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12 Days of Christmas Book Giveaways

It's giveaway time!

It's day three of the 12 Days of Christmas Book Giveaways and that means it's my day to host a giveaway.

Two winners will win an e-copy of my new release 'Tis the Sneezin'! (Winners will be chosen on Christmas Day 12/25/15.)

Here's the book: http://amzn.to/1TK0V1v



Tis the Sneezin' Description:

Traveling nurse Mercy Mares is up to her eyeballs in donations for the town's annual holiday celebration. Every nook and cranny of her house and all of her friend's and neighbor's houses are overflowing with gifts for ill children in her local hospital. It's all she can do to keep track of what is what and who is who. 

On the night that she and her merry band of helpers are to deliver these gifts, everything, including gifts she bought for her loved ones, simply disappear without a trace. 

Now, Mercy has to find the thief before those who appointed her this year's Mrs. Claus find out that they're missing and dozens of children are left disappointed. 

Enlisting the help of her reluctant loved ones, Mercy has a humdinger of a mystery to solve in a flash in order to save Christmas. 

This is Volume 7 of the A Mercy Mares Cozy Mystery Series. Each book is a standalone.



All you have to do to win is follow these prompts: Rafflecopter

I'm not the only author hosting giveaways on this blog tour. There are plenty of other Sci-fi/Paranormal/Fantasy and Romance/Mystery authors taking part in the festivities.

Here's the list to hop on board this 12 Days of Christmas Book Giveaways train:


Day 1 Monday 12/14/16 -- Angela Carling http://angelacarling.blogspot.com/
                                            Tamara Passey http://www.whyigetup.blogspot.com/

                                            Britney Mills http://www.writingunblocked.com/2015/12/12-days-of-giveaways-sharechristmas

Day 3 Wednesday 12/16/15 -- Nicole Zoltack http://nicolezoltack.blogspot.com
                                                 Ava Mallory (That's me!)

Day 4 Thursday 12/17/15 --  James D. http://writingdreams.net/?p=4311
                                               KJ Traynor http://www.killarneytraynor.com/wanderings

Day 5 Friday 12/18/15 -- Bron Whitley http://www.ajharred.wordpress.com/
                                         Rachel Skatvold www.rachelskatvold.com

Day 6 Saturday 12/19/15 -- Jennifer Kibble https://phoenixelement.wordpress.com/
                                               Kari Trumbo www.theeditorsnote.com

Day 7 Sunday 12/20/15 -- Lea Doue http://www.leadoue.com/blog
                                           Brenda Anderson http://brendaandersonbooks.com/blog/

Day 8 Monday 12/21/15 -- Emily Bates https://bumblesbooks.wordpress.com/giveaway/
                                            Stacy Monson https://landof10000words.wordpress.com/bloggingfun/

Day 9 Tuesday 12/22/15 -- Peggy Urry http://peggyurry.blogspot.com/
                                            Anna Del C 

Day 10 Wednesday 12/23/15 -- Cassie Sheils https://www.facebook.com/Cassie-M-Shiels-692384544165255/timeline
                                              Valerie Ipson valerieipson.blogspot.com

Day 11 Thursday 12/24/15 -- Melanie Mason www.melaniemasonauthor.com
                                                Frances Hoelsema www.franceshoelsema.wordpress.com

Day 12 Friday 12/25/15 -- Tara Ellis http://taraellisauthor.blogspot.com/
                                            Marianne Sciucco http://mariannesciucco.blogspot.com/

Hop on board! Meet some fabulous authors and win some great prizes!

Good luck and Happy Holidays!




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  1. Merry Christmas To You. We also have shared some beautiful images and Wishes For Christmas 2017. Please have a look on my Website.

    Merry Christmas 2017

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