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Last week to play FREE Secret Santa and even win gifts for yourself! #AmReading #Giveaway

How many of your friends will you win a gift for, and what will you win?
Every year, I try to do something special for my readers, but attempting to get the biggest and bestest gift doesn't always work well, since that leaves so many other readers without gifts.

So, this year, I wanted to do more. I decided to give away ONE HUNDRED gifts. And, ALL gifts will be awarded before Monday, December 22, so you and/or your friends will receive by Christmas.

Grand Prize ~ $50 Amazon Gift Card
Runner-up Prizes
Southern Romantic-Suspense Paperback Collection
Creatus Series Paperback Collection
She Belongs to Me Audio Book
And Ninety-Five eBooks!!! 

 So, here's how it works...

Absolutely NO Purchase is required. All you have to do to unlock the grand prize and the rest of the 99 gifts is to sign up for my newsletter. Many of you are already signed up, so just post your email into the entry, which automatically registers you for the grand prize or the runner-ups. 

I know many of you have already read my books, so, I decided to help you play Secret Santa. Of course, if there is one of my books you haven't read, you can ask that the gift be sent to you. Plain and simple, I made a list of my books, and all you have to do is tell me where you want me to send it. Note: even though there are two on sale this week, when your friends receive them on Christmas Morning, they will be back to their regular price of $4.99!

Not sure which of my books you'd like, simply visit my Amazon Author Page

By the way...if you want to guarantee you or a friend gets an eBook for Christmas, The Library (Where Life Checks Out) is on sale for $0.99 today. Download for yourself or gift to a friend. And, Amazon will allow you to send it Christmas morning!

Sorry, due to Amazon's strict gifting of eBooks, I have to restrict gifts to the US. Of course, I always have a couple free books on all sites, so you don't even have to play to win. Simply click one of my author pages below, and download your free book! If you have questions, please feel free to leave them in the comment section, and I promise you I will answer. 

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