Sunday, May 8, 2016

The Captain Is Out! Come Win Some Prizes

The Captain is finally out and I'm so excited to share this story with you!

You can read the first chapter here



To celebrate this momentous event, I am offering THREE awesome prizes.


1.  A $30 Amazon gift card

2.  A Book Lovers Basket filled with books, treats, and black and white items every book lover needs.

3.  An autographed print set of my award-winning Hostage Negotiation series (4 Books!)

So come party with me! *throws confetti*

a Rafflecopter giveaway
(Basket and Book Prizes open to continental U.S. residents only)

14 comments:

Erin K said...

I am so excited for you and your new book! I loved it! One thing I love about Canada is how beautiful it is! Thanks for doing this fun giveaway!

NaDell Ransom said...

I love that my parents got married there on Thanksgiving (in the USA) and when they woke up that day, it was to a blizzard.

Melanie Valderrama said...

I lived in eastern Canada for a while and loved the people! I was mainly impressed with how polite people were. If we were standing on the side of the street looking like we were thinking about crossing, cars would stop for us. I was in a little shock when I returned to the US and it was a very different experience.

lrbodine said...

I love British Columbia - especially Whistler!

Chelsea said...

My mom is Canadian!!! Her entire family stayed back in Canada when she and her parents moved to California in the 1950's. I've loved doing my Canadian family history ... and need to go visit someday :)

Deena Peterson said...

I've been wanting to take a peek at your books, and this is a great opportunity!

Mary Preston said...

The people; I have relatives there.

julie said...
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julie said...

I don't know much about Canada. I've only been to Butchart Gardens (which were beautiful, by the way)! So I guess I'd have to say that's what I love about Canada with my limited knowledge. My husband's ancestors immigrated to Canada when they first left England in the early 1800s, but only lived there a few years before coming to the US. He jokingly claims that he's Canadian. :)

sweetpea35 said...

I love the natural beauty of Canada and the people are so friendly.

Lisa And Randy said...

I love each one of your books and am looking forward to reading this one. Thanks for the contest.

Lynette said...

My grandma was born in Alberta! I've only been to Alberta, but would love to see more of Canada.

Katie Watkins said...

My great grandma grew up in Canada with her 7 sisters and 1 brother. All but two of them ended up staying there so I have fond memories of family reunions, nice people, the fun accent, and the beauty of the Prairie.

Char said...

I'd love to visit Canada one day. Thanks for the fun contest!