Saturday, December 15, 2012

12 Days of Christmas Day 6

It's the weekend! Happy Saturday, everyone! I bet you're all excited to find out who won yesterday's giveaway, right? Well, here we go! The winners are... *drumroll* Beth, Shannon, Heather, Andrea, and Sandi! Congratulations to you all! I'll be in touch shortly to find out how to get you your prize!
On the table for Saturday, December 15 - Six people who comment will win an e-copy of The Abigale Chronicles - Book 3

Here's how to enter:
Go agree with the tags or add some of your own on the book's Amazon page. Then come back here and leave a comment telling me what you would do if you were the prince or princess of a kingdom.

Don't forget, the day is still coming when I'll give you the chance to sell your book to me! Might be tomorrow, might be day 8, 10, or even 12. But whichever day it is, that's how many books I'll buy from my fellow indies :)

Well, that's all for today, folks! Until next time, WRITE ON!



  1. Agreed with and added tags.

    If I were the princess of a kingdom, I would make sure my subjects were well-fed, keep the peace with other kingdoms, put together a group of brave warriors to keep us safe and protected, and do my best to meet the expectations of my subjects.

    1. You would be a good princess, Andrea :) Wait until you see what Ms. Abigale does :) Thanks for sharing.

  2. If I were a princess of my own kingdom, I'd take in as many needy children as I could and make sure they were fed, educated and had somewhere warm to sleep and people to love them.

    1. I love that you love kids, Becky! I do, too. How awesome are you? But, all women are princesses in their own right :)

  3. call me ignorant but i couldn't find the tags! ugg...

    if i were a prince, i would do what i could to help my people live as self sufficiently as possible to relieve taxes or heavy burdens. i would also attempt to make sure the homeless or orphans and widows, etc. were taken care of. i would also allow anyone and everyone the right to an education.

    1. They're near the bottom of the page, right after the reviews (which this book doesn't have lol)! I love the last part of your idea there the most. I think with educated citizens, a country goes much further than without. Thanks for sharing!


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