Dec 7, 2016

Hereafter Holiday Giveaway!

It's that time of avoid the holiday stress and cozy up with a good book and a cup of coffee. To show my love to all of you, I want to give away just that! A signed paperback copy of The Hereafter and a $10 gift card to Starbucks!
"The Hereafter is an afterlife love story about lost causes and second chances..."

To enter:
-Like my Facebook page
-Like the Giveaway post
-Share the
post or Tag a friend who could use a break from the holiday stress
One winner will be drawn on Sunday, December 11 at 10pm MST
(Facebook is not responsible for this giveaway. Open to US only. Worldwide applicants are eligible to win an ebook instead and giftcard)
Happy Holidays!


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