WINNERS posted below, by each title!
What? You’re feeling worn out after all the hoopla on Day 1? Girlfriends, we are JUST GETTING STARTED. Get some coffee! Kick back! Welcome to DAY 2 of our festivities here at Women and Words! We’re so excited to do this and many, many thanks to all the authors and publisher (BSB, that would be you) who donated books to get in on the fun. You’ll notice that we’ve got authors published at a variety of houses (see the publisher next to the book), and also self-published participating in this event, which is wholly at the behest of the merry elves here at Women and Words. Many of the authors offered books from their own stashes to put up for drawings. We approached lots of different people, and as usual, everybody was stoked to get in on the game. So thanks, all, for helping us here at Women and Words spread some holiday luuuuuuv.
Today’s offerings are listed below, in the order they’ll be given away. So the first name we draw will win Jove Belle’s book, the second will win Roselle Graskey’s book, and so on.
To enter today’s drawing, leave a comment on this blog entry. Include your email address at the comment prompt (it won’t be seen publicly). To avoid spam-bots, don’t include your email in the body of your comment. You have until 10 PM EST US (world clock link) to enter. At that point, we’re doing the drawing and we’ll post the winners here, on the Day 2 entry.
Day 1 winners, your names appear next to the books on the Day 1 list. If you haven’t heard from us, check your spam filter. And if you haven’t heard from the author in a reasonable amount of time (after checking your spam filter), please let one of us here at Women and Words know.
Authors, if your book is featured today, please refrain from joining in the drawing because it would be really super weird to win your own book. 😀
There you go. Have fun and good luck!
Jove Belle, winner’s choice, Indelible, Chaps, Split the Aces, Edge of Darkness (Bold Strokes Books) WINNER — MARIE FOOSE
Jove’s most recent novel is this one. Angie Dressen wants the best for her young son, Oliver. So she works full-time as a waitress while trying to finish her degree, one class at a time. She’s got her hands full, and no time for love. Until she meets Luna Rinaldi: wild child, leather-wearing, tattoo artist with a long list of exes. Everything Angie wants to avoid. But Luna’s also got a soft side, and she’s willing and able to extend it to Angie and Oliver. Will Angie let her?
For more information on Jove’s other novels, click HERE.
Roselle Graskey, Life’s Little Edge (PD Publishing) WINNER — ERIN ZIMMER
Callen O’Malley freelances as a gunrunner for a biker gang. She’s got dark secrets and a dark past. Terri Barclay is hanging with the same biker gang, and she’s got some secrets of her own, that could get her or Callen killed. Circumstances collide, chaos ensues, and Terri has to choose between what she wants and what she should do.
Rachel Spangler, LoveLife (Bold Strokes Books) WINNER — JOAN DENMAN
Life coach Elaine Raitt is elegant and educated. Blue-collar boi Joey Lang is too insecure to approach her, but Joey’s best friend Lisa hooks Joey up with a life coach appointment with Elaine. The session leaves them both confused about life, love, and the next step. Will either be able to step outside their own boxes to find a true connection?
Cheyne Curry , Clandestine (Blue Feather Books) WINNER — HARK1030SHA
Ex-CIA operative Tia Ramone is trying to avoid things with the help of a bottle, and it puts her job in danger. Jody Montgomery is an heiress married to a man who isn’t what he appears to be. Eventually, the actions of all three will bring Tia and Jody together in a dangerous and clandestine game.
Kristin Marra, Wind and Bones (Bold Strokes Books) WINNER — SVETLA NOTE: Svetla already owns this book, so we drew a runner-up: LEE FITZSIMMONS
Journalist Jill O’Hara has to return to her hometown in Montana to bury her father and clean up some of his messes. She figures she’ll close the estate and move on. But an ex from her past proves distracting, as does the local attractive sheriff. As if her confusion over women wasn’t bad enough, Jill soon discovers that her father was into things much worse than she thought, and danger looms.
Carsen Taite, Beyond Innocence (Bold Strokes Books) WINNER — TAYLOR
Cory’s been banished from the courtroom after a serious professional misstep. She now volunteers with an organization that works to free the wrongly convicted. She ends up with a case sure to set her up for another major defeat, and she also has a strong attraction for her client’s sister Serena, who knows Cory’s history in the courtroom and is sure her brother — on death row for a crime he says he didn’t commit — is in deep trouble. In spite of that, she’s drawn to Cory. A high stakes case, and high stakes love.
Bold Strokes Books – winner’s choice (PRINT or EBOOK) WINNER — KAREN WALES
ANY book on the BSB list, friends, is yours. Hit the link and start browsing the catalogue!