MY SPECIAL GIFT TO YOU: WIN FREE BOOKS & MORE!

Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays to all!

A few wonderful authors will join me this holiday season in giving away books to a few lucky winners.

Entering to win is easy! All you have to do is like the Facebook post for this blog. You can increase your chances of winning by answering the following questions in the comments of this blog or on the Facebook post of this blog. If you can’t answer all of them, just answer what you can.

1) What kind of books do you like to read?
2) What are you reading now?
3) What book have you wanted to read?
4) When you read the description of the prizes (below), what comes to mind?
5) In one word, how are you feeling this holiday season?
6) If you could do (or have) anything this holiday season, what would it be?

Please, no mention of political parties or political figures and nothing disrespectful toward anyone. Let’s keep this peaceful. 🙂 Violators of this rule will be disqualified from the contest, and the offending comments will be removed.

List of prizes:

A series of books from Yvonne Hertzberger (medieval fantasy series) including: Back From Chaos, Through Kestrel’s Eyes, The Dreamt Child: Earth’s Pendulum, Book Three, and Labyrinth Quest (Kindle books)

Go to links for individual descriptions.

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Seasons by David AntrobusEdward Lorn, JD Mader, and Jo-Anne Teal (Kindle book)

This collection of four inter-woven stories explores the quest for redemption in a world made chaotic by emotional disorder. Broken characters brace themselves against their elemental constructs – only to find that nothing is promised and that nothing comes without a price.  Four seasons. Four stories written by four critically-acclaimed authors. Are the seasons reminders of our growth or a glimpse at our slow decay?  The answer is not as simple as it seems.

ALL PROCEEDS FROM THE SALE OF THIS BOOK WILL GO TO THE NATIONAL SUICIDE PREVENTION LIFELINE.

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The Dreadful Doctor Faust by K.H. Koehler (Kindle book)  (Gothic horror) *trigger warning, explicit*

Three victims disappear off the streets of New York, never to be seen again: a high school janitor, a top New York model, and a barkeep. Three people who have seemingly no connection to each other. Yet all three are connected to Louise, a teenage runaway who has recently gone missing. Louise came to the big city to create a new life for herself. That life ended when a cruel sadist abducted her, mutilated her body and face, and dumped her remains in the East River. Not quite dead, she floated ashore to the ruins of an abandoned church. There she was found and saved—but what saved her wasn’t human. He hasn’t been human in well over one hundred years. The underground calls him the Doctor, a shadow-figure who wields the powers of life and death in equal measure, and for his own dubious purposes. A Victorian-era, genius surgeon who has discovered the secret to not only defeating tissue rejection, but immortality itself, he rebuilds Louise, giving her a new face, a new identity, and a taste for revenge. Now Louise is back, remade and redesigned into a perfect murder machine by the Doctor’s talented hands. She is cutting a path of vengeance through the echelons of the city, and nothing in heaven—or hell—can stop her.

Listed a Top Book of 2010 by Literary Mayhem.

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Holiday Heartwarmers: An Anthology of Short Stories by Sunanda Chatterjee, Cherime MacFarlane, Hall and BeaulieuJ. Naomi AyTim WalkerJoanie Pariera, Shannon Youngblood, Christine Jayne Vann, Taki DrakeM.M. ChabotNeha GuptaC.L. Cannon, and D.H. Gibbs

Immerse yourself in this eclectic collection of short stories featuring authors from around the world. Travel to different places with them as they enjoy an unexpected journey back home to reunite with family and take a chartered flight to the North Pole. Shiver with the cold and anxiety as their loved ones get stranded in a snow storm in Alaska or share the amazement of gazing at the spectacular views during a hike to Machu Picchu. Explore the Indian subcontinent by train, share an unforgettable vacation in Cyprus or venture into Afghanistan in the midst of war. Holidays are a time of sharing and can take many forms. These stories explore the issues of family dynamics, reflections on life, and finding the true meaning of love and acceptance. They also show that sometimes, it is just as important to let go of old feelings and old memories. This collection of short stories is sure to warm your heart and light the spirit of Christmas.

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The SockKids Say NO to Bullying by Michael John Sullivan and Shelley Larkin (paperback)

Do you have children/grandchildren? This would be the perfect gift for them.

The SockKids focus on educating children and adults how bullying affects us all and what we can do about it.

Do you know where your socks go when they go missing in the washing machine? Well, the SockKids know! The SockKids are a mismatched family of socks that sometimes time travel through the spin cycle, teaching universal lessons of love and kindness, and focusing on creating a greater awareness of the many social issues that children are faced with today. The SockKids help to educate and encourage children from 2 to 92 to find solutions in helping to make this a better world. In this story, Sudsy and Wooly discover their human is being bullied at school and team up against bullies with Ethan’s newest friend, Olivia. They discover bullying hurts everyone and staying silent is not an option.

More Inside! Children’s counselor and licensed therapist, Jamie Ross, gives adults and children guidelines on how to handle bullies.

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DEADLY VEILS BOOK ONE: Shattering Truths by Kyrian Lyndon (signed paperback or Kindle/Nook version)  (literary fiction coming-of-age story for young/new adults and adults) *trigger warning*

This book is a re-branded re-release, revised with new material. It should be available by the end of the year.

For sixteen-year-old Danielle DeCorso, the old house in Glastonbury was an eerie place to grow up. Coping with mental health challenges exacerbated by a traumatic family dynamic, Danielle watches from the window for two men in a dusty black sedan who keep circling the house and harassing her with phone calls. The two predators drugged her and her cousin, Angie, and then lured them from Pleasure Beach in Bridgeport to a secluded cottage on Long Beach West. She remembers feeling dizzy, the room spinning. She recalls screaming, crying, fighting, and then slipping in and out of consciousness. Angie, however, has no recollection of the incident. When Danielle attempts to jog Angie’s memory and convince their best friend, Farran, that the two strangers had victimized them, no one seems to believe her. Alone in her pain, Danielle remains guarded, obsessed, and withdrawn. Soon she is sinking deeper into a tumultuous world of adolescent isolation and change. Grief, guilt, and anger send her spiraling into an even darker place. Tormented by terrifying nightmares, she fears she will lose her sanity, or possibly her soul. Is she having post-traumatic stress hallucinations, as one of her friends suggest, or are her recurring nightmares as real as they seem? Trapped in an unyielding emotional bondage, Danielle continues the fight to reclaim her power. Startling revelations awaken her newfound spirit, inspiring a once naïve girl to grow into a woman of defiance and courage.

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Whoozit: The Owl That Didn’t Give a Hoot (children’s book) by Jo Sarti

Whoozit has a problem. The farm animals at his new home try to help him. Can it work? Will Whoozit give a hoot?

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There’s A Cat On My Pillow (children’s book) by Jo Sarti

There’s a cat on my pillow, in my sink, in my closet, sleeping, stretching, yawning, sitting. What do I do?

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$15 Barnes & Noble gift card

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$ 10 iTunes gift card

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Also, if you would like a free copy of Shattering Truths in exchange for an honest review, please let me know. I will have a limited number of advance copies in Kindle/Nook editions.

Finally, please contact me if you are interested in becoming a member of my “street team”. Street team members share links for me about my book releases and can also share blog links. They do what they can to help promote my work. In exchange, street team members get free copies of any book I publish after they’ve signed on as a member. They also get any merchandise I purchase for the book. Most often, there will be bookmarks, but there may be shirts, postcards, etc., depending on the book.

Have questions? Please contact me: kyrianlyndon@kyrianlyndon.com.

© Copyright December 19, 2016 by Kyrian Lyndon at kyrianlyndon.com.

Feature photo by Jason Corey

About Kyrian Lyndon

Kyrian Lyndon is the author of Shattering Truths, the first book in her Deadly Veils series. She has also published two poetry collections, A Dark Rose Blooms, and Remnants of Severed Chains. Kyrian Lyndon began writing short stories and fairy tales when she was just eight years old. In her adolescence, she moved on to poetry. At sixteen, while working as an editor for her high school newspaper, she wrote her first novel, and then completed two more novels at the ages of nineteen and twenty-five. Born and raised in Woodside, Queens, New York, Kyrian has worked primarily in executive-level administrative positions with major New York publishing companies. She resides on Long Island in New York.

Posted on December 20, 2016, in Blogs and tagged , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 13 Comments.

  1. Kyrian, how exciting the season is for most. More exciting is the gift of reading you will be spreading. Joy with through your give away. I would like to offer you a free gift of friendship and unconditional support as a writer! Your blogs, books and others who you shared about their books are gifts to all.I love mystery, suspense, short stories, children’s books,poetry , fantasy

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  2. Kyrian, how exciting the season is for most. More exciting is the gift of reading you will be spreading. Joy with through your give away. I would like to offer you a free gift of friendship and unconditional support as a writer! Your blogs, books and others who you shared about their books are gifts to all.I love mystery, suspense, short stories, children’s books,poetry ,and fantasy.This season has me feeling “sad” in one word. If I do or have anything this holiday season it would be to be with the family far away that Re all together celebrating. Continued success and good health, peace and happiness this season and into the new year. Namaste.

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    • Thank you, Ellen! I’m so happy you entered the giveaway. It is great to be able to share the gift of reading, isn’t it? Many generous authors have donated books for this effort. I appreciate, as always, the gift of your friendship and support and will gladly return it. 🙂 Thank you so much for the very kind words. I’m sorry you are feeling sad. I can certainly understand that. I wish you could be with your family to celebrate, too. Much success, health, love, peace and happiness to you for 2017 and beyond. Love you. ❤

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  3. 1) What kind of books do you like to read? I like true stories, what I read most these days it the bible and books with personal testimonies.
    2) What are you reading now? The book of Job (keeps me grateful)
    3) What book have you wanted to read? Doug Batchelors The Richest Caveman
    4) When you read the description of the prizes (below), what comes to mind? Interested! 🙂 They all sound intriguing. Although I’m not big on horror.
    5) In one word, how are you feeling this holiday season? Sad
    6) If you could do (or have) anything this holiday season, what would it be? Funds to help build up the dog rescue/sanctuary my son and I have.

    Thank you to all the authors donating to this give a way. 🙂

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  4. Okay, here goes. The ones I can answer:

    1) What kind of books do you like to read?

    Most everything. I love certain genre fiction (horror, crime, dark fantasy, apocalyptic), but I don’t restrict myself to it. I love gorgeously written character-based stories, essentially.

    2) What are you reading now?

    An anthology of American noir fiction (The Best American Noir of the Century).

    3) What book have you wanted to read?

    There are too many!

    4) When you read the description of the prizes (below), what comes to mind?

    Two things: 1. that we’re fortunate to be swimming in a sea of book and 2. that the short story is far from dead!

    5) In one word, how are you feeling this holiday season?

    Struggling.

    6) If you could do (or have) anything this holiday season, what would it be?

    Fix the climate.

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  5. 1) What kind of books do you like to read? Bible stories, Romantic Love stories and Children’s stories.
    2) What are you reading now? Nothing at the moment
    3) What book have you wanted to read? Nothing I can think of.
    4) When you read the description of the prizes (below), what comes to mind? I love winning free gifts.
    5) In one word, how are you feeling this holiday season? Blessed
    6) If you could do (or have) anything this holiday season, what would it be? A job

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  6. I love to read fantasy that involves elves, fairies, etc. I also enjoy romance, historical fiction, classics, and books that touch you such as “Tuesdays with Morrie” or “, “The Help”, or The End of Your Life Book Club”.
    Currently I am reading “Uninvited” by Lysa Terkheust.
    I am preparing to read “Loves, Lies and Hocus Pocus – Beginnings” by Lydia Sherrer and “9 Little Words to Change Your Results” by Lin Schussler-Williams.
    Some of the prizes excite me because they open the world to adventure.
    One word to describe how I feel this holiday season – Transformed.
    If I could have anything this holiday season, I wish I could have all of my family together. (Will next year!)

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