Congratulations Winners!

That was such a FUN blog hop! I hope you all enjoyed meeting the six fabulous authors who generously shared their blog posts and time  and books – I know I did!

And a huge 

to all of you who entered here at WriterMason and followed and shared and tweeted and plus 1’ed !
I appreciate your participation and being here, and I hope you come back for more great authors and their books and giveaways…as well as articles about what’s going on in my head and around the web!

Welcome New Followers and Come Again Soon! 

You want the winners, don’t you! 
And here I thought you were all so enamored with me! LOL! 
Well, here they are: 

 Carol  won Midnight Fear by Leslie Tentler
Don’t read it when you’re alone… or when it’s dark… or if there’s a chess set nearby…

 Gena  won Pleasure Island by Kellie Kamryn
LOL! You should be warm enough this winter now Gena! 

 Toni  won Duty and Desire by Anju Gattani AND the Bonus gold and silk wedding invitation Anju had printed  in India!

 Kimberley  won Worth Waiting For by Delaney Diamond! Enjoy! 

 Jerry  won Linsey Lanier’s Someone Else’s Daughter! Read it with a box of tissues Jerry! 

And Michelle won The Shoppe of Spells by Shanon Grey – a nice read for over the holidays! Bonus stories are on Shanon’s website too! 

Once again… Thank you everybody who entered! I’ll be participating in more of Reading Romances’ blog hops in the future, and I hope you’ll all tell your friends and come back for more! 

Speaking of telling your friends… if you read and enjoy these books, there is nothing an author wants more than to know if you liked it. Amazon, Smashwords, Goodreads, and B&N all provide places to write a review, and it doesn’t have to be a book report – just a line or two about how well you liked it, what especially moved you, or would you recommend it to your friends would be appreciated. Heck… post something on these authors’ Facebook walls or sites if you want to! We love to talk to our readers and find out what you want to read more of, and in this world of digital publishing, we don’t need to go through the publishers, editors, or agents to connect with authors anymore. So go ahead – make an author’s day.
And … if there’s something you didn’t like about the books, just please… be gentle! We do want to know that too so we can improve and write what readers really want to read! 

A Bientot! 


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