Saturday, April 2, 2016
Here's my fun pre-Post Office trip picture. I had ELEVEN winners, four of whom are in Canada. It's been a while since I've staged a giveaway (or a cluster of giveaways) of this magnitude. I just love packaging up books and carting them to the post office and sending them off. (paying postage, not so much, but we do what we have to, right?)
Then, I have to admit, I kind of did something stupid. In my excitement to notify the winners that their packages were on the way, I let Goodreads know that I had mailed the prizes--on April Fools Day.
That's pretty much why I'm posting this today. I want everyone to know that yes, I did honestly and truly mail these books to the winners of my Goodreads giveaways for City of Light, Tea for Two, and The Lost Princess on Friday, April 1, 2016. I even have tracking numbers for the seven domestic packages.
Stop laughing. Anyone could have made the same mistake. I just got excited. :)
You don't want to miss out. Just click HERE and enter.
Birthright is the story of post-apocalyptic America, partially rebuilt to mirror a feudal system reminiscent of Europe from hundreds of years before. Verity, the oldest daughter of a king who must have sons, rebels against her father and goes on the run, risking danger and death from the wild zombie-like creatures who roam the countryside.
Verity is one of my favorite heroines, and I know my readers will love her too.
You don't want to miss out on your chance to win a copy of Birthright for yourself.