Win a Christmas Fun Giveaway from Kathy Ide

Hey peeps.

So, I’m hoping by now y’all know I’m also working behind the scenes social media for Kathy Ide. I was blessed to meet her at the Orange County Christian Writers Conference in April.

Well, one of the first tasks I get to do is help promote her newest book giveaway.

21 Days of Christmas

21 Days of Christmas

The Fiction Lover’s Devotional Series is a great collection of 21 short, easy to read, thought-provoking stories and the newest edition is ready just in time for Christmas.

All you need to do is click on over to FictionDevo.com and click on the contest tab [or just click here] and enter via the Rafflecopter options.

It really is that easy.

Good luck, and let the Christmas season begin!

And Frankly, My Dear . . . that’s all she wrote!

RAFFLECOPTER: Aaron D. Gansky’s First Lines Friday

Aaron and I had our monthly business meeting the other day, and as one idea led to another, he ended up with a great new feature on his blog.

First Lines Friday asks, “What was the best first line you wrote this week?” You’ll have all weekend to contribute. Each Monday, Aaron, myself and a guest judge will select a finalist, and at the end of each month, popular vote will select the winner from those finalists.

Each monthly winner will receive a $15 gift card to their choice of Target, Starbucks, or Amazon.

Sounds like fun, yah? But wait. It gets better.

At the end of the year, popular vote will select the grand prize winner from the twelve monthly winners.

What’s the grand prize? I’m so glad you asked. How does a $50 gift card sound? Again, the winner can choose from Amazon, Starbucks, or Target.

That’s right. Just for writing one amazing sentence, you could win a total of $65 in prizes from Aaron D. Gansky. Not bad.

Starting this Friday, June 5, you can be a part of First Lines Friday on his blog.

And starting now, you can help spread the word and be entered to win an autographed copy of his book, Firsts in Fiction: First Line Hooks, Hints & Help.

Firsts in Fiction: First Line Hooks, Hints & Help

Firsts in Fiction: First Line Hooks, Hints & Help

Of course, if you don’t want to wait, you can click on the photo link above and order your own.

But if you want to have some fun and maybe win an autographed copy, follow the entry instructions on the Rafflecopter link below. And don’t forget to enter Aaron’s First Lines Friday every Friday!

And Frankly, My Dear . . . that’s all she wrote!

a Rafflecopter giveaway