#XmasAudio For Free Audiobooks Daily!

The holidays are a wonderful time of the year, and for most of us, they fly by way too quickly. That’s why I’m doing something special to make EVERY SINGLE DAY of December something to celebrate.

Not just for the 8 nights of Hanukkah, not just for the 12 days of Christmas, but for every single day of December… I’m holding an audiobook giveaway!


You can enter on My Facebook Page every day in December for a new chance to win. Just find the image on my Facebook page that looks something like this…


… and leave a comment below it. We’ll contact you if your name was drawn that day!


For more free audiobooks, search #XmasAudio

If you are inclined to use Twitter or Facebook, you can find a whole network of authors giving away audiobooks in December. Search for #XmasAudio and you’ll find lots of daily audiobook giveaways similar to mine.

And One More Thing!

December is a month for giving gifts. So I’d like to give away 1 free audiobook right here on my blog!

Christmas Giveaway

If you have an Audible account and would like to enter to win Wasted Justice, Cold Justice, or Raw Justice in audiobook format, leave a comment by pressing the “Comment” button below and tell me what aroma you associate with December.

A writer is always trying to incorporate not only sights and sounds into a story, but also touch, smell, and taste. What scent do you associate with December?

Enter for a chance to win by clicking the comment button below.

Good luck, and happy listening!

Meanwhile —

Caffeinate and Carry On!

Diane Capri

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3 Responses to #XmasAudio For Free Audiobooks Daily!

  1. jo December 15, 2015 at 10:42 am #

    gingerbread cookies

  2. Angela December 15, 2015 at 3:29 pm #

    I had to use a different email addresss to leave this comment for the audiobook. I’ll leave the email below to write back to. With Christmas time, I always think of pine. People with trees as you walk by the places they sell them, going into family members of pine because they have real trees, candles that smell like pine burning in homes, and it just seems that the scent of pine is everywhere.

    • Angela December 15, 2015 at 3:35 pm #

      I forgot to leave the right email to respond back to, so sorry.

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