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Beachwalk Blog Hop

(IN ORDER TO BE IN THE DRAWING FOR PRIZES YOU MUST LEAVE A COMMENT WITH YOUR EMAIL ADDRESS. THERE ARE MANY PRIZES BEING OFFERED IN THIS BLOG HOP. SO DON'T BE SHY, LEAVE A COMMENT AND MESSAGE TO POSSIBLY BE A WINNER.)




BEACHWALK PRESS is a great place to be. When I was looking for another home for my short erotic holiday romance, The Cowgirl's Christmas, Pam Tyner was very enthusiastic. She's always shown herself to be someone who is passionate about this business, about the books she has. She's been my editor from the first day and has shown a great amount of skill and passion for it.

Not only does she do an amazing job as the editor but she's also a great marketing and promotional support person. Never too busy to answer a question or talk about a new idea for promo. She's one of the best I've ever seen when it comes to communication with both staff and authors. We're a team - a fellowship of writers if you will who can share our trials and tribulations without worry and ask for support at the lowest points. That camaraderie and respect is just another thing Beachwalk has nurtured and I'm very, very glad to be part of such an amazing group of like minded professionals.


* HERE IS THE LINK BACK TO BEACHWALK PRESS BLOG TO WHERE YOU CAN FIND A COMPLETE LISTING OF PARTICIPATING BLOGS.
http://beachwalkpress.com/2013/07/love-on-the-beach-blog-hop-July-1st-14th/ {note: this link is not currently active, but it will be active at 7 AM on July 1st


To enter for the grand prize, please leave your email in the comments. I'll be offering up a free copy of The Cowgirl's Christmas as well as a hand crafted bookmarker. 

Comments

Lorie Glowania said…
Love this giveaway with this awesome group of authors. TY for the chance glowaniajason@sbcglobal.net
Jessica Hale said…
thanks for the chance

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Chynarey said…
Thanks for joining the hop...

caiidynsmommie(at)gmail(dot)com
Anonymous said…
Thank you for being part of the blog hop!
angiek@cfu.net
TwiMom22580 said…
The title alone has caught my attention.

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Jessica said…
Thanks for the awesome giveaway
jrryba(at)gmail(dot)com
Jennifer Mathis said…
thanks for the chance
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mertime said…
Thanks for the great giveaway! This book looks really really good! Hope I win :) mertime@q.com
books4me said…
Sounds like a family of authors! Wonderful!

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Mary Preston said…
THE COWGIRL'S CHRISTMAS looks wonderful thank you.

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donnas said…
Thanks for being in the hop.

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amanda hervey said…
thanks for an awesome giveaway! email herveya85 at gmail dot com
Mel Bourn said…
Thanks for being on the hop! I have been finding some authors and books that I didn't even know I wanted! I am loving it.
Mel
bournmelissa at hotmail dot com
Juana said…
Thanks for the chance!

jmesparza821 at gmail dot com
Melissa Keir said…
Everyone has such nice things to say about Beachwalk! What a wonderful refreshing group!

Melissa
daringzoey@yahoo.com
Crystal Young said…
thanks for a great giveaway
crystaley73 at yahoo dot com
LhasaLuma said…
Thanks so much for the giveaway! kamclauc AT gmail DOT com
Theresa said…
Thanks for being part of the giveaway! theresafisher@bellsouth.net
Karen H in NC said…
Thanks for taking part in this hop and for the chance to win your book.

kareninnc at gmail dot com
Froggy said…
Thanks for the awesome giveaway and excerpt!

Froggy
froggarita@gmail.com
E. Jamie said…
I totally agree that Pam is awesome!!

nancy777ca@yahoo.ca
laurie said…
Thanks for the awesome blog hop! =)

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Helena Ferrell said…
Thanks for the hop! deathangyl@gmail.com
Katherina said…
Thanks for the giveaway!
pinklemonade793@gmail.com
Anonymous said…
What a great HOP! Thank you for participating!

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Cathy said…
Awesome Giveaway...thank you :)
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Sue Sattler said…
Loving this blog hop, so many great books and new to me authors. I can see I'm going to bleary eyed for work monday from reading so much.

proudarmymom32(at)yahoo(dot)com
Sue Sattler said…
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melissa crisp said…
Thanks for the opportunity.
leighannecrisp @ yahoo dot com
Tara said…
Thank you for the hop and prizes. tchevrestt(at)yahoo.com

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