Weapons Trivia

I’ve had several trivia contests on my blog lately. All you die hard Christie Craig fans seem to love them, so I’m doing another one here. But there’s a twist. In this one you still have to email me at christie@christie-craig.com with the name of the book it came out of. However, this one is all about weapons my heroines have used in my books.

  1. In which book did the heroine use a cast iron skillet to take down the bad guy?
  2. In which book was a tampon the heroine’s weapon of choice?
  3. In which book was petrified dinosaur poop used knock the crap out of a hit man?
  4. In what book did the heroine use a singing fish to protect herself?
  5. In which book did the heroine use the back of the toilet to crack a bad guy’s skull?
  6. In which book did the heroine use a bust of herself to even the odds with the villain?
  7. In which book did the heroine take down the bad guy with a severed arm of an angel?
  8. In which book was a toilet plunger used as a lethal weapon?
  9. In which book did the heroine use a statue of Buddha to bring the bad guy down to his knees?

So, there you have it. Send your answers to me at chrisite@christie-craig.com. I’ll select someone with the most correct answers and send them a prize. So, get busy, re-read my books, or do whatever you have to do to answer these questions.

As you can see, I have used a variety of creative weapons in my books. Guns? Knives? Too passe for my heroines! But I wanted to ask you to put on your thinking caps and come up with some other creative weapons you think would be funny in one of my books. Write your suggestions in the comments below. Nothing is too outrageous. I mean, really, one of my heroines used petrified dinosaur poop!

Plus, don’t forget to get your copy of The Cop Who Stole Christmas while it’s till ONLY 99 cents! Download it today at Amazon, Barnes & Noble,iBooks, Kobo, Smashwords and  All Romance.

 

Merry Christmas!

Merry-Christmas-WishesI just wanted to take this opportunity to wish everyone a very Merry Christmas! I hope you spend the holidays surrounded by those you love.

 

 

 

The kids are playing, dinner is in the oven, you’ve got a glass of your favorite wine, and you have a few minutes to relax. Now all you need is a good book that will make you laugh, cry and fall in love. Well, good news! The Cop Who Stole Christmas is still only 99 cents for the holidays.

Here are a few more things you’ll learn from The Cop Who Stole Christmas:

  1. What’s worse than being accused of murder? How about having your two best friends accused instead, and told one of them may be framing you for the crime.
  2. Shaving those legs can be a royal pain in the a$$, but he might be worth it.
  3. There are different kinds of kisses and some are really hard to walk away from.
  4. Being naughty or nice isn’t always an either/or scenario. You can be both and still not get coal in your stockings for Christmas.
  5. The rule of never dating the girl next door can be remedied by simply moving in with her.
  6. Tripping and falling in your own kitchen is a downer, but tripping over a body can really put a damper on your evening.

MedTheCopWhoStoleChristmasIt’ll take a tall, hot Texan and a little holiday spirit to mend a broken heart and catch a Christmas killer . . .


Savanna Edwards is feeling downright Scrooge-like. Who can blame her? A truly unjolly Santa—suit, beard and all—just repossessed her car because of her ex’s shady business dealings. She’d like to murder the no-good lying cheat, but somebody already did that for her—and left him right in the middle of her kitchen, wrapped up with a bow.

Detective Mark Donaldson has a rule against getting involved with his neighbors. He can look—and he’s studied every sweet curve of Savanna from across the street—but he can’t touch. So when she lands on his doorstep in need of help, he finds himself torn between being naughty or nice, and fights every urge to unwrap her like a shiny new Christmas present.

Trouble is, even Mark can’t resist a little holiday magic . . . and there’s definitely something magical happening between him and the girl next door.

“Readers will be instantly drawn into this suspenseful story that is balanced by a fun, sexy romance. Marc and Savanna are perfectly matched. . . .” —Romantic Times

So, what are you waiting for? Download your copy today and share your holidays with Mark and Savanna.

Get your copy of The Cop Who Stole Christmas at Amazon, Barnes & Noble, iBooks, Kobo, Smashwords and  All Romance.

My Christmas Gift

December seems to be flying by so quickly. Everyone is caught up in the hustle and bustle of the season. But I hope you’ll have time to take a deep breath and curl up with a good book. Good news! The Cop Who Stole Christmas is only 99 cents for a limited time. Reviewer called it “funny and sexy” and “a fun Christmas story.” So, take a minute to pamper yourself and sit down with Savanna and Mark. Here are just a few things you’ll learn from The Cop Who Stole Christmas:

  1. Not all Santas are saints.
  2. The price of a gift doesn’t mean a hill of beans. It’s the thought that went into the gift that can melt your heart.
  3. Be cautious of how you use words that have two different meanings. Gas and uh . . .
  4. The “morning after” can still feel awkward even when the night before was more than you’d dreamed.
  5. Being orphaned sucks, even when you’re in your late twenties.
  6. Being orphaned on the same day you find your husband in bed with his work associate makes for a really bad year.

MedTheCopWhoStoleChristmasIt’ll take a tall, hot Texan and a little holiday spirit to mend a broken heart and catch a Christmas killer . . .


Savanna Edwards is feeling downright Scrooge-like. Who can blame her? A truly unjolly Santa—suit, beard and all—just repossessed her car because of her ex’s shady business dealings. She’d like to murder the no-good lying cheat, but somebody already did that for her—and left him right in the middle of her kitchen, wrapped up with a bow.

Detective Mark Donaldson has a rule against getting involved with his neighbors. He can look—and he’s studied every sweet curve of Savanna from across the street—but he can’t touch. So when she lands on his doorstep in need of help, he finds himself torn between being naughty or nice, and fights every urge to unwrap her like a shiny new Christmas present.

Trouble is, even Mark can’t resist a little holiday magic . . . and there’s definitely something magical happening between him and the girl next door.

“Readers will be instantly drawn into this suspenseful story that is balanced by a fun, sexy romance. Marc and Savanna are perfectly matched. . . .” —Romantic Times

Bonus Content: At the end of this book, get a sneak peek of my  newest book in my Divorced and Desperate series, Divorced, Desperate and Daring, available now!

Winners!

The winner of my Trivia Contest is Annie Krahl. The winner of this week’s Review Contest is Brandi Poage. Congratulations! Brandi, I already have your address, but Annie, please email your mailing address to me at christie@christie-craig.com.

Two Chances to Win!

ChristmasDecor0The Holidays are nearly upon us. In fact, Chanukah has already begun and it’s just over two weeks till Christmas. I can proudly say I have most of my shopping done.  This said, I’m late getting up those decorations.  I’m hoping for this weekend.  . I do plan to find some time between now and Christmas to enjoy myself, family and friends. Even start a fire in my chimenea and drink a cup of hot chocolate. I hope you have time to do the same.

Have you joined my Christie Craig Street/Review Team? If you already have, then you need to send me a link to at least one review you have written (Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Goodreads, iBooks, etc.) of Divorced, Desperate and Daring, plus one social media post about it.  If you aren’t a member of my team, well, what are you waiting for? MedTheCopWhoStoleChristmasYou need to be a member of my Street/Review Team in order to win, but don’t worry, joining is easy. Just pop over to http://www.christie-craig.com/streetteam.html to find out how to join. Then, hurry and get your links to your review and social media posts to me at christie@christie-craig.com. Do it this week to be entered to win a $25 Amazon or Barnes & Noble gift card.  I’m also giving away print copy of The Cop Who Stole Christmas!! I’ll announce the winner on my blog next Tuesday. So, get busy and get those reviews out there for a chance to enter. (Sorry, US residents only.)

Trivia Contest

That’s right, you have not one, but two chances to win something on my blog this week. I have another Christie Craig Trivia Contest for you. Send your answers to christie@christie-craig.com and title the email “Trivia Contest.”

  1. In which book did the heroine get a wax job that she dubbed “the black & white cookie?”
  2. In which book did the heroine refer to herself as a vanilla wafer?
  3. In which book was did a secondary hero use the bed bugs excuse to win back the woman he loved?
  4. In which book did the heroine’s mother only wear purple?
  5. In which book did Mrs. Cucumber appear?
  6. In which book did a hero highjack the heroine’s date with his best friend?
  7. In which book did the mother change husbands faster than she did purses?
  8. In which book did the hero’s old girlfriend show up naked in his bedroom and consider a threesome?
  9. In which book did the hero step into the hospital room and see his father and his girlfriend doing a humpty dumpty dance in a hospital bed?
  10. In which book did the heroine’s litter box say, “Good kitty, now cover it up?”

My trivia contest is open to any of my Christie Craig fans (US residence only), so get your answers in and you could win a $25 gift card for Amazon or Barnes & Noble.  (Street team members can also enter.)

Winners for both contests will be announced next Tuesday on my blog. So, don’t waste any time, enter both contests today. But be sure you join my Street/Review Team before you send links to reviews.

Winners!

Last week’s winner of my Trivia Contest is L. Lam. Congratulations; you’ve won a $10 gift card from Amazon! Please email your mailing address to me at christie@christie-craig.com. Also, the winners for my Street/Review Team contest from November are:

Katrina Hall-  $25 gift card

Brandi Poage—$10 Amazon gift card

Mary Lawson—Born to Read T-shirt

Therese Chaumont—Poopourri

Samantha Cudworth—a pizza cutter

Becky Humphreys—a pizza cutter

Anneliese Carinci—a jigsaw puzzle

 

 

 

Trivia Contest

Are you one of my biggest fans? Have you read all my books? More than once? Do yu think you know my books really well? Let’s see. I’ve come up with a trivia contest about my books. Actually, I have several trivia contest, and I’ll be post them over the next few weeks, but this one is all about the food. Which seem appropriate when we’re all still trying to work off our Thanksgiving dinners.

  1. In what book did the heroine feed the hero a banana and mayonnaise sandwich?
  2. In which book was mustard used to take the burn out of some guy’s boys?
  3. In which book was a moon pie really enjoyed?
  4. In which book did the hero munch down on a cat food sandwich?
  5. In which book was the heroine a vegetarian and the hero a meat lover?
  6. In which book did a hero get food poisoning from eating old leftovers from the heroine’s kitchen?
  7. In which book did the heroine deliver pizza?

Send your answers to christie@christie-craig.com. Whoever gets the most answers correct will win a prize. (Contest limited to US residents only.)