Friday, August 10, 2018

Weekend catch up and giveaway

So yesterday Facebook,  Blogger  and I didn't coincide. That was because I was helping the Babe Magnet celebrate an important birthday and we spent the day wandering around a major antiques centre - so that he could enjoy being amongst beautiful things that were older than him!! 

 The Pink Heart Society workshop had a bit of a hiccup too but I just posted to next section for that over on the Aspiring Authors Forum,
Apparently today is National Book Reading Day - so to celebrate that I'm running a small giveaway over the weekend. I've just received author copies of this book Ruthless Revenge - Sinful Seduction so I have 2 of them 
to give away. It's a 3 in 1 with titles by Kate Hewitt and Nina Milne. Just tell me what book you'll be reading over the weekend - put your answers in the comments below - and I'll get the stars of International Cat Day ie Charlie and Ruby to pick a winner each on Sunday evening - and I'll send the books out to the winners on Monday. Have good weekend. (And check in on The Pink Heart Society Aspiring Authors forum for more of the 12 Points.)


Summer said...

I'll be reading Heist Society by Ally Carter this weekend, it's a bit different from the things I normally read so I haven't quite warmed up to it yet, but hopefully I'll get into it the further I go with it.

That's a cute/smart idea going antique shopping on a birthday, I quite like that.

Laney4 said...

Annie West's His Majesty's Temporary Bride has been waiting for me for ages, and THIS is its time, LOL! Always enjoy Annie's stories, so was thrilled when I scooped this up!
Yes, I too like the idea of finding things older than yourself. I remember going to a museum with my dad, who was in his seventies at the time. The things I learned from him and about him and his parents was memorable, to say the least. Wish I could go back to that day and relive it....


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