Wednesday, November 03, 2010

Book Giveaway!


To celebrate my November releases, I'm giving away a signed copy of Regency Christmas Proposals! To enter just leave a comment here telling us some of your favorite holiday traditions or books you like to read at this time of year....









(And my new Undone! story is available at Eharlequin!)

17 comments:

Inspired Kathy said...

Favorite traditions are caroling, decorating the tree and reading the Christmas story.
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Heather said...

fave tradition is making all the yummy food. Last year taught sons how to make the stuffing for thanksgiving and peanut brittle for christmas

chey said...
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chey said...

One of my favourite traditions is driving around with the family to see the Christmas lights.
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Amanda McCabe/Laurel McKee said...

Heather, I LOVE peanut brittle! But I'm not sure I would be good at making it. :)

Chey, I love the lights too. When I was a kid my grandparents would make a big deal out of taking us out for a long drive to look at them every year, it was wonderful...

arceli said...

One of my favorite traditions is driving around looking at Christmas lights. There's one neighborhood in my hometown where people really go all-out with the decorations.

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Karen said...

One of my favorite traditions is making cookies with my mom and making homemade cards.

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FairyWhispers said...

Going to the shops to see what they have specially planned for christmas



and if possible criticize every away possible!

Nah, I'm just joking, the criticize part.

:D

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Aik said...

Our favourite traditions are watching Christmas-themed movies and reading the Christmas story.

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Kirsten said...

My favorite Cristmas tradition is baking gingerbread cookies. When I was a little girl my grandmother made them with me. I always made a mess but she didn't mind. I was making up my lack of skill with creativity. Adding loads of colored candy to their clothes. Grandma said I made the best cookies in the world.
After she passed I continiued to bake with my mother and today I invite my sister over to share the "job" of making enough gingerpeople to last us till Christmas. It's always a bit of a party: baking, remembering and sharing special time together. We have loads of fun.

Ammy Belle said...

My favourite holiday tradtion is getting the tree - it is truly the best oart, when akk the family is out in the snow, fighting over fat trees, skinnytrees and tall trees. Sigh .. love it.

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Thanks for the contest! :)

Carrie at In the Hammock Blog said...

Hi Amanda!!

I am absolutely addicted to these holiday anthologies!! Especially the ones from harlequin, but I've read others that are great too! Last year I loved the Christmas Ball anthology. Sometimes the shorter stories seem to explore ideas and situations that don't make it into the longer novels, and I love the diversity. Thank you for the chance to win! :)

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Donna Marie said...

I watch every possible version of the Christmas Carol that is on TV. The Nativity Story is on my DVD player. I read The Chronicles of the Door series by Gene Edwards starting with The Birth. God provided a wonderful Christmas story for my family back in the mid-70's. At Christmas, I recount the story to my children. They actually ask for it!
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Amanda McCabe/Laurel McKee said...

Ah FairyWhispers, but criticizing is the most fun part sometimes! :))

Kirsten, I also used to bake holiday goodies with my grandmother (fudge and coconut candy as well as cookies!) and I cherish those memories so much.

And my family watches "The Christmas Story" every year!

Karyn Gerrard said...

Making sugar cookies with frosting! Big tradition, we all get involved.

I reviewed this book for the Season, enjoyed it very much!

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Linda Henderson said...

My family likes to get together for a big meal and then play board games. We also like to watch Christmas Vacation with Chevy Chase.

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Chrizette @ All the days of said...

My husband has 5 siblings all married, some with children and spread all over the country. At Christmas we all get together every day for a few days and it means lots of people, food and celebrations! :) A wonderful time!

~Chrizette
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