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Book Hour on Georgia Radio features The Ex Lottery
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Buy-A-Winning-Lottery-Ticket Day
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THANKS FOR A GREAT WEEKEND
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The Ex Lottery Hits Top 100 in Free Amazon Kindle Bestsellers and Top 10 in Contemporary Romance!
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The Ex Lottery Hits Top 100 in Free Contemporary Romance on Amazon!
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GET LOST IN THE STORY ON NOVEMBER 13TH
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Free on Kindle November 13-16th!
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JACK-O’-LANTERNS ARE IRISH

Book Hour on Georgia Radio features The Ex Lottery

  The Ex Lottery will be featured on the Publisher’s Best Book Hour by the Georgia Radio Reading Service (GaRRS) from December 29, 2014 through January 8, 2015. My novel will be read by Matt Robbins over ten one-hour episodes at 10 o’clock each evening.

I was unaware of GaRRS until Robbins contacted me and asked to read my novel on air. What a wonderful organization! GaRRS is a nonprofit, closed circuit, radio station that broadcasts to the visually impaired and to individuals who are too weak to read or unable to hold a book. For more information about this wonderful program, go to www.garrs.net. If you know someone in Georgia who might benefit from this service, the information is on the website

Robbins is just one of over 500 volunteers working for the radio station. He reads and records novels for listeners. Reading is like breathing to me so I’m glad to learn that there is a group offering this service to those in need. According to the radio station’s website, more than 800,000 people in Georgia alone are legally blind or visually disabled. I was more than happy for my novel to be read to this group, but I did have one concern. I explained to Robbins that my novel contained some “racy” scenes—The Ex Lottery is a contemporary romance, after all. He laughed and told me that listeners had requested Fifty Shades of Grey also so my novel’s content shouldn’t be a problem. The reading of The Ex Lottery begins today.  I hope the GaRRS listeners enjoy!

Buy-A-Winning-Lottery-Ticket Day

lotteryblogI’m declaring today national Buy-A-Winning-Lottery Ticket day. I’m gonna use the lucky numbers from The Ex Lottery. Who knows what I’ll win.

I only buy lottery tickets when numbers grow so large that statistically someone should win. Of course, I usually win zero dollars, but occasionally I win enough to buy another lottery ticket. But I am okay donating a dollar to the education system from time to time.

I’d like to think that if I used Tory’s lottery’s numbers, I might win. So today, I’ll give it a go. After all, her winning lottery ticket brought her much more than money.

 

“Two, fourteen. Three, seventeen. Four, twenty-one.”

Tory’s eyes popped open. The rough voice was just above a whisper, and the sound was like a caress across her bare neck. Her heart pounded against her chest.

She’d forgotten about the man sitting across the aisle. Okay, if she were perfectly honest, she’d been trying to forget about the man across the aisle. To forget that his shoulders were so broad that they pressed against the edges of his first-class seat. That his black bangs were just a bit too long, and the curls dipped down to catch on incredibly long eyelashes, making her think of Cal.

When she’d walked on the plane, her eyes had locked with his, and she’d almost tumbled into her first Southern swoon. He’d noticed. A grin had crinkled the corners of his eyes, and she’d slipped into her seat and avoided eye contact. Now, he was settled in the vacant seat next to her, repeating her lottery numbers.”

—“The Ex Lottery” by Kim Sanders

So go ahead, donate a dollar to the education system and maybe you will buy the winning lottery ticket and an adventure.

THANKS FOR A GREAT WEEKEND

The free promo weekend for The Ex Lottery was a hit. Thanks to all the new readers. Hope you enjoy the romance. And the virtual trip to Ireland.IMG_9840 Please drop me a review on Amazon if you happen to journey back to order your next book.

 

I took most of the weekend off to read and walk the Lowcountry beaches with my husband. It was a bit cold and foggy, but the sun came out Sunday afternoon. Yesterday’s walk did make me think of the castle ruins scattered across Ireland. Tory, the main character in the novel, loves castles.

 

Standing at the edge of the seashore yesterday, I could see another tiny island. No one lives on that island now, but my husband and I could see an abandoned house. The house is slowly falling apart and its feet are made of pilings which are stuck firmly in the sea. The waves pound the house, but it still stands just like all the majestic ruins that are scattered across Ireland. However, this coastal ruin will slowly rot since it is made of wood, not stone. Still just like the old Irish castles, this house was a home and it makes me wonder what stories lurk within its walls. Maybe one day I’ll write a story about that house, but for now I think I prefer the majestic castles of Ireland—preferably ones that aren’t being washed away to sea.

Thanks again for ordering my book.

The Ex Lottery Hits Top 100 in Free Amazon Kindle Bestsellers and Top 10 in Contemporary Romance!

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It has been an amazing two days!  Readers continue to download THE EX LOTTERY as part of a four-day free Kindle promotion on Amazon. Thank you to all the romance readers who selected my book as their next read. I hope it is the perfect book for your weekend entertainment.

This afternoon, THE EX LOTTERY moved up in the Amazon Bestseller Rankings to place #58 in free books in the Amazon Kindle Store, #8 in Contemporary Romance, and #20 in Contemporary.

The promotion continues through Sunday so I hope you’ll tell your friends.  Download your copy here!

 

The Ex Lottery Hits Top 100 in Free Contemporary Romance on Amazon!

Thanks to all the readers who have downloaded my book this morning. The Ex Lottery is now in the top 100 of Amazon free Bestsellers for Contemporary Romance. 

If you have not gotten your copy yet you can grab it by clicking on the link below!

The Ex Lottery—Free on Kindle—November 13-16th.


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GET LOST IN THE STORY ON NOVEMBER 13TH

Today, I’m joining Donnell Bell at GetLostInAStory.blogspot.com to answer a few questions about my latest novel. Come join the conversation.

 

And while you’re there, answer a question for me. I’m asking readers this: What man/actor would you like to meet in an Irish bar and how would you convince him to remove his shirt? Can’t wait to hear from you.

Download Your Free Copy of The Ex Lottery Here!

In the meantime, here’s a quick peek into The Ex Lottery when Tory steps into a pub in Dublin:

SHANE SPOTTED HER THE INSTANT she stepped into the dark pub. ……

He smiled, a slow upward grin, and rose to claim her before the six men who had swiveled on their bar stools could beat him to it.

Leanan sidhe,” Shane exhaled under his breath as he approached her.

Tory frowned. “No, it’s Tory.”

Amused, Shane pointed to the back of the bar, careful not to touch her this time. “I remember. My table’s in the corner.”

Tory hesitated, but Shane had already claimed her bag and was walking toward a dark table nestled in the back of the pub. She took in her surroundings, her eyes drawn to the massive, intricately carved bar. The wood was rich and dark, but the back wall was all mirrors.  It reflected the endless rows of pure, clear glasses. The glass sparkled, spinning off images of transparent blue fairies flying in and out of a translucent sea. She took one step forward, but stopped when a voice from the right shouted at her.

“Yeo, girlie!” a patron shouted, wobbling on top of the farthest barstool. Her eyes shifted away from the magic to focus on the man with short red curls, freckles, and a neck thicker than her thigh. “Don’t be wasting your time on that sod. He’ll just break your wee little heart. Come have a pint of the Black Stuff with me.”

“Shut your gob, Neil. The girl’s not after finding a lad in his pints,” the bartender stated.

“I’m not after anyone,” Tory piped in, “just a decent meal.”

“Ahhh, B’Jaysis, and American too! Listen to that lovely drawl,” Neil sighed, and the room erupted in mirth and bawdy comments.

THE EX LOTTERY by Kim Sanders

Free on Kindle November 13th  – 16th 

Download Your Free Copy of The Ex Lottery Here!

Free on Kindle November 13-16th!

kindle The upcoming Thanksgiving holidays have put me in a giving mood.  For four days, you can download the Kindle version of The Ex Lottery for free! Download your copy here!  Spread the word!

 

Don’t have a Kindle? You can download the Kindle Reading App on most computers, tablets and smartphones.  Download the Kindle Reading App Here!

 

You are just a click away from a light-hearted romance set in Ireland!

 

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JACK-O’-LANTERNS ARE IRISH

pumpkinSince writing The Ex Lottery, I’m a little obsessed with all things Irish, but I was surprised when I started looking up Halloween stories that might interest my readers.

Did you know that by some accounts the tradition of carving a jack-o’-lantern on Halloween originated in Ireland? The Irish carved grotesque faces into turnips and beets.  Our neighborhood sticks to carving pumpkins, but those pumpkins greet an amazing number of Irish descendants.

The Irish Travelers live just outside my town’s city limits in Murphy’s Village. They spare no expense dressing their children for this special night. So tonight, I’ll be sitting on a neighborhood porch with friends handing out thousands of pieces of candy treats to the long lines of goblins, princes, and super heroes.

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