November 20, 2018 01:26 PM Posted by juliannadouglas
As 2018 comes to a close, I find myself with several extra 2019 wall calendars. So this month, I’m offering two additional giveaways for each of them. The first is from the Phoenix Children’s Hospital and features a dozen adorable images of artwork created by children who’ve received treatment there. This 8” x 10.5” calendar is sure to look beautiful on your wall and brighten your new year. In addition, each winner may also choose an eBook copy of any one of my books: His Heart’s Desire, Heart of the Season, Butterfly Serenade or my brand new one The Key to Her Heart, which will be released by the time this giveaway ends.
Use the Rafflecopter widget below to enter for your chance to win. International entries on this one are OK. Good luck!
If you don’t win this month, be sure to check back next month for two more calendar giveaways.
June 17, 2018 04:17 PM Posted by juliannadouglas
I’m going to try a new kind of giveaway. How would you like to see your name or the name of someone you know in one of my books? Well, if this sounds like fun, I happen to have two hurricanes in my upcoming book, The Key to Her Heart, that need names. So for this game, all you need to do is submit a name suggestion. It can be your name, the name of a loved one, or simply a name you like. At the end of the contest, I’ll choose two winning names, and the readers who submitted those names will each win a $5 Amazon gift card to enjoy now, plus a signed print copy of The Key to Her Heart when it’s released. Pretty simple, huh? So have fun and send me those names via the Rafflecopter widget below.
January 13, 2018 02:58 PM Posted by juliannadouglas
As promised in my last newsletter, here’s my rather lengthy update on my writing activities in 2017 (or lack thereof :-)). I’m sure you’re all eagerly waiting for me to publish a new book, and I swear I’m working on it. In all honesty, I wasn’t being a total slacker in the writing department last year. I just had some unexpected things come up, as well as some things that simply didn’t go as planned.
As you all know from my Bookaversary celebration this month, I published my third novel, Butterfly Serenade, in January of 2017. Normally, I try to do things at a steady but leisurely pace, because I have an anxiety disorder and my brain has a tendency to revolt if I put too much pressure on it. Although I managed to stay sane, I did push myself pretty hard in the months leading up to the release in order to meet my goal of getting it out by mid-January, which left me a little burned out. Even after that, I had a lot of new release marketing to take care of, so that was what I focused on for the next couple of months.
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