Last week, I asked my email newsletter subscribers if they'd like free, autographed copies of my books if they had to pay shipping and handling. You see, it costs a lot to mail things in Canada and we don't have that wonderful "media mail" like they do in the US. That's why I don't tend to offer free books or books as prizes. However, the answer was a resounding "Yes!" so I'm opening up the offer to readers of my blog as well. You won't have the same selection as my newsletter readers, because they've already spoken for many of the books, but there are still several left of some of the more recent titles.
Here's how this giveaway will work:
I'm going to list the books here. When you've decided which one(s) you'd like, send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org with the titles, your postal code if you're Canadian, your state if you're American, and your country if you live in neither. Then I'll email you the cost of shipping and handling. You may ask for as many as you'd like. However, shipping and handling will go up depending on weight, destination and size of package.
If you're still willing once you've seen the cost, you send me a check or money order for the amount of shipping and handling to the address I'll provide. When I receive the payment, I'll send the autographed books. The price quoted will the cheapest rate, so it may take a couple of weeks. In other words, I can't guarantee that the books will arrive by Christmas.
It will be on a first-come, first-get-books basis, for as long as I have books to give away. Please be patient if it takes me awhile to get back to you - I've been doing nothing but this for two days already and had to make a supply run twice! My office looks like Santa's sweat...um, workshop.
The books are:
A SCOUNDREL'S KISS
ALL MY DESIRE
THE BRIDES OF CHRISTMAS
An anthology with stories by Jo Beverley and Deborah Simmons, as well. Trade size. USA Today bestseller! Limited quantity.
GWYNETH AND THE THIEF
My one and only Young Adult historical romance. Limited quantity.
HERS TO DESIRE
MY LORD'S DESIRE
THE NOTORIOUS KNIGHT
Was it visions of sugar plums that prompted this move?
No. It's the new season of Hoarders starting on A&E tonight!