Thursday, December 5, 2013

50,000TH Hit Giveaway: Books That Make You Go "Ahhhh"--Romance!


Welcome to Unwritten's 50,000TH Hit Giveaway in honor of everyone who's dropped by to read this blog! Each day of the giveaway will focus on a different genre, and each giveaway will run for a week. Many generous authors have offered their books for this event, so if you win a book, please consider leaving them a rating/review on Amazon, B&N, and/or Goodreads when you get a chance to read it!

***GRAND PRIZE***
Kindle E-Reader & $15 Amazon Gift Card
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Giveaway Schedule 







*Short Stories - Dec. 9- Dec. 16

*Author Goodies - Dec. 10 (Special prizes for our participating authors only!)


That's right, peeps! Today's giveaway features those stories that make your heart flutter and are best served with a hot cup of coffee while you're curled up under a comfy afghan: ROMANCE. We've got a great selection, so take your time, peruse each author's books and prizes, and be sure to enter the giveaways for those you're interested in. All winners will be drawn a week from today. All e-prizes are available worldwide. Physical prizes may have limited shipping (e.g. US/Can only).

1. Tallenmere Fantasy Romance Series by Mysti Parker (PDF, Mobi, or ePub: 3 sets available)




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2. Domingo's Angel by Jenny Twist (1 PDF or Mobi)
3. All in the Mind by Jenny Twist (1 PDF or Mobi)



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4. Sweet Lenora and To the Wind by Ute Carbone (1 Set of both E-books)



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5. Hemphill Towers by Leona Pence (2 Sets of E-book, signed 4 x 6 book cover & ink pen--Available Worldwide)
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6. Wind and Shadow: Book One of the Talbot Trilogy by Tori L. Ridgewood (3 PDF or Mobi)
7. Mist and Midnight: Prequel to the Talbot Trilogy by Tori L. Ridgewood (3 PDF)
8. Merchandise by Tori L. Ridgewood (US/Can Only):
Wind and Shadow signed bookmark (3) 
Wind and Shadow / Mist and Midnight combo mug (1 ) 
Wind and Shadow / Mist and Midnight combo pen (2) 
Wind and Shadow notebook (1)

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9. Dreamz (Wunder 0.5) by A.R. Von (3 E-books & 3 Signed Bookmarks--Available Worldwide)

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10. Florida Heat by Jody Vitek (2 PDF)
11. Rescue Me by Jody Vitek (2 Print Copies-US Only & 2 PDF)


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12. Venice in the Moonlight by Elizabeth McKenna (2 E-book or Paperback--Available Worldwide)


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13. Merry Christmas, Henry by Aubrey Wynne (1 E-book)


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14. Covert Exposure, a Nick Spinelli Mystery by Valerie J. Clarizio (1 E-Book)

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15. The Man Behind the Mask (Releases Jan 2014) by Barbara Wallace (2 Print-US/Can Only)


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37 comments:

  1. My Christmas list consists of gift cards to B&N and Gamestop video game seller, some new sweaters, and a XBOX ONE.

    I am a hopeless romantic so I do believe in true love.

    I would love to meet Mrs Right at my local cafe for intros...

    My fav historical time period would have to be 1600 - 1890...

    I have no romantic Christmas memories because I have not been on a date in over 10 years.. :(

    No I would not want to be in love with a spy because it would be too dangerous...

    Office romances are generally not a good idea because people can become jealous if the other is promoted higher above them or one is fired/quits...

    --DREW
    andrew.g_2013@yahoo.com




    My favorite drink would have to be Earl Grey Tea(hot)...

    I would love to be a shifter because they have all of the fun!!!


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  2. For Mysti - My Christmas list has tech toys on it. Kindle Paperwhite 3G, Xbox One, PS4. Fun stuff :-P

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  3. For Jenny - no, I don't believe there's such a thing as true love. I think there's attraction, and there are people that are determined to keep it going. If you put your heart into it, I think you can love pretty much anyone.

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  4. For Leona - I like plum wine :) But wine isn't my go to drink, ever. I prefer hard cider. Used to be big on the cocktails, but cider's almost guaranteed to be gluten free, and gluten supposedly irritates my health problems. Plus, less sugar.

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  5. For Tori - Definitely vampires. The biting...

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  6. Jody - At a concert. Music's a big part of my life, and I'd want someone that has similar (or at least decent) tastes. Seeing your favorite bands live is just a great time. I'd want to have someone that's interested in going to those.

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  7. Elizabeth - I *love* reading about things set around the Romanovs. So I guess around that time. Maybe around Leonardo da Vinci's too - I admire his innovative thinking :)

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  8. Two years ago with my ex. We were long distance, and he drove up to spend two weeks with me. It was wonderful having him here, but it was also nice to learn about how he/his culture celebrates :) He's Brazilian. Learning more about him, spending time with him and the puppy with picked out at a shelter where he lives... It was nice.

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  9. For Valerie - Sure, I'd date an agent. The mystery would be cool. So long as I'm loved, he could do whatever and I'd be fine. Just no murdering, that I couldn't take.

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  10. Barbara - I think they're nice because they give you something extra to look forward to when going to work. But it's a double edged sword - bad breakup, and it can make work reaaaally awkward.

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  11. LOL Smiles! Been there, done that! Thanks for hosting me Mysti! I'm so glad to be part of this blog giveaway. And congrats on 50,000 hits! What an accomplishment!

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  12. my Christmas list consists of just being able to give my children a Christmas...

    I would rather be a Witch for sure!

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  13. One of the things on my Christmas list is the complete digital set of national geographic. It has every issue from 1888 through 2010. I love national geographic.

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  14. I do believe in true love, but I think you can truly love someone, even if you can't be with that person.

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  15. I'm not much of a wine drinker, but I had this wine at Olive Garden was sweet and I really liked it, but I don't know the name of it. I like sweet wines is the only answer I can give you...lol.

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  16. Let's see if I can remember what I'm supposed to answer in the post! For Christmas, I'm happy if I can get my kids a few gifts to open under the tree. However, if I asked for something it would be a new camera. Mine died and I have eight kids, four grandchildren that I love to photograph! I am a hopeless romantic and believe in love at first sight. My favorite historical period is 13th century Scotland. No to the office romances! Somebody will end up hurt in the end. angelarosebooks@yahoo.com

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  17. I'd be a shape shifter, because I like to blend in.

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  18. I would meet Mr right, well, thinking about it, does it really matter where you meet, so long as you meet?

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  19. I love acient times and Victorian times.

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  20. It would be interesting to date a secret agent, but there would be too much worry and danger for it to be worthwhile.

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  21. I don't think it's a good idea for office romances, but only because so many people don't act like am adult in the event of a break up.

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  22. My most romantic Christmas memory was surprising my husband with an arc welder and seeing the expression of love on his face.

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  23. think true love exists
    coffee
    witch

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  24. don't know
    regency
    decorating the tree together
    maybe not for the dangerous job

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  25. no because you work together

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  26. An iPad is definitely on my Christmas list.

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  27. I don't drink wine, so besides water, I like Coke.

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  28. Where would I want to meet Mr. Right? Well, anywhere. I'd just like to meet him. :)

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  29. I suppose an office romance could be a bad idea if the relationship ends badly, but I'm not so sure that you should avoid them either. You never know, the perfect person for you could be right there.

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  30. Office romance is a big no no it almost always turns out bad Thank you for the giveaway.

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  31. I would be a shifter and I wouldn't want to choose a location to meet mr right I would want it to just happen I think I like the 1800's I love the old dresses Thank you for all the giveaways.

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  32. Congratulations on this awesome milestone :) I would prefer to be a witch.

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  33. on my Christmas list this year?
    A new golf cart for the farm... but I doubt Santa has that much cash.

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