Luck-O-Irish Giveaway Hop

A special thank you to Romance at Random for hosting the LUCK-O-IRISH Hop!  Three lucky winners will be given $20 B&N gift cards as hosted by R@R and there is an opportunity to win an additional $10 B&N card from ME!  Be sure to enter both giveaways!

Happy St. Patrick’s Day!  Go ahead and try your luck at being picked the lucky recipient of a $10 Barnes & Noble gift card and a custom St. Patrick’s Lucky book thong!

Follow the instructions to enter the R@R giveaway and be sure to follow my instructions to try your luck at winning my gift card too!

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Now, join in on the Irish jig hop and be sure to hop on through all the participating blogs!


  1. Shannon -

    I really don’t have any St. Patrick’s Day traditions. I did when I was a little girl: searching for four-leaf clovers, but that is about it. Boring I know.

    Thanks for the giveaway and being part of the R@R hop!
    bas1chsemail at gmail dot com

  2. Lauren -

    We dress up in all our green glory and go to our towns’ parade. Then we all go to my sister’s house for corned beef and cabbage.
    Lmackesy at gmail dot com

  3. books4me -

    Our St. Patrick’s day traditions are mainly to wear green (hey, no one likes to be pinched) and eat corned beef and cabbage.

    books4me67 at ymail dot com

  4. dizzheart -

    My St Patrick’s Day traditions? Not being of Irish descent (Scotland being as close as I get), I have none, other than to wish a happy one to those who do celebrate the day.

  5. Kendra Edens -

    Um … until yesterday I did absolutely nothing related to the holiday – ever. I do not like corned beef and cabbage and I do not like beer, so green beer is out. I wore green just to avoid those devils that like to pinch. But DH insisted on the traditional dinner last night, so I made it. The family enjoyed it, but I am still not a fan. UGH! Guess I will be making it every year for them now though.

    Thanks so much for the extra chance to win!

  6. Caro -

    my family wears green & my mom makes some kind of green-themed food, one year she made green ice cubes out of ginger ale & food dye.

  7. Lexie@BookBug -

    I’m a total St. Patrick’s Day party pooper. I usually even forget to wear green!
    lexie.bookbug at gmail dot com

  8. June -

    I don’t really have any St. Patrick’s Day traditions, other than wearing green. I do like St. Patty’s Day, it reminds me of my grandfather, he was always proud of his bit of Irish (not sure how much). He collected lots of “Kiss Me, I’m Irish” merchandise.
    manning_j2004 at yahoo dot com

  9. Shy Amy -

    I just wear green and make and irish theme dessert. Pretty simple really, but I enjoy it =-)

  10. Renee B -

    Woohoo! Blog Hopping! I love these hops. What a great way to discover new authors/blogs and visit with old friends.

    The only tradition I have is to wear green so as not to get pinched, and to have as many Shamrock Shakes as I can before I get sick of them.LOL
    Thanks for being part of the hop and for the chance to win such a fantastic prize!

  11. april yedinak -

    We don’t really have a St. Patrick’s day tradition. All we do is wear green.

  12. Shannon Gallagher -

    I wear green and have dinner with my family!

    jalyssa982003 at yahoo dot com

  13. Linda Henderson -

    Well we usually just wear green and try and eat corned beef and cabbage.

    seriousreader at live dot com

  14. Tina B -

    I don’t really celebrate St. Patrick’s Day. If I leave the house that day, I do try to make sure that I am wearing green. :)
    Thank you for participating in the HOP and the giveaway opportunity!

  15. Kirby Liscano -

    How easy it is to publicly talk about what we do not like. But to recognize it as beautifully as you do it’s hard to believe. I look forward to further releases!

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