Lucky Leprechaun Giveaway Blog Hop ~ Lucky Bundle!

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Welcome to the Lucky Leprechaun Giveaway Hop! For this hop, I’m giving away a Lucky Bundle: ebook copies of my novels Legally UndeadFairy, Texas and Waking Up Dead! So check out the books below, enter to win, then HOP to the other blogs for more entries!

 

http://www.amazon.com/Legally-Undead-Vampirarchy-Margo-Collins-ebook/dp/B00KKV44BK/

A reluctant vampire hunter, stalking New York City as only a scorned bride can.

Elle Dupree has her life all figured out: first a wedding, then her Ph.D., then swank faculty parties where she’ll serve wine and cheese and introduce people to her husband the lawyer.

But those plans disintegrate when she walks in on a vampire sucking the blood from her fiancé, Greg. Horrified, she screams and runs—not away from the vampire, but toward it, brandishing a wooden letter opener.

As she slams the improvised stake into the vampire’s heart, a team of black-clad men bursts into the apartment. Turning to face them, Elle realizes Greg’s body is gone—and her perfect life falls apart.
http://www.amazon.com/Fairy-Texas-Margo-Bond-Collins-ebook/dp/B00I7BTMJ4/

Fairy, Texas. A small town like any other. Laney Harris didn’t want to live there. When her mother remarried and moved them to a town where a date meant hanging out at the Sonic, Laney figured that “boring” would have a whole new meaning. A new stepsister who despised her and a high school where she was the only topic of gossip were bad enough. But when she met the school counselor (and his terminal bad breath), she grew suspicious. Especially since he had wings that only she could see. And then there were Josh and Mason, two gorgeous glimmering-eyed classmates whose interest in her might not be for the reasons she hoped. Not to mention that dead guy she nearly tripped over in gym class. She was right. Boring took on an entirely new dimension in Fairy, Texas.
http://www.amazon.com/Waking-Dead-Margo-Bond-Collins-ebook/dp/B00HKQQRJA/

When Callie Taylor died, she expected to go to heaven—or maybe hell. Instead, when she was murdered in Dallas by some jerk with a knife and a bad-mommy complex, she went to Alabama. Now she’s seen another murder, and she can’t just let it go; she must find a way to make sure the police figure out who really killed Molly McClatchy before an innocent man goes to prison, all the while trying to determine how and why she woke up dead in Alabama.

 

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20 comments on “Lucky Leprechaun Giveaway Blog Hop ~ Lucky Bundle!

  1. Fabulous giveaway! This is a weird question but how does one enter? ….

  2. Sarah Miles says:

    I eagerly await a Rafflecopter or comment instructions 🙂 Bought Legally Undead already, but Waking Up Dead sounds kinda hilarious, too. Need it in my life!

    • My rafflecopter didn’t post! Here’s the link: http://www.rafflecopter.com/rafl/share-code/MDc2NDEyMTFiMWVhMDg4MzE4NzZlNDdkNjZhMTgxOjEzOQ==/?

      I will count each comment as an entry, too. 🙂

      • Sarah Miles says:

        Yay! 😀 Have my fingers crossed 🙂

        For the RC question, I think the books I was lucky to read are the ones that set me down a particular path. There are some I’ve read as an adult that, while I love them and think they’re fantastic, have little impact on my life. The books that I read as a kid, though… Magic Tree House, Susan Cooper’s books (particularly The Dark is Rising series), TA Barron’s The Lost Years of Merlin, The Babysitter’s Club, and on and on helped suck me in to reading. Particularly fantasy. I was lucky for watching Wishbone on PBS, too – I learned about the classics at an early age, and started reading them in early middle school (shocking people for some reason.) And there was the Book It program thingy from Pizza Hut and Accelerated Reader program for testing your understanding after finishing books. All reasons to keep it up. The people I graduated high school with, I think maybe 10% or less have picked up a book since they were forced into it in school. I can’t imagine my life without books in it, and I’m glad that my parents encouraged it 🙂

  3. Books sounds amazing 🙂

  4. heather kaufman says:

    Thanks for the giveaway, the books sound great!

  5. Mary Preston says:

    I think that every book I have ever read had to be lucky.

  6. mamareniazen says:

    I’m not sure what qualifies as a “Lucky Read” but for me I’d say Breathers by S.G. Browne, the author sent me a copy during a rough time in my life and it made me get off my butt and find a great job at the time.

  7. anne3230 says:

    I feel lucky whenever I read a book I enjoy which is about 95% of the time.

  8. ladymagnolia99 says:

    I think I am lucky to read any book in any genre. People who do not read do not know what they are missing!!

    Judy Cox

  9. BerkeleyHapa says:

    I feel lucky to have read the Mercedes Thompson series by Patricia Briggs, starting with Moon Called, and the Toby Daye series by Seanan McGuire.

  10. This is a seriously difficult question. As a book lover, I’m lucky to be a fan of many genres and tons of authors. I’m lucky to have read all of Stephen King’s books, all of Jonathan Kellerman’s books, most of Dean Koontz’s work, and thousands of other books. I love your work, so I’m lucky to have this chance to win some of your work. 🙂

  11. bn100 says:

    pride and prejudice

  12. dianeo says:

    The Chronicles of Narnia. It’s the first series I read repeatedly, and pulled out again to read to my own kids.

  13. barniebad says:

    I read “The Adventures of Tom Sawyer” and The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn”
    by Mark Twain. I love the books for both their humor and sense of adventure. Reading these books changed my outlook on life forever and I consider myself lucky for having read these books.

  14. BookLady says:

    I feel lucky to have read the Dark Hunter series by Sherrilyn Kenyon. Thanks for the great giveaway!

  15. mdotdrizzi says:

    I felt lucky to read (and finish!) The Poisonwood Bible. It was a slow read at times, but well worth it in the end.

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