27 December 2015

Want to win a prize in my Carry on Christmas Lucky Dip?

I can't believe Christmas is over for another year. You all know how much I love it... so guess what. I'm having a giveaway of a few extra Christmas presents in my Carry on Christmas Lucky Dip. Click, 'Continue Reading' to find out how to enter to win one of six lovely prizes.

This Lucky Dip is in addition to the Readers' Club newsletter, December draw - which you can still enter, by the way. The closing date for that is midnight on the 8th of January 2016 but you have to be a newsletter subscriber for that one. Go to my Freebies and Prizes page for details and to see the prize... which is a warm and cuddly, one size fits all, slanket.

The Carry on Christmas Lucky Dip will have six prizes and yes, it is international. It opens today, 27th December and closes at midnight on Tuesday, 29th December, 2015.

I want this giveaway to be open to all readers and I know from your emails that some of you aren't on Twitter or Facebook. To make this fair, those of you not on social media can enter here, in the comments box below or you can send me an email via the contact page by clicking here. But read: 'How to enter', below, before you do so. If you do decide to enter via the comments box, please don't panic if you don't see your entry immediately. All comments go to a moderator for approval, so they will appear later... unless you are a spammer of course. Frown

The winners' names and the prize each winner has won, will be posted on the 'Freebies and Prizes', page of my website on December 30th. I'll then need the winners' postal details. If any of the winners entered via Twitter or Facebook, they'll also be notified there, and by email for those using email to enter.

I bet that's all as clear as mud! I've tried to make it as easy and as fair as I can...but I may have failed. I hope not. Scroll down to see how to enter but first, let me tell you what's in the Lucky Dip.

  • 1 prize of signed paperbacks of all 3 books in the Goldebury Bay series. That's Ninety Days of Summer, Ninety Steps to Summerhill and Ninety Days to Christmas.
  • 1 prize of signed paperbacks of A Christmas Hideaway and Carole Singer's Christmas.
  • 1 prize of a Ninety Days to Christmas mug (see image below) and a signed copy of the paperback of Ninety Days to Christmas.
  • 2 x prizes of a 'Deco' 2016 calendar, a sparkly pen (see image below) and a signed copy of A Christmas Hideaway.
  • 1 prize of signed copies of Highland Fling and Lizzie Marshall's Wedding.


Here are the mug, and the calendars and pens. You can see all the books on my Books page.

                                                          

How to enter:

If you're not on Twitter or Facebook, simply tell me, using the comments box below, which of my books is your favourite. Just write the book title, and your name. Don't give me your address here. I'll ask you for it later if you win. If you'd rather enter by email, send me an email with the subject: 'Carry on Christmas Lucky Dip', and again, tell me which of my books is your favourite.

If you are on Twitter, simply follow me: @emilyharvale and send me a tweet telling me which of my books is your favourite.

If you're on Facebook, 'like' my author page by clicking this link and then clicking on the 'Like' button just under the large, header picture. Then you'll be able to post a comment on the page, telling me which of my books is your favourite, or comment on the pinned post, 'Carry on Christmas Lucky Dip', which you'll find on my page.

Any questions? Laughing

No. Well then, Good Luck! Oh, and a very Happy New Year to you all!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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0 #8 Emily Harvale 2015-12-30 14:28
This draw has now closed. Thank you for your entries. The winners from all entries via email, this blog, Twitter and Facebook have been drawn and notified. Their names have been posted on the Freebies and Prizes page of my website. I'll be holding more giveaways soon, so please pop back. :-)
Emily x
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+1 #7 Christine Green 2015-12-29 15:48
My favourite book is "Sailing Solo" :-)
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+1 #6 Amanda Wright 2015-12-29 15:29
Wow Emily that's a tough one, it's so flippin difficult to choose just one but if your twisting my arm I'd have to say Ninety Steps to Summerhill. It was so scrummdiddlyump tious I really didn't want it to end. Lots of love xxx Mandy xxx
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+1 #5 Elizabeth Sparkes 2015-12-29 12:33
Tough decision but if I have to pick one then it is Highland Fling as one of the first ones I read.
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+1 #4 Rachel Gilbey 2015-12-28 13:25
Love all the books of yours that I have read sd so far, but think A Christmas Hideaway is definitely my current favourite
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+1 #3 Ana @ThisChickReads 2015-12-27 20:40
Emily, hope you & your family had a brilliant Christmas! I got 'A Christmas Hideaway' but was so busy and rarely on twitter, so I couldn't tweet you a gorge pic. I not only received it, but read it the same day and will review it soon. & not only that, but I really really enjoyed it and it definitely is a book that really got me feeling festive. I haven't had the chance to read your other books, but I'm definitely not stopping with this one. So, I'd really love to win nd read some of your others. Thank you for the wonderful read! Love, Ana @ThisChickReads PS. Follow you on twitter & have liked your page (Ananda Tom). xx
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+2 #2 Sarah Brew 2015-12-27 13:40
Hi Emily
I love Ninety Days of Summer - it's the perfect summer read and then there are two more books to look forward to. Thanks for the chance.
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+2 #1 Hannah 2015-12-27 13:18
My favourite book of yours is a Christmas hideaway, but I do truly love all your books. There is just something so comforting about them
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