Saturday, December 08, 2012

12 Days of Christmas Mystery Giveaway - Day 2

About the only thing I don't love about all of these wonderful crafting mysteries I've been reading is the long wait before the next book comes out. Start a series as soon as the first book is published, and it could be almost a year before you get to find out what happens next... That's especially frustrating when you really care what happens to the characters!

Did you know that there are short stories that take place between the regular Kiki Lowenstein novels? They're available for the Kindle and dirt cheap at ninety-nine cents each. (Yes, I spent the gift certificates I'd been saving for Go! dies and bought and read and loved every last one of them...)



When the author of the books, Joanna Campbell Slan, emailed and asked if I wanted to give away twelve of her mysteries to my readers, I couldn't pass up the chance to spread my addiction!

Here's how we're doing it it --

Every day for the next twelve days, I'll be posting a new giveaway post. To enter, just leave a comment on that post. When each day's post goes live, I'll choose a winner from the previous day's post and close it to comments.



Today, we're giving away a copy of Kiki Lowenstein and the Secret Santa, a short story to read on your Kindle or with one of Amazon's Kindle Reading Apps. To enter, just leave a comment on this post.

The winner of yesterday's giveaway is Krisgray who wrote:
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Very cool giveaway! I've read several cosy, crafting mysteries but I didn't write them down and lots of names escape me! I know I've read the Southern Sewing Circle, not b/c of the sewing but b/c the main character is a librarian (I went to library school). Not long ago I read a Kindle freebie who's heroine was a soapmaker - it was fun.

14 comments:

PippaP said...

ohhh a christmas story ;o) lovely

Lisa Cox said...

Congrats to Krisgray!
I love Christmas stories.

Sue in Scottsdale, AZ said...

Perfect for this time of year!

luv2quilt2 said...

I haven't read any of these, but I'm always looking for something else to read. Thanks for the opportunity!

Lori said...

thanks for a chance to win

Kathy H said...

Sounds like a fun book. I love reading Christmas stories at Christmas time.

Joanna Campbell Slan said...

So glad to meet all of you!

Joanna Campbell Slan said...

So glad to meet all of you!

krisgray said...

Thank you, Michelle!! Always looking for a good read.

cannewa said...

Love quilting mysteries! Not familiar with the Kiki series, I will have to check them out.

Char S.

Allie said...

Congrats to Krisgray! I have a hard time waiting too, Michelle!

Dar said...

Ohh, that would make a great Christmas present for ME (first) then I could re-gift it to another mystery reader.

Jittina said...

I love reading, I love mysteries, I love crafting, so this would be the perfect story to read. I'm keeping my fingers crossed!

Maria2 said...

How fun - I've read the Elm Creek quilters books but not any of these. I love mysteries so this sounds great.

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