Can you believe that in just a couple short weeks, Valentine's Day will be here? I'm not sure about you, but this day has changed a lot for me over the years. No more do I daydream about dozens of roses or boxes of chocolates arriving on my doorstep. In fact, my husband and I don't really celebrate it as our anniversary is so close to it--shot myself in the foot with that one!
But I still like Valentine's Day. I mean, okay, sure. It's basically about buying a bunch of over-priced, half-dead flowers and boxes of chemicals, sugar and fat for your significant other ... but wait, where was I going with this?
I like Valentine's Day because it's a day to celebrate who you love. And that doesn't have to be romantic love. Celebrate anyone's love: your kids' your dog's, your mailman's ...
This year I'm celebrating YOU lovely readers, who I appreciate so much. I've created a special Sharing the LOVE Contest. If you missed my January newsletter, here's what you need to know and how to "play."
Sharing the LOVE: Enter to Win an Amazon Gift Card
If you've read Shadow in the Woods, please leave a review. I can't compete with huge publishing houses. That's why reviews mean so much to me.
As my way of saying thanks, I'm going to randomly draw 2 lucky winners who click the link below. The prize? Two, $10 Amazon eGift Cards. All you have to do is click the link at the end of this post.
1) click the link above
2) click "Write A Review"
3) sign in to Amazon if prompted
4) select a star rating
5) write a few short words (or long words, I won't judge)
6) click the 'submit' button
7) tell me that you clicked the link below (otherwise I have no way of knowing you did)
If you've already left a review, be sure to click the link anyway so you'll be entered into the contest. Just to be clear: all you have to do to enter is click the link. You do not have to leave a positive review or even a review at all. I'll draw the winners on 2/14/18!
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