SAVE A TURKEY: GOBBLE A BOOK BLOG FESTIVAL (NOV 14-21)

1) HAVE FUN!!!

2) INVITE ALL OF YOUR FRIENDS!!! SPREAD THE WORD!!!

3) THIS TOUR STARTS: Monday, November 14, at Midnight (Arizona Time)
    THIS TOUR ENDS: Monday, November 21, at Midnight (Arizona Time)
    Winners will be drawn and posted November 22nd! ***

4) MEET AND MINGLE WITH ALL THE AUTHORS & BOOK PAGES! EXPERIENCE A NEW DESTINATION AT EVERY STOP! PARTICIPATE IN EVERY BLOG CONTEST AND BE ENTERED FOR CHANCES TO WIN MULTIPLE PRIZES! EVERY BLOG VISITED IS ANOTHER OPPORTUNITY TO WIN!!

5) PARTICIPATION AT ALL BLOGS IS RECOMMENDED, BUT NOT REQUIRED. REMEMBER, THE MORE BLOGS YOU HOP, THE BETTER YOUR CHANCES OF WINNING PRIZES. EVERY AUTHOR & BOOK PAGE IS WAITING TO MEET AND INTERACT WITH YOU, SO PLEASE BE SURE TO SHOW THEM SOME LOVE!

6) DID I MENTION TO HAVE FUN? WHOO! HOO!! HERE WE GOOOOOOOOOOOO!***Authors & Book Pages have full discretion to choose an alternate winner in the event any winner fails to claim their prize(s) within 72 hours of their name being posted or after notification of win, whichever comes first. Anyone who participates in this blog hop tour is subject to these rules***

THANKSGIVING DAY MUST -DO’S

I’ve established a list that my family and I follow every Thanksgiving. I hope you enjoy, and maybe you’ll find your “musts” in there, too! Share YOUR “musts” with us in the comment area for a chance to win:
FREE ANGEL WINGS REMOVABLE TATTOO
a one-of-a-kind RELIC notepad
coupon code for a FREE ebook of Brethren Beginnings Volume 1

MUST-DO’s

1. watch football games

2. watch Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade

3. eat lots of yummy appetizers all day long


4. eat traditional Thanksgiving fare: turkey, stuffing, string bean casserole, cranberry sauce, candie yams, pumpkin pie and/or bread

5.  always share what we are thankful for during dinner

 

AND I AM THANKFUL FOR ALL OF MY WONDERFUL FRIENDS AND FANS OF MY WORK! I LOVE YOU ALL!

**How would you like to do something for others this Thanksgiving? When you purchase my paranormal romance, TRINITY, for only $4.99 from www.decadentpublishing.com, you help those who are living with cancer reach their next Thanksgiving. How? All publisher proceeds go directly to the American Cancer Society.**

 

This is a Blog Hop! Have fun hopping around all of these wonderful authors’ sites! Just click on the TURKEY BELOW!


30 Comments Add yours

  1. we are thankful for you to Deena. hugs

  2. I write paranormal Upper YA Romance.
    Marilyn Yarbrough
    mk@mkyarbrough.com

  3. Ronda Tutt says:

    Wishing you a very Blessed Holiday. We love you too!
    I love your list – LOL From the time I could even remember back to, we always have watched football, usually it was the Dallas Cowboys and then we would go outside and re-inact the plays in the front yard (always 70 to 80 degrees outside in South TX during this season). We would be called in to eat and totally pig out. Now I am older and my kids now follow this routine. Totally awesome.

    Ronda Tutt
    mrsqueentutt@yahoo.com

  4. Jess says:

    Our family isn’t really into the football thing, but our musts are:

    Gather together to watch the Macy’s Parade
    Pig out on all sorts of food we’re not allowed to have during the year
    Take a Nap
    Read all the leaves on the Thankful Tree
    Go to bed early to get up for Black Friday lol

  5. Patsy Hagen says:

    Happy Thanksgiving!
    I am thankful for my family, our health and my computer. lol
    I love Thanksgiving. It is a tradition that we are all together that day. We gather around the table and after saying Grace, we each tell the others what we are most thankful for in our lives, then we eat a wonderful meal.

  6. Donna/BLHmistress says:

    Must do’s on Thanksgiving are….

    Get together with family and stuff ourselves silly.
    Watch movies and football
    Watch the parades
    After I am stuffed take a nap LOL or read

  7. Sophia Rose says:

    What a cute idea! My must-dos are very similar to yours except we spend part of these must-dos at our home: football, parade, long distance calls to family far away. Then we go to the in-laws for the big meal and the second football game. And then we end up at our military friends who have no family in the area for dessert and games. Getting up for Black Friday may or may not happen.

    Thanks for participating in the hop and for the giveaway opportunity.
    sophiarose1816@gmail.com

  8. Andrea I says:

    Some of our must-dos is Momma cooks for Thanksgiving and football is watched.
    Have a wonderful Thanksgiving.

    ainfinger@comcast.net

  9. Vanessa N. says:

    Definite must do:
    Watch parade
    Eat traditional meal

    I thakful that I get to spend time with family and frinds I don’t see often. Thanks for the chance.

    mythic021@gmail.com

  10. Amanda Wimer says:

    On Thanksgiving, we must watch football! We must eat lots of food! We MUST spend lots of time with family and friends!! We “watch” the parade while we cook the lots of food!

    iarvd@yahoo.com

  11. Shadow says:

    Aww, we love you too! Happy Thanksgiving and thank you for the awesome giveaway! Im thankful for my wonderful family and for you awesome authors out there who take me on adventures and gives me a place to escape the real world. 🙂
    shadowluvs2read(at)gmail(dot)com

  12. deenaremiel says:

    Wow! I have thoroughly enjoyed reading each and every one of your comments today! What a great start to a wonderful blog hop. 🙂

  13. Eva P. says:

    Well I usually don’t watch the parade, because I work late so I usually sleep in, I try to catch some of the games too. I’m not the turkey cooker by the way 🙂 I will usually provide a veggie tray and biscuits. As far as must-do, really the only one we have is that the whole family has to be present at the table and ready for the prayer to be read by one of our little ones, makes them feel special and very important on that day!

  14. jennifer mathis says:

    my to do list always involves puttng up the christmas tree thanksgiving night

    meandi09@yahoo.com

  15. kristina Parmenter says:

    My musts:
    Must deep fry a turkey
    Must play monopoly(and beat my brother)
    must spend the whole day with ALL of my family!

    Thanks so much for the giveaway!
    kristinaparmenter51(at)gmail(dot)com

  16. I personally don’t watch football, but if we spend Thanksgiving with my mom’s family, my uncle can’t eat without the game in the background. The rest of us stuff ourselves silly with lots of good food, then lay around doing what we call our “beached whale” impressions, while catching up on all the family gossip.

    drainbamaged.gyzmo at gmail.com

  17. Gloria says:

    We do everything on your list & also have to watch the dog show before we leave to go to my in-laws. The whole family watches it. Thanks for the giveaway!

    geschumann at live dot com

  18. Danielle Williams says:

    For me must do’s include Cooking and watching football and the Macy’s Thanksgiving day parade.

    ssromans828@yahoo.com

  19. I would love to read your Brethren series! Thanks for the chance to win!

    Well, we do not celebrate Thanksgiving over here, but at least I get a small piece of it through my friends in US and through the blog hop 🙂

    My must-dos during the holidays usually are all the same:
    spend time with my family
    eat well
    have some good wine
    read books (as many as possible)

    inga from http://www.ingasilbergbooks.com/
    inga(dot)kupp(at)gmail(dot)com

  20. dawnhagan says:

    A must for me on Thanksgiving is to make my sister-n-law my home made Banana Pudding lol She makes sure to remind me every year lol
    dawnhagan18@yahoo.com

  21. Gena Robertson says:

    Must do’s on Thanksgiving are changing as our family is growing now that the kids are grown and marrying – but the one thing that my kids always request is their favorite fruit salad. And we always make sure to voice the things we are grateful for!
    Thanks so much for the participation in the hop and the giveaway!

    robertsongena@hotmail.com

  22. what i do on that day is get the xmas stuff out and check light and t hen start put up the tree
    and then watch the parade and then hope maybe this year to d turkey
    desi the blonde @ msn .com

  23. Sherry Gloag says:

    My must do’s are reading through what you all do on Thanksgiving Day over the Pond. 🙂 Great post and pics.

  24. I’m a blog participant, and I’m trying to visit everybody’s blog. I really enjoyed your “Must Do” list. Nice post!

  25. Thankful for family, friends, heath, and of course great authors!!!

    Must dos:
    Football
    Help make thanksgiving meal
    set up kareoke section 😛
    choose a recipe to make
    thanx for the giveaway!!

    samanthadacier[at]gmail[dot]com

  26. Terri m says:

    The only must have that I really do is celebrate my sons birthday with family. He is my turkey baby. He was born two days before thanksgiving so since we spend thanksgiving with family we usually always celebrate. This yr his bday is the day after thanksgiving. Sometimes it falls right on. We do also love stuffing our faces obviously. 🙂

    Terri m
    Oklahomamommy0306@gmail.com

  27. Must do’s run around like crazy trying to get the kids to do anything! Let the kids make foods that no one (not even the dog) will eat, then laugh about it! Check on my Grandmom making sure she is doing something and eating! Cooking and eating! Just being thankful for my wonderful husband and children!
    imajicasnow@inbox.com
    imajicasnow@gmail.com

  28. Must do’s: Watch parade, eat turkey and pumpkin pie and mashed potatoes, etc., watch movies, play Trivial Pursuit after eating, and I have to throw Brownie (my cat) out of the house before putting the turkey on the table because last year she got in when we were eating and ran over my plate!

    spookycat72(at)gmail(dot)com

  29. deenaremiel says:

    KRISTINA PARMENTER!!!!!! YOU’RE MY WINNER FOR THIS BLOG HOP!!! YAYAYAYYAYAYAYAYAYAY!!!!!! Congratulations!!!!
    Hugs,
    Deena

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