Friday, November 20, 2015

Thankful for You Blog Hop

This week we're letting everyone know just what we're thankful for. And that includes...YOU! There's a new giveaway at every single stop, so be sure to hop around and visit your favorite blogs and find a few new ones to follow too!

Without you wonderful and amazing readers, there's no point in writing.  You're the ones who make it worthwhile, and you're the ones who encourage me to keep creating.  I love that you enjoy reading my work, and I enjoy creating it for you.  Thank you.

Now let's give away some books!  Leave a comment on this post, along with your email address so I can contact you and which book you want (you can find them in the tabs above), and I will pick three random winners to receive ebook copies and three random winners to win print copies (open to U.S. shipping only).

I moderate my comments, so they won't pop up immediately, but be rest assured that I will get them up.

Thanks for playing!


NLB said...

I am thankful for my wonderful family, and looking forward to Thanksgiving dinner.
Nancy Lee

Judy said...

Thanks for your giveaway!! I can't believe the holidays are on top of us.

Judy (magnolias_1(at)msn(dot)com

Ashley Martinez said...

Thanks for the chance! I can't wait to celebrate Christmas with my daughter

Laura Thomas said...

I'm thankful for your awesome giveaway! I've read some of your books, being a huge zombie lover. Crossing my fingers for those print copies!!!!
Have a lovely Thanksgiving. Let's hope the apocalypse waits another year:)

Pembroke Sinclair said...


Ha! I agree! But if it doesn't let's hope we're all prepared. :)

Kathy Davis said...

I'm thankful for my wonderful and crazy life. :)

Kanoko said...

Oh, my gosh. I covet Life Lessons from Slasher Films. It belongs in my shelf. Just saying. :D

Thank you for the giveaway.

Book Attict said...

Happy Thanksgiving & thanks for the amazing giveaway!

Katherine Riley said...

I am thankful my husband!

would love a copy of Good Intentions

justwin4once at gmail dot com

Carolyn Daley said...

I would love to read The History of My Wishes.