Don’t miss a chance to win one of two signed copies of Climbing Heartbreak Hill. Head over to Goodreads!

Astraea Press Gives Back Giveaway!

From the Astraea Press blog: We know how tight money can be, especially around the holidays. That’s why, we want to give back. You guys have been so good to us throughout the year: buying our books, leaving reviews, being our friends on facebook, liking us on twitter, etc. We just want to do a […]

1000 Follower Giveaway!! and Climbing Heartbreak Hill Blog Tour – Catherine Bennett

I’m so excited to have reached a THOUSAND followers on Twitter this week. I never thought there would be that many people who would want to put up with repeated tweets about the horrors of potty training. To thank all my wonderful followers, I’m giving away a $25 gift certificate to Amazon.com. Leave a comment […]

Gratitude Giveaways Blog Hop (Nov. 15th to 25th)

  Thank you for stopping by for the Gratitude Giveaways Hop. Hope you are having a wonder start to the holiday season. My children are eagerly anticipating the snow as well as the opportunity to wear their snowpants and boots. My enthusiasm for wrangling them into their winter¬†paraphernalia is much less. Last year, our snowman […]