DECEMBER 2016 E-BOOK GIVEAWAY – HOW DO YOU LIKE YOUR HEROES?

 

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How do you like your heroes? Strong? Brooding? Funny? A bad boy with a good heart? Sensitive? Manipulative? Damaged? Troubled? With or without fangs?

Heroes come in all types of packages; sometimes the wrapper is shiny and new, while other times, it’s tarnished and torn, and bears a few scars.  This December, it’s all about heroes, and in order to kick off the celebration I am offering you a chance to win a free e-book written by yours truly.  A Christmas present from me to you.

HOW TO WIN:  Simply enter a comment below telling me what you like in a hero, OR, tell me who your favorite book hero is.  

CONTEST ENDS –  Dec. 15, 2016 at midnight US Eastern time

5 Lucky Winners will be chosen at random. If selected as the winner, you can choose from one of four e-books listed below made available to you either through Amazon Kindle USA or Smashwords:  

DECEMBER E-BOOK GIVEAWAY

SO COME ON! TELL ME WHAT FLOATS YOUR BOAT, TICKLES YOUR FANCY, OR MAKES YOU SWOON!

LEAVE A COMMENT BELOW TO ENTER TO WIN.

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Meet Guest Author Belinda G Buchanan

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Belinda G Buchanan

Drama is raw. Drama is pure. Drama evokes emotion like no other. That’s why I write it. And when you combine it with tall, dark, and handsome, it’s positively electrifying.

My desire for these things started when I was a little girl playing with dolls. My imagination would create a tumultuous storyline that eventually ended up with Ken storming out of his and Barbie’s dream home and peeling away in her pink convertible.

Years later (I won’t tell you how many) I took this yearning and put it to paper. Minutes, hours, and months slipped away until I had written my first novel. Now what?

I decided to self-publish. I was hesitant at first, but three years later, I can honestly say that I’m glad I went the indie route. Why? Because going rogue allows you the freedom to publish on your own terms, and your own time. Your royalties…

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