Tuesday, December 15, 2015

A Christmas Present For Yourself

I hope everyone had a wonderful Christmas. I'm announcing the winners of my Rocky Mountain Pursuit giveaway today. Congrats to Mary Birchwood Lawson, Trixi Oberembt, and Beth F. Ladies, if you could send me a private message with your mailing addresses, I'll put the book in the mail to you. If you didn't win and you want a chance to read the book for free, I have a Goodreads giveaway going until January 21, 2016 at:https://www.goodreads.com/.../167101-rocky-mountain-pursuit .

Thanks to dear old Santa who has kindly agreed to help me, I will be giving away three autographed advanced copies of Rocky Mountain Pursuit, my upcoming February Love Inspired Suspense release.

To enter, just go over to my blog at: http://authormaryalford.blogspot.com/ and tell me what your favorite Christmas memory is. I'll select three winners and let you know the names of the winners right here.
The contest will run through Christmas Eve. Good luck.


  1. Thank you for this chance to win one of your wonderful books! One of my favorite Christmas memories isn't from a certain year, but is something I used to love to do while I was growing up. I loved to make Christmas candy and cookies! I would start about a month before Christmas and make goodies every few days. Then I would layer them in empty ice cream buckets and put them in the freezer for our family to enjoy throughout the Christmas season.

  2. Favorite Christmas memories are ones growing up and spending time with my family! Used to gather at my grandma's house for the day, eat and all us kids would play. Great times!

  3. A favorite memory is of the Christmas our daughter was 4 and our son was 6 months old. We were stationed in Alaska. Our daughter decided after we decorated the tree that it was her job to take off the ornaments one at a time, take them to her brother and explain what they were to him. She would then go put it back on the tree, get another one , and repeat the process. When asked what she was doing, she explained she wanted him to know what Christmas was and not be afraid when Santa came.