End of Year Giveaway ~ Meghan Quinn


DAY TEN  of the End of Year Giveaway! Just a reminder, there is only ONE Winner, so don’t skip a day! In case you missed yesterday’s post, click here.

Today’s Spotlight Author is Meghan Quinn! Meghan and I attended the Bookish Denver event last August. She is one of the nicest people I have ever met. We chatted about books, the industry, and life in general. During this time, I was in the midst of a personal challenge trying to eliminate the words, “Dude” and “Chick” from my vocabulary or at least use the terms less frequently. Well, I failed miserably. Anyway, thanks Meghan for being completely gracious and a great table neighbor!

Here’s the scoop on Dear Life

Dear Life,

It’s New Years Eve and time for a resolution. Time for decision and self-discovery. After all, isn’t that what starting over, in a new year, is all about? Forgiveness. Clean slates? Finding beauty in heartbreak and pain, and finding yourself along the way?

We hope so.

Because we’ve immersed in the anonymously published Dear Life program, designed to help us step outside of our comfort zones and start anew. Forced to face obstacles and relinquish our demons we’ll come together–or fall apart– to prove our existence:

Hollyn: The perpetually hurt
Daisy: The sheltered and naïve
Jace: The athlete with a heart of gold
Carter: The bitter and pained dreamer

Win big or lose it all, we’re at a crossroads in our lives; four strangers meeting in the middle.
Do we have what it takes to use this one chance and start over? Or will we fall apart?

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Get the details on Meghan’s next release here

To grab another entry in the End of Year Giveaway:

1. Tell me, in the comments → Have you ever done something completely out of your comfort zone?


Good luck! Come back tomorrow for another chance!! xx

Christy Pastore

Author of Fifteen Weekends and Amazon Best-Selling unScripted (Romantic Erotica, Erotica Fiction and Holiday Romance.) Founder of FWU, Wife, Friend, Handbag Addict, Accent Slut, #RonanMaker Adores run on sentences, men in suits & wine. You can read about me here: http://christypastore-author.com/

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17 comments on “End of Year Giveaway ~ Meghan Quinn
  1. Alice Kramer says:

    Hmmmm… no… not yet.

  2. Irma says:

    Hm, I don’t think so. Maybe I did, but seing me not remembering, it probably wasn’t that big of a deal after all.

  3. Pam Hager says:

    No I stick pretty close to it.

  4. Cat Wright says:

    Trying a different food is a big thing to me .I have OCD so pretty much any change to my routine is going out of my comfort zone Which is Not a big deal to others but to me it is a huge change.

    FOLLOWING Meghan on both platforms xx

  5. Shannon Capelle says:

    I did once but wont do it again lol, didnt turn out so well!!

  6. Jenny Perron says:

    Join a sorority 😊

  7. Mari Ann says:

    Not really.

  8. Alicia Argenti says:

    This sounds ridiculous but it was totally out of my comfort zone. I went away for a training seminar 3 hours away from home. Spent the night and it was my first night away from my kids ever. I also had to travel with one of my managers whom I’m not very fond of. But I survived!!

  9. Sandy McMahon says:

    Yes! Many times … I’m normally a very nervous person and introverted. I worked at a customer service/sales job where I had to interact with people all day long as well as travel all over the US. None of it was comfortable to me but I pushed myself to do it. I was afraid I’d regret not taking the opportunity!☘️

  10. Marianela Lema says:

    No yet!

  11. Lea says:

    No, I don’t think so.

  12. Yes.I went on a kayak.My husband was in the beside me.First time in the Banana River.There werd 5 dolphins swimming beside us.A little scarey because they are so big,you could capsize.We didn’t and it was great!

  13. Lisa Reynolds says:

    Yes I don’t like heights much but I did go zip lining accross Fremont street in Las Vegas. Way out of my comfort zone.
    The most important one is learning to be on my own after 32 years of marriage.

  14. Jess Malatesta says:

    No. I stay in my comfort zone

  15. Kimberly Gonzales says:

    Yes, I have done Facebook Live. Just thinking about people looking at me and judging me makes me nauseous.

  16. Odette says:

    Yes! I’m a totally introvert but my friend forced me into a school play in high school and I did it! I ended up participating in plays all throughout high school just to build my confidence.

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