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Thursday, June 22, 2017

Musicians on Tour Facebook Page hop

Join the fun as 15 authors bring you character interviews with their musicians! Hop over to each page, read the interview, learn about new characters (or if you've read them before, get to know them on a musical level), and win some prizes!

This page has all of the participating authors and the Rafflecopter giveaway, but you should be able to get to each page via their links. This is just a safe place to have all of the hop info.


Have fun, and happy hopping! Hope you find some new authors to enjoy!


















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Tuesday, June 20, 2017

Thursday, March 31, 2016

$3,000 Big Romance Author Spring Giveaway




Attention all awesome people! This month is a cool time to be a reader. 101 of your favorite authors contributed to one massive giveaway! Giveaway rules are listed on the rafflecopter. International peeps can play! Got any questions? Feel free to ask. There are 100 ways to enter for a maximum possible 500+ entries per person. The giveaway lasts the entire month of April, so come back every day and hammer away at a few more entries until you're all done! ONE PERSON WILL WIN $3,000 USD! That's the biggest giveaway I've seen recently! Tell your buds! Don't miss out. You'll kick yourself if you miss this one.


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Drew Jordan
Christi Caldwell
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Jenny Gardiner
Stacey Joy Netzel
Merry Farmer
Mallory Crowe
Julia Kent
Jean Oram
Vella Day
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Jayne Rylon
Sarah M. Cradit
Erica Ridley
Christine Zolendz
Beverly Preston
Marquita Valentine
Melissa Storm
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Michelle Fox
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Eliza Knight
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Tori Scott
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T.M. Franklin
Evelyn Adams
S.E. Hall
Lauren Hawkeye
Josie Bordeaux
Melanie Marchande
Raci Ames
Catherine Gayle
Sam Cheever
J.M Cole
Brooke Blaine
Ella Frank
Allison Bell
Cristin Harber
Jacki Delecki
Tawdra Kandle
Sydney Logan
Laura Kaye
Laura Kamoie
Evie Harper
P.J. Fiala
Taylor Law
Pamela DuMond
D.L. Roan
Jenni Moen
LG Castillo
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Nina Levine
Rachel Hanna
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Jessica Scott
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Lauren Royal
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Tuesday, February 10, 2015

Cover Reveal! Fallen Idol








Title: Fallen Idol 
Series: Love and Music in Texas
Book number: 4
Genre: Contemporary romantic suspense 
Release Date: March 31, 2015



Blurb: 


What goes up must come down... 

Kyra Sanders had a promising career in country music in her teen years. She gained popularity and fame, riding high atop the the charts. Then one deadly accident changed things, sending her spiraling downward to the point she went into a hiatus from music. 

Six years later, Kyra's making her return to the music scene. With an album in the works and a new song on the radio, her career is back on track, until a call from Texas with news of an accident forces her to halt her plans. 

Matt Greer is working through the aftermath of his ex-wife's abandonment when she chose to leave him and their fourteen year old son to pursue her own musical dreams. He's had enough of troubled musicians and the havoc they bring to his life. Kyra surprises him in a good way, but it doesn't mean he wants anything to do with a singer who comes to town with trouble on her trail. 

It's hard to avoid each other in a small town, especially when their families are close. Matt should stay away from the woman who could lead danger right to their town, and it's possible she already has, but he can't help how drawn he becomes to her. 

The sparks ignite, but danger lurks in the distance, only getting closer as time goes on. For two people who want different things out of life, it's possible to find healing together...


This is the fourth book in the Love and Music in Texas series, but each book can be read as a stand alone. 


Preorder on Amazon for a special Intro price of 99 cents. Fallen Idol will go up to regular price of $3.99 one week after release. 







Fallen Idol stands on its on, but you can get can begin the series with Baby Stetson. It's currently free on all outlets.  









About the Author:



I'm an avid lover of books. I've been writing as far back as I can remember, completing my first "book" by fifth grade in one of those one subject spiral notebooks. I have a passion for music, photography, jewelry and all things creative. I live in Arizona with my husband and son, but dream of being somewhere much colder and stormier. For now, I'll have to live that life through my characters and stick it out with the summer heat.

Places to find me on the web:
wwww.nikkilynnbarrett.com

FaceBook
https://www.facebook.com/NikkiLynnBarrettauthor?ref_type=bookmark

Facebook Chat group: Nikki's Book Nook:
https://www.facebook.com/groups/NikkisBookNook/

Nikki's Book Stormers: 
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Twitter: @Stormgoddess925

Goodreads: https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/6583655.Nikki_Lynn_Barrett


Email: nikkilynnbarrett@yahoo.com
I love to hear from readers!






Thursday, December 4, 2014

Romance Adventures Blog Hop


Welcome to the Romance Adventures Blog hop!


The title is fitting, and I think I'll use this time to debut my newest book. Some may have seen me refer to a story that at one point before I had a title I dubbed "The Asshole redemption story."

Let me just say, this is my most nerve wracking book yet. It was a challenge to write. It was also a story I never imagined I WOULD write.

If you've been following my Christmas stories, which started with The Secret Santa Wishing Well, and the follow up On The 12th Date of Christmas, you'll know this character, the 'hero' of the new story which I've titled 'Tis The Season For Forgiving.

I don't have the final cover yet, but this is the already paid for cover photo that I'll share.




Last year when I released On the 12th Date of Christmas, I had a reviewer who loved the book. There was a last line in her review that completely threw me for a loop.

Why? Let me share that line with you.


PPS is it wrong that i want Eric to fix himself up and try and win back Petra

I showed that review to my husband. He looked at me and said something along the lines of "Now that would be interesting."

Never in a million years did I think someone would want a story for Eric. He wasn't a likable character. If you've read even one of these stories, you'll know that.

So I contemplated. I posted on FB a question last year about the biggest assholes in books and what stories they were. I pondered and pondered. I had a conversation with the reviewer and she told me why she felt he already had one redeeming quality already.

I kept thinking about this all year. With the books being holiday stories, I'd have to follow along the same lines. I went on to write other books.  I was going to write another one of the characters stories before I even thought about Eric and Petra. It took my husband a lot of convincing me to challenge myself and write a story for Eric.  My husband and I even sat down and watched American History X. He told me it was a good movie for me to watch if I'm thinking about redeeming this character.

So I watched the movie, not expecting much.

Holy crap I was surprised by that outcome. Sure, it's a movie, it's fictional, but it COULD happen. Horrible people can learn to change. It's not unheard of.

People may be tentative, heck, I was!

But I wrote Eric's story.

I struggled. It took me awhile to get in the groove. I've been quiet about it and not really telling many people who this new story was about. Yep, you can tell I'm nervous, right?

The story is done and in revisions, and surprisingly, going well. My husband took a look at it and said it's a good story. He was surprised at one of the angles I took in it, but I felt it worked.

So there's my adventure. I even have a blurb, but I'm warning you, it's a mess and hasn't been fixed yet. However, I thought I'd share it anyway to give you a sense of this story.




Changes are in the air...

Eric Jensen doesn't need the ghosts of Christmas past, present and future to know he's made his fair share of mistakes.  The reminders haunt him every day of his life, but a terrible loss becomes an eye opener this holiday season. A heartbreaking question from a young boy pushes Eric to do some serious soul searching and helps him strive to be better.

Forgiving is the key...

Petra Cavannaugh spent the past two years growing as a person. She left her ex boyfriend and struggled to make it on her own as a single mother.  When Eric shows up at her doorstep one night just needing to see her, she wonders if he's finally becoming the man she always wished he'd be. They've been down this road too many times.

The best gift could be a second chance...

As Eric shows a side to Petra she's never seen, the two grow closer. But is forgiveness enough to take a chance on love? Eric must learn to forgive himself, and Petra has to learn to put her trust in the new Eric and not let everyone else decide for her.

This holiday could bring so much more if they open their hearts once and for all.




Excerpt:  (Note: This is still in edits. Please excuse any mistakes not caught yet)


He noticed her and his gaze moved down to the skates. His eyes went wide. “You're asking for trouble.” He warned.
“Don't I always?” She quipped, not giving it much thought. Sitting on the edge of the seat, Petra handed him the skates. “Come on. Try it.”
“You're serious.”
“I'm serious. Come on.” She prodded.
With a shake of his head, Eric reached for the skates. Score for her!  He scooted down to the edge of the bench, took off his shoes and put the skates on, still leveling her with a wary look.
“When was the last time you had fun, Eric?”
He snorted. “Fun?”
“Yes. Fun. You know, laughing, smiling. Not always so serious.” She tried to recall the last time this man really smiled. There had to be a time at least once, right?
“I don't do fun.” He shrugged.
“Well that might be your problem. Live a little.” At the last words, she immediately regretted them. He'd just lost a friend. Someone he'd met through the anger management group he'd joined two years ago. Petra didn't know much about Adrian but she did know Eric respected and cared about him.
Eric didn't respond, but at least he finished lacing up the skates. He gripped the rail and tentatively stepped out on the ice. Petra followed him and held out a hand.
“You've never skated, have you?” She asked softly. The terror on his face almost made her want to laugh. In normal circumstances, she might. But with Eric she decided not to. The man was actually afraid of the ice!
“Nope.” His small one or two word answers were better than yelling, which was what he used to do. Progress. She'd take it. He grasped for her hand, as he stumbled a little.
“I've got you.” Petra kept a firm hold on him. “Well start off slow.”
“Can't say I didn't warn you. We're both in trouble if we end up with broken bones.” Eric grumbled.
Petra laughed. “I'm not easily breakable.” She shot back.
“I've learned that.” Eric's reply could mean so many things, but he didn't elaborate. “Where's Kinley?”
She pointed over at their daughter, still with Desiree, Ben, and Jacob's brother in law's kids.
Eric had a death grip on her hand.
“Come on, let's get a little speed going.” Petra stopped when he pulled her back by staying still.
“You said we'd start off slow!” He protested.
This time, she couldn't help it. Petra laughed. “I hate to be the one to tell you this, but you can't complain about starting off slow if you're not moving at all.”
He turned around, then faced her again. “Everyone's watching.”



Thanks for reading! Check out the other participating blogs, and I hope you'll add this book to your TBR pile on Goodreads!























Friday, October 17, 2014

Release Blast: A Masterpiece Unraveled.

                                        Release Blast: A Masterpiece Unraveled (The Masterpiece Trilogy #2)
                                                      By Nikki Lynn Barrett



Blurb:


As love blossoms, twenty year old secrets threaten it all...

Becca and Hunter have always tried to make sense of a tragedy, but they never fully asked why. Why were they on the same plane? Where were they going or coming from? Recent events force them to find out everything they can about the plane crash and the events that led them there.

Becca's always been strong. She's always found a safety net in Hunter, the man who saved her as a child and always stuck by her, giving her reason to go on when no one else gave her a chance. Now she fights to keep her strength going, but her fears begin to get the better of her. The facade she tries to hold up threatens to crack.

Hunter is learning to fight his demons and put them to rest, but he can't help but worry about Becca and the future they've just begun to build. She's become the withdrawn person he'd been for the past few years and he doesn't know how to help, unless he finds the answers they both are desperate to know.

They've always battled every storm together, but a new storm could sweep in and blow the foundation right out from under them...

The second installment of the Masterpiece trilogy is full of twists, turns, and secrets that come unburied...


WARNING: This story is not a standalone. This is the second in a trilogy that follow the same characters. A Masterpiece Of Our Love should be read first.

Excerpt:



He found the house matching the address and pulled up in front of it. A simple, yet elegant two story Victorian style home. Steps led up to the large front porch. The yard had so much well kept green grass. He sniffed the air. Smells like it had recently been cut.

Hunter didn't notice at first, not until he made it halfway up the walkway, but a man sat on the porch in a wicker chair. The man climbed to his feet slowly and stared at Hunter.

Recognition?

"It's like I've seen a ghost." Joe moved to the front of the porch, holding the banister. "Charles Beckman's boy, all grown up. You look so much like your father did at this age. I never thought I'd see you again. It's been what, twenty years? You're in your thirties now?"

"Thirty two," Hunter replied. Joe was real, and he remembered him! Shit! Wow. Now how much did he remember about what happened? As much as he wanted to ask him the truth now, he wanted to know this man he'd called Uncle even more. "I didn't remember about you until recently. A lot of my memories before the accident are skewed or not there."

"I wanted to come see you after you were found." Joe walked with a limp.

"Why didn't you?" He figured he knew the answer.

"I don't know. I wasn't in the position to take you in. I thought the past was better left there. Not a day goes by that I haven't thought of your parents and you. How are you? Where are you living now? You say you only now remembered me?" Joe gestured to the chairs a few feet away.

"I've been having triggers that bring back memories I couldn't recall before." Hunter took up his invitation, settling in the chair next to the one Joe sat in before. "Doctors say PTSD."

Joe scowled. "I'm sorry. I've seen the affects of it on people many times in my life." If he was worried about Hunter bringing up the past things he'd done, Joe didn't show it yet. "Married? Kids?"

"I was married. I have a child with my ex-wife." Hunter pulled his wallet from his pocket and took out pictures of Sienna. "My daughter. She's three." He handed the photo to Joe. His hand was shaky.

"Your dad and mom would have been proud grandparents. They would have doted on her. What's her name?"

"Sienna." Thinking of his parents as proud grandparents hit Hunter with a floodgate of emotions. "I called you Uncle Joe, didn't I?" he blurted. Well damn! He hadn't meant to put it out there quite like that.

Joe's eyes lit up. "You did. My wife and I never had children. We wanted them so bad, but life wasn't ready to make us parents. You were the closest thing I had."

So why didn't you come find me?

Hunter wanted so badly to ask, but for once, he didn't blurt out his thoughts.

"You really don't have many memories before-" Joe couldn't even bring up the crash.

"No, I don't. I hate it because so much has happened, and I don't even have anything from my mom and dad to hold on to other than memories. I don't even remember what happened to the house or where we lived, for that matter." Did he live in Maryland after all before everything?

"I've got things for you then. Photos, and a few items. I was the one who cleaned the house. I kept things, some of them even yours."

Hunter sat up straighter. "You took care of my house? Where did I live before?"

Which meant if there'd been any trace of what they were doing before the plane ride, Joe could have and probably did get rid of it. How convenient.

He'd sure made the right call to come here.

"You lived in Maryland, not far from Baltimore. Since you found me, you probably know now your dad was a lawyer. Best damn partner I ever had."

Maryland. He wondered if going there one day would bring back a memory. "I got my love of basketball from him," Hunter recalled.

Joe laughed. "Actually, you both found your love of the game through me. Your dad couldn't be bothered with it before, but we used to go to games and he grew into it. Wasn't a bad player, either. We took you to games from an early age. I was real proud when you picked up the love of it. Do you play any more?"

Hunter shook his head. "Not like I wanted to. It was just one of those things I let go of. I played here and there, but the love I had for it died the night I lost my family." Regret weighed on his heart.

"Come inside. I have some home videos and albums to show you." Joe struggled to climb to his feet. Hunter aided him. "I don't know what brought you to me today, but I've missed you, Hunter."



This book is the second in the Masterpiece Trilogy. A Masterpiece Of Our Love is the first book and is currently on sale for 99 cents! This is the beginning of Hunter and Becca's story.
























Blurb:


Two Lives Torn by tragedy.

Eight-year-old Becca and twelve-year-old Hunter cling to each other and life after surviving a plane crash which stole their families.

Two Souls Seeking Love.

Each year, from the time she was old enough to travel on her own, Becca met up with Hunter on the island that altered their lives forever.

Until he stopped showing.

Her constant. Her link to the past. Gone in the blink of an eye.

Two Lives Bound by Secret.

Suffering more heartbreak, Hunter returns to the one place he’s always sought comfort, the island where he and Becca met. It was the place that stole from him, and in the same instance gave to him. He hasn't been back or spoken to Becca in four years.

Though he’s sure she must hate him for disappearing, Hunter discovers the girl gone, now a woman in her place. Hunter is determined to prove to Becca he isn’t the same twelve-year-old boy of yesteryear.

But someone isn't happy about their reunion...

Strange things begin happening. Letters start showing up in their hotel rooms and at home with cryptic messages.

Two Broken Hearts Heal as One.

With the mystery unsolved, Hunter convinces Becca to spend the remainder of the summer back home with him, both for safety and to give them a chance to discover the adults they’ve now become.

Will love get a chance to blossom, or will the past come back and tear the masterpiece of their love apart once and for all?


Amazon     Barnes & Noble


Excerpt:


"Guess what I found?" Hunter carried a sweater and a pair of sweatpants in his hands. "You'll be nice and warm in no time." He handed them to her.

Becca pointed to his head. She wished her words would just come out already.

"You don't want to change into dry clothes first?" He raised a brow, then winced. "Damn that hurts. Okay fine, you win. I will probably curse and go stark crazy, so bear with me please?"

She may not have been able to find her voice to speak, but a quiet laugh escaped her throat. At least, that's what she thought it was.

Hunter crossed his arms over his bare chest. "Are you laughing at me?" Amusement danced in his gorgeous eyes. "That's so messed up! There is a little devilish side to you after all. I like it," he teased.

Becca smirked and pointed at the first aid kit. She wondered if he remembered any of the sign language, back from when she'd been mute and unable to communicate all those years ago. But so far, he'd been able to understand what she needed. The very first time he came to visit her, he'd learned it so they could talk. She remembered that day well on her aunt's back porch when Hunter sat beside her. He asked if she remembered him. She nearly cried that he'd taken the time to understand sign language for her.

"All right little devil, have at it. Just don't get offended for any swear words I may use." He cracked a smile. She loved that he could still have a sense of humor. It showed that even though he had some injuries, he was the same old silly Hunter she knew. She pointed down at the floor, wanting him to kneel before her. Again, he cued in right away and lowered to his knees.

Becca opened up the first aid kit and searched for what she needed. As she pulled out a large bandage, cotton swabs and the small bottle of peroxide to clean the wound, Hunter hissed. She flicked her gaze back to him.

"Call it psychological warfare. I'm anticipating that it's going to sting like you wouldn't believe. I know, I know, I'm being a baby and I should just shut up." Hunter raised his hands. "Think you can do that one handed? I might need you to hold mine with the other."

Becca grinned and held out her hand. She wished her voice would work with her so she could tell him how cute he was being. She couldn't be too sure if he was putting on an act to make her laugh or if he really was bothered by what she had to do. Regardless, she felt needed. Important. Something she longed for. When his shaky fingers curled over hers, a ripple of electricity zipped through her.

Now those were strange, random thoughts.

"Your hand is so cold. Not that mine is any better," Hunter said softly. "I know, I'm stalling. I should just man up and take it, huh? You won't tell anyone about my weak side there, will you?" He chuckled.

She slid him a knowing grin and put a finger to her lips, then ran the finger across them as if to say 'My lips are sealed'.

"I knew I could count on you."


About The Author:






I'm an avid lover of books. I've been writing as far back as I can remember, completing my first "book" by fifth grade in one of those one subject spiral notebooks. I have a passion for music, photography, jewelry and all things creative. I live in Arizona with my husband and son, but dream of being somewhere much colder and stormier. For now, I'll have to live that life through my characters and stick it out with the summer heat.
Places to find me on the web:
wwww.nikkilynnbarrett.com
Facebook Chat group: Nikki's Book Nook:
https://www.facebook.com/groups/NikkisBookNook/
Twitter: @Stormgoddess925
Email: nikkilynnbarrett@yahoo.com
I love to hear from readers!




Tuesday, November 12, 2013

Home For The Holidays Hop!

http://www.theromancetroupe.com/p/home-for-holidays-blog-hop.html


Welcome everyone, to the Home for the Holidays Hop! Yes, it really is that time again!  Hard to believe, considering it feels like we are still in summer or fall...well, at least in Phoenix. We hit 90 today! Eww. (I hate the heat)

First off, a couple things. When commenting, please leave an email address in your comment! This will give you an entry to the grand prize and easy access to email you if you've won! Click on the above link to check out the other stops and for a complete list of prizes....and there are PLENTY of them!

One thing about the holidays is that there's always so much food!  It's so hard not to indulge just a bit...or a lot! I love the mouthwatering taste of a spiral cut ham...juicy, tasty...or a turkey...buttered corn, mashed potatoes. For a drink, a nice glass of eggnog. One thing I love, and it's such a simple thing, is cucumber salad. Yes, you heard me right. Call me strange, that's all right. Nothing I haven't heard before.  But for the life of me, i can't perfect the recipe to my taste at all! My mom, or my Oma makes the best ones.  I mean, how hard can simple sliced cucumbers, water, vinegar, sugar and salt  be?

haha. Do you really have to answer that?

Start off by cutting up the cucumbers to thin slices.  Pour some sugar on top and then let it set for awhile. A few hours. The sugar ends up creating a sweet juice type thing and then you have to perfect the amount of water and vinegar just right. That's where my problem lies. :) Still, I enjoy it and will eventually ONE day get it to where i'm happy.



Now the holidays aren't just about food, presents and spending....though the commercialization sometimes makes some forget about that.  I've been known to be a little jaded during the holidays and that's why I started writing a holiday story last year. Well now, that story just recently had an addition, a sequel of sorts with the same characters. I've been told these stories are a great reminder of what the holiday season is about, and that's just the message I wanted to send.






It started with this book. A special wish from a little boy set in motion a chain of events that changed his life, and his mom's.

I'm going to be hosting a small giveaway here on my blog. One lucky commenter will win an e copy of this book, my debut.

Below is the blurb:



The magic of Christmas has been lost to Jacob Winston. At the suggestion of his ill sister, Jacob takes a job as a Secret Santa at the mall, hoping to restore his Christmas spirit. Even that doesn't seem to work, until a special little boy ambles up to make a very special wish...
Cheyenne Jensen is struggling to raise her two kids without the help of her ex-husband who refuses to acknowledge his daughter's existence and doesn't provide for the son he does. This Christmas is shaping up to be as heartbreaking as the last, until her son Ben's kind actions lead a stranger to them.
Ah, but it's Christmas time and the magic has begun.
When Jacob and Cheyenne meet, neither can deny their immediate attraction to one another. As situations arise that require they spend more time together, their feelings grow stronger and stronger.
With Christmas fast approaching, the pair learn what matters most in life. Now, if only they could ditch the ghost of Christmases past.
Maybe this holiday will bring some wishes come true- for everyone after all.




And most recently, like...last week, I released the second book with the character, though the focus is on someone else. Robin is a secondary character in The Secret Santa Wishing Well, and in On the 12th Date of Christmas, gets her own story.



After being mugged, Robin Sorenson is left shaken and her spirit in humanity is broken. Worse, she's not sure how to deal with the new anxieties or who to confide in, since she's always preached to pick oneself up and move on. Yeah, she's been the go to girl when anyone's had problems. Christmas is coming, and her belief in magic and miracles has faded.

Then Jonas comes back.

Jonas Aimes made a mistake when he walked away from Robin a year earlier. A big one. He'd loved her, always had and still does, but his desire to please his aging and strict parents took precedence. Back from the overseas internship they'd struggled to get him in, he plans on winning Robin back. What he didn't count on was discovering the shell of the vivacious woman he'd loved.

Broken.

Remembering her love of Christmas, Jonas pulls the holiday heartstrings. What? All is fair and love and war, right?

Twelve days, Twelve Dates.

Robin is speechless when Jonas not only refuses to leave her alone, but dares her to accept his cheesy holiday-themed challenge. Twelve dates to give him a chance to prove that he loves her and is never leaving her again.

But in the season known for miracles, can Robin find the magic needed to open her heart and faith once more ... or will she forever wonder about the ghost of the Christmas past that could have been?




How do you win Secret Santa, you ask? Or maybe you don't but I'll tell you anyway. How about visit me on my Facebook page? Then just tell me there what you love most about the holidays.

https://www.facebook.com/NikkiLynnBarrettauthor


OR: Add my books on Goodreads! Just let me know in the comments on the blog :)
https://www.goodreads.com/author/dashboard


Good luck in the hop y'all! Hope you have fun, find some new authors, some recipes and maybe even win!


-Nikki Lynn