December 2020 Giveaway

December 2020 Giveaway if the widget is blocked or enter here.

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22 thoughts on “December 2020 Giveaway”

  1. Hope I win!!! I am due in Jan so this will go to diapers and any baby necessities since I couldn’t have baby shower

    1. No, not Santa! I just found that giveaways were a better way to bring traffic to the site than just advertising the site (which ended up costing quite a bit over time and created more superficial engagement). This way seems to be a lot more fun for people.

    1. If you do, I hope you enjoy them. By the way, mailing list subscribers are entitled to one free ebook (any title in my catalog). If you’d rather not subscribe, there are also some shorter works available for free via BookFunnel. “Angel Feather,” a short story, is the current selection being offered. Email list sign up is not required to download. Next month, it will probably be “World-Crosses Lovers,” a novella that is also a BookFunnel exclusive. Those might give you a good idea of whether or not you want to buy other titles.

    2. Would be amazing to win. I watch you here, TikTok, and YouTube. You always find such amazing deals and you now have me keeping my eye out for everything.

  2. Entered and hoping to win. I followed you on the sites you requested.
    Curious about how you choose winners and how you contact them.
    So many giveaways online that hold a contest but they never distribute the prizes and there is never a mention of a winner.
    It’s great to offer people an entry for a prize to build an audience but doing it underhandedly hurts more than helps in the long run.

    1. Gleam (my contest provider) uses algorithms developed by random.org to select winners randomly. I contact winners by email and send their gift cards the same way. (That’s why it’s important for the email address to be entered correctly, since I have no other contact information.) As for announcement of the winners, if you look at any of the previous giveaway pages, you will see the list of winners (first name and last initial) in the widget. I’ve always followed that process.

    2. I won! Got the email AND the giftcard (THANKS BILL!) if that helps your concern. I totally understand so I thought I’d share that with you 🙂 I hope you won too!

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