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Tuesday, November 22, 2016

Turkey Trot Blog Hop

By Kristy McCaffrey

As we approach the Thanksgiving holiday season here in the U.S., my thoughts always turn to one thing. Okay, yes, it's pumpkin pie but the other thought is how much I look forward to sneaking away from the crowd of family and friends and losing myself in a book.


I did this as a child and I admit the impulse is still there as an adult. Back in my youth, I would clutch my latest Nancy Drew book close, but these days I'm fortunate to have my kindle handy. It's always filled with an exciting adventure, whether it be a romance or a sci-fi yarn or a thrilling young adult dystopian fantasy.


I remember going to my grandmother's house with a book in hand, just in case I found a bit of down time, and I usually did.


So what are you reading this holiday? Black Friday and Cyber Monday are coming, so it only makes sense to stock up on some great reads.


Nothing makes it easier to tune out your family than a good book. :-)


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To get you started, check out this blog hop!!
Leave a comment on my blog for a chance to win a $25 Amazon gift card and an autographed copy of
ALICE: Bride of Rhode Island.
(International winners will receive an ebook instead of a paperback.)
You'll also be automatically entered in the Grand Prize giveaway -- a $50 Amazon gift card.
Visit the other blogs for a chance to win more prizes and gain additional entries for the grand prize.
All winners will be chosen on Friday, November 25. Please leave an email in your comment so that you can be contacted in the event that you win.

Find all the Turkey Trot Blog Hop info here.

Visit all the participating blogs:



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ALICE is on sale for only 99 cents!!

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Alice: Bride of Rhode Island is thirteenth in the unprecedented 50-book American Mail-Order Brides series.

Fleeing her stepfather and an arranged marriage in Newport, Alice Endicott finds work as a seamstress at the Brown Textile Mill near Boston. When a devastating fire destroys the factory, she and all the girls face dire unemployment circumstances. But hope arrives when their manager, Roberta McDaniel, shares the Grooms’ Gazette with them. Each woman will choose a husband and become a mail-order bride. As Alice’s friends—Lottie, Leora, Judith, Beth, Lessie and Josie—embrace the idea, she too becomes caught up in the excitement of a grand new adventure.

When fisherman Frank Martel contacts her, Alice can’t pass up the opportunity to return to Rhode Island despite her stepfather’s presence. Upon arriving at the train station in Tiverton, however, Frank neglects to meet her.

James Martel is shocked to find a woman at the rail depot claiming to be his brother’s fiancĂ©e. Even more surprising is her connection to a man who ruined James’ father years before. When Frank confesses that he can no longer wed Alice, James steps forward to fill the role since the beautiful young woman holds the key to avenging the Martel name.

Can Alice convince her new husband that their marriage is worth saving once she discovers his subterfuge? And will James learn that love is more important than revenge?

A sweet romance set in 1890 America.

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31 comments:

  1. I am thankful for a healthy family this year! Thanks for being in the blog hop. :) lattebooksAThotmailDOTcom

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  2. I have yet to read one of your books so would welcome the chance to do so. It sounds really good
    jwisley(at)aol(dot)com

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  3. Hi, Kristy! Happy Thanksgiving from The Book Review!! I'm thankful for health, my family, including my fur babies!
    http://www.the-bookreview.com

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  4. Hey Kristy, I hope you and your family have a wonderful thanksgiving! - Janet Lessley
    akjamma@yahoo.com

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  5. Good morning. Happy to be here today
    judytucker1947@gmail.com

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  6. I am so thankful my brother and dad are still with us. I love all your books and have reviewed for you in the past. I, as a child, also read and devoured Nancy Drew. What an introduction to reading. vera28546@yahoo.com

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  7. I am so thankful for the writers that I have met, online and in person. You all make me feel like part of a group of people that I have something in common with! As a reader, an avid reader, I've always felt like I didn't fit in with the party-people, the drinking folk, the athletic folk - but now I've found MY PEOPLE! And I love talking to others about books that we have in common :-)

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  8. My family knows not to interrupt me when I'm reading - they get the death stare when they do! Happy Thanksgiving!!

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  9. Happy Thanksgiving ❤️
    I'm thankful for my hubby's health. Thanks for the chance as I haven't read any of your books yet.
    Koala571 at msn dot com

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  10. Hi Kristy! Don't enter me in the blog hop contest...I just hopped over here to check out your blog and to say have a safe and happy Thanksgiving!

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    1. P.S. - Loved all the pictures! I can SO relate!

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  11. There are so many books on my TBR, I have not decided yet what I will be reading. Happy Thanksgiving! bambingbling at gmail dot com

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  12. Happy Thanksgiving. May your day be filled with love, joy and some really good reading. Doris

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  13. Happy Thanksgiving thank you for the opportunity to read your blog.

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  14. I love to get lost in a book and hate for someone to talk to me when I'm reading.
    sstrode at scrtc dot com

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  15. I'm reading Nine Rules to Break When Romancing a Rake by Sarah MacLean. Thanks for e chance. Happy Thanksgiving. rc12d@yahoo.com

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  16. I tend to block everything else out when I read. I enjoy these mail-order bride books. Thanks for this opportunity.

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  17. Oh so cute! I love all those graphics. :)

    I'm not entering. I'm just stopping by to say hi to a fellow Turkey Trot Blog Hopper.

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  18. Making Her His by Lucy Leroux. I'm a little behind on some ARCs, so I'm going to catch up on them this weekend! blueirishmoon at hotmail dot com

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  19. I have yet to read one of your books so would welcome the chance to do so. It sounds really good

    parisfan_ca@yahoo.com

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  20. Wishing you a very blessed and Happy Thanksgiving, Lady Kristy!!! ;)

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  21. I am thankful for my wonderful husband. Have a wonderful Thanksgiving.
    skpetal at hotmail dot com

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  22. I'm reading Ann Charles' Wild Turkey Tango in preparation for my own Thanksgiving.
    dianegarland12@gmail.com

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  23. I am currently reading Dancing At Angel Abbey. Thanks for the fantastic giveaway. Happy Thanksgiving! bhometchko(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  24. I hope you have a good holiday. I just finished Moody by CM Seabrook
    daydreamingreader@gmail.com

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  25. I like to read too! I hope you enjoy your Thanksgiving! I just finished reading The Second Man by Emelle Gamble! Five stars!
    lindaherold999@gmail.com

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  26. I love the BYOB meme! Too much going on today to read, will hit the TBR pile hard over the weekend. Thanks for the fun!
    emmasmom69 AT gmail DOT com

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  27. I can't tell you what i am going to read because my tbr list is huge. I buy books all the time. But the pile next to my reading chair says it is a Sherrilyn Kenyon reread then a Joy Nash book. Thanks for the BYOB meme it is awesome.

    Happy Holidays

    j.m.platt83@gmail.com

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  28. well me and im still doing i went to libary and then i get up to 15 book a week read and then during the summer my grand i would go yard slae and i pick up nacy drew or the paper back i could take with me camping and then report on them i would do the report for the libairan and then won alot a wards
    desithelbonde@msn.com

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  29. Loving all of the memes. Too true.

    marypres(AT)gmail(DOT)com

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  30. Congratulations to Diane Garland!! She's the winner of my giveaway. Thanks to everyone for stopping by!! Cheers, Kristy

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