Saturday, October 31, 2015

Author's Favorite Things Holiday Giveaway



It's the most wonderful time of the year...at least for me it is! I love Christmas and my favorite part is giving gifts. So I'm super excited to have joined with nine of my fellow authors to give away some of our favorite things this holiday season!

One of my favorite things is Crystal Decanters. I love the look of them (and usually what's stored in them!). They certainly add a touch of class and elegance to any room. My giveaway gift is a beautiful Godinger Hughes Crystal Wine Decanter. All you need to do is enter below!


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Visit each author's Rafflecopter daily for more chances to win. And be sure to enter the grand prize drawing daily. Win PayPal cash, an Apple Watch, Tiffany & Co champagne flutes, and more.


Participating Authors
Aria Grace, M/M Romance Author
Aspen Drake, Contemporary Romance Author
Charlotte Abel, Paranormal and Contemporary Romance Author
Cora Maxine, Paranormal Romance Author
Effie Kammenou, Food Blogger and Romance Author
E. L. Todd, Contemporary Romance Author
Kyan Christopher, M/M Romance Author
Kristina Renee, YA Contemporary Romance Author
Sara York, M/M Romance Author
S.B. Hadley Wilson, LGBT and Women's Fiction Author

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23 comments:

  1. Looking forward to reading your books Kyan. Great covers as well.
    Thanks fo this giveaway chancee.
    Carol L
    Lucky4750 (at) aol (dot) com

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  2. Have so many favorites in this giveaway. Love the echo by Amazon and the decanter. Beautiful.
    Favorite recipe. no bake cookies. Simple and yummy with just cocoa, oats, butter milk and sugar mixed together on med heat, then dropped by spoon on wax paper makes a perfect cookie

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    1. Mmmm! I love no bake cookies. I could get sooo fat eating those! Thanks for joining in on the fun Brandi!

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  3. Have so many favorites in this giveaway. Love the echo by Amazon and the decanter. Beautiful.
    Favorite recipe. no bake cookies. Simple and yummy with just cocoa, oats, butter milk and sugar mixed together on med heat, then dropped by spoon on wax paper makes a perfect cookie

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  4. I would say hot chocolate! Love to make fudge also. The kind that you make with marshmallow cream. It is a never fail recipe.

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  5. Hot Chocolate would be my favorited. Entering under the name of Virginia

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  6. I have never been able to drink as I have Kidney problems. I wish I could so I could try some of the fruit drinks I have seen. I have smelled many of them sadly It's just not worth to have have small sips of them because of my health.

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    1. That sucks! A good winter non-alcoholic drink is Spiced Tea! My mom makes it all the time and it's so good to snuggle up on the couch with and watch Christmas movies!

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  7. You are new to me and I know now what I have been missing out by not reading any of your books. I will be taking care of that problems soon.

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    1. Awesome! Thanks Felicia! If you signed up for my mailing list (which is one of the entry options) you get a coupon for a free copy of Bathhouse (Book 1) from Smashwords! Then you can try me out for free!

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  8. Iced Coffee....most holidays are in summer in Australia so we prefer cold drinks :)
    I make this in bulk for the family
    6L milk
    2L light vanilla ice cream
    50g jar Nescafe Blend 43 coffee
    sweetener to taste

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  9. Oh, Holiday drinks? Our uncle dick makes one he calls a pink drink. He won't tell the recipe but I know cream soda and some alcohol and another ingredient. Lol but it is awesome. They sneak up on ya! And your books are awesome! Can't wait for the next one or two or three......hehehe

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  10. I love apple cider and spice chai.

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  11. This looks like a wonderful prize that would go well with mu wine glasses.
    JWIsley(at)aol(dot)com

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  12. i love hot chocolate made with milk not water

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  13. I love a champagne
    beverage that I can't remember the name, I suppose it could be a Pink Lady or something along those lines. It's best to use a good quality champagne. Here's my recipe (I hope I can remember how to make it...it's been years...):

    Pink Lady

    Ingredients:
    Good quality Champagne, well chilled
    Raspberries (frozen will work, slightly thawed)
    Fine sugar (or Splenda for those who can't have sugar)
    Top shelf vodka (a fine potato vodka such as Chopin works well), chilled in freezer several hours

    Take a raspberry and smear around the rim of each Champagne flute or glass to be used. Mash some raspberries in a small bowl or saucer. Dip rims of champagne flutes/glasses in mashed raspberries; immediately dip rims of glasses into the fine sugar or Splenda.

    Muddle a 2-3 raspberries to place in the bottom of each glass (2-3 raspberries per glass). Pour Champagne into each flute/glass until about 2/3 full. Gently float enough vodka on top of Champagne to fill glasses. Serve immediately.

    I apologize this recipe is a bit rough. It's off the top of my head. I hope I've not forgotten anything.

    michelle_willms at yahoo dot com

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  14. This is such an awesome giveaway! Thank you!

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