Wednesday, October 22, 2008

Book Giveaway.....UNWRAP ME anthology.....


Okay, I know I may have a few takers on this one. :)


UNWRAP ME by Susan Lyons, Melissa MacNeal and Melissa Randall

It is currently available for Kensington Aphrodisia


Over at Susan's website you can find more about all three stories by clicking here.


My question for you is:


Are you looking forward to Christmas this year, despite the economy?


Post away and I'll choose a winner later in the week.

(one entry per person)

23 comments:

MsValerie said...

Absolutely...Christmas is lovely, a great time to relax and see friends and family. The economy won't really change much for me, as my personal economy has pretty much broken the gift giving habit.

Sue A. said...

The economy really won't affect our Christmas, because for us Christmas isn't about gift giving but being all together.

Jane said...

I am definitely looking forward to Christmas. I can't wait for the family to get together.

Pam P said...

I sure am, family and friends get together, house to house, that helps keep the spirits up no matter what.

Laurie said...

I agree with the above, it's no longer about the money. My children are all either married or in college. We all appreciate just spending time together. The 2 remaining grandparents are both in their 80's... so time is precious.

The book looks interesting...all would be new authors for me.

Stacy S said...

Yes, I'm definitely looking forward to the holidays.

CrystalGB said...

Yes, I am looking forward to Christmas this year. I love the decorations, the music and the joy of the season.

nascarandbeans said...

sadly no.. im not.. my kids are past the little kid excitement of santa clause and christmas, and with dan gone this year..well.. its just not the same..im looking forward to new years, means the holidays are over and i can go back to work..

ReadingIsSoMuchFun said...

Yes I am looking forward to Christmas :-)

Hugssss
LindaH

Susan Lyons said...

Whoever wins the book, I hope you enjoy it. We sure enjoyed writing it. In my story, my heroine has suffered some bad experiences at Christmas time, which turned her into an XMas Grinch, but then she gets a Secret Santa gift (yes, male!) who believes in the spirit of Christmas and helps her rediscover it (along with love, the greatest XMas present of all).

Ruby (Mouth) said...

I am sooo looking forward to Christmas. Family and food and the Reason for the Season, Jesus. What's not to love?!

Crystal Adkins said...

Yes and no, No b/c of the high prices. Yes b/c we can spend time with the family and enjoy our two year old ripping away wrapping paper.
Susan-- I love what you just said, Love is the greatest Xmas gift of all :)

flchen1 said...

Of course! Like Ruby said, Christmas is about celebrating Christ :) And also, this book would definitely be something lovely to unwrap ;)

aromagik said...

I always look forward to Christmas, but I have no clue how we're going to be able to afford to buy all the gifts we want/need to... Might have to get creative and make some things for people.

ReadingIsSoMuchFun said...

Susan that sounds really good I would love to get myself a copy of this anthology. These stories all sound great.

Hugssss
LindaH

Caffey said...

The last few years we started having our Christmas centered around being with the small family we are and spending that time together. We then decided on just the one gift to exchange instead of multiple gifts and it made it all so special! We re-focused on the meaning and made it full with so much and with how things today with the less funds, we will still do this because it doesn't cost much to be with each other!

I'd love to be in for this anthology! Thanks!

limecello said...

Am I looking forward to it? Well I'm tempted to fill the window with yesses, but that would be annoying. So yes. Yes I am. A thousand times yes. I can't wait.

Karen H in NC said...

I'm always looking forward to Christmas and the economy won't affect my family. Since I live 800 miles from my children, I look forward to my trip north to spend a few days with them.

Maureen said...

I am looking forward to Christmas, the economy cannot ruin our family get togethers.

ddurance said...

Ooh, the cover's so pretty!

Honestly, I am not looking forward to Christmas because of the economy. It's just hard to get past that and when you've got three kids at home, they just don't understand that Santa is broke.

Deidre

tetewa said...

Love the holidays, like spending time with my relatives!

Cherie J said...

Christmas will still be wonderful for me. The best part is seeing the joy and excitement in my children's eyes.

Candy G said...

I love Christmas and I am looking forward to it and kinda dreading it at the same time, this year will be a little bit rough as my brother in law passed away at the end of Feb and this will be my sister in law and the kids first Christmas without him