Monday, March 17, 2014

#FREE #Irish historical fiction. #SaintPatrick's Day #blog hop.


Happy Saint Patrick's Day!

It's a great day to be Irish. Saint Patrick's Day isn't just a day to wear green and drink beer. To the Irish it's just as important as Christmas. It's a day you spend with your family and friends celebrating all things Irish. Saint Patrick is an important figure in Irish culture because he brought Christianity to Ireland.


In honor of Saint Patrick's Day I am taking part in the Leaping Leprechauns and Frolicking Fairies Giveaway hosted by Candace's Book Blog and Gin's Book Notes. Five lucky people will win a copy of Bailey's Revenge. 


Born into poverty by parents who once ruled over Kilmore, Kathleen McGillpatrick never longed for an affluent life just a peaceful one. Death and destruction follow her as her older brother, Bailey, leads Irish rebels to depose Earl Isaac Turner and reclaim his birthright as heir of Kilmore. Kathleen's chance encounter with Earl Turner gives Bailey an idea. Since the English Earl is so smitten by Kathleen, she should seduce him and reclaim the estate through marriage. There's only one problem. Kathleen loves Isaac and despises Bailey. Torn between her love for the English noble and her family loyalty, Kathleen must chose to honor one of the other in order to stop Bailey before he destroys everything. 

The contest will run until midnight of March 25th. You will have four chances to enter. All you have to do is press the buttons on the table below and do what it says. I'll announce the winners on March 25th. 
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9 comments:

  1. I don't have any special plans for today other than a trip to the library with the kiddos

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  2. Thanks for participating in the hop!

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  3. Wearing something green!

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  4. Pinching anyone who is not wearing green! !★ ☆ ★

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  5. I watched an Irish comedy online

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  6. Thanks for participating in the hop! Loved the videos! I made homemade fish and chips and green "red" velvet cake and cranked up the Irish tunes playlist. Oh, and beer...of course. :)

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  7. We really did not do anything on St. Paddy's day. I even neglected to get corned beef this year - cheeks red, palms face :) Thank you for participating in this fun hop.

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