Friday, December 24, 2010

Current Giveaways, December 24th, 2010

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Also, if you have any thing to add to this post please comment!  We would all love to hear what you think of any of the books posted, if you've already read them or read some of the authors other work. 

Blog Giveaways!
Click on the blog name to be redirected to that blog to enter. 

Mr. Hamric is giving away a Kindle WiFi on December 31st!  Actually, he's giving away a $139 Amazon gift card so you can buy your own Kindle from Amazon.  All you need to do is share his giveaway on Facebook (worth 1 entry), buy a copy of Blank Slate (worth 5 entries), buy a copy of Crescent Rising (worth 5 entries), then send him an email at:  to let him know of your entries.

Reining In (The Network)Go sign up for Breakout Books Reviews newsletter to be entered to win.Up next: I will be giving away 5 kindle copies of Reining In by Dawn Judd in next week's newsletter. If you haven't already subscribed to our newsletter, now is your chance. Don't miss out on our weekly sponsor giveaways and our montly giftcard drawings! 

Until December 17th, Helen Smith is giving away 105 copies of 31 different e-books by 18 different authors.  Check out her blog and get signed up to win!



Fiction For Dessert 

Take the Monkeys and Run (A Barbara Marr Murder Mystery) The Chronicles of Marr-nia (Short Stories Starring Barbara Marr)NOW FOR THIS WEEK'S GIVEAWAY -

To Two Lucky Winners: a Kindle copy of TAKE THE MONKEYS AND RUN and THE CHRONICLES OF MARR-NIA, SHORT STORIES STARRING BARBARA MARR by yours truly, Karen Cantwell
Unfortunately, I can only offer a Kindle copies of THE CHRONICLES OF MARR-NIA, but can arrange for an ePub version of TAKE THE MONKEYS AND RUN for Nook owners, if necessary.
How do you enter?
Just comment to this post (at Fiction For Dessert) that you would like to be entered for this giveaway - again, there will be two winners, two eBooks each!
Good Luck!
As always, thank you for following my blog and . . .

 Click here to be redirected to Fiction For Dessert for this contest 



JCPhelps' Blog
The Butcher's BoyLast chance to enter to win The Butcher's Boy by Michael Robb!  Comment on this post or the original post to be entered to win one of three Kindle copies of The Butcher's Boy on Christmas Day!  I need your email address so I can gift them to you.

JCPhelps' Blog

Enter the Holiday Reader's Raffle to win a $20 Amazon Gift Card!

Shiny Green Shoes 
Entering is simple!

Purchase the heart-warming short story Shiny Green Shoes at either Amazon or Smashwords (only a buck!) and answer this question: What Shakespearean heroine did Aunt Peach consider to be her greatest role?

Send your answer either as a message to my Facebook page or as an email to

Contest ends December 31, 2010. Winner to be pulled from my Christmas stocking!


Smashwords Giveaways

The Yellowstone Caldera has erupted once every 600,000 years. We’re 40,000 years overdue. Lava flows stretch for hundreds of miles. A cloud of ash billows east, burying the Midwest, destroying crops, and falling upon the Pacific Coast like a warm, dead snow. The remnants of the United States flees south as the global temperatures plummet. These are the stories of the survivors.
Jacob Cox is 18 and finds himself running his family's new business, a dilapidated bar in a forgotten seaside town. Jacob longs to escape his family of villains, liars and psychopaths. Could the bar be his last chance to make money and get away from everyone he despises? Is his family really that bad or is he actually worse than all of them put together? A screwball comedy about family.
Barnes & Noble

Meet Alexis Stanton, a 5' 4" petite young woman with a yen for adventure. She grew up as a tomboy wishing she could have all the adventures boys could have. She has since decided that being a boy instead of a girl has its advantages, but being a woman is much better. She finds that job she could "just die for"... and it looks like she just might!

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