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How about a little VD giveaway?

I couldn't resist. If you're as old as I am, you remember well how STDs used to be called VDs, and you always giggled because it meant you'd be looking at clinical drawings of naughty bits on the overhead projector. Didn't matter that they were clinical--they were still naughty bits.

Enough with the naughty bits and acronyms for social diseases! I'm running a giveaway this week over on my author page, because it's VD, also known as Valentines or Singles Awareness Day. What better way to celebrate love than with a good clean read that's laugh out loud funny and racking up the 4 and 5 star reviews on Amazon?  Arms Wide Open (hopefully) reminds us that sometimes a second chance at love falls in your lap when you least expect it, and it's okay to embrace the possibilities!

So here's what you do: if you haven't already, click on my Facebook page and like it. Then tag a friend. You're entered to win, and if your friend likes my page too, she's entered and you get another entry. How easy is that? Thirty seconds of your life might get you a $10 Amazon gift card. I'll draw the winner at random on Saturday and contact you on Facebook if you're the lucky one!

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