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I’m celebrating!
Enchanted, book 1 in The Heart Of Winter series is going to print.

The Good Sister, which is part one of my two-part contemporary erotic series has been accepted and is set to release in September, 2012 from Evernight Publishing.

Trinity fell in love with the fantasy of Reid Addison, but will she gain her desire? Or find what she never imagined possible with the handsome Lord Archer?
And my contribution to the Naughty Fairy Tale Line, Tied Up In Wonderland, has been accepted for publication from Evernight Publishing.  Release date, September, 2012 as well.

Master Hatter will show his “little Alice” what she’s been missing, one well placed swat at a time.

So what do I do when I celebrate? Give away swag, of course.
I will be giving away a LSJ Romance book bag, filled with London Saint James bobbles like a LSJ T-shirt, keychain, mouse pad, and who knows what else may be lurking inside ;-)
Here’s what you need to do to be eligible:
1.       Be a subscriber of my Scribbles blog
2.       “Like” my FB authors page
3.       In the comment section below, ask me a question or let me know you are a new subscriber and “liked” me on FB. (Don’t forget to leave an email on your question/comment.)
Do all three things, and you are eligible to win.  One winner will be picked at random, and the winner will be announced on August 25th



  1. I always love getting swag from authors. Thanks so much for the giveaway. I do subscribe to the blog and have liked your FB page (June Manning).
    Thanks so much
    manning_j2004 at yahoo dot com

  2. your a dear friend and wonderful author, already have you liked at FB :D and think I am already subscribed here :D so the question. what will happen to a certain young lady in the north west part of the country ') after coffee.
    hugs hope you have a great day

    1. Thanks, Lord Dragoncat!She's still dancing around :D


  3. Congratulations on your two new contracts, London. I've liked you on FB and followed your blog forever. If there's a subscribe by email, I couldn't find it, but I do get your posts through Goodreads and Google+. Does that count? :)

    Luv ya, girl!

  4. Liked you, and am a follower. Love you work.


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