Thursday, November 3, 2016

Joi Copeland Christmas Story


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CHRISTMAS SNOWE AND PEPPERMINT COCOA
by Joi Copeland


Joi Copeland is married to a wonderful man, Chris,
Joi Copeland
and has three amazing boys, Garrison, Gage, and Gavin. She lives in Denver, Colorado, but within the year, hopes to be living in Galway, Ireland.


Joi’s love of writing began at a young age. She wrote short stories for several years, and in 2009, she began writing her first novel, Hope for Tomorrow.

Joi’s books include: Hope for Tomorrow, book 1, Hope for the Journey, book 2, Hope from the Past, book 3, Letters of Love, Christmas Rayne, a novella, and Sheriff Bride Rob's Story, a novella.


Welcome, Joi. What do you enjoy most about writing?
I love writing about hope, redemption, and, of course, peppermint drinks! 

What can your readers expect from you next?
I’m working on Shamrock Inn next. It is a continuation on Christmas Snowe and Peppermint Cocoa, to some extent anyway.

What can readers who enjoy your book do to help make it successful?
Readers who enjoy this book can write a review about it on Amazon or any other place the book is sold. They can tell their friends and family about it, and they can contact me to let me know what they thought. They can also purchase more of my books. That always helps! :)

Please tell us a little about your novel,
Christmas Snowe and Peppermint Cocoa. 
Snoweflake Jacobson left her home state of Maine to forget the only man she ever loved. After living in California for five years, her memories of Tanner Graham never faded. Now, she must return to Maine to take care of an old home, and possibly, a broken heart. 


Where can readers find you online?
Website
Blog  
Facebook Book Page
Facebook Copeland Clan to Ireland Page 

Where can readers purchase Christmas Snowe and Peppermint Cocoa?
Amazon

Any parting comment?
Thank you so much for having me!

Please leave a question you’d like readers to answer. (Commenters are not required to answer to be entered in the book drawing.)
What is your favorite holiday beverage? 

Joi, thanks for visiting with my readers and me.

One commenter to this blog post will be selected to receive an eBook copy of Christmas Snowe and Peppermint Cocoa

Commenters, to enter the book drawing please leave your comment through November 8, 2016 and remember to leave your email address so I can contact you if you’re the winner.


The winner of last Thursday’s blog post for a copy of The Saddle Maker's Son by Kelly Irvin is Wendy. I’ll email you. Thanks all for commenting. Watch for more book giveaways.

Till next time … keep on smiling.


My latest novel has released--Tidewater Summer! Here is the cover, and you can read more about the book here. On my website, you can read the beginning of the book.

35 comments:

  1. Oh my, moving from CO to Ireland? That sounds fun!!! Like your cover for tidewater summer....very relaxing!
    ashleywintters(at)gmail.com

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    1. Hi Ashley! Yes, moving from one beautiful place to another but certainly for different reasons. God calling my family and I to the mission field is truly amazing!

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    2. Favorite drink has to be peppermint hot chocolate. Sounds like some good books.

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    3. Hi Ann! I just bought a pack of hot chocolate from Sam's Club, and one of them has peppermint hot chocolate in it. It was so good! I love peppermint!

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    4. Ashley, thanks for commenting and complimenting my cover on Tidewater Summer.

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    5. Ann, thanks for stopping by and leaving your comment.

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  2. My favorite beverage is hot chocolate with peppermint creamer.
    JhdwayneATpeoplepcDOTcom

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    1. Hi Deana, Oh, that sounds good! I don't know why I've never thought of that! :)

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    2. Deana, thanks for coming by and leaving your comment.

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  3. Mine hot coco with peppermint. So reminds me of my grandma Bea who is with the lord now. Book sounds great. Love good Christmas stories.
    Blessings
    Diana
    joeym11@frontier.com

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    1. Hi Diana,
      I have a secret for you. I've been reading Christmas books since October! Shh, don't tell anyone. ;) I think it's so sweet your favorite drink reminds you of your precious grandma.

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    2. Diana, glad you came by the leave your comment.

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  4. I love ginger beer.

    Ireland is one of the places I would like to visit. The people, food and history makes it a great place to write.
    sonnetta_jones@hotmail.com

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    1. Hi Sonnetta,
      Ireland is beautiful. My heart longs to be there!

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    2. Sonnetta, when you go to Ireland, take me with you! Thanks for commenting.

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  5. My favorite Christmas drink is a hot wassail. There are some wonderful recipes for them. sonja dot nishimoto at gmail dot com

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    1. Sonja, glad you dropped by to leave your comment.

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  6. My favorite hot beverage would be hot chocolate. Joi, your book sounds like a great Christmas story! d[dot]brookmyer[at]yahoo[dot]com

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    1. Thanks, Donna! Hot chocolate is quite yummy! I also like peppermint tea. Let's face it, almost anything peppermint, I love it!

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    2. Donna, thanks for leaving your comment.

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  7. Hot chocolate with a peppermint stick. :)
    beckygriggs75@gmail.com

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    1. Becky, thanks for coming by to leave your comment.

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  8. Hi Joi! I would love to read one of your books. How long have you been writing? Are all your books available to be purchased on Amazon?

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    1. Hey Dawn! I've been writing since 2008, can you believe it? All my books are available on Amazon, yep! Thanks for asking!

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  9. Hot chocolate! This is like CHristmas - good the whole year long!
    Janice
    pjrcmooreATwindstreamDOTnet

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    1. Janice, thanks for sharing and leaving your comment.

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    2. So true, Janice! Hot chocolate is wonderful!

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  10. I can hardly wait for Christmas snow and Peppermint Cocoa season to come around. What a great title for a book!
    I am a subscriber.
    pbclark(at)netins(dot)net

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    1. rubynreba, thanks for coming by and leaving your comment. I appreciate you following my blog!

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    2. Thanks for the encouragement! It was a great story to write!

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  11. I'm not in a rush for snow, but I sure do love wintertime drinks! I love a good cocoa with peppermint, or a hot chai latte, or even a little French vanilla cappuccino! Trdivincenzo (at) gmail (dot) com

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    1. Hi Teri, Have you tried peppermint mochas? If you love chocolate and peppermint with a hint of coffee, these are awesome!

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