Saturday, March 16, 2013

Big Cocks and Shamrocks Giveaway Hop!

Happy St. Patrick's Day, Book Lovers! Ok, not only is this going to sound wrong but it's going to feel wrong saying it, but here it goes... "Put your book down," there I said it. "Now, go get your Green Beer, grab a Big Cock, and some Shamrocks, it's time to watch a movie!!



First, here's a bit about making Green Beer!

1. 12oz beer 
2. a drop of green food coloring 
Prep time: approx 2.5 seconds ~ Add one drop of green food coloring to a clear glass. Pour the beer into the glass. That's it!
Some other Green beer ideas: 
A shot of fresh or powdered wheatgrass juice will not only turn your ale into a nice shade of green, but it's chock full of minerals and vitamins, which may make your hangover less likely to linger the next morning.
Spirulina is a blue-green algae that has been a popular staple among health foodies for decades. It has more antioxidant power than chocolate and may be the most nutrient-dense food in the world. Some people love the taste, others find it's a little sushi-seaweed like.


Alrighty... now that you've got your beer
grab a hold of that Big Cock 
And Nestle into a bed of shamrocks
 (Possibly with this guy??) 

It's time to watch a little movie!! 
No worries, this movie won't keep you long.
I promise!


Excerpt
...but being left alone with Tex McCoy, the murderer, she found it difficult to summon her characteristic stubbornness. She glanced up at him and saw him gazing out the window. With him filling it, her normally decent-sized kitchen suddenly appeared small. It seemed to shrink even more when his eyes slithered from the window to her—so much so that it seemed to become devoid of oxygen, and her breath caught in her throat. He took a step toward her. At that point, her breathing seized altogether. His hand came out, nearing her face. Or was he going for her throat? She panicked and gasped for air as if his hands were already around her neck and squeezing. Was he going to…strangle her? She slapped his hand away. “Don’t you dare touch me!”
He shoved his hand into the pocket of his jeans. His eyes, if at all possible, became darker, almost black, but his expression remained impassive. “You have dirt on your face,” he said flatly and remotely, as if he’d expected her impulsive reaction.
“Oh.” Her hand went to her cheek, the one he had planned to innocently wipe off for her. She rubbed it, wondering if she’d overacted. What was she going to do when he freely walked around her house, took a shower in her bathroom, or slept in the bedroom below hers? Was she going to jump with every step he took? Was she going to lay awake all night? And the shower—her shower. Rainey decided thinking about Tex McCoy naked in the shower wasn’t a good idea. He was a killer. But he already served his time, right? Was he…reformed? Wait, was she really trying to rationalize here? It was manslaughter, not murder, right? And he did claim self-defense. Right. Then why’d he brutally stab Curtis Watson multiple times?
The questions swarming through Rainey’s head were undoubtedly the same questions the jury had asked. Their answer to that question had earned Tex the maximum sentence of fifteen years. The unanswered question that remained was why Tex McCoy and Curtis Watson, a hired hand who’d worked at the McCoy ranch three years prior to the murder, had gotten into a brawl outside of the bar in the first place, the scuffle that eventually led to Curtis’s death.
For the sake of her son, Rainey had to believe Tex was reformed. She had to trust he had no other choice and that he had a damn good reason for killing Curtis Watson.
“Uh, I’ll show you to your room,” she said, diverting her eyes from his so she could start down the hallway. She couldn’t hear him behind her. She glanced over her shoulder. He was right there, near and looming, with all the prowess and silent pursuit of some sly, predatory panther. Her heart slammed into her chest wall. She straightened her back, valiantly suffering through another panic attack. When she reached the spare bedroom, she opened the door and walked in. “This used to be my grandmother’s room. Nobody’s stayed in here since she died, but it has a queen-sized bed, an empty dresser…” She stopped and turned, practically bumping into him. Swallowing her insistent fear, she took a step back. “You do have clothes, don’t you? I, um…well, I don’t see any luggage or a duffle bag.”
“Yeah, I have clothes,” he said and moved forward, recapturing the distance she’d intentionally placed between them. “My things will be dropped off later.”
“Oh,” she breathed, backpedaling until she hit the wall. “Good.” Her body went still. He was standing just inches from her. He wasn’t touching her, but she felt pinned against the wall just the same.
He lifted his hands and placed them alongside her head, resting them on the wall. Now, she was literally pinned. His eyes drifted to her mouth, and every nerve trembled from the inside out. She wanted to run. Her breathing seized, and her heart had stopped midbeat. Fear was winning.
He leaned forward, and his dark lashes lifted until his eyes met hers. “You look scared,” he said, in a voice so low, ominous, and deep that it shook her insides.
She stood there, speechless.
Ever so slightly, like his menacing approach, his lip curled up. “That’s good,” he said, swaying dangerously closer. “You should be, Rainey Ann.” His eyes ran over her face. “In fact, you’d better take that fear and hold it real close.”
His hand came from the wall, dark lashes lowering once more. He gazed at her lips. They were quivering, but at that moment, Rainey couldn’t have cared less if he saw it. She was terrified. Warm fingers scraped her shoulder, slithered up her nape, and gripped around her neck. His fingers indented her skin, and being strangled came back to mind.
“Or,” he said, tilting in toward her ear, their bodies bordering lethal contact, “you could give in to that fear right now and scream...”

Click HERE for more info about Tex and Rainey's story
Want to read the Adult Excerpt? Click right HERE
Heck, you wanna just buy it? Click HERE 
Want an opinion? 
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"Okay, I have to say this first: Tex McCoy absolutely rocked my fictional world. Phew… That man was the epitome of a tortured, sexy,  hero, and I fell for him… hardcore..."


This is a Giveaway Hop!! 
So, I'm giving away a $10.00 
(Amazon or Barnes and Noble) E-Gift Card ~ Your choice!
Hey! That's free Book Money for you Kindle and Nook readers!!
Just leave a comment about Big Cocks, Shamrocks, Green Beer, or anything that has to do with  St Patrick's day and/or follow me please via FB, GF, Twitter, G+, NWB. 
Yep, it's that Simple!!

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Happy St Patrick's Day and a big Thanks for stopping by!

25 comments:

  1. I like the look of getting into the spirit of things with green things, but I stay away from eating or drinking them. I'm just a little bit scared of the food coloring. Great decoration though:)

    lenikaye@yahoo.com
    GFC follower: Leni

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  2. thanks for the wonderful giveaway and happy st Patrick day!

    parisfan_ca@yahoo.com

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  3. I like beer, but the green beer looks scary!

    vitajex(at)aol(dot)com

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  4. Happy St. Patrick's Day! Very nice excerpt.

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  5. Happy St Patty's Day!

    Froggy
    froggarita@gmail.com

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  6. Just can't get into green beer.
    Great excerpt.
    skpetal at hotmail dot com
    FB Jean Patton

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  7. Green beer is not for me. In the last couple of days I have seen some things that should not be green.

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  8. No green beer (or beer of any kind) for me. Pretty much all I do for St. Patrick's Day is wear green.
    jmcgaugh (at) semo (dot) edu

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  9. Thanks! I'm already a GFC follower (using this name).

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    1. Forgot to add that I started following on Twitter! (@satchmoi)

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  10. Love st. pat's day! We have lots of beer, food, and a parade.
    Mel
    bournmelissa at hotmail dot com

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  11. Thanks for the chance to win!
    Sounds like a great read!!

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  12. I love green food, but not green beer. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  13. I love the color green and even though making green beer looks easy, I am not a beer drinker.

    susanmplatt AT hotmail DOT com

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  14. I wear a St. Patrick’s Day pin (I look horrible in green so I don’t wear green clothes) that says "Pinch me and DIE!" with a shamrock in the middle. It is a great attention getter. LOL Thanks for being part of the hop and for the chance to win. <^_^>
    reneebennett35 (at) yahoo (dot) com

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  15. Love drinking the shamrock shakes from McDonalds and wearing green.

    Rafflecopter Name Dawna Newman

    vampiremistress2010(at)gmail(dot)com

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  16. I like the nestling in a bed of shamrocks option.
    bituin76 at hotmail dot com

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  17. Thanks so much for the great giveaway and joining in on the hop!!!
    Ashley A
    ash_app(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  18. Oh, Tex sounds dangerously sexy! Loved the movie! Thanks for the tip on how to make green beer. :) I have never had one. Lol.
    I hope you had a wonderful St. Patty's Day, Kelly!

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  19. I love the excerpt! Thanks for sharing!
    -Amber
    goodblinknpark(AT)yahoo(DOT)com

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  20. Loved the book trailer!

    booklover1335 at gmail dot com

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  21. Green beer sounds so easy..to bad I hate beer. :P

    smurfettev AT gmail DOT com

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  22. like the green beer and nice excerpt, thanks for the hop! - regnod(at)yahoo(d0t)com

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  23. Ohhh the green beer looks good! Thanks for the chance to win!
    Twitter: @KaciVerdun
    GFC: Kaci Verdun

    kacidesigns AT yahoo DOT com

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