Lucky Leprechaun Blog Hop

Hello and welcome to another stop on the Random Acts of Kindness Giveaway hop.  Thanks so much to Kathy from I Am A Reader, Not A WriterBooks Complete Me & Author Cindy Thomas for co-hosting.  To see the rest of the participants in this hop, please click the logo below and enter to win more great prizes.

GIVEAWAY – International

(These books are intended for adult audiences)

Here’s what I’m offering one lucky commenter:

A signed paperback copy of

The Glass Man

The Glass Man (Lila Gray #1)

an e-book copy of

Touch of Frost

Touch of Frost

AND a signed bookmark for The Glass Man (front & back shown)

  

What do you have to do to win?

It’s simple.  Just tell me in the comments below if you believe in good luck charms.  Rabbits feet, four leaf clovers, etc.  Do you have one?  Inquiring minds would like to know.  :)  Please include a way to reach you, email, Goodreads, Facebook, Twitter, etc. (it will only be used for the purpose of sending your prize if you should win)

I’d also be grateful for a like on Facebook and a follow on Twitter, but it’s not mandatory.

On March 234d I’ll choose a commenter using random.org, announce it on my blog and contact the winner, who will have 48 hours to respond.  If I don’t hear from them, another winner will be chosen.

Cheers, and good luck!

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76 thoughts on “Lucky Leprechaun Blog Hop

  1. I believe :) But for me it’s like, things that have a meaning – I have a guitar pick from my boyfriend or a fita – wish ribborn from Brasil, given by my friend from Brasil :) They remind me I have important people in my life and that’s the thing that brings me luck!
    I follow you on twitter also :) – @fetadesu

    My email is fetachan@gmail.com

  2. I have a necklace with a tooth from my dog. That is my lucky charm. So yes, I believe in silly stuff like that :D
    ireneejensenAThotmailDOTcom

  3. I don’t believe in traditional lucky charms, but I tend to do things following a certain pattern. Otherwise I think things will go awry. So in a way that reflects that I am superstitious after all ;-). Thanks for the giveaway.

  4. Nah, I don’t really believe in them. If any does work, I believe that it’s like the placebo effect in medicine…
    Thank you for the giveaway!

    sweetiee.gal(at)hotmail(dot)com

  5. I have a silver bracelet full of charms that my great-grandmother gave me as a birthday gift. It’s my lucky charm.
    denise13727(at)yahoo(dot)com
    twitter: DanielaC34

  6. I don’t believe in lucky charms (heheh), because I don’t really believe in luck…>____>

    dontkillkittens8 AT netscape DOT net

    Thanks for the giveaway! I’ve never heard of your books before, but The Glass Man sounds really interesting! And I love the cover. :) I look forward to reading it.

  7. Yup. Usually my good luck charms are things that a friend of mine believes is good luck though, or was important to them and gave to me (goodwill).

    cigam9 at gmail dot com

  8. I do believe in lucky charms though I don’t carry any on me. I do have charms to ward off evil and all that though. I come from a superstitious family or rather just a superstitious mother.

    Gabbie-ethela(at)hotmail(dot)com

  9. I don’t really believe in good luck charms. I believe that there is a balance in the Universe. Sometimes good things happen, sometimes bad. Everything that happens happens for a reason.

    Facebook: Horváth Évi
    Email: eva[dot]horvath[dot]mor[at]gmail[dot]com

  10. Sometimes I do believe in lucky charms, especially when i’m wearing a certain pendant and things just seem to go my way at the time.

    volta2173 at sbcglobal dot net

  11. I believe they work for some people, but I don’t have one.
    Thanks for the chance to win!
    FB Lisa Fisher Walker
    twitter @Liese2

  12. I agree with Maya… I think it’s maybe your own thoughts on it.
    Thx for the giveaway!

    Georgette
    Georgette dot coan at yahoo dot com
    Facebook-Gigi Coan
    Goodreads- Georgette73
    Twitter-LadyGDuran

  13. I’ve been raised in a richly superstitious family because of my culture, but in my experience, I prefer to believe in the fate I can create for myself without tokens. I do, however own sentimental trinkets that don’t necessarily “bring me luck”, but that make me happy enough when I look at them. I don’t rely on charms, but if I’m given one, I appreciate the intended gesture of goodwill and love—also, I’m keen on telling myself, “Well, I don’t REALLY believe in this, but it doesn’t hurt!” That’s what I tell myself when I make sure my small red elephant has its trunk up and facing my window! LOL

    Thanks for sharing in your giveaway.And congratulations on your book!

    I have “liked” you on FB: Zara D. Garcia-Alvarez and follow you on Twitter: @ZaraAlexis. Not mandatory, but why not? You’re a writer and that in itself deserves applause.

    A friend in the craft,
    Zara D. Garcia-Alvarez
    zgarcia(dot)alvarez(at)gmail(dot)com
    Blog: The Bibliotaphe’s Closet – http://zaraalexis.wordpress.com

  14. I have a citrine crystal that I lovingly call my “magic rock” that I take with me to exams. I have no clue if it works though!

    meganlikesbooks(at)yahoo(dot)ca

  15. I do believe in them, my grandmother gave hers.
    It comes with the family… is a little golden flower!
    ilepachequin(at)hotmail(dot)com

  16. I do believe in good luck charms. When I’m really wanting good luck, I’ll be wearing my frog jewelry!
    michedt at yahoo dot com

  17. I do believe in good luck charms but i don’t have any good luck charm,yet.

    Thanks for the international giveaway!!

    Facebook follower name – Rosemarie Dimitri Belikov

    Twitter follower name – @sweetyindia

    sweety225(at)rocketmail(dot)com

  18. I believe in lucky charms. I carry a good luck coin. It has a horseshoe and 4 leaf clover on it. Thanks for the giveaway! FB follower/Cheryl Lynne cheryllynne(at)rocketmail(dot)com

  19. I do believe in lucky charms=, I have a necklace my grandmother gave me and it has always brought me luck :)

    Morganlafey86(at)aol(dot)com

  20. I have a little leprechaun named Ambrose who ran away from the pages of the book I wrote. (It’s called The Otherworld of Jenny McQueen} He’s sitting on top of my computer right now telling me to get back to work writing the next book…..
    OK, Ambrose ,OK I hear you! Gotta go.
    Margo

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