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Friday, August 24, 2018

#Giveaway of The Shift of the Tide by Jeffe Kennedy




Hello, dear readers! I was lucky enough to attend the annual Romance Writers of America conference in Denver this July. AND, I got to share some wine with the always fabulous Jeffe Kennedy!

Of course we talked books, wine, but also coffee. Jeffe has a podcast, you can find them posted on her blog, First Cup of Coffee. She talks about her writing, the industry, and all kinds of fun randomness. It's a great podcast to follow, especially if you're a fan of her writing or an author. 

But back to her books. At the time, Jeffe was very close to finishing The Orchid Throne. I love the sound of this book and can't to get my hands on it! We also talked about The Exile of the Seas, which I gave a 5 wine review, watch for that one on Labor Day, and her Twelve Kingdoms series. So excited about what she has in store for us! Be watching her social media for news, she's good about keeping readers informed. 

I'll stop gushing and sorry I can't share any spoilers I learned because, well...spoilers! But I CAN share a copy of The Shift of the Tide I picked up while in the mile high city, actual book pictured below... 









GIVEAWAY:


To enter, fill out the rafflecopter and let me know what you'd ask Jeffe if you had the chance to meet her for happy hour. (US and Canada only for this giveaway. Our dear international readers, I'll do an ebook giveaway for you when Arrows of the Heart releases)

a Rafflecopter giveaway






4 comments:

erin said...

What's her favorite book and why :) thanks for sharing! THis sounds fabulous! thanks for sharing!

Alexia Chantel said...

Ooo, Erin, great question! Good luck in the giveaway!

Arf2-D2 said...

Is it hard to come up with such beautiful titles.

Plus a comment for the blog admin.
I'd really prefer to be able to choose which email to use. I almost didn't enter this because it automatically links to the email account that I prefer to keep private/only for family use. I'm okay with not being anonymous and understand why you do it. I'd just appreciate a little flexibility to choose which of my emails to use.

Alexia Chantel said...

Thanks for letting us know you had issues with the email for the entry. I switch between profiles and have to log out of my one email so I can use my 'contest' one, which is a pain for Rafflecopter. If you enter other drawings on other blogs are you able to switch?