Monday, January 7, 2019

Merry Christmas! (Wait, What?) An (Un)timely Giveaway From Jane Kindred

I know what you’re thinking. Isn’t this a little late? Not at all! Today is Russian Orthodox Christmas (and I guess also just plain Orthodox Christmas as well, but I celebrate the Russian one). That’s my excuse for my little tree (isn’t it cute?) still being up. It’s also my excuse for not having remembered to write my blog and for offering a “Christmas” giveaway! Even though I am not Russian. Nor am I in collusion with any. ;)

On this lovely Orthodox Christmas, and in keeping with the fresh start offered by the new year, I’ve been taking stock. Literally. One wall of the hallway in my apartment is stacked halfway to the ceiling with boxes of author copies of my books. I have never been good at promotion, I don’t go to conventions or conferences anymore due to reasons, and I have the classic inability to make decisions and finish tasks (or, you know, do anything) that comes with clinical depression.

The boxes are now taking over my life, and they’ve got to go. That’s where you come in.

I want to give you my books! I’m offering all five books in my Sisters in Sin series to one lucky commenter below. The winner also has the option to choose any of my other series instead, including The House of Arkhangel’sk, Demon of Elysium, and Looking Glass Gods (not including the prequel novella, which is not available in hardcopy) or even a set of my two standalone novels, Lost Coast and The Water Thief, if you prefer.

GIVEAWAY: Leave a comment to be entered to win a complete set of signed hard copies of my Sisters in Sin series (or the book set of your choice, as detailed above)! Giveaway ends at midnight PST on January 10, 2019. Winner to be determined by random drawing and will be notified here in the comments by 9:00 am PST on January 11, 2019, so check back. Winner will have 48 hours to respond. (Don’t forget to let me know which set you prefer to receive!)

P.S., I stole this post idea (and most of the above paragraph) from the lovely Lea Kirk! :D


Maureen said...

Happy Orthodox Christmas- love the tree :)

Nightingale said...

What a generous giveaway, Janet! A sort of Christmas to someone you probably don't know. Happy Orthodox Christmas.

Diane Burton said...

A generous giveaway, Jane. I love your tradition. When our kids lived at home, I would put the tree up for daughter's b'day (Dec. 10) and leave it up for son's (Jan 7). It made their too-close-to-Christmas b'days special. I hope. LOL With kids, you never know. This year, it was an effort to decorate the tree. Leaving near a Great Lake means months of gray days and lack of energy.

Lea Kirk said...

I thought I recognized the wording. LOL! You tree is adorbs, Jane. <3 Happy Orthodox Christmas!

Jane Kindred said...

Thanks, guys!

Linda, you’re the lucky winner! Email me with your address and which set of books you’d like. :)

Lea Kirk said...

Yay! Congrats, Linda!

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