Good morning, wonderful readers! I’m sure you’re all anxious for today’s giveaway! Today we’ve got two prizes for you again! The first prize is an eBook copy of The Book of Daniel, courtesy of the lovely ZA Maxfield! The second prize is a prize pack donated by today’s special guest, Megan Slayer! Included in her prize is a copy of Harvest Moon, some autographed swag, and a handmade handcuff necklace!
You’re definitely not going to want to miss this one!
Megan was also kind enough to write us a little guest post about what she’s thankful for. So check out her post and then enter the giveaway!
Furry Kids by Megan Slayer
I want to thank ZA Maxfield for having me on the blog today. It’s always fun to hang out with friends. I’m thankful for my friends.
This time of year makes me think of all of the things I’m thankful for. There’s the craziness of gift buying, the zaniness of traffic, plus the weather. There’s so much stress that can get a body down.
There’s one surefire way I find my zen, though. My critters. The cats and dogs.
When I’m stressed and need a few minutes, one of the cats or dogs know. They seek me out. I’m greeted with wagging tails and a kitty head-butt. I wouldn’t change it for anything.
I’ve got three cats—each with their own personality. The orange one is the angry old man cat. He’s the oldest and has been through the most. His tail is crooked and was snapped in half when he was a baby. I love his quirk. He doesn’t like many people and prefers quiet. When I’m really blue, he knows to find me. The black cat is the most social. He truly thinks he’s a dog. He follows me around like a puppy and eats the dog’s food. He’s more comfortable with the dogs, too. He’s not the most lovey-dovey, but that’s okay. He knows how to be around when I need to scoop him up for a cuddle. Then there’s the fluffy black and white cat. He’s the troublemaker. He stays out of sight until there’s something he shouldn’t climb into/get into/destroy…then he shows up. He keeps me on my toes. But he’s a cuddler. If I’m upset, I find him. I’m thankful for them each in their own way. The fuzzy face staring at me when I’m sad, the pushiness wanting to take my seat, but staying close and the knowing…I’m glad they’re in my life.
Then there are the canines. The dogs aren’t the cuddlers in the same way as the cats. I’m thankful for them, too, but in a different way. My dog—yes, DH and I have our own dogs…not because we chose to have a dog each, but because the dogs chose us—loves to be right next to me. Like, if I go somewhere, she has to be there. If I’m sitting on the couch, she has to be right beside me. If I walk out of the room, she has to know where I’m going. She’s silly and loyal. She knows, just like the cats, when I’ve had a rough day. She’s stinky and drooly (being part basset hound tends to bring out both qualities), but like I said, she’s loyal and I wouldn’t want her any other way—okay, maybe not the stinkiness, but there are always baths. The big black dog, DH’s dog, personifies the big, goofy dog. He’s lovable, cuddly and pushy. I’m not his person, but he’s still a good sport. He’s the player and the roughhouser. He helps me forget my troubles.
All of my critters are strays, either adopted from the animal shelter or from the pound. They’re silly, goofy, pushy and wonderful. The pets are quite the characters, but I wouldn’t have them any other way. They brighten my day and have featured in many of my stories. Without them, I’d probably be bored.
Keeping with the theme of thankfulness, here’s a little bit about my Thanksgiving story, Harvest Moon:
Harvest Moon by Megan Slayer
Moon Series, book 2
Also part of the Bleh! Turkey! Series
Contemporary, Paranormal, Holiday
M/M, Anal Sex
All Matt Green wants for Thanksgiving is to propose to his boyfriend in the most epic way he knows-in front of their families. There’s only one catch. His boyfriend, Reed Jordan, doesn’t do family gatherings. To be honest, Reed isn’t wild about Thanksgiving, but he won’t say why.
Matt’s willing to do anything in order to get Reed to talk, but will it make the holiday perfect or or ruin all of Matt’s plans? The Harvest Moon just might be the right omen to make everything all right.
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About the author:
Megan Slayer, aka Wendi Zwaduk, is a multi-published, award-winning author of more than one-hundred short stories and novels. She’s been writing since 2008 and published since 2009. Her stories range from the contemporary and paranormal to LGBTQ and BDSM themes. No matter what the length, her works are always hot, but with a lot of heart. She enjoys giving her characters a second chance at love, no matter what the form. She’s been the runner up in the Kink Category at Love Romances Café as well as nominated at the LRC for best author, best contemporary, best ménage and best anthology. Her books have made it to the bestseller lists on Amazon.com and AllRomance Ebooks.
When she’s not writing, Megan spends time with her husband and son as well as three dogs and three cats. She enjoys art, music and racing, but football is her sport of choice. Find out more about Megan and Wendi at: http://wendizwaduk.com/indexMegan.htm
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