Tuesday, December 16, 2014

24 Days of Christmas Author Showcase


 
Sponsors: As You Wish Tours
 
 
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Merry Christmas everyone! It's day 16 of the hop and I'm so excited to be a part of this wonderful event that, As You Wish Tours, has put together. Please be sure and show your support by following them via their website: As You Wish Tours .
There is also an event happening right now, click this link to have a blast spending the holiday season with so many wonderful people. Amazing event <---- click that!
 
So, throughout these 24 days, you will not only learn about each author's books, you will have a chance to win different gifts from them. You'll spend some fantastic fun times with great hosts over at the event, again winning gifts.
 
 
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So a little about my books:
 
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Learning The Lies (The Bailey Trilogy)
 






Fourteen hundred miles has separated Bailey Jones, from a tragic heartache. After her first love ends their relationship, Bailey continues forward with her decision to move with her Aunt in Maine.
Adjusting to a new home, job, and friends was supposed to be simple but love interests have come knocking on her door. The question is can either of them be trusted? Each of them is harboring secrets but once exposed, will it send Bailey running or will it be her salvation?
Amongst the chaos of her love life, a unexpected appearance comes back into her life and could possibly change everything.
Bailey is ‘Learning the Lies’ but which will she accept?
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Ready For You (Co-Written with Madison Daniel)
 
 
 
*18 and older* Author Penny Lane decides to team up with fellow author Kain Brooks because she believes the collaboration will bring something refreshing and new to her humdrum life. It is at first, but what she doesn't count on is developing feelings for a man that's hundreds of miles away while continuing to struggle with the death of her fiancé, Zack.

The newly divorced Kain is excited about the partnership and happily realizes that it may lead to much more than just a book.
However, there is a threat! A stalker's evil intentions are far more serious than either of them can ever imagine-- so serious that they may not make it long enough to discover if their feelings are genuine or just a long-distanced crush.
 
 
 
 
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A Breath of Death (Life & Death Sage, Book 1)
 



What if one day you awake to realize you can only remember two of the twenty two years of your life? Kate Miller is damaged, and her only possessions are a bird, a shady past she can only remember through nightmares, and a very uncertain future. These constant nightmares introduce her to a life she never knew existed. Running away from a certain evil, she discovers she has a gift that can change the course of life...

In one night everything will change. After being taken by a stranger who claims he's there to protect her, odd things start happening. Will Kate have time to learn the truth about her past? Will she learn how to use her powers in time before she dies?
After all, death is just a breath away!




 
January 2015 Book 2
A Breath of Life will be released.



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Comment below the name of someone you have lost, but would like to be remembered this beautiful Christmas season, to be enter. Winner can pick their choice of Ecopy from my selection.
On December 26th someone will win a Kindle Fire HD, AND an ebook from each author below! Second winner will get a $25 Amazon Gift card. Merry Christmas from all of us to all of you!



December 1 Willow Cross
December 3 Rose Shababy
December 4 Author JH Glaze
December 5 Ednah Walters
December 6 K.B. Miller
December 7 Nely Cab
December 8 Cat Miller
December 9 Karen Lynch
December 10 Stacey Rourke
December 11 Kristen L Middleton
December 12 Julie Gilbert
December 13 Elizabeth Kirke
December 14 Brae Wyckoff
December 15 Belinda Boring
December 16 Derinda Love
December 17 Melissa Haag
December 18 Julieanne Lynch
December 19 Joann H Buchanan
December 20 G.G. Carver
December 21 Cambria Hebert
December 22 Rue Volley
December 23 Lachelle Redd
December 24 Inger Iversen
 
 


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    1. Thank you for stopping by and I hope you have a Merry Christmas. I know your mother is smiling down on you. <3

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  2. Two years ago, on December 26th, I lost my best friend of 25 years. Christmas has been my favorite holiday since I was able to choose a favorite. The togetherness, love, and peace of it has always inspired my heart... and I'm trying to find a way now to still appreciate it. It all seems so trivial now. People are so worried about who gets the most amazing gifts and what they are cooking when... the next day, I do my best to celebrate a life that I cant seem to get over losing. Loss is devastating. My heart breaks every time I think of him.

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    1. I'm so sorry for your loss Christy. However, feel honored to be able to share this moment with you. I love you and know we will forever be hand in hand. Merry Christmas, dear friend.

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  3. My Grandmother Bertha....she was always so full of life!!

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    1. Thank you for stopping y Rebecca, and more thank you for sharing your grandmother Bertha's memory with me. Merry Christmas

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  4. My Grandfather. There are so many questions I'd like to ask him.

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    1. Raquel, may you can ask the questions anyways. Who knows what greater power out there is, and maybe one day you will find your answers. Merry Christmas and thank you for stopping by to see me.

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  5. My maternal Grandparents. I was only 11 when my Grandpa died and 15 when my Grandma died. I wish I had had so much more time with them.

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    1. Thank you for sharing your grandparent's memory with me today. I'm truly sorry for your loss. I hope you have a Merry Christmas and find something that will remind you of them.

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  6. My mother who passed earlier this year </3

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    1. My sweet Maryann, I can only imagine how hard this year will be for you. Just remember she is there with you. Also many friends are here to hold your hand too. Merry Christmas!

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  7. My 2 brothers, taken from this world far too young but God had other plans for them. May they rest in peace.

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    1. Thank you for stopping by today Darlene. I'm truly sorry for the loss of your brothers, however, I bet they are in your smile. Thank you for sharing them with me today. I hope you have a Merry Christmas.

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  8. Two of my younger brothers (one at age 17 and one at age 40) and my nephew at age 22.

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    1. Janet, it's so lovely to meet you, and thank you for sharing your love ones with me. I hope their memories bring a smile to your heart this Christmas.

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  9. grief is like a wave, coming and going, and just when you think you have the hang of it, a tsunami hits the shore... the lose never gets better, it is our inner strength to keep moving forward that can grow... I was born with two sets of grandparents, a great grandma, and a great great grandma... and while that meant that I was given more love and attention that most, I also started losing people when I turned twelve, as those I loved began falling prey to time... then my aunt joined the list, her loss was a heavy blow... some days I still find tears in my 34yr old eyes, but I have made it to a place where I can smile at the memories, and maybe my eyes are a little damp, but the sobs have quieted, allowing me to remember more

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    1. I so happy you have found the place of smiles and memories. The loss of a love one is our hardest journeys. I hope you have a Merry Christmas and thank you so much for sharing your loss with me.

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  10. Hello D. Love, nice to meet you. Your books sound great, i'm looking forward to reading them.

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    1. Merry Christmas Linda, it's a pleasure to meet you as well. I hope you have a beautiful holiday!

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  11. My mother-in-law. I would love to have her here so my husband could be able to see her and she could be able to send her grandkids. Thanks for the chance to win! Merry Christmas

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    1. Merry Christmas Autumn. I'm certainly she has seen her grand children and is very proud. Thank you for visiting me today.

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  12. My dad who has been gone a year this past August...or my very best friend on the planet who left too soon when he was 26, 8 years ago. I would give anything to have the holidays to half the two of them. Thanks for the chance.

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    1. Merry Christmas Heather. Thank you for sharing your love ones with me. I hope you find a memory of them that will place a smile on your beautiful face this holiday season.

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  13. My dad passed away 10 years ago, I still miss him. Thanks for the giveaway. Merry Christmas!

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    1. Merry Christmas and thank you for stopping by and sharing your dad's memory with me.

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  14. My Grandma. She passed away awhile ago, but every Christmas I miss her :( Thanks for the giveaway.

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    1. Merry Christmas Charlene and thank you for stopping by and sharing your grandma's memory with me. I hope you have a blessed New Year.

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  15. My cousin who passed away at 18 around Christmas a couple years ago from NF. He brought light to everyone around him :)

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    1. Good evening Cassandra and Merry Christmas. Thank you for stopping by and sharing your cousin's memory with me. I hope you have a beautiful holiday season.

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  16. My step dad passed away July 4 2010. Exactly 10 years after my mom introduced us and the following year he married my mom. Also 1 month to the day before his birthday. My step dad was and extraordinary man. He made Christmas extra special just by being there. I miss him everyday some days more than others.

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    1. Good evening Melissa and thank you for stopping by and sharing your step father's memory with me, he sounds like a amazing man. I hope you have a very special Christmas this year.

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  17. My grandma. She's been gone for 10 Christmases and it still feels like the first. Thank you for being a part of this event.

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    1. Thank you for sharing your grandma's memory with me today. I'm truly sorry for your loss. I hope you have a Merry Christmas and find something that will remind you of her.

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  18. My father who passed last August and my best friend who passed 9 years ago

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    1. Merry Christmas Heather. Thank you for sharing your love ones with me. I hope you find a memory of them that will place a smile on your beautiful face this holiday season.

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  19. Hello there D. Love, I am so glad to be a part of the hop this year.
    This Christmas, and every Christmas my Grandpa Pierre is always someone I miss. The first Christmas without him, I had found the perfect gift for him, I bought it wrapped it and had it all ready for Christmas. Two days after my purchase, I burst into tears, how could I forget that not very long ago we were celebrating his life with all of his favorite foods and drinks and memories we all had? It is still sitting wrapped in my closet...

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    1. Annie, I cried with you when I read your post. Our losses can be so devastating at times. I hope this year you will find the perfect piece of love that will remind you of Grandpa Pierre, so that you'll know he is still with you. Merry Christmas!!!

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  20. Merry Christmas and thank you! angielarson214@gmail.com

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    1. Merry Christmas Angie and I hope you and your family have a beautiful holiday!

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  21. Happy Holidays!
    I would like to remember my best friend Teak.

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    1. Happy Holidays and thank you for sharing the memory of Teak with me. It's a honor!

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  22. My dad. I lost him 6 years ago under suspicious circumstances. No justice has been served. He is always remember on the holidays. R.I.p daddy.

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    1. Dear Ashley, I hope that one day justice will be served for your dad. For now I hope you always remember his love for you. Merry Christmas

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  23. I lost my mom in 2003. I still miss her very much. The Holidays makes me realize how much. We put in a memorial pond in our backyard to honor her.

    Happy Holidays! Thanks. dachshundlady@comcast.net.

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  24. I lost my Father on 12/12/2003 in a freak accident. It was devastating to our family. Even though it has been 11 years, I still miss him so much, esp. around the holidays. I never got to say goodbye or a lot of other things I would have liked to, but I hope he knows anyway.
    Merry Christmas to you and your family. jen.frederick@yahoo.com

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