Merry Christmas, Happy Hanukkah, Joyous Solstice, Kwanza Greetings.
I’m a bit early, but the wishes are genuine. Since I’m a Christian, I expressed my choice in the graphic above. Whatever your faith, I wish the best to you. Wouldn’t it be wonderful if we were all this friendly and grateful for our blessings all year?
I’m so grateful to be a writer and to have actual readers. I want to show my appreciation in a tangible way. Today, instead of promoting a 99-cent book, I’m talking about a FREE Kindle Fire Giveaway on December 14, 2012 to one lucky subscriber of Caroline’s Occasional Newsletter! I chose the word Occasional deliberately. I won’t bombard you with emails, won’t sell your email address, and no salesman will call. Trust me. Really, you can.
You say you already have an e-reader? Surely there’s someone on your gift list who would enjoy receiving a Kindle Fire if you’re the lucky winner of my giveaway. I’ll include a few of my books with the prize. What a deal, right?
Here’s how to enter. Go to the sidebar and about halfway down on my blog at http://carolineclemmons.blogspot.com. See the large white square displaying a circle formed by some of my titles? Click on it. Simply fill in your name and email and you’re entered. Then, when a confirmation comes, click the link. That’s all you have to do. Easy. Alternately, you can go to my website at www.carolineclemmons.com and find the same square to click and ditto.
Even if you are not the winner for December 14th’s Kindle Fire giveaway, there will be frequent giveaways/contests in the future, as well as notice of my new releases. And you can easily unsubscribe, even though doing so will probably make me cry. (Okay, I probably won’t really cry, but I would genuinely miss you as a subscriber.)
Thanks for stopping by!
Caroline Clemmons is the author of 11 books and 3 novellas. Find her books in print and all her works online in e-books. She writes contemporary and historical romance and mystery, all but one of which are set in Texas. Caroline and her Hero/husband live on a small acreage in rural North Central Texas with a menagerie of rescued pets.