Happy Memorial Day
So many have fallen in the name of freedom. Thank you to those who’ve given everything, and to those who continue to give in our armed services. One day isn’t enough to say thank you!
In addition to remembrance ceremonies today, Memorial day is the unofficial start to the American Summer. Grills all across the country will be fired up today, cooking everything from hamburgers to fish, vegetables to watermelon (we’re going to try that today). We probably won’t eat outside, but are planning a picnic-style spread, nonetheless.
Another Memorial Day tradition is, of course, a sale. And All Romance eBooks is doing just that. Through the end of today, they’re offering a 50% rebate on ALL PURCHASES. This means that when you purchase Whirlwind at allromanceebooks.com, you’ll get 50% of the purchase price returned in the form of a rebate! Half price…who doesn’t love that?
But FREE is Better!
Only a few more hours are left in the Share the Wealth Giveaway! Winner gets their pick of 5 books from the following list, one runner up gets 2 (along with signed copies of Whirlwind for both winners). US addresses only.
Which would you pick? Remember, a comment on this, or any of my May posts, counts as an entry. Winners will be selected on June first.
Those Who Fight Monsters: Tales of Occult Detectives by Justin Gustainis
This Charming Man by Marian Keyes
Skinny-Dipping by Connie Brockway
Up Close and Dangerous by Linda Howard
The Guy Next Door by Lori Foster
Malice (New Orleans #6) by Lisa Jackson
Mad about the Duke (Bachelor Chronicles, #7) by Elizabeth Boyle
How to Woo a Reluctant Lady (Hellions of Halstead Hall, #3) by Sabrina Jeffries
Brimstone Kiss (Delilah Street #2) by Carole Nelson Douglas
Healing Dr. Fortune by Judy Duarte
Poisoned Kisses (Harlequin Nocturne, #98) by Stephanie Draven
Knight of Passion (All the King’s Men #3) by Margaret Mallory
Nowhere Near Respectable (Lost Lords, #3) by Mary Jo Putney
Senseless by Mary Burton
Eve of Chaos (Marked, Book 3) by S.J. Day
Blue Diablo (Corine Solomon, #1) by Ann Aguirre
Face of Danger (The Guardian Angelinos, #3) by Roxanne St. Claire
Killer Heat by Brenda Novak
The Panic Zone by Rick Mofina
The Vampire Voss (Regency Draculia #1) by Colleen Gleason
Coming Undone (Brown Siblings, #2) by Lauren Dane
Murder in Vein (Fang-in-Cheek Mystery, #1) by Sue Ann Jaffarian
It’s Hotter In Hawaii (Men of Hawaii #2) by HelenKay Dimon
Southern Comfort by Fern Michaels
No One Heard Her Scream by Jordan Dane
Lover Mine (Black Dagger Brotherhood, #8) by J.R. Ward
A Little Bit Wicked (Last Man Standing, #1) by Victoria Alexander
Weddings Can Be Murder by Christie Craig
Body Language by Suzanne Brockmann
Bitten (Women of the Otherworld) by Kelley Armstrong
Both winners also receive an autographed copy of Whirlwind.
Watch for many more giveaways coming in June during the Whirlwind Blog Tour.
Meet an Author Monday
Check out what other authors are chatting about today. Whether you’re a reader or a writer, there’s a lot of great stories out there!
6 responses to “Only a Few More Days to Win”
Great giveaway Robin! And beautiful words about today.
Hey Robin, good luck with the giveaway and blog tour! Hope your Monday is going well. Jen xx
Thank you, Teresa. You are so right, the families of our patriots also sacrifice a lot, and get no recognition or thanks. Thank you for all you give, too! ❤
Wow, I want to thank you for the beautiful words you had to say about our Nations Armed Forces. So many take for granted there freedom to do things in this country. However it’s the ones who paid the ultimate price that made it possible for us to be able to sit here and type on a blog, or vote, or a right to choose who we want to marry, or what job class we belong to.
I’m a military brat of a retired Navy man who gave twenty-three years to his country.
Remember the wives and children of these faithful hero’s who leave out to protect us. They also pay the sacrifice part. For we give up so many months of not knowing if there all right if there in the sea under the water, or if there in the field like Iraq, Afganstan. Some children don’t really know there father or mother when they come home because they’ve been gone to long.
So say a prayer & a thank you for all that lives surround our Armed Forces.
There are a bunch of good reads here. I haven’t read them all – not by a long shot – but most of those I have are great. Good Luck!
A LOT OF BOOKS TO CHOSE FROM..GREAT PRIZE !