Drumroll please ... Ta dah!
Here it is. The gorgeous cover of my new book, Christmas Secrets in Snowflake Cove. I hope you love it as much as I do. Today is the BIG cover reveal and I'm hoping you may want to get involved and share the cover and link to pre-order the book. Read on to find out how - and get a chance to win a prize in my Christmas Secrets Cover Reveal Comp.
Each time I look at this cover I feel so festive. I want to drag the tree down from the loft and start decorating it immediately, with Michael Bublé's dulcet tones telling me it's beginning to look a lot like Christmas, accompanied by tinkling ice cubes in my obligatory glass (or two) of Baileys. It's getting more difficult to control the urge with every passing day. I have to admit, in celebration of the cover reveal, I have changed the ringtone on my doorbell to Dashing Through the Snow. I can't wait to see the postman/woman's face. Hohoho!
But enough of that. Let's start spreading the news. All you have to do is share this blog post by using the social media links, or copy and paste the link of this page and share it on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, or wherever, preferably with the hashtag #ChristmasSecrets. Then comment below, or on the pinned post on my Facebook Author page, to tell me that you've done so and, once we've verified it, your name will go into a draw for a chance to win one of the Christmas-themed goodies.
Here's an idea of what's up for grabs. Signed paperbacks, brooch, a pack of Christmas jokes, handmade Christmas cards and decorations from Kittoo Crafts, and Face Straws, (I love those straws. They're perfect to lighten the mood at a posh cocktail party! Or maybe not.) All that's missing is a cuddly toy - and I may be able to rustle up one of those before the end of the day. You can share and comment until midnight today (Tuesday 17th October.) The winners will be picked at random and the names will be posted in the comments box below and on my Facebook Author page before midnight on Friday 20th October.
I'll probably need to sleep for two days to recover from all the excitement of today... and the copious amounts of Prosecco we'll no doubt have consumed. It's a tough job but someone has to do it.