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Friday, November 28, 2014

Merry Christmas Giveaway Hop enter to win $25 Amazon/Paypal from author Kathryne Arnold




We're taking part in the Merry Christmas Giveaway Hop, hosted by Planet Weidknecht and LeahSay's Views.

Enter our giveaway and then join in all the other giveaways listed below the rafflecopter form too!!

Good Luck and Merry Christmas everyone from myself and author Kathryne Arnold.

NOW FOR OUR GIVEAWAY.....

Win $25 Amazon.com GC or Paypal Cash 
(winners choice)
Courtesy of author Kathryne Arnold
Open Worldwide
Ends 8th December at 11.59pm EST

Author Kathryne Arnold brings us
The Samantha Clark Mysteries books 1 & 2.....
"The Resurrection of Hannah (book 1), is the story of a woman whose path is forever altered, her first tentative step leading to an astonishing life journey. As the story develops, Samantha is torn between the polarities of everyday existence ―between present and past, love and fear, hope and despair—finding herself unable to exist in two very different worlds, she must go full circle to find her way home. The Resurrection of Hannah was inspired by true events, the first in what I believe is a unique series full of gripping plots, memorable characters and unanticipated bends in the road. The sequel to this book," - Kathryne Arnold, author 

Samantha Clark meets with a monthly group to delve into subjects of interest. They dabble in meditation, dream work, and hypnosis — just friends having fun. But lately Sammi is feeling off-kilter and plagued with poor sleep. Searching for a natural solution, she discovers a bitter herb known to induce slumber, whips up a concoction to sweeten the herb, and imbibes. Unbeknownst to her, these areas of experimentation are whirling together to form the perfect storm, one that will blow open an entrance in Sammi’s mind that leads to another world, a door that can never again be closed.

She becomes enmeshed with two friends in a tug of war between life and death: Melissa is dealing with a complicated pregnancy and Julie is wrestling with cancer. Adding to this turmoil is Sammi’s disconnect with her career as a psychotherapist; her life doesn’t seem to fit any longer. Into the drama walks Todd, a handsome, laid-back guy who lightens up her days. Trouble is, Sammi is having a hard time getting close, and a nagging sense of doubt and fear. Like so many times in the past …

But the topper to all this is the dreams. They begin innocuously…but quickly morph into mind-blowing spiritual adventures. The crazy nocturnal activity appears to be related to a soulful character trying to make himself known. In a quest to uncover the truth, Sammi researches clues discovered during her nighttime romps. What she finds is another facet of herself…all wrapped up in post-colonial 18th-century clothes. Sammi flies off to New England, and with the aid of the Rev. Clark, her skeptical father, she embarks on an adventure, revealing a tragic, centuries-old mystery. One only Sammi can solve.
Book available from
Amazon.co.uk     Amazon.com     Barnes and Noble 

"The Fear of Things to Come (book 2), is considered a page-turner, a suspense/thriller/mystery that takes the protagonist on another grand adventure. Both novels present Samantha as she is confronted with diverse and surprising life occurrences, each tale presenting a labyrinth she must feel her way through, mirroring the shifting sands on which she stands. Samantha is an engaging lead character, full of human imperfection and spirit and strength, one whose infectious energy binds to the loved ones caught up in a her ever-changing life stories." - Kathryne Arnold, author

The DSM. The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders. A voluminous, invaluable tool used by psychotherapists the world over to diagnose individuals with mental illness. Referenced by Samantha Clark countless times throughout her career, never suspecting that one day it would save her life.

Samantha receives a seemingly innocent but anonymous letter, and overnight her world changes forever. She becomes a victim in a frightening game of cat-and-mouse, a nightmare that begins when her boyfriend, Todd, fails to return to the wellness retreat they own in the woods of Florida. Working closely with police, Samantha and two trusted friends discover that Todd’s disappearance is linked to a series of murders occurring in a nearby county. They soon find themselves prey to a mentally ill patient from Samantha’s past, bent on revenge. With time bearing down, they must weave together the clues found in a succession of ominous letters and the DSM to save Todd. Their mission to unravel the mystery behind the kidnapping plunges them into a terrifying maze of danger, deception, and madness.
Book available from...
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70 comments:

  1. I would probably spend the $25.00 on either a new pair of warm pants or a new sweater!

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  2. I would put it towards a new ereader if I won

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  3. I'd buy a gift for my niece...

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  4. I would buy myself a winter coat. I have not had a winter coat in many many years as I always buy for my kids first and never have any money to buy for myself or my husband.

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  5. It would go towards Christmas presents :) (lilbittypanda at aol dot com)

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  6. I would put it towards concert tickets for next summer.

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  7. Christmas present for my 1 1/2 year old twin boys!

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  8. I would spend it on Christmas presents for the family.

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  9. I would use it towards anti aging eye cream.

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  10. I would buy stocking stuffers.

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  11. I'd use it to buy some canning jars.

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  12. I would put it towards the purchase of new dinnerware.

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  13. I would buy some books for the kids.

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  14. I would get books! Thanks for the giveaway. <3

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  15. I'll use it towards a new puffer vest from AEO that I've had my eye on!! A gift to myself for the holidays for loosing 40lbs!

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  16. I'd probably buy the extended edition Blu-Ray of The Desolation of Smaug for my mom as a gift.

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  17. I would use it to buy a gift for my mom.

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  18. I would put it towards Christmas gifts for sure

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  19. I would buy my daughter some books she love to read

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  20. Christmas presents! No one expects me to have any money at all so it will be a great surprise!

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  21. I would buy books I don't have available in my country

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  22. I would use it for Christmas presents

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  23. I love to hear everyone's comments on what they would do if they won my giveaway! Best of luck to all. I wish all of you could win! May you have a wonderful holiday season :)
    Blessings,
    Kathryne Arnold

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  24. I'd use this for grocery shopping for Christmas - thank you.

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  25. Wow there are so many things we need and I need to buy my mom stuff, so that is a hard question. I would say, I would spend it on my Mom, She is 68 and we help her alot, so I would most likely put it towards something for her, I spend a ton on books for me too, so some might go towards a book or too!!! Thank you so much

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  26. I would use them to buy some books in japanese, because i try to learn it by myself :)

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  27. I am loving all of the posts and tweets by so many people about my giveaway and the many comments readers have said about what they would do if they won the giveaway. I just wish everyone could win! Hope all of you have a very merry holiday season.
    Blessings,
    Kathryne Arnold

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  28. How would you spend your $25 winnings?

    i would by me some glasses to figure out where some of these links are

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  29. There was no "like" in the top right corner, or anywhere else on the Amazon page so I just "favorited" her.

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  30. I would spend it on books from my wish list at Amazon ;)

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  31. I'd buy my parents something for this christmas...

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  32. Kimberley Thomas:
    I would use it to buy books !

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  33. I would buy books to use as stockings stuffers for our family Christmas celebration.

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  34. I would put it towards a pair of boots

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  35. I would buy books or some Christmas gifts

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  36. Maybe I'll purchase a book for my son

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  37. Nicole Carter WeasleyDecember 3, 2014 at 12:24 AM

    I would save it for Christmas.

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  38. I would spend it on books (gifts for Christmas).

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  39. I would buy Kindle books for my daughter.

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  40. I will use the money to help buy a tablet for my son.

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  41. I would by gifts for Christmas for my family!

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  42. I would use it to get Divergent, for some reason I have the other two books but not the first in the series!

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  43. I'd put it toward the down comforter I'd like to get my daughter for her new bed!

    coriwestphal at msn dot com

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  44. I would use it to buy my sister books for Christmas.

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  45. I would use it to get a few of the many, many books on my list.

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  46. I would use it for headphones.

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  47. On my favorite books wishlist of this year :)

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  48. I'd love to use it to get my mother something for Christmas :)

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  49. I would use it towards purchasing groceries and boots.

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  50. I would spend it on some books I've been wanting.

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  51. I would use the 25$ to buy some new books to get me through the holiday season :)

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  52. I'd use it to buy my granddaughter a Monster High doll.

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  53. I would spend the $25 winnings on getting some Christmas gifts for friends and family. :)

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  54. I would buy something nice for my hubby.

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  55. I would spend it on a new pair of jeans.

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  56. Would spend on more books probably wince I love to read and so does my girls.

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  57. still got some movies in my wish list - regnod(at)yahoo(d0t)com

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