|WON BY KIM HANSEN|
|WON BY FREDA MANS|
|WON BY MARK|
|WON BY FAITH CREECH|
|WON BY JERIKA|
|WON BY LUCY REYNOLDS|
You know the drill -- I will notify the winners if they included their email. If not, it's up to a winner to contact me at kavluvstoreadATyahooDOTca with their snail mail info. If I can't connect with a winner within a month, the win is forfeited. Books are usually sent out within a week of receiving a winner's mailing address but give it a month before inquiring about deliveries to allow for processing and shipping times.
LOOKING AHEAD TO NEXT WEEK'S GIVEAWAYS:
So I've been feeling pretty smug about my January, February and March New Releases wishlist. I've managed to either buy, request my library to purchase or receive review copies for a good chunk of them. But then I turned to the month of April and...GASP!...there's not a single book listed there. In fact, the rest of my reading pages are blank. Do you feel the same shot of cold fear shivering up your spine that I do? Shudder. And I know for a fact that there are a TON of fantastic new books coming out this spring. I have even scribbled down a few titles on scraps of paper which seem to have been swallowed whole by study clutter. Double Gasp! You know what that means, right?
IT'S TIME FOR ANOTHER
READER'S CHOICE GIVEAWAY WEEK!
WOOHOO -- I'm so excited! I need your collective research skills to help me fill out my Spring Reading Wishlist -- Christian Fiction to be released in April, May or June 2018. As usual with these giveaways, please make sure to read the rules which will be posted each day. Basically, the week is divided into genre days where y'all can offer up to three book selections per day. Name/book combos will be entered in a draw and if you win it's an IOU for the book on release day.
Please note: because this is such a busy week and keeping on top of the comments pretty much takes up all my free time (blissfully so), this week's giveaways are closed to email entries. Sorry! But I have to sleep sometime. And read.
Here's the week's schedule:
Monday March 19 : Historical Romance or Historical Fiction - a full-length story OR novella collection set in any time period before the 1970s. May cross genres such as YA, suspense, Amish and includes dual timelines.
Tuesday March 20 : Contemporary Romance Fiction - a full-length story OR novella collection set in present day (1980 up). May cross genres such as YA, suspense, Amish and includes dual timelines.
Wednesday March 21 : Romantic Suspense/Mystery Fiction -- a full-length story OR novella collection where mystery is an important part of the plot. The hero or heroine (or both) are often in peril (more so in suspense). Can be set in any time period -- contemporary or historical. May cross genres such as YA, Amish or dual timeline.
Thursday March 22 : Amish Fiction -- a full-length story OR novella collection where the hero or heroine or both are Amish OR the story has significant Amish content with Amish secondary characters and an Amish community. Can be contemporary or historical and can have a mystery or suspense element.
Friday March 23 : Christian Fiction -- any genre including previous selections you've made on other days and also for specific genres not covered yet this week such as Women's Fiction, Science Fiction, Speculative etc.
Saturday March 24 : Retro Reads! - any Christian Fiction novel published 2017 or earlier. Here's your chance to catch the one that got away! Just make sure it's still in print...or in ebook format if you're okay with that.
True confession: I'm a tad shy of giddy over what's to come. Let the book sharing begin!!!!!! (well, starting Monday!)