blog hop give-away

Inspired Kathy emailed me and asked if I wanted to be part of a blog hop. I said, “Sure,” because a blog hop sounded like a sock hop and I thought it might involve dancing. Besides, who am I to argue with someone who’s inspired?

It turns out there is no dancing in a blog hop, but if you feel inspired to dance, I won’t stop you.

I realized upon reading Kathy’s last email that this give-away is supposed to involve a paranormal romance. I just happen to have written a paranormal romance, but my editor is reading it right now, so it’s not actually available in book form.

Therefore, I’m giving away a signed copy of My Fair Godmother. After all, it does reference Edward Cullen, and if you squint, fairies sort of look like vampires, all sparkly and whatnot.

So leaving a comment will get you one chance, and promising to put my books face out on the shelf the next time you are in a bookstore will give you two. (Yeah, that’s the kind of followers I have, baby. Rebels to the core.)


blog hop give-away — 90 Comments

  1. I promise to make the YA section in Barnes & Noble look like its a Janette Rallison showcase….

    Heck, we’ll make a Girl’s Night of it…! {and then we’ll hit Powell’s…and do the same!} We’ll even take pictures…lots and lots of pictures! πŸ˜›

  2. “After all, it does reference Edward Cullen, and if you squint, fairies sort of look like vampires, all sparkly and whatnot.” <--- Ha ha ha ha! I solemnly promise to leave your books face out. I also will go one step further and place them in the “We Recommend” section when the employees are looking the other way.

  3. I will turn them face out πŸ™‚ Because, I mean, what great covers!! πŸ™‚ And an interesting way to gain entrees πŸ™‚ Sierra
    Keep Growing Beautifulβ™₯ (Cause You Are!)

  4. I would adore winning a signed copy of your novel! I don’t know why I haven’t read it yet, but I want to even more after a guest blogger reviewed it for my blog during my one-week Cinderella extravaganza event earlier this month!! Can’t wait! <3

  5. This book totally counts as a paranormal romance…Sort of. And I’d be happy to win it!

    Also, I totally promise to put your books face out on the shelf the next time I am in a bookstore. πŸ˜€

  6. Enter me! I also promise to face out ALL your books when I pass them in a bookstore. AND I’ll tell 100 people to read your books. That reminds me, I should go send some emails to do that…….Gotta go!

    It would mean SO much to me if I won! I mean, I FINALLY managed to get a copy of My Unfair Godmother, but still can’t grasp My Fair Godmother. Both are REALLY popular!

    I really enjoyed My Unfair Godmother, some of your best work!

    What is your paranormal book about? I want to see if I want to read it & then put the date for when it’s released on my calendar. Exciting!

  7. Lol vampire like fairies and vice versa hahah that’s funny… I’ll try to strike a pose with your books next time I go to B&N.. I hate making promises when I can’t guarantee it, especially when I have time constrants and a jello brain when it comes to remembering things lol
    Thank you for hosting this giveaway! And for participating in the Hop =)
    hope you have a wonderful weekend!

    GFC: SpadesHighReads
    TValeros18 AT

  8. I like your Sass! Lol, I will turn all your books face out, and might even put one or two in a seat at the bookstore, just to get noticed πŸ˜‰ Thanks for the opportunity! richnkathy718 (at) msn (dot) com

  9. You are all such awesome bookstore accomplices! My paranormal is about a girl whose parents belonged to warring paranormal factions. She thought she was just a normal girl, until they came after her. Figuring out who are the bad guys and who are the good guys, isn’t as easy as it is in other paranormal books.

    And there are flesh eating scarabs.

    Lots of fun.

  10. i now really want to get up and start dancing πŸ™‚
    thanks for the giveaway! i will definitely be putting your books face out the next time i see them πŸ™‚

  11. I already find myself compelled to find and display your books whenever I see them, I vow to continue and be less discreet. Thanks for writing such fun books!

  12. Thanks for the giveaway…
    If we had a book store any where near where we lived I would have all of your books facing out. lol… But I have to order books online if I want to buy them…:-(

  13. I am a new follower via GFC (rickimc), and if I find myself in a bookstore (now that Borders is now more πŸ™ ), I will turn your books face out.

  14. Thanks for the awesome giveaway. I love the covers of both godmother books:)

    I promise next time at the bookstore or library will set your books out to be seen by everyone!!


  15. I’m in love with these books. I own both, but I’d give it to a friend! Really, though, it should go to someone who has never read it, because it’s amazing! I’ve finally converted my entire book club. Anytime you find yourself in Colorado, let us know! wilsondev(at)gmail(Dot)Com

  16. I am such a good person, that after turning all of the copies to face out, I will strategically place other copies in prominent places. Like on displays of bestsellers. Respectfully, of course. Not making extra work for the bookstore clerk. πŸ™‚


  17. haha, I am someone who constantly puts the books that I love face out on the shelves. πŸ™‚ Thanks for the chance to win! seescootread[at]gmail[dot]com

  18. Okay…I did it. Just like I said I would. I’ll have you know after turning out your books at POWELL’S we checked the shelf where we’d placed the books AND where your books are parked for perusing…and ONLY ONE REMAINED. You were almost officially sold out within a matter of 30 minutes! πŸ™‚

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  19. Thanks for the amazing giveaway! I’ll not only face your books out but also plant them on every other shelf I see. hehe πŸ™‚

    iliveforreading AT hotmail DOT com

  20. Sounds like a great book, and I love your sense of humor!!!!! I do hereby solemnly promise to give everyone a full frontal view! Of your books, of course!

  21. I did what I promised. Phew-I’m glad it’s over! I emailed EVERYONE that I have their emailed, and told just about the ENTIRE school. Your books are EXTREMELY popular! I can’t find ONE book of yours that’s normally on the library shelf. There’s, like, a gazzillion holds for your book in the library-school AND public! Everyone who knows some 1 w/ 1 of your books, is begging to read it. I think I helped cleared out your shelf at B&N. I did my part!

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