Misty wrote a post yesterday about the joys of autumn and how winter is almost upon the US. In Australia, it’s the other way around, spring has sprung and we’re edging toward summer, but no matter which way round your seasons are, one thing is clear, the holidays are coming up.
I’ve been asked to participate in three different year-end contests or giveaways in the last week, and that’s definitely a sign of the festive season.
Giving is the one part of the too-commercial holiday season that I like.
But with everyone organising giveaways and festive season contests, do you think it’s too much? Do most of them get overwhelmed and lost in the crowd, or is it in line with the spirit of generosity we feel at this time of year?
To get into the holiday spirit myself, I’m offering e-books from my The Dark Forest Series (The Golden Apple and The Silver Pear) as well as Entranced: A Halloween Box Set (to get into the swing of the holidays) to one commenter, to be announced on Friday.
WINNER: Congratulations to Alexisa N. She wins e-book versions of The Dark Forest series and Entranced. Alexisa, I’ll be in touch for your details.