Friday, December 7, 2012

Freebie Friday 12/7


This idea is hijacked borrowed (with permission) from Jen Ryland at YA Romantics.

I will be giving away a book today and next Friday.

Blkosiner's Book Blog Giveaway

Rules:
-Fill out Rafflecopter. Answer How do you celebrate the holidays in comments and then optional follow on Google+
-One winner gets pick of books below
-US only unless you can pay for shipping minus $3 which is what I pay for media mail
-Ends Thurs. 12/13 at 11:59 PM EST
a Rafflecopter giveaway


What's for grabs:
Beautiful Lies by Warman (ARC)
Defiance by Redwine
The Vision by Nadol
The Wrap-Up List

Teeth
Then You Were Gone
Falling For You
Empty
Send Me a Sign
Time Between Us
Anything But Ordinary

My question to you, my lovely readers:
How do you celebrate the holidays?

29 comments:

  1. My post isn't up yet, but I'll link up to yours.
    Happy Friday!

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  2. I celebrate the holidays by spreading them out. I have so many different sides to my family, due to divorces, remarriages and my own marriage. So we HAVE to spread it all out in order to see everyone. It's worth it though, just to be together.

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  3. We celebrate by spending lots (and sometimes too much... haha) of time with our families. We have my dad's extended side Christmas Eve, our own on Christmas day, along with my mom's extended side that morning followed by "my" side (my parents and brother & his family). My husband's family has odd work schedules so I'm not sure when we're doing theirs yet. It's a busy yet wonderful time of the year for us. :) I love spending time with everyone and catching up with those I haven't seen in a while.

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  4. For the last six years, we've been fortunate enough to spend it somewhere warm. This year, due to some financial constraints, we're spending it at home. I think we're going to start a new tradition though so the kids and I are pretty excited. :)

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  5. We spend the Holidays at home, but my family all come over. We have a small family but it is nice to get to see everyone, especially with my sister living out of state and now my little cousin as well. We get together on Christmas Eve, so I spend the day cleaning (lol) and then we all have dinner and play board games. Then we have to kick everyone out and head to my MIL's for more family and presents. Luckily Christmas day is much more low key. :)

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  6. I celebrate the holidays w/family. Cooking, wrapping, etc... I also make extra batches of yummy desserts and pass them to neighbors, hubby's co workers throughout the month :)Have a great holiday!

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  7. I celebrate the holidays by staying home and spending time with my family. For the past two years my family has been baking cookies on Christmas eve and delivering it to relatives who lives close by.

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  8. I celebrate by having dinner with my family. I have a small family so we just have dinner with the 5 of us. We open presents Christmas Eve night. I love to bake holiday cookies! My mom and I also fill our DVR with Lifetime and Hallmark Christmas movies that we watch together all month. I love Christmas music too. Thanks for the giveaway and happy holidays!

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  9. I used to celebrate the holidays by going to my parents house and unwrapping gifts etc. Now I am in Law School in South Dakota far away from my family in Washington so instead we have skype Christmas and stay close that way. It will be nice when I can finally move back after I graduate.

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  10. I love decorating for every holiday and we love spending time with our families and catching up!

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  11. I spent the holidays with lots of family. Watching holiday movies and lots and lots of baking.

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  12. I am DYING for Teeth and Send Me a Sign! Thanks for the opportunity to win.

    I really just celebrate the holidays with family. Eat some special meals, exchange unique gifts, shake our heads at the spam of Christmas movies on tv and huge lack of Hanukkah extravaganzas. Stuff like that haha

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  13. I celebrate with my family and friends. We pretty much just chill and watch tv!

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  14. My family always celebrates Christmas with a steak dinner. It's the one holiday tradition that has held up for as long as I can remember! Thanks for the chance to win :0)

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  15. I like this idea! :) But I don't like the idea of living where I live -.- Well I'll get my hands on Falling for you :)

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  16. I celebrate by getting together with my family, and eating delicious food for DAYS. My mother makes especially good peppermint bark and buckeyes :)

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  17. All of my family gather at my grandmothers house to eat, exchange gifts, and talk.

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  18. Get together with family and eat. Tore923@aol.com

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  19. We decorate our tree and give away candy and treats to the neighborhood kids. We each get a few gifts and make donations to others less fortunate. It's a quiet time but we enjoy that.

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  20. We have a casual Christmas Eve dinner with some of our favorite dishes and then open presents Christmas morning. Our dogs always get a big treat and we have a lot of fun watching our favorite Christmas movies. :)

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  21. I celebrate by spending time with all of my family!

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  22. I celebrate by getting together with family and just having a great time.....and eating....A LOT LOL :D

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  23. I celebrate by reading fun Christmas stories and baking to my heart's content.

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  24. We go to my grandmother's and aunt's on Christmas Eve, then to my other grandmother's for breakfast on Christmas Day then onto my Mom's. It's busy but fun- we thoroughly spending time with family- sharing stories about those no longer with us, laughing and (sometimes) crying

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  25. decorate, exchange gifts with family and a big holiday dinner - regnod(at)yahoo(d0t)com

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  26. Every other year I go and visit my aunt in Chicago for a week of shopping. During the off years I visit my brother and his family.

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  27. Holidays are spent with my family and closest fiends. We have get together, eat out, do Christmas shopping and on Christmas eve, we prepare a feast to share with each other.

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  28. Thanks for the giveaway! This year, I'll be doing something completely different for the holidays. My long-distance boyfriend is coming in about a week to spend Christmas and New Years with me and my mom. Usually we have a Christmas party on Christmas Eve, but my uncle is taking the reins for the first time ever. I'm just going to spend the rest of the year relaxing, cuddled up with my boy, watching movies and drinking peppermint hot cocoa. :)

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  29. Staying home with my family and opening presents and have a big dinner. Thanks for the chance to win!

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