Celebrating Christmas with a Giveaway Gala

‘Tis the season to celebrate. And what better way to do that than with giveaways!

Christmas Presents

First off, thank you to everyone who participated in my last giveaway. It ended last night, which means it’s time to announce the two lucky winners of the Thomas Locke fantasy novel Emissary.

*drumroll starts*

*audience waits with bated breath*


  • Alison
  • Aden

Congratulations Alison and Aden. I’ll be in touch soon with more information.

For the rest of the sorrowful masses…bummed you didn’t win or had no idea it was even happening? Well then, I have good news of Christmas cheer for you.

It’s time for another giveaway.

It’s Christmastime, so why not finish the year with a bang? And what better way to do that than by giving away free stuff? Seriously, guys, I feel like a hobbit on his birthday.

Ebook Giveaway Details

This time around, the focus is solely on ebooks. Wanna hear the cool part? (Of course you do.)

The winner of this awesome giveaway will be the proud owner of five new ebooks.

But not just any five ebooks. There’s actually a list of over thirty, from which you can chose the five you want. See the list here to get a feel for what the options are. Remember, only the winner gets to choose, but if any of the books catch your attention and you end up not winning, I’m sure the authors wouldn’t mind a purchase or three. 😉

This time around, I’m using the fancy Rafflecopter widget, so you’ll have several ways to earn points and increase your chances of winning.

*hint* Signing up for my newsletter is a very, very good idea. If you already have, just click “Enter” and you’re good to go.

One caveat: since this is the first time I’ve run a giveaway using Rafflecopter, I’m not sure exactly what to expect. If anything goes haywire—you know, if Smaug eats your tweet or some invisibility spell prevents you from seeing the widget correctly—let me know.

The widget should display the rest of the pertinent information—when the giveaway ends, how you can earn points, and so on.

Which means we’ve reached the part of the program where I say, “Let the giveaway begin. And may the odds be ever in your favor.”

Since this is a book giveaway, and we’re near the end of the year, it seems appropriate to ask, “What was your favorite book you read this year?” 

Comment with your answer to earn two points for the giveaway.

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Celebrating Christmas with a Giveaway Gala — 9 Comments

    • Sounds neat. I love epic fantasy. My favorite was Words of Radiance by Brandon Sanderson, which is about as epic and amazing as fantasy can get. 😀

    • Yeah, favorites are hard to choose, especially when it comes to things like books, movies, and music, when there are so many great options.

  1. My favorite book? You like the hard questions! How about this – a new favorite author? I read two books by Jill Williamson this year and they were both out-of-the-park winners. (Replication and By Darkness Hid) I’m not sure if either one of them are my top favorite book of the year – none of the books I read this year leaps ahead of the others, although one or two lag behind. But they were both so enjoyable that I am now a definite fan and am confident that I will enjoy anything with her name on it. (And soon as life settles down and I have more time to read, I fully intend to catch up on the rest of her books!)

    • I guess it’s my cruel streak showing, honed from years of submitting my characters to trial by fire… (just kidding).

      YES! I love Jill Williamson. I’ve only read her fantasy novels, but she’s an amazing author. Blood of Kings is one of my favorite trilogies, and her other books sound really cool as well, I just haven’t had time to read them.

  2. Jill Williamson tops my list as well. Her Safe Lands trilogy is one of the best things I read this year. I really enjoyed the variety of characters, especially how different characters contributed to the story without needing to use violence. Speculative stories can so easily glorify fighting as the only answer, which makes it hard for pacifists or women to have meaningful roles.

    • Jill’s an amazing writer, isn’t she? I have too many other things in the reading queue at the moment, but I’d love to get around to the Safe Lands trilogy one day. They sound pretty cool.

      Thanks for commenting, Alassiel.

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