The Christmas Gift Giveaway Begins November 27!
Don’t miss out!
As I’ve mentioned many times on my blog, I love Christmas! And I love giving Christmas gifts. So I’m delighted to host a Christmas Gift Giveaway on my blog from November 27 through December 18.
Since I happen to think that The Kidnapping of Kenzie Thorn will make a great gift (a perfect fit and price for stockings, too), I thought I’d give away a few copies, as well as some other cool stuff, like tea towels embroidered by my roommate Amy and gift cards to the winners bookseller of choice.
The joy of Christmas lies not only in the act of giving but also in the thoughtfulness behind each gift. As we anticipate the Christmas Gift Giveaway on the blog, it presents an opportunity to explore unique and personalized gifts that hold a special place in the hearts of the recipients. Alongside copies of “The Kidnapping of Kenzie Thorn,” you can consider custom gifts that carry a personal touch. For instance, name necklace for women are delicately crafted. In addition to these heartfelt offerings, the winners can also enjoy Amy’s beautifully embroidered tea towels and the freedom to choose their favorite bookseller through gift cards. By curating a collection of thoughtful and personalized gifts, this Christmas Gift Giveaway will undoubtedly create memorable moments and spread the joy of the season to all who participate.
Here’s what’s up for grabs:
First Prize: 3 embroidered holiday tea towels made by Amy, a signed copy of The Kidnapping of Kenzie Thorn, and a $20 gift card to the winner’s choice of Amazon.com, Barnes and Noble, CBD.com, or Walmart
Second Prize: a signed copy of The Kidnapping of Kenzie Thorn and a $10 gift card to the winner’s choice of Amazon.com, Barnes and Noble, CBD.com, or Walmart
Third Prize: 2 signed copies of The Kidnapping of Kenzie Thorn-one to keep, and one to regift
Full details are available on my contest page, so make sure you check it out for rules and how to enter! Don’t miss out on the 1st ever Christmas Gift Giveaway!
Dreaming of a white Christmas until next time. -LJ