Kindle Fire HD Giveaway

October 6, 2012 § 22 Comments

Kindle Fire HD Giveaway Event!

Here’s your chance to WIN one of the NEW Kindle Fire HD Tablets!

This awesome giveaway event is sponsored by BookSnagr, a website for book lovers that connects you with free, discounted and recommended eBooks! Check out their Top Free Kindle Books page for a whole list of freebies you can find at Amazon! Follow their blog, Facebook and Twitter pages for deal alerts, updates and giveaways, and be sure to subscribe to their newsletter for exclusive info on newly released free, discounted and recommended eBooks!

One winner will receive a Kindle Fire HD 16 GB Tablet "The world’s most advanced 7" tablet!" (Prize will be delivered via an Amazon.com gift card valued at $199.00)

Giveaway ends October 13, 2012 at 11:59 PM EST.

This giveaway is open to USA only.

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Scott Nicholson’s The Home for Halloween Kindle Fire Giveaway!

October 2, 2012 § 6 Comments

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Scott Nicholson does spooky like no one else I know, so what better way to kick off the month of Halloween than with his novel-The Home and an awesome giveaway!

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Enter the Rafflecopter to win your choice of a Kindle Fire, Nook HD, or Kobo Glo, as well as signed books and audiobooks in the Home for Halloween giveaway from author Scott Nicholson.

The giveaway celebrates the launch of paranormal thriller The Home. Experiments at a group home for troubled children lead to paranormal activity—and the ghosts are from the home’s dark past as an insane asylum. In development as a feature, it’s available in ebook at Amazon US, Amazon UK, BN.com, Kobo, and Smashwords.

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EXCERPT: THE HOME

By Scott Nicholson

(From Chapter 10)

Starlene loved Group. The setting was perfect for teaching socialization skills while also gaining the children’s trust. In group therapy, she could be a “facilitator,” though she hated that word for it. A facilitator was someone who was structured and inflexible, who “empowered” others while not taking much personal risk. She thought of her job as more like “witnessing,” showing others the blessings she’d discovered and which all could share in.

“Hey, guys,” she said, looking into each face in turn.

“You’re late,” Deke said.

“And I apologize. Adults have to apologize sometimes, too, don’t they, Freeman?”

Freeman winced, twitched one corner of his mouth, and said nothing.

“You going to make us talk about something, or do we just got to sit here for an hour?” Deke said.

“I think it’s better when we get things out in the open,” Starlene said.

“Because sharing is caring,” Freeman said.

She ignored his sarcasm. Many placements came to Wendover with a wall around their hearts. You couldn’t hammer through the wall; battering at it only made the wall stronger. Love was better. Love seeped through the cracks and melted the wall away, eroded its base until the stones crumbled. “We do care, Freeman.”

Deke glowered at Freeman, then at Starlene. He looked around the circle, at the children sitting in their straight-backed chairs, making sure he had an audience. “Not all of us care, Freaky Freeman.”

Starlene was about to quiet Deke, then decided the group dynamic might be more interesting if she let the children lead the discussion themselves. If only Deke’s natural leadership skills didn’t turn nasty so easily. Six years in therapy, according to the case file, and Deke was no closer to adjusting to society than he’d ever been. Still, the Lord and her professional obligation required her to have hope for him.

But patience was a demanding virtue. That was one of the warnings that her Psych teachers had burned home, that occasionally you’d feel like slapping little Johnny across the face. No matter that he had been abused and suffered a neurochemical imbalance and was diagnosed with an adjustment disorder, you sometimes had to wonder if a particular brand of vermin was, and always would be, a rat.


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Winners!! Congratulations!

December 23, 2010 § Leave a comment

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Random.org has spoken, and after more entries than I ever imagined, the winners are:

Haves: Linda H

Have Nots: Jennifer @ Book Noise

Both have been contacted by email and have 48 hours to respond. Congratulations to both of you, I hope you enjoy the books!

I really want to thank everyone who entered, followed, commented, and participated in this Giveaway Hop. And I especially want to thank Kathy @ I Am A Reader Not A Writer for hosting this and all the other wonderful hops! I look forward to participating in more!

The Ranting Dragon book Giveaway

October 12, 2010 § Leave a comment

The Ranting Dragon is giving away 1 copy each of Warbreaker, Hunger Games, and the Adamantine Palace in celebration of their first week online. This seems to be a very well put together fantasy book review blog that I am happy to join as well as recommend to any other fans of the genre. Click here to enter this giveaway. 

Author Andrew E. Kaufman Interview and $50 Amazon GC Contest

October 12, 2010 § Leave a comment



Andrew E. Kaufman gave an interesting and informative interview about his book While the Savage Sleeps at Bitten by Books. There is also a contest offering a $50 Amazon gift card. Click here to enter.

Bitten by Books Contest!

October 12, 2010 § Leave a comment


Bitten by Books is offering 5 copies of VC Andrews’ new release Daughter of Darkness!! Click here to enter the contest. 

Welcome to Larissa’s Bookish Life: Update #4! – 1027+ Followers & Bday Blow Out! {It’…

October 9, 2010 § Leave a comment

Welcome to Larissa’s Bookish Life: Update #4! – 1027+ Followers & Bday Blow Out! {It’…: ”  Since I have just passed 1200 blog followers… There will be 9 winners! *more to come, see info bellow!   *Please read ALL the info care…”

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