A New Year! Apologies…and a Giveaway

Update: Our winners are…Alyssa Sullivan, Donna D, and Sue Peace. Congrats! I will email you with prize claim information.

Hi, everyone!!! Happy New Year to you! I hope that 2014 is off to a fabulous start for you all. I love it when a new year rolls around–it’s a time for us to start fresh. A time to hit the ground running with our resolutions (yes, I will get back to that gym!). Twelve full months of fresh opportunities. Can you tell I’m kind of new year giddy?

2013 ended in a bit of a blur for me. My family finally moved to our new house, and when we moved (gah, right at Christmas), things got crazy.  I missed blogging here at Magical in December, and I am so sorry! My apologies to readers and to my wonderful MM sisters.  See–it’s a good thing that a new year has started–now I can be game on NOT to miss my dates!

And how about we start this fresh new year with a giveaway?  Kensington Publishing has just released a mass market version of my paranormal romance, ETERNAL HUNTER (the first in my Night Watch series about paranormal bounty hunters).

I’d love to giveaway three copies of this book–print or digital, totally up to the winners.  To enter the giveaway, just tell me one resolution that you’ve made for 2014.  The contest will end at noon Central time on 1/10/14, and the winners will be randomly selected.

One of my resolutions? More zumba classes–less chocolate! 😉



  1. my new years resolution to spend more time exercising. And now things to say to me I can do in my living room.

  2. My New Years resolution, like many others, is to get in shape. Also, to write more. =)

    Happy New Year!

  3. One resolution is to remember to write 2014 on anything that needs a date. 😀 A harder resolution to keep might be the one I’m made to be kind and compassionate – to myself as well as others.

  4. Happy 2014, Cynthia! A new house and a mass market release is a great way to start the new year.

    I already have my year planned, plus I’d like to do a few more things, like travel. I feel very good about this year.

  5. I haven’t made any real resolutions…my resolution if you want to call it that that I try to remember is that life is short, you never know what is going to happen, so enjoy and don’t always wait for later, because later doesn’t always come.

  6. stopped making resolutions years ago – never could remember them long enough to keep them. if anything, i’m going to try and do better about writing thank you notes and sending cards (on time) this year.