The Legendary Giveaway!


This giveaway will run for 1 week. I want you ALL to MAKE SURE that EVERY SINGLE ONE of your friends enters as much as they possibly can, to the best of your ability!

Rafflecopter giveaway, this way! CLICK ME!

And here are the prizes!


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The notebook that inspired Livvy’s journal in Keeper!

I hand-wrote the two poems from the book in the nice,leather notebook, and there are plenty of pages for you to unleash your own creativity.

Plus a signed copy of Keeper! That’s not pictured because I’m waiting for it to come in the mail. πŸ™‚


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Livvy’s crystal heart necklace! The pendant is a stunning cubic zirconia that will make all your friends jelly. πŸ˜‰

And two autographed Supervillain Of The Day posters, generously donated by Katie Lynn Daniels!


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Livvy’s tea tin! It has a slot in the lid to drop coins through, and a sealed package of 20 English Breakfast tea bags straight from London. AndΒ it is some GOOD tea!

And a copy of A Mighty Fortress, generously donated by Faith Blum. Tea and a good book – what could be better?

I want to see you all entering and telling your friends! πŸ˜€

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10 thoughts on “The Legendary Giveaway!

  1. Opheliaza

    Once upon a time, I joined the realm of Holy Worlds, and somehow along the way got to know a young writer. I dubbed her Imnott, for she was not that short – but still short. The end. πŸ˜‰

  2. Once upon a time, a very young and timid Dragon inhabited the wondrous land of Holy Worlds. There she met the valiant Tiger who supported her and encouraged her and protected her just like a big sister. And so they became friends. The end. πŸ˜‰

  3. Once upon a time, in the precarious realm of Social Media, a friend of mine shared this post. I didn’t actually know the blogger, but she seemed cool nonetheless, and there was no foreseeable downside to entering the giveaway and attempting to support her in her passion. I was a fledgling author, too, and knew a bit about the frustration of getting one’s career going; and so I said to myself, “Why not?”

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