Christmas Wishes Blog Hop!


It’s hop time again! This time I’m part of a HUGE hop featuring a lot of giveaways and some awesome grand prizes!

The Grand Prizes are: A Kindle Paperwhite, A Nook Glow, and a $90 choice giftcard for either amazon or barnes and noble. Both tablets will come with a book bundle! To get in on the grand prize giveaway, check out the Rafflecopter on the BTS page HERE

And now for my giveaway…

Leave a comment below (please include your email) and tell me what you love best about the holiday season. Is it the cold weather and chance of snow? Getting to spend time with loved ones? The decorations and presents? For me, I like the hope and warmth of Christmastime, especially the magic of Christmas Eve. I’m also partial to lights this time of year, be they part of an outside display, the twinkling lights on a tree, or candles filling up a church sanctuary.

All the comments will go into a random drawing for a PDF ebook copy of my first novel, the urban fantasy In the Red.

And be sure to check out the next three participants on this awesome blog hop!

Zillah Anderson

HEA Romances with a little Kick 

Cinsearae S.–Dark ParaRom/Horror Author

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13 thoughts on “Christmas Wishes Blog Hop!

  1. I love the Christmas music…I could listen to it all year round. My family is usually out of sorts with each other, but in a perfect year or world, I would say family togetherness. I am a new follower as . Merry Christmas! I can be found and followed at
    Happy Reading!

  2. I watched the trailer without sound, so not sure what your book is about totally, long black nails and blood! I love Xmas, the music, the lights, the magic, the 24th, church, snow, gingerbread cookies and of course memories n being w family!

  3. Merry Christmas! I love having the family all together for the holiday. Thanks for being part of the hop and for the chance to win.
    reneebennett35 (at) yahoo (dot) com

  4. I have two favorite symbols of Christmas both on Christmas Eve night. One is watching our totaly darkened church start with one lit candle, passing it one person at a time to the person next to them until the church is aglow only in candlelight by a candle held by each person. The other is driving through a neighborhood that has no street lights and seeing both sides of the road lit by luminaries (candles glowing inside a paper bag), creating a path through the darkness. Both remind me how God’s love truly comes to each of us to see the world anew as when he sent Jesus to live among us and to reach out and accept with unconditional love those he encountered.

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