Tuesday, July 4, 2017

Happy 4th Of July! Let's Celebrate With A Giveaway!


Reviews for The Capture are starting to come in and I'm so happy that people are enjoying this story. As you know, I've had some special experiences as I've interviewed and come to know several people in the military while doing research on my books. I love writing about those who serve and the trials and triumphs they face, but most of all, I'm so grateful for their sacrifices.

So, in order to celebrate freedom this time of year, I thought it would be fun to do another giveaway. I love doing a giveaways, and this time I'm doing a Red White, and Blue Beach Blanket Book Basket with all kinds of goodies inside, as well as a $25 Amazon gift card, and an autographed copy of The Capture!

It's easy to enter and I hope you win! Have a great holiday!

14 comments:

Lynette said...
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Lynette said...

It's hard to pick a favorite...I've enjoyed so many books this summer. Maybe Love on Pointe. My favorite tends to be the book I'm currently reading :)

Julie Coulter Bellon said...

Thanks, Lynette! I love this time of year. And I agree about the favorite being the one I'm currently reading! :)

Elaine Folger said...

I think I would have to say my favorite so far is Cold Reign by Faith Hunter, an urban fantasy. It's really good!

KateB said...

Oh dear, such a difficult choice. I read 17-20 books a month, so it's not easy to pick one. But I'm always on a lookout for a new. good read.

Elittke said...

I really enjoyed The Scientist, the Sea and a billionaire by Amberlee Day. It's loosely based on Persuasion by Jane Austen. I really enjoyed it.

Aimee Brown said...

Oh man. One favorite? I don't think I can. I loved your book, The Whys Have It, Greybow Serpent.

Rachel Lybbert said...

I've loved The Viscount's Proposal by Melanie Dickerson as well as A Noble Masquerade by Kristi Ann Hunter.

Michelle Willms said...

I think I've loved too many books this summer to pick a single favorite. I've read many great urban fantasies, thrillers, mysteries, horror, science fiction, and fantasy.

Mary Preston said...

"The Anchoress" by Robyn Cadwallader was a great read.

Emily F said...

This is a tough one - I loved Romancing Daphne by Sarah M Eden (probably my favorite of hers yet....which is really hard to top), Wrong for You by Jenny Proctor, and Sense and Second Chances by Brittany Larsen. And I reread Edenbrooke by Julianne Donaldson, which was a great choice! And I found a great new fairy tale retelling series by Melanie Cellier on Kindle Unlimited.

Heidi Robbins said...

I loved So Pure a Heart by Amber Lynn Perry, it was a great one to read around a patriotic holiday!

Heather said...

I have enjoyed reading Becky Wade this summer.

Capell said...

I've read a few books that I've enjoyed so far this summer. In fact, there are very few books I have not enjoyed at all. Usually they are textbooks. :D