Tuesday, September 2, 2014

Double Anthology Giveaway

It's Giveaway #2 Time...

As many of you know, I am a regular contributor to the Timeless Romance Anthologies (a set of 6 romantic short stories by 6 different authors, each set having its own theme). A few of those anthologies are available in print. This For Elise Launch Week prize is...


A set of TWO Timeless Romance Anthologies, Summer Wedding and Spring Vacation print editions.


How to enter...

TRA has done wedding, vacation, Autumn mystery, Christmas, winter, Old West, NYC, European, and Love Letter editions and will be doing Regency, Historical Christmas, California, Halloween, and Contemporary Christmas editions. What theme would you like to see the Timeless Romance Anthologies tackle in the future?

Comment on this post and/or the corresponding post on my Facebook Author Page (facebook.com/SarahMEden) with your answer.
One entry per person per post (1 on the blog, 1 on the FB post). Contest will close Wed, Sept 3rd, at 8am MDT.
US and Canada only, please.

33 comments:

Sally T. said...

Love letters would be a lovely theme - either showing both sides of a love story or one side (like Daddy Long Legs) or more modern emails. :-)

Sally T. said...

Saw the FB comment. :-) My new thought is time travel. Bit of a Doctor Who fan myself. But I don't see y'all going sci-fi...

Sarah M Eden said...

Next year's Halloween edition is going to be paranormal... so a Doctor Who-esque/Sci-Fi theme isn't outside the realm of possibilities!

The Clews Crew said...

I think wartime romance, like Civil War or WW1.

Kellie said...

I would like to see a Spring theme or some sort of present meets the past collision in time theme (like The Lake House movie).

Molly Adamek said...

I posted on FB too but I was so exhilarated by traveling to Asia and my brother and sis in law have lived all over Asia that I will suggest Asian travel (although I realize it depends on the time period as to whether certain countries' borders were open)

Excited for the paranormal edition next year!

Lonna said...

I would love a good mystery /suspense for Halloween. Paranormal will be great.

Heather and Jake said...

Some island romance would be great!

Winnie Thomas said...

Scotland, either in the past or now, or Hawaii would be fun.

Amber Bryce said...

Wartime, medieval, sea/island, southern, mountains, time travel.

Stephanie said...

I think an On the Sea one would be cool- it could include modern stories like cruise ships as well as historical stories on boats.

Matt and Rebecca said...

We're Doctor Who fans also, so my daughter says Time Travel. . . I would like to see a WWII theme. Germans torn apart because of the war. English and Italian too. . . Throw in some Japaneese. . . That would be awesome!

Heidi Robbins said...

I'm thinking medieval would be fun! I'm a huge fan of novella collections since I can read and finish a nice story at the end of a long hard day- the perfect way to relax!

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Julie Goldbeck said...

Romance set in historical New Orleans.

Simpson Family said...

I also love western and regency. I would love for you to do a mail-order bride story or read about 3 best friends and see how they all find love.

Brooke said...

I think the beach, or Hawaii would be one that would just remove me from my regular life for a little bit to somewhere I would love to be. I also think the time travel one would be fun. I really like the cruise ship/on the sea idea above also.

Becky Smith said...

Rocky Mountain Romance or set in Ireland

Rachel said...

I think a forties/ WWII would be cute :)

Unknown said...

World war 2 or civil war faelynn marble

Cheyenne Lynnae said...

Utah style! Or a 19 Kids and Counting style courtship. Haha probably would be a pleasant challenge lol.

Becca Kesler said...

Scotland or England themed stories...because who doesn't love a good accent!

Unknown said...

Maybe one all about the first time people meet and what they thought of each other. Kind of like "love at first sight" themed, I guess!

Carissa May said...

Castles and royalty

Alysa said...

WW1 or Civil War would be great.

Fearlesslystaystrong said...

Victorian; or Gothic like Jane Eyre!

Rachel said...

WW2 times!

Amanda Clark said...

Amish, widower/widow, family heirloom...

Abigail Bruner said...

Regency in a variety of countries! :) I'd like to get to know a variety of cultures in this time proud period.

Kimber Jones said...

I've been on a medieval kick lately. I've also recently read a few Gilded Age historical novels and enjoyed that era as well. And of course anything with a princess.

Brandon and Camille Smithson said...

I know it has already been said, but I like wartime romance as an idea as well. Also, maybe "Happily Ever After" and it be like a princess theme?

Allerednic said...

Medieval would be fun. . .:)

yatesfamily said...

Oooh, fairy tales, new beginnings, or Ireland!!!

Tiffany said...

Fairytales revisited!!

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