Thursday, December 27, 2012

On the third day of Christmas my Kindle gave to me...

On the first day of Christmas my Kindle gave to me...

A book from Havan Fellows!

We are super excited to welcome back Havan Fellows to our blog.

Author:  Havan Fellows

Intro:  I annoy, love, respect, scare, seduce, hurt, anger, infatuate, frustrate, flatter, envy, amuse and tolerate everyone. I just do it better in writing thanks to a little thing called . . . edits
I'm a mild mannered person (well, when no one is riling up the Italian in me) with an extraordinary imagination just itching to get under your skin. I enjoy getting lost in a book or two a day and never want to be found. Please email me with all the pros and cons you can muster up, debating is a favorite pastime! ;)

Today's question is: 

What is your favorite holiday dish?

Havan says: Well, if you mean a dinner dish I'm a dressing fanatic, preferably with giblets and lots of it...if you are talking just anything you may put in your mouth during the holiday season...ahhhh...White Christmas coffee *winks*

Our giveaway today is a any book on Havan's backlist including A Trace of Christmas Spirit. To enter to win a copy leave a comment telling us about your favorite holiday dish.

Ever since his brother's death, Camden doesn't do Christmas. This is exactly what he plans to tell his bigoted parents on what will be his last Christmas trip up north. But when he gets snowed-in with the eccentric and way too jolly Trace, just maybe spirits can be revived.

Find it here at All Romance!

Check out what previous authors have to say about what their favorite holiday dish is:

Lissa: Turkey, mashed potatoes and gravy, all mixed together till it’s almost soup. That’s the best.

Daniel: Homemade fantasy fudge (I really want to know what this is!) 


  1. Okay, I don't like liver, but I LOVE them stuffed with a chestnut, wrapped in bacon and poked with a toothpick. I guess if you call it Rumaki you can pretend it's not liver?? *waves at Havan & Jenny* Hi Missy, too! You just don't know me!

  2. my favorite dish is green bean casserole , and smased potatoes and gravy.
    Hi AMychelle

  3. for Christmas my favorite is Turkey (but we usually have ham which is good too) and the fresh cranberry orange salsa and pecan pies (mini-ones).

  4. My favorite holiday dishes are usually sweets; my grandmother used to make a wonderful homemade divinity.


  5. Candied Yams ! Love me some Sweet Potatoes!

  6. Iced christmas cookies.