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Intro: Annie O'Neil, The Nightshift Before Christmas #Giveaway

This week we have Intro on Author on: Annie O'Neil.  She has a new release, 

The Nightshift Before Christmas (Christmas Eve Magic)

 She also has a Kindle copy giveaway for one commenter! 


Annie O'Neil on the web:

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Do you like summer or winter?
I am definitely a winter girl. Maybe that’s why I like writing Christmas books set in the mountains so much! I’d far rather be snuggled up in a cosy sweater by the fire reading a book or crunching across a frosty field than waving a fan. That said, I adore the sea and summer brings out the crazy person in me. This year I ran TWO half marathons in the summer. I wasn’t fast, nor was I anything approaching attractive by the time I crossed the finish line - but I did it! Hmmm….Maybe I like both. :-) 
Air-conditioned room or crackling fireplace?
Crackling fireplace. No contest.

What was your favorite scene to write?

My absolute favourite scene to write in this book was the snow angel scene up on the roof. I am a great believer that making snow angels can dispel any sort of horrible mood - no matter how old you are.

Tell us about your book...


This book is about Josh and Katie West. They were one of those ‘meant to be forever’ couples until tragedy struck. The way they dealt with their combined grief tore them apart. Josh receives one of those job offers you just can’t refuse - and he takes it as a sign that he has one last chance to try and win back his wife’s heart - if not? It’s time to let her go. Armed with a bag of Christmas magic, he arrives in the mountainside resort town she has been hiding away in and sets about reminding Katie just how deep their love really is.

All through the hospital…magic was stirring 
It might be Christmas, but Dr. Katie McGann would prefer to bury her head in her work than celebrate. Until her estranged husband Dr. Josh West strides into the ER, turning heads and making her heart flip. 
Two years ago their world and their dreams ended, and they had to part. But Josh vowed never to stop fighting for his wife, and with the clock about to strike midnight he knows he has one last chance to heal Katie's heart…one kiss under the mistletoe at a time.

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18 comments:

  1. Congratulations on the release of this book!

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    1. Thanks Karen! I know I'm not supposed to play favourites - but this one is definitely one of my favs. I hope you enjoy!

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  2. Thanks for this intro to author Annie O'Neil and her book!

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    1. If you like Yuletide delights - hopefully you will enjoy this one! Thanks for the reading x Annie O'

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    1. I'm delighted to hear you say that! I was a bit dubious about the cover - but it has definitely grown on me. :-) Enjoy! Annie O'

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  4. Congratulations on the book, sounds awesome!

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    1. Thanks Hilary - I'm so glad you like the sound of it. I am obviously VERY prejudiced, but I do like this one a lot! x Annie O'

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  5. I like the sound of this story, congrats on the release!

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    1. Thanks Cynthia! I love writing Christmas stories...and this one was no different. Now to write one about a doctor who can't stop making gingerbread houses......

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  6. Hi Annie

    I loved this story and yes the snow angel scene is so good I have never made a snow angel must get to the snow one day and of so :)

    Congrats on the release

    Have Fun
    Helen

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    1. Thank you so much Helen! I'm delighted you enjoyed the book so much and thrilled you enjoyed the snow angel scene as much as I did. They are great fun to make (if not slightly awkward to extract oneself from!) x Annie O'

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  7. Oooh, this sounds like my kinda story. If I don't win it, I reckon I'll have to buy it!

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    1. Thank you Susan...it's definitely one of my favourites - good luck and I hope you enjoy whichever way you end up reading it! x Annie O'

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  8. I may not be a winter girl (I'm definitely summer!) but Christmas is my favourite holiday all year round. So I love reading novels and celebrating it!

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    1. Yahoo!!!!! Enjoy your holidays this year - x Annie O'

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  9. Sounds like a wonderful holiday romance!

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  10. We just had our first real snow of the year. I guess it can be romantic...

    Good luck with your new release!

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