Thursday, March 28, 2013

Hoppy Easter Eggstravaganza Giveaway Hop

Welcome to the Hoppy Easter Eggstravaganza Giveaway Hop. This giveaway runs March 29-April 5, 2013. Please fill out the form below to enter. Five winners will be chosen. Winners will get their choice of any of my eBooks. A Smashwords code will be sent.

You have to like my Facebook fan page for your first entry (this is just liking the page, you don't have to friend me). You can get up to 3 more entries by leaving a comment below or following or friending me on the websites below for a total of 4 entries.

a Rafflecopter giveaway


  1. Fun giveaway! I will share through twitter and google plus. Have a great weekend. :) Best (also- in answer to giveaway question- I love books with multiple points of view)

    1. Thanks :) Anytime you or Susan want one of my books, just let me know.

  2. I love books with any point(s) of view as long as they are awesome :) Thanks for the giveaway !

  3. I think a book should contain as many points of view as is needed to convey the story in the best way possible. one is good or multiple is good. It just depends on the tale and the flow of the book. Thank you for this giveaway! HAPPY SPRING! =)


  4. I like a book in 1 or 2 points of view. More than that gets a little confusing sometimes :) Thanks for the hop !

  5. I think more than 2 points of view a story gets confusing.
    rilekat2 at gmail dot com

  6. I think 4 maximum.
    Happy Easter or should I say, Hoppy Easter! I love these hops so much! I try to do every one I come across. For this Easter, I celebrated by sleeping in and then going out for dinner and ice cream with my family. It was fun. I hope that your Easter was just as fun!
    Thanks for the giveaway!

    mestith at gmail dot com

  7. I think it should be 2 max, more than that would be a little much.

  8. I like books with 2 points of view after that it can get very confusing.

  9. It depends on how well it's done! I read a book last summer with four POVs, and the author handled it skillfully. I personally love reading 2 different POVs.

  10. One point of view is perfect. For a while, it was popular to have two sides, usually his and hers, but I didn't really like it. Three or four is simply over-kill. I honestly wouldn't be able to concentrate on a book with that many perspectives.