I love blog hops! It seems to be the rage, but it's so fun to meet other bloggers/writers and spread the love! And I love Christmas, so what could be better than a Christmassy blog hop?
It's being hosted by the awesome Sarah Belliston, and here is her description of the hop:
"Now that Thanksgiving is FINALLY over ;) we can get onto Christmas things. Like a 12 Days of Christmas Giveaway and Blog Hop!!!. Here's how it works. 12 blogs have graciously decided to host giveaways. Each giveaway has a day of Christmas and the links are under each picture. All should have the giveaway up and running by the 1st. You can enter any or all for the next two weeks. Starting on Dec. 13th, we'll close the entries and pick one winner a day."
And because she had to turn bloggers away, she has added a linky list if you still want to participate and blog about what your character would want for Christmas.
I have a tough time deciding this one, as I have two completed novels and my latest NaNo WIP, so I decided to pick the MC from my NaNo.
Piper Crenshaw's mother committed murder when Piper was six years old, so Piper would probably be torn between having her mother out of prison, getting Cooper (the boy of her dreams) to like her back, or having all the freak things about her house (the creaking, flickering lights, girls literally disappearing) stop.
Cheerful Christmas wishes, aren't they? :-p
What would your character like to get for Christmas? Or on a different but still the same note, what are some Christmas traditions you guys have?
What Does Your Character Want For Christmas?
Blog hop Wednesday, November 30, 2011
I'm a mother, a Mormon and a musician, and I squee over all things pink and sparkly. I write books about doors that shouldn't be opened and enchanted tears that shouldn't be shed. I'm the proud wife of a farmer, and we live in a dinky Idaho farm town where the chances of getting stuck in tractor-induced traffic jams are highly likely. I believe anything can be made better with a good attitude and maybe a book packed away for those just-in-case times.