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Hottie Hockey Hunks Blog Hop—GIVEAWAY!

Good morning, and happy hockey! Today is officially the start of the 2013-14 NHL season, and I for one couldn't be happier. Well, I'll be happier on Thursday when the Penguins play the Devils for the season opener, but I suppose I'm just being picky.

Anyway. Have you ever heard of a blog hop? I hadn't—until I was invited to join one! So let me explain: bloggers with common interests unite to promote each other. So below, I have a link of seven other hockey romance writers you might be interested in. If you're familiar with me, then you've probably heard of Melanie Ting—a fellow writer who got her start in Blogger. But you should check out these other ladies and maybe find some new authors to enjoy!

As a part of the Hottie Hockey Hunks Blog Hop, I'm sponsoring a giveaway (cue flashing lights! Cue trumpets!). I've decided to give a free copy of my new novel, Shots on Net, to one lucky reader who comments on this post! Please leave your e-mail address in the comment so I can contact the winner.

So here they are, the wonderful women of the Hottie Hockey Hunks Blog Hop:




So if you're a fan of hockey, and a fan of romance, check out some of these authors! The blog hop runs for the first full week of the hockey season, from today until October 8, so you visit one new author per day (at least, that's what I'm doing!).

And now I'm going to get back to writing. I can safely announce that I'm now over halfway there, so I've made progress!

Comments

  1. What a perfect way to mark the first day of the new NHL season--thanks so much!

    vitajex(at)aol(dot)com

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  2. Hi Jaymee! I`m hopping along to meet all the other hockey loving authors!

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  3. Thanks for participating

    bn100candg at hotmail dot com

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  4. I love hockey romances and now I have a lots of great books to read during intermission. kumquat8 at hotmail dot com

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  5. Thankfully, opening day was yesterday for me. I had to break down and buy a season pass to the NHL for my phone. Can't miss any of the games. It's great to see that my 2 favorite passions are now joined.
    planterofhope at aol dot com

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  6. Thanks for being a part of the hop :)
    lisahelo(at)outlook(dot)com

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  7. I'm glad that I'm following this hop! I've been introduced to some authors that are new for me & I can't wait to read their books. Love reading sports themed stories. Thanks for the giveaway!

    JessieL62 AT comcast DOT net

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  8. Love hockey and romance books. I look forward to reading your book. Thanks for the giveaway.
    sstrode at scrtc dot com

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  9. What a great hop - I'm love hockey romance books! Good luck!
    Diane
    dilynch at sbcglobal dot net

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