It’s the holidays! Time for lights and decorations and singing and great food and wine and gifts! Oh, and speaking of gifts, how about a little holiday giveaway? I’d love to give away three e-copies of my new holiday romance–A SMALL TOWN CHRISTMAS.
Here’s all you need to do for a chance to win an e-copy of the book–just comment below and tell me your favorite kind of holiday treat. I’ll pick 3 winners at random from the Comments section and announce the names Monday morning (December 24) here on this post and on my Facebook page, so be sure to check back!**
Note: Comments are moderated, so yours may not show up immediately, but it will be there as I check and approve comments throughout the day.
So…come join in the fun and tell me what you love to eat at Christmas! I’ll start–I love mince pie!
**Giveaway Rules: No purchase necessary. Open to entries from Thursday, December 20 to Monday, December 24 at 6 am EST. Must be 18 or older to enter. Winners are chosen at random and gifts will be e-mailed to winners on December 24, 2018. Odds of winning are determined by the number of entries. Void where prohibited.
Patty Fontenot Duplechin
Merry Christmas. Thank you for the chance
We have three winners! Cheryl Hastings, Sue Cooper, and Donna Durnell are the winners chosen at random. Congratulations to all three of you. You’ll be hearing from me soon! Merry Christmas, everyone!!
I love fudge!
I love fudge or homemade cookies.
Sharon R Cowan
Spiked Eggnog namely Pennsylvania Dutch Eggnog which has a blend of brandy, rum and bourbon.
This book looks and sounds amazing!
Two favorites – I make fudge every year and my mom makes peppernuts (cookies) every year.
Hubby likes mincemeat pie. I had thought I might get one made for him before Christmas, but don’t think I’ll make it. But if it is for New Year’s I don’t think he will mind.
I would love to have some good homemade chocolate fudge with nuts, and some good homemade smooth peanut butter fudge. It’s been years since I’ve tried to make either, but I do miss my Mother’s.
I have made 2 batches of Snickerdoodles in the last couple of weeks. And that’s been the first of those in quite some time. [have you realized, I don’t cook?] Of course, I do like snickerdoodles any time of the year. 🙂
I have always loved getting the special fudge that my aunt only makes at Christmas time. When I see that box in the mail from her, I can’t open it fast enough. =)
I love to eat frosted sugar cookies.
I like the mini Reese cups wrapped in foil, shaped like bells.
I love Mexican hot chocolate cookies and pecan cookies. Would love to read this book.
I love those little Russian tea cookies. Only the past two years, I’m opposed to all things Russian.
I love snickerdoodles
WOW ! I can’t wait to read this book !
I love Italian pizzelles!
My favorite treat is peanut butter cookies with a Hershey Kiss in in the middle. (I don’t know the actual name! We just all attack the plate as soon as they come out)
My favorite holiday treats for Christmas-time are ginger flavored things like Gingerbread Lattes, Gingerbread Cake, and Gingerbread Cookies.
I’d love to read your book. Thanks for the chance
Pretty much anything sweet.
Would love to win a copy!
I have always loved chocolate fudge at Christmastime. Mom always made it.
I have 2 things that I love to eat for Christmas. My Mom always made a date nut cake over the holidays. One weekend was devoted to baking enough for family, friends and to mail to family who lived out of state.
My second favorite thing was my mother in law’s cookie melts. Very similar to a Melting moment cookie, but with a secret ingredient she never did share until after her death, it was nutmeg! I have recipes for and make both, but my cookies never turn out right!
Forgotten Cookie egg whites, sugar, whipped to hard peaks, baked and left overnight in oven..
Nan, I already have a copy of this book so I do not need one. It is a wonderful Christmas story. Eagerly awaiting the next in the series!
I love Christmas stories the best.i tape Christmas hallmark movies read and love Christmas year round!!!!
I love decorated Christmas cookies with royal frosting. I use to make them for my girls to take to school at Christmas time. I like they are simple and not too sweet, but full of holiday cheer. i wold love to read A Small Town Christmas. I love Christmas romance stories.
Love the cover. I love the anisette cookies my sister-in-law makes.
favorite treat is brown sugar pinwheel cookies.
I can’t wait for the next book in this series. Don’t enter me in the giveaway since I already have an e-copy of this book.
What a beautiful cover! My favorite treats are peanut butter blossom cookie!
I love Christmas cookies, but being GF now, I’m going to need to adjust recipes, if possible
I would love to win this read it and post a review! Love ur books