Tuesday, January 03, 2012

Happy New Year!

Blogging about the New Year and my passion for calendars (!?) at our Special Edtion Authors blog on eHarlequin today.  Drop in. Say hi for a chance to win a signed book.

Happy reading in the New Year, everyone!

And please note:  If you went there and the site wouldn't let you comment, leave a comment here, to this post.  I'll choose a winner here over the weekend, too!  


And the winnner is...Chrisbails!  Congrats, Chris!  I sent you a message via facebook so you can claim your signed book.  

12 comments:

Chrisbails said...

Christine you are a new author for me and would love for a chance to check out your book. Love harlequin romances and love to read. Thanks for the chance to win.
christinebails@yahoo.com

calstephanie said...

Happy New Year! Look forward to reading more of your great books this year!

Auntie Reno said...

Happy New Year! Thank you for the hours of reading pleasure!!!
AuntieReno10@gmail.com

regencygirl01 said...

Can't wait to read about Bowie Bravo

LMcLendon said...

Happy New Years!! Trying to leave a comment here since I didn't have any luck elsewhere. I use many calendars: I have them in every room and double up in some. I use different calendars for different schedulings, notes, etc. It helps keep me organized. I hope this counts as my entry and also posts too :)

Christine Rimmer said...

Chrisbails, so pleased you've started reading my books. Good luck!

Christine Rimmer said...

calstephanie, thanks! And happy New Year to you!

Christine Rimmer said...

Auntie Reno, best in 2012! And thank YOU!

Christine Rimmer said...

Regencygirl01, thanks! It's comin' right up...

Christine Rimmer said...

Laura, it does count! Good luck. And I love to see that you're a "calendar girl" too!

vedamarie said...

Looking forward to reading the new Bravo books. I have all of the original books from the beginning and I need to dig them out and read them again. Thank you so much for the pleasure you have given to me; and taking me away from real life for a little while. You are one author that I don't get rid of the books when I am done. So thank you again.

Christine Rimmer said...

Veda, thank you! Totally made my day! :)