Daily Dose Holiday Blog Giveaway: A Strangely, Beautiful Gift

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Capping off this fabulous week of holiday blog giveaways is Leanna Renee Hieber. Leanna paid a visit to the Daily Dose for a fabulous conversation about her beautiful Victorian fantasy.

Today, Hieber is offering a signed copy of both of her books and a $10 dollar Barnes and Noble gift certificate as an exquisite gift package for someone you nominate.

Discover her beautiful books:

Visit The Strangely Beautiful Tale of Miss Percy Parker

What fortune awaited sweet, timid Percy Parker at Athens Academy? Considering how few of Queen Victoria’s Londoners knew of it, the great Romanesque fortress was dreadfully imposing, and little could Percy guess what lay inside. She had never met the powerful and mysterious Professor Alexi Rychman, knew nothing of the growing shadow, the Ripper and other supernatural terrors against which his coterie stood guard. She knew simply that she was different, haunted, with her snow-white hair, pearlescent skin and uncanny gifts. But this arched stone doorway offered a portal to a new life, an education far from the convent—and an invitation to an intimate yet dangerous dance at the threshold of life and death….

Discover Dark Nest

Winner of the 2009 Prism Award for excellence in published works of Fantasy, Futuristic and Paranormal Romance in the Novella Category

Chief Counsel Ariadne Corinth has just found out her long-time lover, the powerfully gifted Chief Counsel Kristov Haydn, has died. Newly evolved psychically gifted humans have been sent by the Homeworld on a space mission aboard two distinct “Nests”. Relationships between the Light Nest and the Dark Nest have faltered and Ariadne is sure there’s something insidious behind it. In a matter of hours, Ariadne must find out what really happened to Kristov, unite her people to discover vast new powers the Homeworld denied them, or else submit to genocide.

The Rules

1. You comment on the blog in order to be entered into the drawing.
2. You must include whom you want to give the gift too. You do not have to name names or post their email information, just a short blurb about what they mean to you or why it’s important they receive it. You can be a real secret Santa as well.
3. Each drawing will last 24 hours unless otherwise noted. (7 a.m. to 7 a.m. CST)
4. Winners will be notified by email so make sure I have that or access to it via your profile. Upon notification, you let me know whom the gift is going to.
5. You may only win one giveaway, once you win one you cannot enter into anymore.
6. Spread the holiday cheer for everyone celebrating Hannukah, Kwanzaa, Yule, Christmas and more.

Let Leanna Renee Hieber and the Daily Dose be a part of your holiday plans. Enter to win these fantastic books and gift certificate for someone you love! Entries close at 7 a.m. Central on Saturday, December 5.


  1. pattepoilue says:

    I'd love to win for my friend Sarah, she's an amazing person and really helped me keep going when i felt down. We live in a different country (the US for her and France for me) and i'd like to get her a present for Xmas. She loves books and i'm pretty sure she will LOVE Leanna Renee Hieber's books. (I loved The Strangely Beautiful Tale of Miss Percy Parker). That would be perfect

  2. Cherry says:

    I'd love to win this as a gift for myself! Because I deserved it this Christmas!! Does that count? Oh, well, it was worth a try.

  3. elaing8 says:

    I'd love to win this for my sister. She helps me out a lot and is there for me,I don't know what I'd do without her.

  4. I would love to win these for my husband. He is a wonderful, kind, patient, and generous man and the love of my life. The genre sounds intriguing and I believe he would enjoy reading them. I know he would also enjoy the gift certificate.
    The author is hauntingly beautiful! 🙂
    Thank you for offering this great gift!

  5. cissikat says:

    I would like to win this for my sister. She is my closest friend.

  6. Barbara E. says:

    Sounds like we all love our sisters. I also would like to win for my sister, she's got the same taste in books as I do, and I'm always giving her recommendations on books to read. She does so much for me and I'd like to be able to do something nice for her.

  7. Cyd says:

    I would like to win this for my grand~daughter Ruth, for be one of the most considerate helpful person even when their is no reward for it.

  8. Pearl says:

    I'd like to gift this to a friend of mine who I know loves these kind of books because she has had a few rough months lately.

  9. Julie says:

    I'd gift this to one of my best friends, because she's finally coming home to stay for the first time in four years. 🙂

  10. Amy G. says:

    I would keep one book for myself, give one book to my sister (because she's an awesome sister and she loves to read), and I would give the Barnes and Noble gift card to my mom (because she's a great mom who definitely deserves to get a gift card that she can use on herself). Thanks for the great giveaway!


  11. I would love to win for my daughter, Leah, who is a big fan of Leanna, since meeting her in Cincinnati last year. Leah is a grad student in Indianapolis and is working two jobs. She is just worn out and could really use a boost. And she loves to shop at B & N!
    What a nice gesture, Leanna, thanks for thinking of us and happy holidays to you!

  12. Caren says:

    I'd want to win both the book and the gift card for my "aunt-in-law" who is just a bit older than me but coincidentally we happen to share the same name. She's also an avid reader like myself and we discuss books often by e-mail.

  13. Brenda says:

    I would love to win this for my daughter Starr. She would enjoy reading I am sure..

  14. one6ylady says:

    I would love to win this for my older sister because she'll love the old-fashioned sound of the title and the story line is right up her alley. She just moved home to Delaware after living over a THOUSAND miles away from me in Texas for the last 25 years, so I'm trying to make up for all the time we've missed by being as nice as I can to her and sharing as much as I can with her, so we've been swapping our own writing, the writing of others, and a variety of crafts and such. I'm loving having her living close to me for the first time as an adult.


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