Release day giveaway

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So, my friends, in celebration of the release of my Christmas story, Humbug, I will be giving away THREE copies of Humbug or (if you already have it) last year’s festive story Rest And Be Thankful, your choice.

To enter, just leave a comment telling me who your favourite character in a Christmas story is, whether book, movie or other.

Good luck!


33 thoughts on “Release day giveaway

  1. I adore Clark Griswold from National Lampoons Christmas Vacation all he wants is for his family to enjoy Christmas together and as usual it’s all mayhem plus a young Johnny Galecki stars as Rusty gotta love that


  2. My favourite Christmas story is The Nightmare Before Christmas… Andy character in that film would do for me, though if I had to choose one, Jake Skellington would be the one.
    Thank you for the giveaway. I’m really looking forward to reading Humbug πŸ˜‰


  3. Elizabeth (Barbara Stanwyck) in Christmas in Connecticut! “I’m tired of being pushed around. Tired of being told what to do. Tired of writing your gol-darned articles. Tired of dancing to everybody else’s tune. Tired of being told whom to marry. In short… I’m tired!” She never got enough credit for her comedic chops! lol


  4. Andrea Speed wrote a fabulous little Christmas story featuring the characters from her ‘Infected’ series, which can be found on her blog – “Merry Christmas, Roan”. So my answer is Roan! πŸ˜€


  5. Miracle on 34th Street is my favorite Christmas movie, so I guess the character has to be Kris Kringle. πŸ™‚ Thanks for the chance. I’m looking forward to Humbug!


  6. How exciting – I’ve not entered a give-away before, but I can’t resist yours! I think my current favourite character in a Christmas story might be Stephen Day in K.J. Charles’ Feast of Stephen – a whole different kind of magic of Christmas!


  7. Okay, I’m totally not sucking up, but one of my favorite holiday stories from last year was Rest & Be Thankful, so I’m going to nominate Cam & Rob as my favorite holiday characters.


  8. Fielding Monroe in Blame it on the Mistletoe by Eli Easton, I love the way he manages to be dorky, naive, devious and sexy all at the same time.


  9. I think it is a tie between Noel Snow (that name alone πŸ™‚ from Josh Lanyon’s Icecapade and Gavin Lowden from Winter Knights by Harper Fox.

    (Oh, please don’t include me for the giveaway, because I have already bought and hugely enjoyed Humbug – and of cause your story from last year,, too.)


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