Monday, November 25, 2013

Giving Thanks Week

I've not yet caught up on my blogging schedule, but I'm determined to get there. Since we celebrate Thanksgiving this week, I thought I'd hold some giveaways as my way of saying thanks to all my Toriana readers. Here's the first:



If you'd like to win these print ARCs of Disenchanted & Co. and The Clockwork Wolf (which I will also sign for you) and this hand quilted and beaded mini-tote, in comments to this post tell us something for which you are grateful by midnight EST on Friday, November 29th, 2013. I'll draw one name at random from everyone who participates and send the winner the ARCs and the tote. This giveaway is open to everyone on the planet so please join in.

17 comments:

  1. There are many things to be grateful for - freedom..living in a democratic country..basically living in safety... But what I am most grateful for is my loving, funny and supportive family.

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  2. I am grateful each and everyday for my good health which is so important.

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  3. I am grateful for a wonderful family whose support has been constant.

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  4. I'm grateful I'm living so close to most of my family.

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  5. I am always thankful for my family. They are always there when I need them :)

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  6. Oh, Lord... as Susanne said, there are so very many things to be thankful for, it's difficult to choose just one.

    How about authors who by dint of their words take me away from the dreary humdrum everyday life to magical worlds with brave heroes and strong heroines? And the pleasure of returning to those worlds again and again.

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  7. I'm extremely grateful I have my job, my health and my family & friends. My mum used to say "count your blessings because there is always someone worse off than you", so even when work is getting me down I'm still grateful to have it and my family for support.

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  8. Lynn,
    I am extremely grateful to have recently found out that I am pregnant. I have had many problems in the past and now I am fortunate to have an OB doctor who wanted to know why I was having problems. Now, with a little bit of luck and the grace of higher powers, I hope to carry full term. At 39 years old, I had almost given up hope! This Thanksgiving will forever be special to me!
    Tami
    Jacksonville

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    1. Congratulations Tami. Lovely news.

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  9. I very thankful for my good health and the good health and happiness of my family and friend

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  10. I am thankful for my three kids. They keep me grounded.
    SandyL

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  11. I am thankful to have found a way to be content with what I have, both in physical abilities and material stuff. I am also so very thankful for my husband.

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  12. My kids. My kids. My kids. How on earth did they turn out so wonderful? (And annoying, but that's another story.)

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  13. This is probably said so much, but I am grateful for my husband. He's really picked up the slack I have created by trying to 'win' NaNoWriMo. He brings me decaf coffee while I am writing, puts up with my distracted nature, listens to me babble on when I am so thrilled with something one my characters has said or done... He takes living with an author in stride.

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  14. I am thankful to my family, my dog, and my incredible local employers. I would be beyond screwed without them.

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  15. I'm grateful for good health, and for love and compassion in others. As a nurse I see critically ill patients who do not have the blessing of good health, their strength and attitude of gratitude throughout their stay amaze me. While money and stuff are nice to have, it's love, compassion and kindness that leaves a lasting legacy.

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  16. I am thankful for my family and friends who have been the backbone for me especially this year and for many years now.

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