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Fall Into Books $250 Giveaway

Fall into Books Giveaway


Fall Into Books $250 Giveaway

September 23rd to October 15th

An awesome group of bloggers and authors has joined with me to bring you one fabulous prize!!


I love books. It’s not just the teacher in me. I’ve been a book geek since I was old enough to read. They got me through the chicken pox, groundings, family vacations, and long babysitting nights after the kids went to bed. In honor of my love affair with books, I am giving away a signed copy of Dante’s Gift. It has now won the Golden Quill, Reader’s Choice Heart of Excellence Award and a finalist in three other contest (yet to be decided!) All you have to do is tell me why you love books! For me, it’s the escape. I want to laugh, cry, and forget about my own life for awhile. It si also why I write books. I strive for humor and that special moment that takes you breath away. I need this in every romance.


Kathleen James has put her practical side away for once and looks forward to the perfect romantic evening: an intimate dinner with the man of her dreams—and an engagement ring. She is not prepared to hear that he wants to bring his grandmother back from Italy to live with him.
Dominic Lawrence has planned this marriage proposal for six months. Nothing can go wrong—until his Nonna calls. Now he must interrupt the tenderest night of Katie’s life with the news that another woman will be under their roof.

When Antonia’s sister dies, she finds herself longing to be back in the states. An Italian wartime bride from the ‘40s, she knows how precious love can be. Can her own story of an American soldier and a very special collie once again bring two hearts together at Christmas?

If you don’t want to wait, that’s okay. Click here for a digital copy!

A $250 Amazon Gift Code or you can choose to receive $250 in Paypal Cash.

Sponsor List

I Am A Reader
Simple Wyrdings
MK McClintock
Heather Gray
Niki Danforth, Author
Aubrey Wynne: Vintage Romance for Today
Lori’s Reading Corner
Paperback Parlor
Here We Go Again…Ready?
Glistering: B’s Blog
Krysten Lindsay Hager author
Fat Free Faith
Talia Jager
Laurie Here – Cont Fiction and More
Helen Smith
Author Erin Richards
Dorine White
Confessions of a Frugal Mind
B. Kristin McMichael
Barefoot by the Sea
Inger Iversen
Jo Noelle
The Page Unbound
Charissa Stastny
Katie’s Clean Book Collection
Every Free Chance Books
Author Crystal Marcos
Raquel @ The Babbling Reader

Giveaway Details

$250 in Paypal Cash or a $250 eGift Card

Ends 10/15/16

Open only to those who can legally enter, receive and use money sent via Paypal or gift codes via Winning Entry will be verified prior to prize being awarded. No purchase necessary. You must be 18 or older to enter or have your parent enter for you. The winner will be chosen by rafflecopter and announced here as well as emailed and will have 48 hours to respond or a new winner will be chosen. This giveaway is in no way associated with Facebook, Twitter, Rafflecopter or any other entity unless otherwise specified. The number of eligible entries received determines the odds of winning. Giveaway was organized by Kathy from I Am A Reader and sponsored by the authors, bloggers and publishers on the sponsor list. VOID WHERE PROHIBITED BY LAW.

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This Post Has 11 Comments
  1. I became hooked on reading in elementary school, because my mom worked the early morning shift and my dad worked nights; so after mom left for work I had to be quiet until school started. As German immigrants we did not have a TV, so I read the entire series of Boxcar Children in fifth grade. Since dad worked six days a week, Sunday afternoons my parents napped, so in high school I read Christian romances. I became a speed reader because I wanted to finish a book before the evening service. During college since my major was German and my minor was English, most of my reading was required – two novels a week. As a young mom, I read to escape. As a teacher and pastor’s wife (led youth ministry and ladies group) most reading was job related. Now being retired and with ebooks, I read new authors and genre. So much more material available. Also fun to interact with authors, receive advanced or preview copies, and write reviews. I enjoy inspirational and historical romances and cozy mysteries. I also belong to a Book Club for Foodies. Reading is my passion. My 3 year old granddaughter also loves to read. She has story time for her dollies and stuffed animals and the family dogs.

  2. From the time I could walk, I made people read to me. Usually the Night Before Christmas. Every person that visited our house (or my grandparents) had to read me this book. No page or line skipping permitted, or I reprimanded them. They also had to bring me a roll of pennies, which they gave me one penny at a time to go back and forth to my bank. When I got to Kindergarten, because I could already read, the teacher decided to torture me by showing me a picture and I had to concoct a dreadful paragraph or two about said item. This took up my recess, and I despised it. I am horribly unimaginative.
    By fourth grade, I was writing book reports that rivaled the book blurbs. I also made it my mission to read my way through the library. I didn’t get to complete that mission, though, because the school got remodeled, and the new library was arranged differently, screwing up my plan. It didn’t stop me from reading.
    In sixth grade, I read a parody of a poem and thought it would be brilliant for my advanced English class to have an assignment to write our own parodies of the Night Before Christmas. My classmates hated me for that one.
    In college, I accidentally minored in literature because I liked the classes and kept taking them as my electives.

  3. I have always loved reading books as they can broaden your mind. When I was younger I had every Hardy Boys and Nancy Drew book but, my mom got rid of them saying I wouldn’t need them anymore and after I became an adult I have been able to replace a lot of them, I even managed to get a 1st printing of the very 1st Hardy Boys book “The Tower Treasure’ copyright 1927 on eBay for $5.00 and it arrived in a heavy plastic bag taped shut and it has been in that bag since I got it. The pages a very brittle and I didn’t want to take the chance of the pages tearing or falling out so I bought another copy of the book just to read. The one I have is now going for $475.00 on eBay and I have no intention of selling mine.

  4. Reading helps me not be as depressed and helps me think about something besides all the negative in my life. I love during homework time with my grandchildren when we sit together while I read to them the books they pick out. My oldest will also read to all of us. Part of their reading homework is drawing a picture or writing about one of the books we read. It’s really great to see what they come up with. I love our reading time.

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Bestselling and award-winning author Aubrey Wynne resides in the Midwest with her husband, dogs, horses, mule and barn cats. She is an elementary teacher by trade, champion of children and animals by conscience, and author by night. Obsessions include history, travel, trail riding and all things Christmas.
Her short stories Merry Christmas, Henry and Pete’s Mighty Purty Privies won the Preditors & Editors Reader’s Choice in 2013 and 2014. Dante’s Gift, a holiday novella received the 2016 Golden Quill award and was a 2016 Maggie finalist.
Her upcoming series “A Vintage Romance” was inspired by tales of her stepfather, who served for the British Air Force in WWII. Wynne’s medieval fantasy series “Medieval Encounters” will launch in 2017 with Rolf’s Quest.

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