New Release, Contest, Free Book, Authors in Bloom Hop

Forbidden: Claude is finally here! A heart-broken knight. A runaway bride. A love that is forbidden! Get your copy now for only 99 cents. But the price will change soon, so don’t wait! This is part of my Second in Command Series where I take secondary characters from any of my series and give them their own story.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Since Claude is the son of Celestine and John Montague from The Baron’s Destiny, I have decided to give you The Baron’s Destiny for FREE until the 22nd. This will give you a chance to know the background about Claude’s family. I also have a special gift for spring. The Sword and the Sylph is on kindle countdown for only 99 cents from now through the 24th.  This is a medieval/elemental series and the heroine, Portia-Maer is an elemental of the air. She can whip up storms in the midst of a battle. Click on the covers to get the books mentioned above.

I am also part of the Authors in Bloom hop. Keep reading to find out more.

As some of you already know, I now have a granddog. Yep, that’s right. My son got a dog and named her Banshee. At first, she was pretty wild and living up to her name. She is a nine-month-old Blue/Brown Heeler and has more energy than all of us put together. However, she is learning quickly and is much calmer lately, thank goodness.

Since spring is here and gardening season is amongst us, I thought I would share a few gardening tips with you where pets are involved. After all, I have my famous secret garden that I do not want destroyed this summer by You-know-who!

Tips for pet-proofing your garden:

  • To keep dogs from lying down in flower beds, simply drive some short stakes into the ground throughout the bed.
  • Plant pungent herbs such as rosemary and sage or spread a ring of dried mustard or crushed red pepper around plants to keep pets out of a garden bed.
  • Spread a layer of coffee grounds and bitter orange in beds to keep out the cats and dogs. Coffee grounds are also a great fertilizer for your plants.
  • And here’s a gardening tip to help your pets: use cedar chips for pathways and in beds to help protect your pets from fleas.

 

For a chance to win a Kindle Fire or Nook or a $25 gift card, join the Authors in Bloom hop!  All the authors involved in the hop can be found at the end of this post. To qualify you have to visit each authors’ site and enter their contest for proof you were there.

I am giving away a signed copy of Forbidden as well as an audiobook of Summer’s Reign, my RONE award nominated book. I would love for you to vote for Summer’s Reign so it will hopefully make it to the finals. Click the photo to vote.

To enter my contest, see the rafflecopter below.One last thing before you start hopping, my new book, Highland Secrets is now on preorder for only $2.99. This is Book 1 in my Secrets of the Heart Series. The book will release on July 6th.  Preorder your copy by clicking the cover.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Thanks, and happy hopping! – Elizabeth

 

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22 thoughts on “New Release, Contest, Free Book, Authors in Bloom Hop

  1. I love these types of blog hops:) Thanks so much for the gardening tips…I have a huge veggie garden as well as many flower beds so every tip helps! lol I also have a fairy garden which is my pride and joy:) Banshee (love her name) is such a beautiful dog and let’s hope she doesn’t decide to “help” you out in the garden! lol Carole Burant

  2. Love these tips and you always have the most beautiful plants. I buy probably about 10 books a month spending between $20-$30 I think!

  3. I don’t really know how many books. It has been varying for it seems I get so many free books from entering contests. I do read at least 5 books a week though!

  4. I’ve been a one click buyer for awhile and a lot of !y books are from my library and o.o f they don’t have it I can borrow it from another library connected to mine I typically only buy 1 or 2 books a month. Maybe $ 12- 25.
    Carol Luciano
    Lucky4750 at aol dot com

  5. I buy up to 12 books a month (lots more if you count free ones) and my range is usually 4.99 and under. I’ll occasionally treat myself to a more expensive book on my tbr.

  6. I am fortunate that as a reviewer, I receive multiples of books every month, so I don’t buy a lot of books, but i spend anywhere from $1 to $20 when I do. Thanks for the giveaway and congrats on the release and the granddog!

    elewkf1 at yahoo dot com

  7. Thanks for the gardening tips! There are a lot of stray cats in our neighborhood and I want to keep them our of our garden.

  8. I buy both ebooks and print books and spend anywhere from $.99 to $18. Although I rarely buy the hardback books, I will if there’s one by a favorite author.

  9. I buy many books each month. My book budget is $20 a month so i don’t exceed that.

    thanks for the opportunity and tips! vipersweb at gmail dot com

  10. I buy 5-6 books a month and the prices are all different.
    I love your grandpup! My dad has a red heeler and a blue heeler, they really are wonderful pups…. But they have so much energy!!

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