It’s a blog hop with lots of stops and prizes! Something for everyone! I have an Amazon Gift Certificate for for one lucky follower! Announcing the Happy New Year 2013 Giveaway Hop Hosted by I Am A Reader, Not A Writer & Babs Book Bistro January 1st – 7th 2013 A Rafflecopter Giveaway In order to enter, you will need to click the following link and play the Rafflecopter on my other blog. Hope to see…"Happy New Year 2013! Join me for gifts galore!"
Even though it’s the most convenient place to stash them, to keep your gloves in the best condition you should avoid sto ring them in your coat pockets. Why? Because your hands perspire when you’re wearing gloves (yes, even when temps are below freezing), and they need to dry out once you’ve taken them off, which they can’t do wadded up in your coat pockets. Instead try putting them next to your keys on your entry table. That way…"Don’t Store Gloves in Coat Pockets"
One lonely mother. Two matchmaking kids. Three eligible bachelors, and some very yummy apple pie! When widow Becky Callis moves to a new town, her intentions were to start over in a place where she’s not reminded of her dead husband. Her kids, however, take it as a chance to help her start over romantically. They soon realize it’s easier to find someone to like their mother than it is to figure out which man is…"Lonely Hearts by Amanda Stephan (Review)"
A Gift Card Giveaway! To wish everyone a Merry Christmas and show my appreciation for all of my loyal followers (and new followers), I am giving away an Amazon gift certificate to one lucky winner. As always, Tweeting about the give away is appreciated! The give away is international! Please let us know what country you are visiting from and what your Christmas wish is! Merry Christmas! To enter the giveaway, click here: Wishing everyone an early Merry Christmas! and fill out the rafflecopter!…"Wishing everyone an early Merry Christmas!"
Thanks to this post from Grammar Girl! Many listeners have asked about the origin and appropriateness of “Xmas.” Retailers have long been accused of secularizing Christmas by using “Xmas” in signs and advertisements; therefore, I suspect many of you will be surprised to learn that “Xmas” has a religious origin. In Greek, the letter “chi” is written as an X, and chi is the first letter of the Greek word for “Christ.” Greeks sometimes abbreviated “Christ”…""Xmas" or "Christmas"? An interesting tidbit. Did YOU know?"
This case may prove to be too hot to handle. There’s silver out there: Sabrina Eckhart is sure of it. And when she finds the hidden mine on that big piece of West Texas desert, all of her financial problems are solved. That is, if she can find it. The man with the skills she needs is private investigator Alex Justice—a former navy fighter pilot and a current pain in the neck. When mysterious “accidents” start to plague…"Against the Odds by Kat Martin (giveaway)"