Saturday, November 04, 2017

Contest Time!

I've been neglecting the blog something shameful, but I promise to be back with far more articles in 2019!  (with books out concerning Victorian Paris and 1920s Santa Fe, I'll be sure to have LOTS to talk about, along with more historical heroines and the adventures of my Poodle Abigail, trips to take and cocktails to sample.  But right now, in the spirit of the coming season (and because of my overflowing storage space!) we have a contest!  Three copies of The Demure Miss Manning and 3 of The Queen's Christmas Summons (since it IS that time of year!).  Also, if there are any particular foreign language copies you might like, let me know--I have more of those than I know what to do with it!

To enter is super-easy.  Comment here (what are your holiday plans??  Favorite recent reads??  Old comfort holiday reads??), or Like/Comment on my Facebook page Amanda McCabe Books, or go to my website http://ammandamccabe.com and sign up for my newsletter (they're very short and only appear 3/4 times a year, I promise!), just mention you'd like to be entered in the contest.  Or do all three for more chances to win!!

Thanks for helping with my house cleaning, and don't forget The Wallflower's Mistletoe Wedding is out now!!!

p.s. The contest will run to the end of the week, winners chosen on Saturday!

7 comments:

regencygirl01 said...

I love the Christmas romances that come out. Just read Wilde in Love by Eloisa James and loved it. Loved the characters and the animals

Manda Ward said...

Holiday plans, well this year is going to be a little different. Parents in Law are getting on in years so we will be having Christmas Day at home with the 3 kids and 2 mad mogs. Boxing Day will spend the day with in laws for chaos, carnage and hopefully bubble & squeak with cold meat....mmm yummy. Best part about Christmas is that first mince pie I've made on 1st December, warm, comforting with a hint of 'ahha' from the brandy.

Tammy Y said...

I love your books. What beautiful covers too Christmas books are wonderful

Daniele K said...

Hmm, holiday plans. Most if the family live in the same town so it's not too difficult to get together. I usually cook Christmas dinner. This year might be strange, though, since both parents and my husband will be recovering from major surgeries. Thank you for the chance to win. Dmskrug3(at)hotmail(dot)com

Amanda McCabe/Amanda Carmack/Laurel McKee said...

Eeek! Two years ago, I was getting over surgery (Christmas Day!), so our celebration was pushed back a week and all I felt like eating was marshmallow fluff, but I was so glad t be home it didn't matter

Michelle Styles said...

i can't believe I am not signed up for your newsletter -- where exactly do i find it?

Amanda McCabe/Amanda Carmack/Laurel McKee said...

Just click on "Sign Up For Newsletter" on the website! Or I will go ahead and add you, if you like :) (I don't send it out nearly as regularly as I should)