Monday, January 8, 2018

Looking Ahead to 2018: My Word + Goals


Last week I shared some of my highlights of 2017. This week, I'm sharing some of my 2018 goals.

I've talked plenty about how the last two years have been difficult for me; between anxiety, depression, and family issues galore, I’ve found it hard to find motivation and even harder to stay focused. That’s why my Word for 2018 is Focus. Unlike most other years, 2018’s Word came to me with complete clarity a few weeks ago. I feel like it encompasses so much more than just the definition of the word itself entails.

I want to focus on the most important things in my life: my family, and the people closest to me. F
ocus on my writing, marketing, and publishing. Focus on my mental and physical health, and living a life of intention and purpose. Focus on my goals and bringing them to fruition. Focus on being present and enjoying life. Focus on the positive. Focus on my inner voice and listen to it when it tells me to fight my fears, push past my doubts, step outside my comfort zone, and also when it tells me to pull back, rest, and recharge.

I have a lot of plans for 2018, and yet I want to be realistic. While my first inclination is to DO ALL THE THINGS, I think that’s been my problem the last few years. I realize early on I can’t do all the things (at least not the way I initially imagine) and then I get overwhelmed and lose motivation, drive, and, yes, focus. I’ve spent a lot of time thinking this over, putting down the ideas swirling through my brain, and I think my goals for 2018 are realistic and manageable.



My 2018 Goals:

*Write Christmas novella

*Write short story to offer as a freebie to my newsletter subscribers

*Revise the romcom I wrote in 2017

*Finish writing book I’ve been calling my ‘secret project’ (a contemporary romance)

*Publish romcom in spring or summer

*Publish Christmas novella in November

*Create new covers for the Angel Island series (I love the original covers, but I feel like it's time for something fresh)

*Work on writing and scheduling regular content for this blog (I’m thinking one post per week, possibly two occasionally)

*Read at least 65 books (check out my GoodReads challenge and books read)

*Continue to grow my community on Bookstagram and Instagram. I can’t lie and say I don’t want to grow my following on both accounts, but making friends and connections is so much more important, and I’m lucky to have made so many amazing friends already.

*Take better care of myself. Eat healthier. Get more exercise. Get outside more. Take more time for self-care.


*Continue to work on being more mindful and present.


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I'm ready for a year of possibilities. Of adventures. Of setting and then smashing goals. Of change. Of laughter and happiness and love and positivity and challenges and hard work and wonderful new memories. I'm ready. Welcome, 2018.

What are some of your goals for 2018? Do you set daily, weekly, or monthly goals? Do you have a Word for 2018? I'd love to hear about your plans for the year ahead!


  


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Wednesday, January 3, 2018

2017: A Year in Review



I just read 2016’s recap and ugh. Emotional. I spent a lot of 2016 in a very dark place; by the end of the year, I was seeing things in a different light after a lot of self-reflection, but it’s still really painful to read. For 2017, I’m doing something different: I’m going to focus on the good parts of the year and do a highlights/best of. 2017 wasn’t all sunshine and roses by any means. A lot of the things I struggled with in 2016 carried into 2017, but I want to focus on the good parts. The things - and the people - who made me happy and made it a memorable year. So here we go!

My Mum and The Littles
Every single day spent with my mum is a day I consider myself truly blessed. She’s not only an amazing mother, she’s the best friend a girl could ask for. We have so much fun living together, and even the most mundane task (like grocery shopping and hauling tons of bags home on the bus - blech) can turn into an adventure.

Then there’s the Littles (my youngest niece and nephew, 4 and 7 respectively). They brought so much joy and laughter to our lives in 2017, as they’ve done since the day they were born. Those two tiny humans are so incredibly intelligent, creative, imaginative, hilarious, and sweet. I cherish every snuggle, every funny/sweet/ridiculously smart thing they say, and every memory we make together. I’m so lucky I get to spent so many days with them drawing and colouring, snuggling, playing games, watching movies, and going on adventures around our neighbourhood.



Writing
In 2016’s recap, I wrote this: “Professionally, 2016 was a joke. All the crap going on in my life took up so much time and energy at the beginning of the year, I basically had to put my career on hold.” I wish I could say I spent 2017 writing my heart out, but there were still quite a few distractions, and my lack of motivation carried through the year. BUT...I did write a Christmas novella at the beginning of the year, which I published in November, and I finished writing the romantic comedy I started writing the year before. That feels like a huge accomplishment, especially considering I felt like such a failure after 2016.

Mistletoe Kiss was the first new book I’d published in two whole years, and the response to it was better than I could have hoped for. I talked about how I was afraid people had forgotten me and I had become irrelevant in the publishing game, but the support I received was overwhelming (in the best way possible). I owe a lot of this to the bookstagram community, and a good chunk of my sales I owe to my childhood best friend, author Athena Wright, who mentioned the book in one of her newsletters, which prompted dozens of people to buy it. (*insert me crying like a baby*) I have a lot of writing plans for 2018, and I sincerely hope I get such an enthusiastic response for those projects as well!


Travel
I didn’t make it too far from home this year, but I did take an amazing trip to Toronto with my friend Krista. We got to explore Cabbagetown (a gorgeous part of Toronto I’d never seen before), and we shopped at the Eaton Centre and Curiosa (the second being somewhere I wanted to go from the moment I heard about it but figured I’d never actually get to go...also, I still have to write about our experience and what we bought there. I mean it's only been, like, two and a half months since we visited *facepalm*). The ultimate highlight of that trip: attending Jacquelyn Middleton’s launch party for her sophomore novel London, Can You Wait? Held at the Wickson Social, Jackie’s party exceeded all my expectations. Amazing food and drink, fun people, and meeting Jackie in personal after a year of being friends online was one of the high points of 2017. Plus it was great to spend two whole days with Krista since we didn’t get to see each other much last year.



Blog Highlights
Some of my most popular posts in 2017:
Writing and Publishing: 
5 Things I’ve Learned in 5 Years of Publishing
6 Mistakes Authors Make and How to Avoid Them
7 Things Every Author Should Have on Their Website 
Instagram for Authors: Everything Authors Need to Know About Using Instagram
Everything Authors Need to Know About Beta Readers
5 Tips for Surviving NaNoWriMo

Book Recommendation Posts:
Books Set in England
Books Set in France
Books Set in Italy
LGBTQ+ Books
Book Recommendations for Romance Lovers

All the Rest 
I spent some super fun days with my friend JaimeKristal while she was home between travels. She arrived back in town in November 2016 after 2 years of living in London, and left again in August 2017, this time for 2 years in Ireland. In the months we had together, we went to a Harry Potter event at Chapters, saw a local production of Pride and Prejudice, had a fancy tea party, watched the Canada Day fireworks by the bay, and spent hours chatting, watching movies, and shopping (mostly for books and Funko Pops, naturally). I enjoyed my time with her so much and was sad to see her go, especially since I’d initially hoped to go with her. It puts a lump in my throat just thinking about it, so I won’t get into it again, but I talked all about it in a post called Pity Party: Table of One. This wasn’t an easy post to write, but the response I got to it made me feel so much better, and the embarrassment and shame I felt over potentially coming across as a whiner was completely washed away by the support I got.

☆I saw my college best friend Missy for the first time in almost ten years. We spent the day with our mums and her three kids at the park. It was an unexpectedly emotional experience seeing her again after so long, and we unpacked a lot of baggage and reminisced about our college days, plus caught up on a lot of current news.

☆I read a lot of great books in 2017. Added several new favourite books to my shelves, and discovered new authors. I hit my GoodReads goal of 85 books read in 2017 (completed this goal 2 hours before midnight on the 31st!). If you’re looking for some recommendations to kick off 2018, I shared my 17 favourite books of 2017 as my last post of the year.

Bookstagram continued to be a great source of pleasure for me. I’ve made so many friends in that community, and I love that I get to share my passion for books there, and that I can be my nerdy self. It’s also been an absolute joy to continue being a rep for NerdyGrlDesigns (who’s in the process of moving from an Etsy shop to a standalone webite, which is why I linked her Instagram rather than the shop; you can keep an eye out there for updates) and seeing Melisa branch out and turn her business into a thriving one, plus she created a Society6 shop with her designs. I also co-hosted my first ever photo challenge in December with my wonderful friend Caryn, which exceeded all my hopes and expectations. We had so much fun, we’re hosting another challenge for January. I also had a lot of fun with my personal/author/blog Instagram in 2017. I posted there more consistently and created more of a focus for my feed. I did most of this with the help of Helene Sula’s blog, Instagram, and her course Instagram for Success. Her tips and advice helped me more than double my following on my personal account, and I’m continuing to grow and learn and improve slowly but surely, as well as apply those things to my bookstagram account. Let me just say, one thing that was a massive game changer for me: Lightroom.


I changed the direction of this blog from a book blog to a more general blog...but still with an emphasis on books! I know some people say having a niche is important and there are all these things you ‘should and shouldn’t do’ on your blog, but you know what? Screw that. I want to talk about what I want to talk about. I want to help other writers (especially those who choose to self-publish like me), I want to gush about books, I want to talk about travel and photography and life, so that’s exactly what I’m going to do. I basically just want to be my nerdy, quirky self, and hope I find other nerdy, quirky people who will appreciate what I have to say.
So, that’s my 2017 in a nutshell - the good parts, at least. It was a year of ups and downs, as most years are, but it was certainly better than 2016! I have a lot planned for 2018, which I’ll talk about in an upcoming post. Watch for that soon!

What were some of the highlights for you in 2017? Did you travel? Read some great books? Start a new hobby? Have great things happen in your personal life? I’d love to know! Tell me in the comments below, and if you posted a yearly recap, feel free to leave a link so I can check it out. Wishing you a wonderful 2018 full of laughter, light, hope, and love.



Previous Yearly Recaps:

2016: A Year in Review
Looking Back on 2015
Reflecting on 2014 and Looking at the Year Ahead 
2012: A Year in Review
2010: A Year in Review

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Sunday, December 31, 2017

17 of my Favourite Books of 2017

I read a lot of fantastic books in 2017. I met a lot of my goals like adding some non-fiction into the mix, reading more books by Canadian authors, and reading more diverse books. I’d hoped to branch out a bit more from contemporary and read several paranormal, fantasy, science-fiction, and historical novels, but I only read a handful of all those combined. What can I say, I’m a contemporary junkie! Here are 17 of my favourite books I read this year. Be sure to leave a comment at the end and let me know what your favourites were!


Young Adult & Middle Grade

The Upside of Unrequited by Becky Albertalli
I absolutely loved Albertalli’s debut Simon vs the Homo Sapiens Agenda (can’t wait for the movie in a few months!) and I loved The Upside of Unrequited just as much, if not more. As a fellow fat girl with anxiety, and someone who’s had more than her fair share of unrequited crushes (even as an adult) I saw so much of myself in Molly, and her story touched me deeply.
My review || Buy on Amazon || GoodReads

Ramona Blue by Julie Murphy
Featuring a complex and diverse cast of characters, plus strong emphasis on family relationships, self-discovery, and love in its many forms, Ramona Blue encompassed all my favourite aspects of YA. It was poignant and well written, and the portrayal of sexuality and identity was wonderfully nuanced and realistic. Plus the FEELS. So. Many. Feels.
My review || Buy on Amazon || GoodReads

Eliza and Her Monsters by Francesca Zappia
MY HEART. This book was an interesting mixture of fun, nerdy, fanfic stuff and gut-wrenching portrayals of anxiety and depression and how it can be all-consuming. Some of it was painful to read, but it was woven into such sweet, lovely, touching, and romantic parts that it all came together to make a poignant and unforgettable read.
Buy on Amazon || GoodReads

The Girl With the Red Balloon by Katherine Locke
This is another book that completely tugged at my heartstrings. The main character Ellie time travels back to East Berlin during the Cold War, a year before the Berlin Wall falls. Rich in historical detail and full of wonderful characters (and also wonderfully diverse: Ellie is Jewish, the love interest Kai is Romani, and their friend/roommate/partner-in-crime Mitzi is queer), this is a book I think about on an almost daily basis, even three months after reading it.  
My review || Buy on Amazon || GoodReads

The Ends of the World by Maggie Hall
This was the perfect ending to an incredible trilogy. I’ve seen this series being called a ‘Da Vinci Code-style thriller for teens’, and I’d say that’s accurate. Think secret societies and centuries-old mysteries. It’s a thrilling whirlwind adventure through Europe with complex characters, plus there’s a totally swoonworthy romance. Now that the whole trilogy is out, if you haven’t read it yet I’d highly picking up the whole set (The Conspiracy of Us and Map of Fates are books 1 and 2 respectively).
Buy on Amazon || GoodReads

The Only Thing Worse Than Me is You by Lily Anderson
This book made my nerdy little heart so happy. This hilarious, adorable story was full of fandom references, a bunch of ultra-smart kids, and did I mention it’s a modern-day retelling of Shakespeare’s Much Ado About Nothing? Well, it is, and it’s everything I could have asked for and then some.
Buy on Amazon || GoodReads

The Crowns of Croswald by DE Night
If you’ve been pining for something similar to Harry Potter, you need this book. I think it’s being marketed as Middle Grade and while the characters seem young (not in a bad way) they’re in their mid-teens, so it could be read as MG or YA. Great world-building and characters, and while elements of it reminded me of Harry Potter, it was its own wonderfully unique, magical story. I can’t wait to see where this series goes.
My review || Buy on Amazon || GoodReads

Star-Crossed by Barbara Dee
This is an LGBTQ+ Middle Grade retelling of Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet. Need I say more? It was such a sweet, touching portrayal of a young girl discovering her sexuality and that’s it’s okay to like boys and girls.
My review || Buy on Amazon || GoodReads



New Adult & Adult

On Broken Wings by Chanel Cleeton
On Broken Wings, the final book in the Wild Aces trilogy (Fly With Me and Into the Blue are books 1 and 2 respectively)  cemented this series as one of my favourites. It’s an emotional rollercoaster, but it’s also funny and sexy as hell. I never knew anything about fighter pilots before this series, and I loved learning more about what life is like, not only for them but also for their families. Such a beautiful series.
My review || Buy on Amazon || GoodReads

The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo by Taylor Jenkins Reid
I’ve been a fan of Taylor Jenkins Reid’s books since her debut, Forever, Interrupted. You never quite know what to expect from one of Reid’s books, and The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo was no different. This book absolutely blew me away. There were so many twists and turns, and one big thing in particular was so wonderfully unexpected. This book has received a ton of hype this year, and it's all justified.

My review || Buy on Amazon || GoodReads

A Brit Complicated by Brenda St John Brown
I loved every book in the Castle series, but I think A Brit Complicated was my favourite. Each book in the series can be read as a standalone, but I highly recommend reading all three (A Brit on the Side and A Brit Unexpected are books 1 and 2 respectively). They’re hilarious and sexy and the characters are wonderful. Besides loving Scarlett and Bradley, part of what makes A Brit Complicated my favourite of the three is the fact parts of it felt like a love letter to London, one of my favourite cities. St John Brown did a fantastic job of weaving together interesting bits of Scarlett’s job with the things that make London so special, plus this was one of the hottest and most well-written boss/employee romances I’ve ever read. 
My review || Buy on Amazon || GoodReads

London, Can You Wait? by Jacquelyn Middleton
This is the sequel to another of my favourite books, London Belongs to Me. The main character, Alex, struggled a lot in the first book, both with outside and inside forces (she has anxiety and panic attacks), and she continues to learn and grow in the second book. It’s an emotional ride - one that had me laughing one minute, crying the next, and raging the next, but that’s part of why it’s a favourite: it made me FEEL so much. I also love that Alex is a totally unapologetic nerd like me, and her friends are amazing, plus I just love Mark Keegan, Alex's hot Irish boyfriend. 
My review || Buy on Amazon || GoodReads

The Chateau of Happily Ever Afters by Jaimie Admans
I’ve been a fan of Jaimie Admans since her 2012 debut, Kismetology. She has this magical way with words that always has me laughing, but also swooning and getting emotionally invested in the characters and their stories. The Chateau of Happily Ever Afters was hilarious, unique, and memorable.
My review || Buy on Amazon || GoodReads

Act Like It by Lucy Parker
What initially drew me to this book was the fact it’s set in London. That’s it. I didn’t know anything else about it, but for some reason I was expecting it to be a drama. While it had its share of conflict and angst, it was also laugh out loud funny. I loved it so much, I started recommending it to friends before I’d even finished reading it. I loved the slow burn romance, and the characters were fantastic.
Buy on Amazon || GoodReads

Let it Shine by Alyssa Cole
Set during the Civil Rights Movement, Let it Shine is a romance between a young Black woman and a Jewish man. Alyssa Cole did a fantastic job of balancing the history and politics of the 1960s Civil Rights Movement with coming-of-age aspects and a believable romance. I have Cole’s An Extraordinary Union and A Hope Divided (both set during the Civil War) in my reading queue for early 2018, and I can’t wait to read them.
My review || Buy on Amazon || GoodReads

Promises to Keep by Genevieve Graham
Graham writes fantastic Canadian historical fiction. I thoroughly enjoyed her 2016 release, Tides of Honour, which was partially about the Halifax Explosion of 1917, and I loved Promises to Keep, which was set during the Acadian Rebellion of the mid 1700s. I had a personal connection to the story because my dad’s side of the family is Acadian, so it was fascinating and also heartbreaking to read about a part of history that my own ancestors were involved in.
My review || Buy on Amazon || GoodReads

Talking as Fast as I Can by Lauren Graham
Like so many other people, I’ve loved Lauren Graham since the very beginning of Gilmore Girls. Because of her unforgettable portrayal of Lorelai Gilmore, and because I really enjoyed her 2013 fiction debut Someday, Someday, Maybe, I was excited to read Talking as Fast as I Can. From the first page, I was able to hear Graham's voice in my head, and I felt like she was telling me all these crazy, fun stories about her life and how she made it to Hollywood, struggled, and finally became a success. There were some wonderfully poignant parts too; some of the things she said about being single and then about being older when she found love really hit home for me (so much so that I actually cried a few times). This book was hilarious and charming, and I will definitely read anything else Graham writes.
Buy on Amazon || GoodReads

London Belongs to Us by Sarra Manning ~ A fun, funny romp through London.
Worth the Wait by AJ Pine ~ The last book in the Kingston Ale House series of standalones (The One That Got Away, Six Month Rule, Three Simple Words). Funny and sexy, and it was fantastic seeing all the characters I’ve come to love back together again.
Mister Hockey by Lia Riley ~ Hilarious and sexy, plus a nerdy plus-sized heroine!
Ten Days With the Highlander by Hayson Manning ~ Sexy AF, funny, and just all around adorable.


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Do you see any of your favourites on this list? What were the best books you read in 2017? Which books are you most excited to read in 2018?


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Thursday, November 30, 2017

Bookstagram Challenge: #iamsweetDecember

Calling all bookstagrammers!

My friend Caryn and I are hosting our very first bookstgram challenge in December! We know people are busy in December, so we made the majority of the prompts 2-day prompts. You can use the prompt on either or both days, pick and choose which prompts you'd like to do, or join us for the whole month - whatever works for you! Caryn and I will be doing shout-outs every week with our favourite pictures from the hashtag.

We hope you'll join us next month for #iamsweetDecember!


December 1 ~ “He’s making a list and checking it twice” – December TBR
December 2-3 ~ “The best way to spread Christmas cheer is singing loud for all to hear” – Favourite Musical Character
December 4-5 ~ “Candles in the window, shadows painting the ceiling” – Bookish Candles
December 6-7 ~ “We’re a couple of misfits” – Favourite Sidekick Character
December 8-9 ~ “I’m dreaming of a white Christmas” – Book with Snow on the Cover
December 10-11 ~ “I want a hippopotamus for Christmas” – Favourite First-Person Narrative
December 12-13 ~ “Happy Hanukkah!” – Diverse Books
December 14-15 ~ “All I want for Christmas is you” – Favourite OTP
December 16-17 ~ “Happy Birthday Marie!” – Favourite Fandom
December 18-19 ~ “Visions of sugar plums danced in their heads” – Favourite Sugar Plum Character (Sweet Character)
December 20-21 ~ “Winter is here” – Story set in winter
December 22-23 ~ “It’s the most wonderful time of the year” – Favourite Holiday Book
December 24-25 ~ “Have yourself a Merry little Christmas” – Favourite Christmas Scene in a Book
December 26-27 ~ “You’re a mean one, Mr. Grinch” – Favourite Villain
December 28-29 ~ “These are a few of my favourite things” – Favourite Character and Favourite Chapter in your Favourite Book
December 30 ~ “I just like to smile. Smiling’s my favourite.” – Favourite Read of the Year
December 31 ~ “Auld Lang Syne” – December Wrap-up

Good luck everyone!





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Tuesday, November 28, 2017

Sunrise Author Service's Sweet & Steamy Giveaway

Welcome to the Sweet & Steamy Giveaway, hosted by Sunrise Author Services!

I'm so pleased to be sharing this amazing giveaway hosted by the company I co-own, Sunrise Author Services. The grand prize for the giveaway is a $100 Gift Card to Amazon or B&N (winner's choice) AND a bunch of e-copies of books written by the authors in the giveaway!

Here are all the amazing authors participating in this giveaway:
| Alexa Padgett | Alicia Kobishop | Brenda St John Brown | | Charlize Starr | Cheryl Phipps | Chiquita Dennie | | J. Saman | J.J. Bella | Jessica Sankiewicz | Julia Imari | | Juno Chase | Kinsey Corwin | Lilly Avalon | | Marie Landry | Mercedes Siler | PJ Fiala | R.M. Gauthier | | Robin Laine | Sherri Hayes | Simone Leigh | | Suzanne Jenkins | Tamara Ferguson | Taylor Marsh |

Be sure to follow them on their social media pages:
Alexa Padgett ~ Twitter | Facebook 
Alicia Kobishop ~ Twitter | Facebook
Brenda St John Brown ~ Twitter | Facebook 
Charlize Starr ~ Twitter | Facebook 
Cheryl Phipps ~ Twitter | Facebook
Chiquita Dennie ~ Twitter | Facebook 
J. Saman ~ Twitter | Facebook 
J.J. Bella ~ Twitter | Facebook
Jessica Sankiewicz ~ Twitter | Facebook
Julia Imari ~ Twitter | Facebook
Juno Chase ~ Twitter | Facebook
Kinsey Corwin ~ Twitter | Facebook
Lilly Avalon ~ Twitter | Facebook
Marie Landry ~ Twitter | Facebook
PJ Fiala ~ Twitter | Facebook 
Mercedes Siler ~ Twitter | Facebook
R.M. Gauthier ~ Twitter | Facebook
Robin Laine ~ Twitter | Facebook
Sherri Hayes ~ Twitter | Facebook
Simone Leigh ~ Twitter | Facebook
Suzanne Jenkins ~ Twitter | Facebook
Tamara Ferguson ~ Twitter | Facebook
Taylor Marsh ~ Twitter | Facebook

What books could you possibly win?
  1. A Brit on the Side by Brenda St. John Brown
  2. Antonio and Sabrina Struck In Love by Chiquita Dennie
  3. Behind Closed Doors by Sherri Hayes
  4. Below the Beltway by Taylor Marsh
  5. Beltway Betrayers by Taylor Marsh
  6. Between Breaths by Alexa Padgett
  7. Bittersweets Brenda and Larry by Suzanne Jenkins
  8. Bittersweets Terry and Alex by Suzanne Jenkins
  9. Christmas Miracle in July by R.M.Gauthier
  10. Christmas Miracle on Valentine's Day by R.M.Gauthier
  11. Christmas Miracle on Easter by R.M.Gauthier
  12. Daddy's Bossy Friend by Charlize Starr
  13. Mastering the Virgin: Friends (Book One) by Simone Leigh
  14. Mastering the Virgin: Partners (Book Two) by Simone Leigh
  15. New to the Game (D.C. Knights Book 1) by Juno Chase
  16. Not Until Tonight by Jessica Sankiewicz
  17. Reluctant Billionaire by Cheryl Phipps
  18. Resist by Lilly Avalon
  19. RUSE: A Billionaire Single Dad Romance by J.J. Bella
  20. Securing Kiera's Love by PJ Fiala
  21. Something in the Air by Marie Landry
  22. Start Again by J. Saman
  23. The Fine Line by Alicia Kobishop
  24. The Girl in the Front of The Room by Mercedes Siler 
  25. The Most Wonderful Time of the Year by Marie Landry
  26. Their Secret Desire by Julia Imari
  27. Two Hearts' Christmas Wish by Tamara Ferguson
  28. Unexpected by Lilly Avalon
  29. Unwell by Robin Laine
  30. What if We Break by Kinsey Corwin
$100 ~AND~ ALL THOSE BOOKS??? WHAT A GIVEAWAY!
How can you win? It's easy! Enter your email into the first Rafflecopter entry to subscribe to all the author newsletters. After that, you can gain MORE entries by following the authors on Twitter and visiting their fan pages on Facebook. Super easy, right??


Terms and Conditions: Open internationally. Must be 16 years of age or older to enter. Giveaway begins on November 28th, 2017 and ends at midnight EST on December 5th. Winner will be selected within a few days after the giveaway ends and notified via email. This giveaway is sponsored by 23 authors and hosted by Sunrise Author Services. All entrants will be added to all 23 author's newsletters as per the agreement with your mandatory entry. The gift card will be provided by SAS and the ebooks will be provided by each author once the winner is selected. Thank you.
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Good luck everyone!





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