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One of my publishers, Bottom Drawer Publications, is celebrating their one year anniversary, and they are giving away some great stuff!!

These are the amazing ladies who published Time or Money and Against the Ropes. They have a library of wonderful books (besides mine!) that you have a chance to win!

1st Prize:Β  All of their E-books for a YEAR. Yes, you read that right. Free E-books for a year.

2nd Prize: $20 Amazon Gift Certificate

3rd Prize: $10 Bottom Drawer Publications Gift Certificate

To win, enter below. Yes, it’s really that simple.

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34 thoughts on “Bottom Drawer Publications Giveaway!

  1. YES! Totally. My hubby and I really don’t celebrate Valentine’s Day. We do stuff for our kids, but not each other. We just focus on our anniversary. Just celebrated our 10th in May.

  2. I think commercialism gone mad I don’t think it feels like a holiday anymore plus the fact they jack the price up for everything that day and most of the time the flowers look like crap. Thank you for the amazing giveaway.

  3. Must be commercialism gone mad because romance is what you make of it. Some of the most romantic times I’ve had didn’t include gifts, special places, or anything you buy. I would much rather have flowers given to me by the person that picked them. Life is what you make of it, I’ve always been creative when it comes to romancing my guy! πŸ™‚ Thanks for the truly awesome giveaway!!! YOU ROCK!!!!

  4. Awseome giveaway!! Happy Birthday!!! Most romantic day of the year is everyday for me, my hubby makes sure to tell and show me his love everyday!! πŸ™‚

  5. Valentine’s Day used to be a big deal, but commercialism has taken all the fun out of it. Great giveaway by the way!

  6. It is commercialism gone mad! I say make any day a romantic day…..don’t wait until someone tells you it’s a special day.

  7. Awesome giveaway! Happy Anniversary! Hopefully there are more romantic days…but has gone commercially over kill πŸ˜‰ as with all “holidays” πŸ˜‰

  8. It’s commercialism gone bad and it seems to get worse every year. To pick just one day a year to be romantic isn’t fun! Any day can be romantic and it doesn’t have to include heart shaped boxes of candy, stuffed animals, or flowers. I think it’s more romantic when it’s a spur of the moment thing anyway. A sassy note, a nice dinner out, a movie or a surprise dinner at home with some romance later.

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