December 9, 2011

M/M Week GIVEAWAY: Winter Warmers



There’s no better way to end M/M week than with a giveaway. One lucky commenter will get an e-copy of the Winter Warmers anthology (you can read my review here). To enter the contest leave a comment telling us what’s your favorite holiday story, it can be a book or a movie. Please don’t forget to leave an email on the comment so I can contact the winner.

  • Winner gets one copy (e-book) of Winter Warmers (Anthology) by Chrissy Munder, Clare London, JL Merrow, Josephine Myles and Lou Harper.
  • Contest open internationally.
  • Contest ends on Sunday, December 11th 2011 at 5pm EST.
  • Winner will be chosen using random.org, announced here and contacted by email and will have 72h to respond.
  • You must be at least 18 years old to enter the contest.


Baby, it’s cold outside! Beat the chill with Winter Warmers – a seasonal anthology 

Mulled wine. Butterscotch kisses. Hideous sweaters. Candy at the beach, or a trip to a sex shop in Amsterdam. And the man of your dreams, wrapped around you… 

Winter warmers come in many shapes and sizes, from the tongue-in-cheek to the hot-as-hell. Enjoy a quintet of heart-warming tales of men loving men from Clare London, Chrissy Munder, JL Merrow, Josephine Myles, and Lou Harper that are guaranteed to leave you with a smile on your face. 

One thing’s for sure—it’s going to be a red-hot Christmas!
Winter Warmers by Chrissy Munder, Clare London, J.L. Merrow, Josephine Myles and Lou Harper
Pink Squirrel Press; November 25, 2011.

12 comments:

  1. I'd love to win this anthology, I'm totally in the mood for Christmas shorts. Great giveaway! :)

    On of my favorite Christmas stories is another m/m short that always pops to mind when I think of holiday romances: it's Making His List by Devon Rhodes. This was such a lovely story, especially considering its short length. It felt so well-rounded and it had it all: great characters, a well developed plot, a nice life's lesson, hot scenes, tenderness, heart aching moments, humor, emotional depth and a sweet happy ending. And best of all, it was much more than just a holiday story.

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  2. OMG! I'm soooo reading that story, thank god for ebooks and instant gratification!

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  3. I love winter/christmas storys. I just finsihed reading Bring Me Home for Christmas by Robyn Carr and this book had me in tears...And if I am crying about a book, you can bet it is a good one.
    Thanks for the giveaway

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  4. Don't enter me because I already have it, but just wanted to say this was a great anthology.

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  5. Love Christmas stories! I'll go with a movie, my favorite that I have to watch during the holidays is National Lampoons Christmas Vacation, then of course the classics like Rudolph, Frosty the Snowman, etc.

    Eva
    evitap67(at)gmail(dot)com

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  6. @Kathleen: LOL about the crying, I'm the same way! It's like crying is a quality stamp for me. I'm glad you liked Bring Me Home for Christmas, right now I'm reading her next book, Hiddin Summit, and so far so good, wait until you meet the brooding hero ;-)

    @Jay: very good right? Can't wait to read your review.

    @Eva's Flowers: National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation is one of my all time favorite movies, Christmas and in general, although the first movie is my favorite in that series... Great choice!

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  7. So many stories to choose from. I think 'Mariah the Christmas Moose' may just (only just!) win because of the title.

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  8. Hi Stevie! You forgot to leave your email and I can't find it in your profile, if you come back leave another comment with it because otherwise I won't be able to enter your name in the contest :-(

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  9. i love the film Home Alone - my favourite for the winter season. i am always watching it on christmas.

    witchvela at web dot de

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  10. The Polar Express came out the year I had my first baby. It's been a tradition - through two more babies - ever since. We have the soundtrack in the car for the commute, too. :)

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  11. My favorite holiday movie is "Ziemassvetku jampadracis" (it's in Latvian) and it tells the story of the Cirulisi, a tight knit family down on their luck, and their trials and tribulations during the Christmas season, but the love that they have for each other can triumph over anything that comes their way.
    Sounds a bit corny, but it's so genuine and warm, you can't help but love it! :)

    japoki at inbox dot lv

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  12. @Yto: Home Alone is another of my favorites, both movies are...

    @Possum: same thing I said to Stevie, can't find you mail in you blogger profile and I have no other way to contact, if you by any chance stop by again please leave a comment with your email.

    @Aija: 'tis the season to be corny, right? That sounds like a fantastic story!

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