I don’t usually do things like this. In fact, I don’t think I’ve ever participated in a blog hop before.
And I may never do it again. We’ll see.
But I was invited to participate in this one through Facebook (that Facebook is a neat thing, isn’t it?), so I decided to give it a try because this hop is right up my alley.
And it’s right up your alley, too—because ALL THE PRIZES are BOOKS!
This seems like a great way to draw attention to your book, if you’re a published author, and/or get more traffic to your blog if you’re unpublished.
If you want to be a blog that people hop to, go sign up here. If you want to hop around the blogs to enter to win the prizes, just click on the links below and enter to win on each blog.
So, I’m giving away a copy of Stolen Christmas & Other Stories of the Season.
This is the first Christmas collection of short stories gleaned from the contests held here at LDS Publisher.
(Yes, there will be a second collection available for Christmas gift giving in 2012.)
Here’s the blurb:
What happens when you’re so poor you have to steal your Christmas presents? Have you ever taken a punch in the face as your Christmas gift to the girl you love? Or saved Christmas while hunting were-weevils?
These award-winning Christmas stories are the best of the best from the LDS Publisher Christmas Story Contests. From Christmases past, to present, to future; from sweet and inspirational, to zany and delightful—there’s a story for everyone in this eclectic collection.
Contributing authors are: Roger Bonner, Don Carey, Laura Craner, Joyce DiPastena, Sarah M. Eden, L.T. Elliot, Gussie Fick, Melanie Goldmund, M. Gray, Taegyn Hutchinson, Angie Lofthouse, Lori Nawyn, Tristi Pinkston, Brian C. Ricks, Sandra Sorenson, Janice Sperry, and Christine Thackeray.
To be entered to win this book, you need to:
- Follow this blog and/or the LDS Fiction blog.
- Commit to giving at least one book by an LDS author as a Christmas gift this year. (List the title and author in the comments section of this post.)
Deadline to enter: Thursday, December 15, 2011.
US and International entries allowed. If the winner is in the US, you may choose either a print book or an ebook; if international, winner will receive an ebook.