As part of the lead-up to the release for Blaze of Winter (Theo’s story) on September 10th, I am thrilled to announce that I will be doing a series of giveaways. I have so much great stuff to send out into the world! It all started when I went to RWA (the Romance Writers of America National Conference), and returned home with a huge bag of swag:


 This ginormous “bag of happiness” is filled to bursting with delicious novels, just waiting to be opened and read, and includes books that span a broad range of genres: historical, paranormal, contemporary, series, women’s fiction, fantasy, and more!!


Okay, okay, I’ll calm down.


*Takes deep breath.*


There. I’ve composed myself. Mostly.


Simply because of sheer volume (there were some books I had to remove just to get a good shot of this beast), I’ll be dividing this beautiful monster up into lots of 2-3 books, probably by genre. If you win, you can tell me what kind of books you like best, and I’ll do my best to accommodate you.


I’ve also got some awesome Loveswept goodies – a few paper ARCs from Loveswept authors (*cough* Ruthie Knox *cough*) and some Loveswept gift cards good for free books! Plus, the latest books from Robyn Carr. You won’t want to miss anything over the next month!


Oh, and if you’re really eager to get your hands on Blaze of Winter early, definitely follow me on my official blog tour, where I’ll be giving away a NetGalley preview copy of the book at almost every stop!


Okay, but for today, I need to figure out to whom I should give the first batch of goodies, which will be a lot of 2-3 books from my RWA swag bag. Since I’ve been on a kindergarten kick (my oldest started last week, and you can read the saga of getting him registered here), why don’t you tell me your most interesting kindergarten experience? For those of us who have trouble remembering our own kindergarten experiences, feel free to share an interesting kindergarten experience of a friend or family member.


Rules:


(1) Winner must be a member of my mailing list. Please sign up for my mailing list here.


(2) In the comments section below, tell me your most interesting kindergarten experience / kindergarten experience of a friend or family member.


(3) One random commenter will be selected.


(4) U.S. only, please! (I’ll be shipping paperbacks).


(5) Contest ends 8/31 at midnight, PDT.


Can’t wait to hear your stories!



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Published on August 28, 2012 12:02 • 134 views
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message 1: by Jennifer (new)

Jennifer When I was in kindergarten, my boyfriend Craig told me one day that we should get engaged. I asked what that meant, and he told me that it meant that we would love each other forever. I said that sounded like a really big deal and didn’t know that I was ready to do that (a commitment-phobe at age 5!) but melted when he pulled the ring out of his pocket, still in its plastic bubble from the machine at the grocery store. Thirty years later, I still have this ring in my old jewelry box that’s at my parents’ house.


message 2: by Brian (new)

Brian jen, +1! :)


message 3: by Elisabeth (new)

Elisabeth Barrett This is SO sweet!

Jennifer wrote: "When I was in kindergarten, my boyfriend Craig told me one day that we should get engaged. I asked what that meant, and he told me that it meant that we would love each other forever. I said that..."


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