Autumn Harvest: Fall Between the Sheets

It’s Blog Tour time!

As summer winds to a close in the next few days, my favorite season takes up the baton in the relay of the life cycle. I have a new release scheduled to come out in October, and since it takes place right here in my home state, I thought I’d show you some of the local sights. I live in Lynchburg, Virginia. Nearby attractions would be the Natural Bridge, the Bedford WWII Memorial, Downtown Lynchburg, Liberty University, The Blue Ridge Parkway with the Appalachian Trail, and Appomattox Courthouse.

WIN A PRIZE!  Anyone who can tell me the significance of Appomattox Courthouse to the United States will win their choice of one of the following PDF novels:

1. A Deal with the Devil, Part One, by J. Gunnar Grey

2. Heartsight by Kay Springsteen

3. The Keepers by Monique O’Connor James

4. Tinsel Town by Stephanie Taylor

5. Through the Rabbit Hole by Lisa Kumar

6. The Perfect Rose by Felicia Rogers

7. A New Dream by Elaine Cantrell

8. Lizzie and the Rebel by Stephy Smith

9. Wayward Soul by Kim Bowman

10. The Picture by Stephanie Taylor

11. Lucky for Her by Stephanie Taylor

12. Sunny Days, Moonlit Nights by Jean Joachim

13.  Lifeline Echoes by Kay Springsteen

14. Elusive Echoes by Kay Springsteen

15. Matrimonial Mayhem (anthology) by G. Grey, T. Girardi, E. Cantrell, J.F. Jenkins, K. Bowman, and K. Springsteen

Three commenters drawn at random will receive their choice of one of the above PLUS a PDF copy of Heartsent hot off the presses.

Heartsent by Kay Springsteen

With her strict no-dating-within-the-department rule, Firefighter Lina Standish has a nickname in the Salem Hills Fire Department: Lina “Standoffish”. But Firefighter Kevin Daly has had his eye on Standoffish ever since a locker room incident nearly a year earlier, and now he plans to break all her rules. With the help of his niece and a hot-air balloon, he gets Lina’s attention and she agrees to “hang out” with Kevin as friends off duty, to take it slow and see where things go between them. Then Lina’s life is turned upside down by a surprise miracle who doesn’t even have a name. Kevin’s ready to step up, but is Lina?

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) HAVE FUN!!!

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3) THIS TOUR STARTS: Monday, September 19, at Midnight (Arizona Time)
THIS TOUR ENDS: Monday, September 26, at Midnight (Arizona Time)
Winners will be drawn and posted September 27th! ***

4) MEET AND MINGLE WITH ALL THE AUTHORS & BOOK PAGES! EXPERIENCE A NEW DESTINATION AT EVERY STOP! PARTICIPATE IN EVERY BLOG CONTEST AND BE ENTERED FOR CHANCES TO WIN MULTIPLE PRIZES! EVERY BLOG VISITED IS ANOTHER OPPORTUNITY TO WIN!!

5) PARTICIPATION AT ALL BLOGS IS RECOMMENDED, BUT NOT REQUIRED. REMEMBER, THE MORE BLOGS YOU HOP, THE BETTER YOUR CHANCES OF WINNING PRIZES. EVERY AUTHOR & BOOK PAGE IS WAITING TO MEET AND INTERACT WITH YOU, SO PLEASE BE SURE TO SHOW THEM SOME LOVE!

6) DID I MENTION TO HAVE FUN? WHOO! HOO!! HERE WE GOOOOOOOOOOOO!***Authors & Book Pages have full discretion to choose an alternate winner in the event any winner fails to claim their prize(s) within 72 hours of their name being posted or after notification of win, whichever comes first. Anyone who participates in this blog hop tour is subject to these rules***

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36 thoughts on “Autumn Harvest: Fall Between the Sheets

  1. Lindsay says:

    The courthouse is where General Robert E Lee surrendered his sword to General US Grant. Thereby, effectively terminating the conflict between brothers, father and sons and families which some call the American CIvil War or The War Between the States.

  2. Reviews By Molly says:

    The Appomatox Courthouse is where Gen. R.E. Lee went into the parlor of that courthouse, and after realizing he had no choice to do so seeing the Union soldiers pursuing his retreat to North Carolina, signed the surrender papers, thus withdrawing Virginia from the fight. The end of the Civil War and Lee’s last stand. (I love me some Civil War history!)

    Thank you for hosting this stop on the blog hop!

    MollyATreviewsbymollyDOTcom

  3. LorettaLynn says:

    It was the final engagment before the surrender of the confederate army.
    Thank you for the great giveaway:)
    elliott2668(at)yahoo(dot)com

  4. Shadow says:

    was the final engagement of Confederate States Army General Robert E. Lee’s Army of Northern Virginia before it surrendered to the Union Army under Lt. Gen. Ulysses S. Grant, and one of the last battles of the American Civil War.
    than you for the contest!
    shadowluvs2read(at)aol(dot)com

  5. Patti P says:

    It’s where General Lee surrendered his Confederate army to General Grant of the Union Army 9 April 1865,thus ending the American Civil War.
    Thanks for the great post and the giveaway.

    musicalfrog at comcast.net

  6. terri dion says:

    The Appomattox Courthouse was significant during the Civil War. In the spring of 1865, General Robert E. Lee surrendered to the Union Forces at Appomattox Courthouse. The surrendering of Robert E. Lee signified the ending of the Civil War and the ending of the Southern states attempting to become an independent country.
    good luck to all!!

    terri_dion@hotmail.com

  7. Julie Witt says:

    I hate to sound like I’m copying, but since there’s only one answer it’s the place where General Lee surrendered his Confederate army to General Grant of the Union Army 9 April 1865, effectively ending the Civil War 😀
    Awesome giveaway by the way!!

  8. Ronda Tutt says:

    Awesome Giveaway, so I had to look your question up about the significance of Appomattox Courthouse to the United States, I am a little rusty on my history but I always find it interesting because I am a veteran and love my country.

    The Battle of Appomattox Court House, fought on the morning of April 9, 1865, was the final engagement of Confederate States Army General Robert E. Lee’s Army of Northern Virginia before it surrendered to the Union Army under Lt. Gen. Ulysses S. Grant, and one of the last battles of the American Civil War.

    Significance = Union of the states = UNITED STATES

  9. Tricia Schneider says:

    Looks like everyone had the same answer I did! General Lee surrendered to General Grant and the American Civil War came to an end. Oh, but I have to tell you, I visited the Natural Bridge when I was about 9 and I was fascinated by it. It really stuck in my memory! Great giveaway!

    tricia(at)triciaschneider(dot)com

  10. Anne R says:

    The Appomattox Courthouse is where General Lee surrender thus ending the Southern states attempt to create a separate nation.
    The civil war is one of my favorite times in history. Thanks for the great giveaway.

    areeths AT new DOT rr DOT com

  11. Lori Z says:

    On April 9, 1865, the final engagement between General Lee and General Grant occurred before Lee surrendered to Grant at the home of WIlmer and Virginia McLean, located Appomattox Court House, Virginia. Thus ending the Civil War/The War Between the States.

  12. books4me says:

    General Robert E. Lee surrendered to General Ulysses S. Grant, which ended the Civil War at Appomattox Court House on April 9, 1865.

    books4me67 at ymail.com

  13. Kim McMinn Castillo says:

    It was the location of the final engagement of Confederate States Army General Robert E. Lee’s Army of Northern Virginia before it surrendered to the Union Army under Lt. Gen. Ulysses S. Grant, and one of the last battles of the American Civil War.

    I honestly did not know that, so thanks for the question, so that I had to look it up. How interesting.

    kimcas731@yahoo.com

  14. BonaFideReflections (@Laurielu1207) says:

    On April 9, 1865 after four years of Civil War, approximately 630,000 deaths and over 1 million casualties, General Robert E. Lee surrendered the Confederate Army of Northern Virginia to Lieutenant General Ulysses S. Grant, at the home of Wilmer and Virginia McLean in the rural town of Appomattox Court House, Virginia. General Lee arrived at the McLean home shortly after 1:00 p.m. followed a half hour later by General Grant. (Gotta love Google!) Thanks for helping learn a fact about our American History!

    Happy Reading, Writing & Blogging,
    Laurielu
    Bona Fide Reflections
    bonafidereflections(at)gmail(dot)com

  15. Amanda Romano (@amelno79) says:

    The Appomattox Court House was where Lee gave his final stand against what he thought was just the Union calvary on April 9, 1865. Little did he know that there were also TWO corps of Union infantrymen also waiting. So knowing he was beat Lee surrendered to Grant and signed the documents of his surrender to the Union. Both sides were tired of fighting. Three days later the Army of Northern Virginia was disbanded. Short time later other general’s and armies started to follow suit with only a few more battles until the Civil War ended. Love my state’s history 🙂
    amelno(at)gmail(dot)com

  16. Jennyt82 says:

    We aren’t taught American history here in the UK and I know I could just google it and find out the answer but that seems like cheating to me. So I’m just going to put my hands up and admit that I don’t know the answer. I’m still going to pimp you out though and promote your fantastic giveaway even if my answer does put me out of the running 😦

  17. Meg Mims says:

    Now is it Appottomax? or Appattomox? or Appaloosattamax? 😉 😉 😉 INSIDE joke, as in Lee surrendered to Grant there. LOL

    And like, WOW, show us up by this fab giveaway!! LOVE the photos.

  18. June M. says:

    On April 9, 1865, the last battle of the Civil War was fought at Appomattox Courthouse, before Lee surrendered.
    Thanks for the giveaway.
    GFC: June M.
    manning_j2004 at yahoo dot com

  19. Renee Rearden says:

    Kay,

    Great post. I feel weird about leaving a comment on the courthouse because so many others did…especially after I had to Google the answer. So, I’ll just say thank you for joining the hop, posting a great article, and having a fantastic giveaway! Can’t wait to read more of your work!!!

    ReneeRearden(at)yahoo(dot)com

  20. ashley says:

    The Appomattox Courthouse was significant during the Civil War. In the spring of 1865, General Robert E. Lee surrendered to the Union Forces at Appomattox Courthouse. The surrending of Robert E. Lee signified the ending of the Civil War and the ending of the Southern states attempting to become an independent country.

    shadowestr@aol.com

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