We’re just about a week away from Valentine’s Day. Yes, sir/ma’am. The conversation hearts are flying and cupid is getting his bow ready.
So is the flu bug. So, be sure that what you’re getting is love before you let it kiss you on the lips.
Ahem. I was saying. Love is in the air.
And I have been feeling the love. Seems like I wake up every single day to a new email or Facebook post giving me all kinds of encouragement about Paint Chips.
It’s very generous of you.
I’m feeling the love. Big time.
Can we spread a little more love? Let’s do it.
I have a one of a kind mug. Only one exists in all the world.
The Paint Chips mug.
The winner of this mug will receive a sampling of Fair Trade Coffee as well as some lovely Valentine’s Day candy and a handmade Valentine from yours truly. Don’t drink coffee? No problem. I can find some good tea or hot cocoa instead.
Here’s how you enter to win…
1. Comment on this post. Tell me what your favorite part of Valentine’s Day is. Hate Valentine’s Day? Tell me why!
2. Post a link to the Amazon or Barnes and Noble page where Paint Chips can be purchases. Post both? Get an extra entry. (click on the names to find the links). Extra entry for each place you post (Twitter, Facebook, etc). Just tag me in the post and let me know in the comments below that you shared!
3. Post the book trailer on Facebook or Pinterest. Have you seen the trailer? My movie making guys did an excellent job with it. Check it out.
I will draw a winner NEXT WEDNESDAY! So, that gives you plenty of time to post a whole lot!
Keep telling your friends about Paint Chips, pretty please. It means a whole lot to me!
would love to win mug and coffee. Kudos again on the book.
Thank you, Sara!
I totally just sat in that rocker for the Super Bowl… 🙂 It was a hot topic of conversation!
That rocking chair is a movie star!
I know, right!?
Honestly, I like valentine’s day now that we have kids. Husbands don’t appreciate things like pink heart pancakes for breakfast or red, white and pink balloons when they get home from school. But, kids love that stuff, and it’s fun to spoil them with love that day 🙂
FYI- talking to people about a book chat- they are excited!
Yeah, I’m looking forward to plastering the whole how with heart projects for next week. Jeff will “love” it! 🙂
Ooo…thanks! A book chat is super exciting to me! Maybe I could even make a personal appearance.
A personal appearance would be awesome! -just don’t forget the brownies 😉
I never forget about brownies! 🙂
Awesome Mug! I think my favorite part about Valentine’s Day is loving on the people in my life like it were any other day 🙂 But the holiday reminds me to show love to them more often 🙂
Hope, I love how sweet you are.
I love vday!! I love ink and red together and chocolate and things that sparkle!!
Things that sparkle are wonderful.
Oh valentine’s day. I agree with Jodi that it is waaay more fun with kids. Well, until you have to get a 6 year old boy to write his name 25 times.
So proud of you!! And so happy that you are feeling the love. You deserve every ounce of it!
Aw, thank you, Amelia! So sweet of you!
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Valentines day. Hmmm well Valentines day has never been exciting for me. Yes now with kids they do cards but still it seems like its more of a holiday for the stores. So I try to make a dessert but that’s even hard because of child being red dye sensitive. That’s not fun. We just deal with Valentines day as just another day.
Hm. That is a bummer. But I do agree, the stores sure do make a lot on the cards and candy!