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Friday, May 8, 2015

Midsummer Release Day Giveaway!


My contribution to Llewellyn's new Sabbats series, MIDSUMMER finally released on Amazon today! And I just checked, and they're already out of stock. Good grief! I guess that means I'll have to give away one of my author copies just to tide y'all over until they can get some more. (You can also get it directly from Llewellyn or B&N or just order it from Amazon and they'll send it out when they get more.)

Luckily, I got this lovely box o'books last week.


Aren't they pretty?

[It feels like Midsummer here today, even though it is only the beginning of May. Normally it should be in the 60's and 70's with lots of rain. Instead it is bone dry and we broke major records today with a temp of 94. Yeesh.]

We're going to keep this giveaway fast and simple. All you have to do to enter is leave a comment here (not at Facebook, although you can certainly leave one there too if you want) and tell me which one of my books is your favorite. (Obviously, I'd also love it if you'd leave a review for that one, if you haven't yet, because reviews really help authors, but that's completely optional.)

If you don't think I know where to find you if you win, you can also leave your email (josephineschmo at yahoo etc.) or let me know your real name and if you're on Facebook.

Addendum: If you leave a comment as "Anonymous" you should definitely tell me your name and a contact email!
 
I'll pick a winner on Monday at noon.

Good luck!

48 comments:

  1. Toss up The Goddess is in the Details and Wickedly Magical. I think "Magical" because it was the first and got me hooked on your series. "Goddess" because it relates to making everyday count.

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  2. My fave is Circle, Coven & Grove. I'm still reading it, so that's why there's no review yet. You know where to find me on facebook :-)

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  3. I am enjoying The Goddess is in the details now as I am rereading it now.

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  4. So, trying for a second time I guess. I just bought Wickedly Wonderful today, and it's the first book of yours I've read. Your books are really hard to come by here, so there is definitely an online book buying spree in order very soon :)
    In the meantime, Wickedly Wonderful would be my favourite.

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    1. Where are you located, Lauren, where my books are so hard to come by?

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  5. I loved Wickedly Dangerous. Just started Wickedly Wonderful. I was going to order the Midsummer book on Amazon today. Good for you they sold out. Back order now.

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    1. Good for Llewellyn, really :-) This project was what is called a "Write for Hire" contract, which means that I got paid once for the initial book and that's it. But I still love that it is so popular!

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  6. Any one is fine...author's choice...since my birthday and anniversary are both in October, Fall is my favorite season. Kuzlin at aol.com

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  7. I can't pick just one! I loved Witchcraft on a Shoestring, The Goddess is in the Details, Circle Coven and Grove and Witch Ever Way You Can. Honestly, I haven't read any book that you've written that I didn't enjoy. I own all of them and they all hold pride of place on my bookshelf.

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  8. I would have to say "Circle, Coven & Grove" is my favorite so far.

    Orionova at gmail.com

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  9. for Non fiction i'd say The Goddess is in the details is my favorite. For Fiction love love love the Baba Yaga Series! My favorite Baba is Barbara of course! :)

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  10. Hi Deborah, I absolutely love "Everyday Witch A to Z" because Magic the cat introduces the book and answers letters addressed to him. I also love the cute illustrations of Magic peppered throughout the book. It's a fun, informative read!

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  11. My favorite is The Goddess is in the details so far. I do enjoy all your books, but I have to say The Witche´s broom was very interesting too!

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  12. I love Circle, Coven, & Grove, I use Everyday Witch Book of Rituals often, and I just purchased Everyday Witchcraft but haven't read it yet. I would love your Midsummer book. Thank you for all you do. ariel_heart (at) msn (dot) com

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  13. This is must have, so I have to give a try. I loved The Goddess Is in the Details, it's my favorite of your books.

    My email is anna.kaija at outlook.com

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  14. My fave of the ones I've read is "The Goddess Is In the Details".

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  15. I am new to the path and haven't read any yet but I just added a ton to my wish list..
    Danielle Stone
    dm.stone@hot mail.com

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  16. I haven't read any books yet but they look really good. I just have to figure out which to get.

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    1. Get the newest one, Everyday Witchcraft, and then work your way backward :-)

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  17. The Goddess is in the Details has always been my favorite non-fiction by you.. But now it has competition in Everyday Witchcraft! :) you're writing style is fun and down to earth and always informative! I know I've written a review for EW but I'll have to go back& see if I ever did for The Goddess since I've had that one so long, I don't remember, ha!

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    1. I appreciate you checking, Sheila. Reviews are SO important to authors.

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    2. Amazon review of The Goddess is in the Details added!

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  18. I am loving Everyday Witchcraft right now!

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  19. Goddess in the Details for sure. This book helped me remember who I am after a very very bad time in my life.

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  20. don't have a fav

    bn100candg at hotmail dot com

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  21. Goodness... not sure I can pick just one :-) I devoured the Baba series in about a week. Can't wait for the next one!!

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  22. I think my favorite is Witchcraft on a Shoestring. It had so many great ideas. Ideas that are handy for witches and for people that just like crafts and cooking!

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  23. OMG I'm such a terrible lurker. But today's Saturday and my first day (including weekend day) in a long time I'm not busy. YAY time to actually reply to the things I read! 8D

    Current favorites of yours are a toss-up between Witchcraft on a Shoestring and The Witch's Broom (w-which I need to finish reading 9,9). And I /really/ want to get Everyday Witchcraft: Making Time for Spirit in a Too-Busy World. And of course, your Baba Yaga books!

    LOVE YOU! LOVE ALL YOUR POSTS! Even if I don't get to reply to them most times.

    dragondancer5150@yahoo.com

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    1. You've been around here for a long time, babe--I forgive you :-)

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  24. Everyday Witchcraft for me. It helps to blend my POV seamlessly within my three grandchildren's lives.

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  25. I was recently introduced to you/your work through your book The Goddess Is In The Details and it made a huge impact on how I view and understand my life path now. That said, it is my favorite for various reasons. I asked to get your book Everyday Witch A to Z Spellbook as a Mother's Day gift, which I did! I'm hoping to read The Witch's Broom next. As I enjoy your work, I'm expanding my knowledge of the everyday paganism mindset. I'm looking to learn more about the Wheel of the Year and the eight Sabbats and I think your Midsummer book would be the perfect introduction to the theme in general, as well as to the Llewelyn's Sabbat Essentials series. I'm so thankful to be able to tap into your work to guide me through the everyday process of living my authentic life. Thank you for sharing your wisdom Deborah!

    Sofia
    itsmydejavu@yahoo.com

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    1. Thank YOU, Sofia! I'm having a rough writing day, and it helps to be reminded that my books touch people in a meaningful way :-)

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    2. You're quite welcome. It's nice to see we can help each other just by sharing ~ a sort of Wheel of Gratitude where we can all give and receive in the process. :-) Sofia

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  26. I love them all Deborah, but then I adore you :)

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    1. Awwww.... right back atcha, Heather!

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  27. How do I choose one? I have to choose "The Goddess is in the Details." But I love all of your Witchy books and your style of writing, just like sitting at the kitchen table chatting with a good girlfriend. :)

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    1. Lisa, you're the winner! (So says Random.org) Email me at magicmysticminerva at yahoo to tell me where to send it!

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  28. I love The Witch's Broom. Even bought a copy for my cousin.

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  29. That's like asking me which of your kids was my favorite lol. I'd have to say it's a tie between Witchcraft on A Shoestring since it was the first one of yours I got and Everyday Witchcraft A to Z because it's so awesome.

    Kit

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  30. The everyday witch book of spells is hands down my favorite go to spell book and I use it all the time but I am also quite fond of circle coven and grove. Love all of your books and thank you for writing so much inspiring stuff.

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  31. Pick a favourite book. That's a hard one. It would be a toss up between the Witch's Broom and Wickedly Dangerous. I'm pretty sure I wrote reviews of both. :) They're all good, that's why I keep buying them. Keep the books coming!

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  32. And the winner is Lisa Mulloy! Congrats Lisa! Contact me with your address :-)

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