Tuesday, January 3, 2012

What's Your Favorite New Year's Memory?

Check this out!
The New Year Blog Hop!

Come visit us on Jan 4th! Over 60 authors and reviews are going to talk about their favorite New Year Memory! What does that mean for you? Well we are giving away gift cards, books, and other swag goodies throughout the day! Each author will chose their own winner - so that means over 50 winners! And you can win on multiple pages!

And the best thing? We have TWO Grand prizes.

One being a Kindle Fire to a lucky winner!
Our second grand prize is a $80 Amazon GC!


So be sure to come by and try to win some amazing prizes! See you then!

5 comments:

Stacey Jo Siferd said...

Hi Wendi :) Thank you for the invite!! I'd have to say this NYE would be the best because we were all together for the first time in12 yrs and because I finally realized why everyone else has been excited over the ball drop. It means alot more to me now:)
Hope you had a wonderful NY <3

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nancy said...

My husband and I had a blanket ceremony at midnight and did the legal wedding the next day(New Years Day). A very good friend who is a Native American shaman preformed the ceremony and it was a night I will never forget. My husband passed away 2 years later and I miss him still.

orelukjp0 said...

Thank you for the great contest.

I hope you have a happy and prosperous new year.

orelukjp0 at gmail dot com

BookAttict said...

Every year, my best friend and her husband throw a massive NYE party. After almost everyone leaves, I sit around with some of my best friends, (we don't see each other nearly as much as we'd like to),and we just talk about the year just past, good memories -- it's just a wonderful way to celebrate, and we've made it an annual ritual.

Thanks for the giveaway and have a Happy New Year!

elizabeth @ bookattict . com

Arthur Caudill said...

In the past, most of my New Years centered around excessive drinking and partying. From the time I was 18 'till I was 30 I was a party animal. I parties like it was 1999 from 1989 on. In '99 I drank screwdrivers 'till I was so wasted that I took an ice cold shower to revive. I got married in 2000 and now I don't drink. Now I am happy to stay at home with my wife and daughter. I can actually remember New Years Eve, now, and I look forward to the new year. Happy New Year to you and your family. Sincerely, Arthur. highwayman99c@Aol.com