Monday, December 19, 2011

What To Say?

I always have a ton of things I want to blog about. I have a list on my desktop, which grows continually, but when I look at it this morning, I'm just not sure which topic to choose.

SO - since I am involved in a couple of cool giveaways, I thought I'd take the chance to do a little more promo before they both finish up.

The Debutante Ball, A Feast of Debut Authors is a fantastic blog tour introducing you to a whole heap of debut authors and their fantastic books. Check out my side bar for details. It is definitely worth following along. Everyone has really cool stuff to giveaway and all you have to do is leave a comment! I'm having so much fun reading everyone's posts and finding out which actors each author would pick to play their MC. Super fun.

You can either follow along on this blog or you are most welcome to join us on Facebook as well.

The tour runs until December 31st. 

The other cool event that I'm having so much fun with is the YA Indie Carnival Secret Santa Giveaway. A whole bunch of carni's are giving away ebooks on their sites, PLUS there is a grand prize with a TON of ebooks to win. Again - all you have to do to enter is leave a comment telling us why you've been naughty or nice this year.

This event ends on December 23rd.

There is a world of new authors and books to discover constantly, but it's great when you get some guidance from cool events like these. I hope you have fun checking them out. It's a really fun way to get into the Christmas spirit.


  1. Awesome giveaways! :D Thanks for sharing.

    If your readers are interested, I'm giving away a book, too. It's Kiersten White's SUPERNATURALLY, and it's signed.

    It's here, if you would like it

  2. I haven't heard of the Secret Santa one. Probably a good thing, as I've been overloaded lately. Least I remembered to post for the Debutante Ball today!

  3. Thanks for stopping by Alex and Giles.

    I'll tweet about your giveaway Giles. Everyone loves winning a signed copy of something :)

    Great post for the Debutante Ball, Alex. I had fun reading it :)