IT’S RELEASE DAY!

Posted at Sep 26, 2017 12:10 pm

 

It’s RELEASE DAY for TANGLED UP IN TINSEL and I’m CELEBRATING!

Book three in the Sunshine Creek Vineyards series has everything you need for a romantic holiday read plus delicious recipes taken right from the story!

***I’m having a celebration giveaway over on my author page, so hop on over and leave a comment to enter!*** https://www.facebook.com/Candis-Terry-131817443567853/

If you’re one of my amazing newsletter followers, you know what to do in the comments below to be eligible to receive an ebook copy of TANGLED UP IN TINSEL! 😉

Get your ebook or print copy today at these and all book retailers:

AMAZON: https://www.amazon.com/Tangled-Up-Tinsel-Sunshine-Vineyard/dp/0062471864/ref

BARNES AND NOBLE: https://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/tangled-up-in-tinsel-candis-terry/1125362981?ean=9780062471819#/

iBooks: https://itunes.apple.com/us/book/tangled-up-in-tinsel/id1187881409?mt=11

KOBO: https://www.kobo.com/us/en/ebook/tangled-up-in-tinsel

 

 

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36 responses to “IT’S RELEASE DAY!”

  1. Teresa Fordice says:

    I love to read and wish I had more time to do so – usually read 60+ books a year!

  2. Mary Young says:

    Happy release day. I love to read as it helps me relax and escape for a while from a hectic life.

  3. Nancy Martin says:

    Wow – does this sound good! Happy Release Day

  4. Linda May says:

    Love your books, once I start reading them I don’t want to put them down.

  5. Renee P. says:

    Happy Release Day! I so enjoy reading books for so many reasons…they keep me smiling, make me think, and take me to another place in time…so much fun to be had LOL. When I have a book in my hand and a cheezy grin on my face I know that as I greet people throughout the day…I have the potential to make someone else smile too :).

  6. Trish says:

    Can’t wait to read this one! I’m hooked on your novels!

  7. Julie Stafford says:

    I love to Read because it takes me away to a different world for awhile. I can forget things that might be bothering me or if nothing is bothering me it just takes me away like the Calgon guy. Thanks for this great offer. Good luck to all.

  8. Katie Chapman says:

    Happy release day! I love the escapism of reading. With the state of affairs in the world today, I choose to bury my head in a book instead of in the sand.

  9. Pam Dole says:

    I love to read to relax & escape into another world for a little while. I’m on track to read 250+ books this year.

  10. Jane Nelson says:

    Happy Release day, Candis!! This sounds like a great story!! I have always used reading as an escape and it is a very relaxing thing for me.

  11. Carol Pitman says:

    I love to read because books take me inside other people’s lives and locales. I love being “lost” inside, and beside, these characters I will never meet, places I may never visit and circumstances I, most likely, will not experience. Books teach me compassion for others in real life going through similar events (i.e. PTSD) and help me understand people different than me. Books are my happy place!!

  12. kimberly leatherwood says:

    I read about a 100 books a year.

  13. Cindy Werner says:

    I love to read because I have no life. I can at least read about other peoples’ lives, even if they are imaginary.

  14. Victoria Salcedo says:

    I love the escape books brings me. Looking forward to reading this book.

  15. Rhonda Gothier says:

    Love to read! Takes you to different places and times!

  16. bn100 says:

    the different places

  17. Terri Chlapek says:

    Reading gives me an escape from my Fibromyalgia.

  18. Eileen Wells says:

    I love to read because it allows to take a trip to someone else’s life, town, job, … for a little while – to broaden my horizons. It’s an escape I relish with delight!!

  19. Ashley Ferrara says:

    I love to read and usually average almost a book per day. What I love best about reading is the escapism from real life for a bit and the chance to get lost in a fictional place with interesting characters. With reading romance novels, I love that you get a happily ever after, makes me feel all warm and fuzzy inside. Congrats on release day! Can’t wait to read the new book.

  20. Anne Hardy says:

    I love to read to enter the author’s world and meet his or her characters for awhile. If a book contains recipes, I do sometimes try them.

  21. Denise O'Reilly says:

    Happy Release day. I love a good story and the chance to read about different characters and how they interact in a story. I usually read a book a week. I can’t wait to read this one.

  22. Heidi Hood says:

    Happy Release day and I read about 285 books a year.

  23. Dianne says:

    I love to read, it’s such an amazing platform for launching my imagination. I don’t write any books and have no idea how many I read, but as many as I can fit in.

  24. Cheryl Hastings says:

    Happy release day. At minimum, I read at least 2 books a week. I love to read because I always learn new things and it’s an escape from work, laundry, cooking, etc…lol

  25. Deb Diem says:

    Happy Release Day! Last year I read a little over 500 books and reviewed almost all of them. I’m disabled, lucky I love to read, right? lol As long as I’m reading I’m not thinking about what I can’t do anymore.

  26. Suzie Weber says:

    Reading is my biggest vice. I love to be carried away. Each artist has a different idea about what their characters are like so its like people watching at the mall. I cancelled cable and read even more. Years ago I read a historical that was so factual with the Civil War that I had the encyclopedia next to me (just dated myself). My husband said if that is what reading does for you – read away.
    My Goodreads challenge is 100 books – last year 111

  27. Kim Perry says:

    I usually read about 175-185 books a year.

  28. Ada says:

    I love how books always transport me to my happy place and it’s a great way to escape everyday life!

  29. Hannah K says:

    I love getting wrapped up in the story when I’m reading and usually read at least 100 books a year.

  30. EvelynS says:

    Reading is an escape and I love happy endings!! 😁

  31. Kim M says:

    I love that reading allows me to escape the real world.

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