Monday, November 10, 2014

New Adult Blog Hop for Ten Minutes for Christmas December 1-7

Books To Go Now is happy to present our First New Adult Blog Hop!DECEMBER 1-7



Everly’s not sure why Logan is sleeping on her mom and dad’s couch. They’ve known each other since they were kids, but he can’t just keep coming in and out of their lives. They’re not kids anymore. 

For now, he’s in their life, but when a crisis strikes will they be ready to commit to each other? Logan’s just a family friend, right? All he's asking for is ten minutes... and then he'll make it through the day. 

Story 1 in the best-selling New Adult Christmas series.

Let’s celebrate this wonderful genre, New Adult Romance!! If you’re a New Adult romance author or a New Adult romance book blogger, join me in the New Adult Holiday Blog Hop!

The Grand Prize will be (Four) $25.00 Amazon Gift Cards!

$25.00 donated by Jennifer Conner
$25.00 donated by Sharon Kleve
$25.00 donated by Natalie Nicole-Bates
$25.00 donated by Amber Daulton

I love putting up my Christmas favorite decorations. Many of which I got from my mom.

What is your favorite holiday tradition?
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5 comments:

Christina Riggs said...

I like putting up my ornaments on the christmas tree. Baking sugar cookies, making fudge and hard hot cinnamon candy! Thank You!

Deborah Close said...

All the kids and grandkids come over and decorate my tree with all the special ornaments and their ornament for the year. ( I buy them a new ornament every year). We have lunch, decorate the outside of the house, then spend the evening playing games and having dinner.

Karina Hernandez said...

My favorite holiday tradition is watching the Christmas parade.
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Book Attict said...

My fave holiday tradition is making paczki (Polish donuts) that we only make twice a year (on Christmas and Fat Thursday).

Thanks for the amazing giveaway!
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Holly Letson said...

Spending time with family. We stay up all night cooking the dinner, then eat early on.

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