VISIT AND GIVEAWAY WITH CYNTHIA EDEN,AUTHOR OF “ANGEL OF DARKNESS”….

IT IS OUR PLEASURE AT MY BOOK ADDICTION AND MORE TO WELCOME THE TALENTED CYNTHIA EDEN TODAY!!

WELCOME CYNTHIA!! 

SEXY PARANORMAL ROMANCE  AND DARK ROMANTIC SUSPENSE AUTHOR CYNTHIA EDEN ….

About Cynthia(from the author’s website)

Award-winning author Cynthia Eden writes paranormal romances for Kensington Brava and romantic suspense novels for Grand Central Publishing.   Foreign rights to Cynthia’s books have been sold to  Japan, Thailand, Germany, and Brazil.

Cynthia graduated summa cum laude from the University of South Alabama where she studied Sociology and Communication. She’s worked as a college admissions counselor, a teacher, and an editor.   Since she began writing full-time in 2006, she has contracted over fourteen novels and ten novellas.

Holiday Traditions

Hi, everyone!  I’m so happy to be at My Book Addiction and More today (thanks to the very kind hostesses for inviting me over!).

The holiday season has fully arrived at my house. Stockings are hung by the chimney (with oh-so-much-care…even though my five year old keeps jerking them back down). The tree is trimmed. The presents are wrapped (and, ahem, sporting a few rips…again, thanks to the five-year-old…) And all through the day, I catch myself humming holiday songs (yes, I am that person).

It’s the holiday season, and I love it.

We have lots of traditions that we follow at my house.  Caroling, baking cookies, reading Christmas books late into the night…but my favorite tradition occurs every Christmas Eve. Before bedtime, my son and I sneak out into the front yard. We sprinkle reindeer food all over the grass. A LOT of reindeer food. We want the reindeer to land at our house and to stop for a very nice, long stay.

After we’ve finished spreading that reindeer food, we hurry inside. Santa likes chocolate milk, so we always leave him a real big glass—and lots of cookies. Then we put out a small present that we’ve made for Santa. We figure that he should get something on Christmas, too.

Then my family all goes together and we press our noses against the window panes as we stare up into the night sky, hoping to see Santa Clause. I can almost feel the magic in the air at this point.  My husband and I take turns reading Twas the Night Before Christmas, and we all keep looking for Santa. 

When we’re too tired to look anymore, my son gets tucked into bed—and those visions of sugarplums begin.  😉 That sure is my favorite night of the year!

 ***GIVEAWAY***

I’d love to hear some of your favorite holiday traditions! Please, share with me! One commenter will win ANGEL OF DARKNESS, my new paranormal release from Kensington Brava.  It’s a dark and sexy tale of a fallen angel…and the vampire that he loves. After all, when an angel falls for a vampire, all hell really does break loose…

 

**Giveaway to run from today December 8 until December 15,2011.Please leave your email address with your comment so we can contact the winner**

Thanks for checking out my post! Happy Holidays!

Cynthia Eden

www.cynthiaeden.com

ANGEL OF DARKNESS—Available now from Kensington Brava

Fall for me…

GOOD LUCK EVERYONE WITH THE GIVEAWAY!!

THANK YOU CYNTHIA FOR TAKING THE TIME OUT OF YOUR BUSY SCHEDULE TO VISIT AND SHARE YOUR HOLIDAY TRADITIONS WITH US AT MY BOOK ADDICTION AND MORE AND OUR READERS!!!

ANGEL OF DARKNESS

CYNTHIA EDEN

Publisher:Brava (December 1, 2011)

ISBN-10:0758242174

ISBN-13: 978-0758242174

Book Description(from Amazon)

Series: The Fallen | Publication Date: December 1, 2011
As an angel of death, Keenan’s job is to collect the souls on his list. He’s carried out his duty for two thousand years and never faltered once. Until he meets Nicole St. James. When the moment of death comes, Keenan hesitates, and instead of taking Nicole, Keenan touches the vampire who’s attacking her. Cast out of heaven for disobedience, Keenan plummets to earth. Six months later, he finally manages to track Nicole to a bar in Mexico. He’s stunned to discover that the woman he remembers has undergone a dramatic change – she’s become a vampire. And when he realises that she’s the target of all manner of enemies – other vampires, demons, even shifters – he’ll do whatever it takes to protect her, even if all hell breaks loose…

Buy Online(ANGEL OF DARKNESS)

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GOOD LUCK EVERYONE ON THE GIVEAWAY!!


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23 Replies to “VISIT AND GIVEAWAY WITH CYNTHIA EDEN,AUTHOR OF “ANGEL OF DARKNESS”….”

  1. One of my favorite traditions is decorating the Christmas Tree. The youngest always puts the Angel on the very top.

    Cheers!!

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  2. My Christmas tradition with My son changes each year because of the arrangement I have with his father, but one I try and keep is having him help decorate the tree and he gets to put up all of his Ornaments from each year. That's another tradition we have, each season we go to Hallmark and he gets to pick his ornament for that season, the boxes are dated so we know which year it was for. Its his favorite thing as most have some sound effect that goes with it. 🙂

    Sure makes a mom happy to see smiling faces when they see the tree ready and waiting for Santa.

    Happy Holidays!
    ~Poison
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  3. LMAO! Your house sounds like mine Cynthia. With 6 kids, the presents never go without need for some type of "surgical wrapping intervention". And the stockings I am trying to figure out this year. We have a wood stove now and not a fireplace. Might just put them on the wall somehow.

    I love everything about Christmas – besides the shopping craze. People get straight possessed sometimes trying to get that perfect gift. But for us, Christmas is about spending time with family, enjoying each others company, and stuffing ourselves near to bursting with the ridiculous amount of goodies we bake. I likes Poison's answer about the Hallmark ornaments. My mom and I do that – buy each other a new ornament each year. It is fun and you always remember it each year when you see the ornaments. We always try to pick an ornament that will remind us of something from that year that we reflect on each following year. But I am a baker. I love the smells in the kitchen when things are cooking, so my favorite tradition is baking all of the delicious food with my kids.

    Congratulations on the new release and Merry Christmas!
    Kendra
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  4. I love the holidays! Both my daughters birthdays are in December. We always decorate our tree on the oldest girls birthday which is on the 2nd. We have a huge family get together on the 21st for my youngest daughters birthday too. We always go out to see the christmas light displays as well. My children are young so we have many years to create new traditions. I'm looking forward to it! Merry Christmas!

    ~Johanna J

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  5. Since the boys are all grown now most of the traditions have gone out the window. I still make around 32 pounds of fudge for family and friends and hubs and I still go to church together on Christmas Eve (we're different denominations).

  6. My family likes to cook up a storm and the fun is in making it and of course enjoying if after. It's a simple but fun tradition. Cook, eat and enjoy each other's company.

  7. Thank you Cynthia for your holiday tradions,I loved the idea of reindeer food and such, WendyK does that with her children also. We make homemade candy,and other goodies at Christmas.
    Thanks and HAPPY HOLIDAYS everyone!!
    AprilR

  8. Poison, I love that you pick out a new, special ornament each year! That' sso wonderful!

    Kendra, I think I may have to use this phrase: "surgical wrapping intervention"–that is so funny! My mom's house doesn't have a fireplace, and we always hung our stockings around the doorframe there–it worked pretty well. 😉

  9. Happy birthday to your daughters, Johanna!! I hope you all have wonderful times celebrating this December (and all the Decembers to come).

    wow, Jovialvampyre–32 pounds of fudge? That's just awesome!!!

  10. I love your traditions Cynthia. My favorite holiday tradition is when my sister and I (and anyone else that wants to come along), pile in the car and drive around town looking at all the beautiful decorations. Then we come back and have some pumpkin pie, yum!

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  11. Our favorite tradition is watching A Christmas Story numerous times on Christmas Day. Gonna shoot your eye out! LOL!

  12. I would love to be able to share a holiday tradition with you, however, I don't any. The family I have left are severely lacking in the Christmas spirit.

  13. A holiday tradition for us would be the whole family decorating the Christmas tree and around the house together. It's always fun family times and we also play Christmas songs while we do it so that we definitely get into the holiday spirit while getting our house ready for the holiday season! 🙂

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