December 13, 2011

INTERNATIONAL--EBOOK---GIVEAWAY ENTRY PAGE "JOURNEY TO HER DREAMS" by IRIS BLOBEL

DECEMBER 13th to JANUARY 5th 2011

JOURNEY TO HER DREAMS
by IRIS BLOBEL


SYNOPSIS:
  Hollie Anderson is in her mid-twenties and living with her father, Murray, on a farm just outside Launceston in Tasmania. Her mother died at childbirth and Murray raised his daughter on his own. According to his own wordshe’s done a bloody good job with it, tooHollie has got the looks, she likes her job at a local newspaper and loves the company of her friends, who go way back to school days. Two of those are Alex and Davo … she should be happy, right?
   But lately Hollie’s dreams are literally keeping her from more than just having a decent sleep.
   She enjoys life and her best friend Alex is a big part of it. They are a close team and usually hang out together most weekends. During one of their nights out, Hollie meets Jeremy who has just moved into town. Jeremy seems to have everything a woman would like in a man, the looks, the money, the good job – and he knows it, too. Their relationship blossoms over the summer, but Jeremy knows that Hollie won’t fully commit to their new relationship until she makes sense of her dreams and what they stand for. So with the help from Alex and Davo, Jeremy organises a surprise birthday present which takes Hollie to Dublin … but what she discovers is so much more.
   Sam Shaughnessy lives in Dublin, Ireland husband Padraic. Like Hollie, she works in advertising, though she is the Head of Advertising. She seems to have it all – a successful career, gorgeous looking husband, good looks and money.  But her life appears to crumble from underneath her and it’s when she meets Hollie and Davo that life all of a sudden takes a different turn. Sam as well will find more than she initially had looked for
THANKS TO AUTHOR, IRIS BLOBEL
I HAVE TWO ( 2 ) EBOOK EDITIONS 
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*LEAVE COMMENT: (FROM B&N) WOULD YOU TRAVEL 

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32 comments:

Sherree said...

I am not sure if I would travel around the world to find the reasons for my dreams. I suppose it would depend on my financial situation. Then again, if I had no ties and could go, then I would for sure save my money and go.

Sherree said...

I do follow you through email and GFC.

Sherree said...

I have been trying to follow you on FB, but I continue getting a error message. If you could tell me how to get there, I would love to follow you on FB.

Sherree said...

I have looked for your twitter to follow you, but I am at a loss. Am I just not looking in the right place?

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Sherree said...

I think that I must have tunnel vision today. I have found your login buttons for both FB and Twitter. I was successful, sorry to bother you about it.
Have a blessed Christmas and a wonderful 2012.

Tore said...

I am a follower and email subscriber. Tore923@aol.com

Tore said...

I would travel all over the world to find out what my dream means if I kept having the same dream over and over again. The dream is trying to tell me something. Please enter me in contest. Tore923@aol.com

Lindsay said...

I love being able to get away in a great story and I know this is one of them.

nani said...

Hello you blog is really well layed out. I love the background. I have MS and If I had money I would travel around the world to see things that in the future I may not be able to. Not only from my illness but from how things are going around the world today. It is sad that we can't get along better, other countries in general. Holidays are upon us and we all should be thankful for waking up to see another day. It is how I live my life. I am a writer, hopefully soon to be an author and have my college done soon as well, I am disabled, I read, write and do school work. And take care of my family, or they take care of me mostly. I have a beautiful granddaughter and I love every minute when she is at my home. I always wanted to go places, in a way I am doing so already. Through my writing. And I also live others lives in them. I would be honored to be entered in the contest. A great getaway sounds good to me all the time. One day I may or will travel.
Ana Torres
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lag123 said...

Yes, I would travel around the world to discover my dreams/reason for my dreams.

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lag123 said...

GFC not showing up but I followed via networked blogs. Lisa Holmes Garrett

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rj7777 said...

It would depend on what my dreams were and how important they were to my life. It would depend if I could afford it. It would be exciting to do so though. Rita Spratlen rjspratlen@gmail.com

rj7777 said...

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rj7777 said...

I like you on facebook. Rita Spratlen rjspratlen@gmail.com

rj7777 said...

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Maryea said...

Not sure I would travel around the world to find the meaning or reason for my dreams. It would have to be something very disturbing or concerning to me to do that and I wouldn't like be able to afford to do that anyway. This books sounds very interesting though! Thank you for the opportunity to win!

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mverno said...

no i don't think so mverno@roadrunner.com

mverno said...

probably not mverno@roadrunner.com

erma said...

I may travel.
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Valeen said...

No, I don't think so. I think I could discover the answer here, at home. Though, I may answer differently if I were single with not children.

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Clair said...

I don't think I would travel around the world to figure out my dreams.

Clair said...

I follow you on fb (clair freebie)
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Clair said...

I follow you on twitter (clairsfreebies)
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purango said...

If I had the opportunity to travel around the world to uncover the reasons for my dreams, I would. garrettsambo@aol.com

Cindy said...

I would travel if I had the money.
Great looking site - love to read -
My first time visiting your site.

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/\Heather/\ said...

If I thought it would help, and if I had the money to do so...sure. I'd have to have those dreams over and over again, though. :-)
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/\Heather/\ said...

I like you on facebook.
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/\Heather/\ said...

I follow via gfc as /\Heather/\
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/\Heather/\ said...

I follow you on twitter - choochoo428
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cassandra said...

It would definitely depend on my finances. Right now noooo way would i be able to!
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cassandra said...

I liked you on fb under rab pom
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Rhonda said...

I would definitely travel the world if I had the means.
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