Friday, March 15, 2013

Happy St. Patrick's Day to ya!

Top o' the mornin' to ya! (Or good afternoon or good evening depending on your time zone.) I just got in on the Candlelight Reads Irish Gold Blog Hop at the last minute, so please forgive me for not writing a better blog posting. The Grand Prizes for this blog hop include a $60 gift card and a swag bag. Not bad at all!

From Devine Destinies Books:

To top it off, if I get twenty comments in the comment section below, I'll hold a drawing for a free e-copy of my latest romantic-comedy novel The Fixer Uppers. Yeah, that's right--a whole novel for free! To enter, leave me your name/email address and a short comment about what genres you like to read in romantic fiction. I really do like to hear what readers are enjoying. Often I start reading the same and finding that I like it, too! So get cracking on your comment below... and may the luck of the Irish be with you! ;)



Shannon Bereza said...

I don't have any specific genres in romantic fiction that I like to read. My taste in books is so wide that I pretty much love all romantic books. I go through phases of reading all different types. Lately its been paranormal romantic fiction. If I really had to choose I would say I'm loving the new classification on NA. I'm telling all my friend about this blog hop so hopefully we can get to the 20 comments on your blog. I would love to read the Fixer Uppers. I haven't read a romantic comedy in a really long time. Happy St. Patty's Day!! sbereza22(at)gmail(dot)com

Cynthianna said...

Thanks for your comment, Shannon. Thanks for passing the word along about the blog hop to your friends, too.:)

I'm a fairly eclectic reader as well. My philosophy of books to read is, "If it tells a good story in a decent manner, I'm all for it!" ;)

Quilt Lady said...

I read a little of every thing in romance from women's fiction on. I guess my favorite is historical and lately its been the western romance. I really like to switch around so I don't get bored with one thing. Right now I am reading a contemporary of Jill Shalvis. So I guess a little of everything but not much on paranormal.

quiltlady110 AT gmail DOT com

Cynthianna said...

Thanks for your comment, Quilt Lady. :)

I understand the idea of not reading just one thing all the time... It's probably why I became a romance reader. Romance is such a varied genre! It can happen in the past, present or future and anyplace in the world. You can't get any better than that! ;)

Ingeborg said...

Lately I've been reading a lot of contemporary romance. I also like Historical and Time Travel.


P. Creeden said...

Any book is fine but adding romance makes it much more likeable!

hosannahighest at hotmail dot com

Sydney said...

As long as its a good book I mostly read all genres except maybe horror :)
Right now, its paranormal romantic fiction. I'm giving a heads up to all my friends about this blog hop so hopefully we can get to the 20 comments on your blog. I would love to read the Fixer Uppers.
Happy St. Patty's Day!!
Sydney W

Cynthianna said...

Thanks everyone for the nice comments! ;)

I love time travel, too, but horror... Well, it leaves my blood cold. ;)

Is everyone's favorite time travel romance movie "Somewhere in Time"? It's tied with "Groundhog Day" in my opinion, but the first makes me cry (in a good way) and the second makes laugh out loud.

Catherine Lee said...

In romantic fiction, I like light, contemporary romances with a sassy heroine and some humor.
catherinelee100 at gmail dot com

Samantha Fury said...

I love clean romance, but I like to get to the chase quick. I like to know who is chasing who by the first chapter.

I don't mind some side sub plots but don't stray to often from the main 2 Mc's.

email is jacks girl at suddenlink dot net

Thanks for hopping with us

Anonymous said...

Hi I don't get to read much...but always enjoy a good old fashion romance...with A happy ending :-)

Cynthianna said...

Thanks for your comments! The happy ending is what makes me a romance fan. Real life isn't always as neatly tied up, but in a romance you can always depend on the "happily ever after" for your hero and heroine. It doesn't get any better than that! :)

bn100 said...

all kinds of genres


Dave King said...

Hey there Cyntihanna! Thanks for visiting my blog! It's been fun being part of the Irish Gold Bloghop! Hope you have a great Monday!

Cynthianna said...

Thanks, Dave! I'm impressed with the quality of the blogs I've read this weekend. Good luck to all who have commented and may the luck of the Irish be with you! ;)

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