Win a Signed Copy of Sleigh Bells in the Snow

 Book Sleigh Bells in the Snow Book Sleigh Bells UK cover illustrationhave some books to give away! To celebrate the selection of Sleigh Bells in the Snow as the November book club pickSarah Morgan has offered up five signed copies of the US edition (pictured right) and five signed copies of the UK edition (left).

So if you have a preference (which do you like better? I'm curious!) you can sign up to win the signed edition you prefer below. 

I'm also throwing in five digital copies, so if you'd like to read it digitally, you can enter to win, too. 

Standard disclaimers apply: I'm not being compensated for this giveaway. Void where prohibited. Open to international residents where permitted by applicable law. Must be over 18 and wearing warm socks. Objects in mirror may be closer than they appear. For recreational use only. Slippery when wet or when overheard by Bon Jovi.

You can fire up your copters below, and enter the contest! Winners will be announced Wednesday 6 November. 

Ho ho ho and happy reading! 

Enter to win a signed UK copy here:

 Book An illustration of two people in a digsled going through the snow

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Enter to win a signed US copy here: 

Book Sleigh Bells - a photograph of a couple laying in the snow kissing

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Enter to win a digital copy here: 

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  1. 1
    KatieF says:

    I don’t love either cover but, if I had to pick, I’d choose the US cover. I really like the couple kissing, but you can barely see the title of the book because they and Sarah’s name are so big.

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    LML says:

    I greatly prefer the UK edition cover.  The artwork is lovely; moreover, art doesn’t give me the frequently off-putting ‘who are these people?’ impression I get with cover photos of models on contemporary romance novels.

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    Laura Xixi says:

    I am pretty neutral, although the UK version signals “chick lit” more than romance. Apparently I have internalized signifiers without even realizing it?

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    riga says:

    I honest to God have no idea if I’ve ever successfully entered a Rafflecopter drawing.

    I suspect not.

    Embarrassing, really.

  5. 5

    I prefer the American version.  The UK one looks a bit cartoonish.

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    LSUReade says:

    I prefer the UK cover. It fits a Christmas-set book.

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    Sveta says:

    I think I like the UK version, there’s something warm about it. US version is nice, but not as cool as UK version in my opinion.

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    Julie says:

    I don’t have a strong preference over either cover, but I do like the layout of the US edition more.

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    JaneDrew says:

    I don’t really have a preference… I think it would depend on if there are actually reindeer in the story.

    Also, I am not sure that I coptered correctly—how exactly does that work?

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    hapax says:

    Honestly, the US cover makes me think that the heroine, at least, is getting snow down the back of her pants, a decidely unsexy image.

    Of course, this may be related to the reason I left my natal state of Michigan and moved South as soon as I could!

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    Kelly S. says:

    @hapax – you are a smart person to get out of winters MI, where I am now

    I’m ambivalent to which cover or type so is it acceptable to enter all 3 of the drawings to increase my chances? Or must I pick only one?

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    azteclady says:

    I find both covers rather meh, but if I have to choose, I’d go with the US cover.

    Thank you, both Sarahs, for the giveaway!

  13. 13
    Sarah Morgan says:

    @JaneDrew I think it’s important for an author to be transparent about the story so I can tell you THERE ARE NO REINDEER IN THIS BOOK. There is a moose, there is a hint of bear but no actual sighting, and there are dogs. Lots of dogs. The image on the UK cover is actually a sled pulled by dogs. They look like reindeer because their curling tails are stuck in the face of the one behind (which must be a bit unpleasant if you’re not the lead dog), making it look like antlers. The UK cover image is taken from one of my favourite scenes in the book, a night time sled ride which is all based on fact and carefully researched (but I took the creative liberty of omitting the fact that you might be pelted in the face by frozen dog poo)
    Thank you for entering and thank you Sarah for giving away copies!

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    MelissaH says:

    I prefer the US cover, but wouldn’t mind the UK cover quite so much if the flesh tones of the couple (small though they may be) were a little less . . . orange. Just stands out and clashes with the background. If not for that I’d say they were dead even.

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    SB Sarah says:

    @JaneDrew: you should be entered if the counter at the top of the entry panel says ” 1/1 entries used.” If you’d like, email me the email address you used to enter and I’ll check the log! Sorry the copter was troublesome.

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    Jane Drew says:

    @SB Sarah: Ah-hah! Thank you! I did not realize that I had to put my e-mail address in an additional time in order to be counted. That’s now sorted—and I didn’t accidentally enter myself for all three copies, which I had been a bit concerned about.

    @Sarah Morgan: After several minutes of hand-flaily fangirling (eeee! I love your work! eee! lather, rinse, repeat…), I am now coherent enough to say, “Oh! Sled DOGS, that makes so much more sense, how did I not see that it was sled dogs….” Thank you! I guess I just think sleigh + Christmas = reindeer. Also, I would totally buy that the unseen bear is in fact hiding behind that tree in the back left.

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    Kim says:

    Thanks for the giveaway. The UK cover reminds me more of Christmas than the US cover does.

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    cleo says:

    I prefer the type and overall layout on the US cover – it’s cleaner and easier to figure out what’s going on in the image, but I like the UK image more, especially now that I know it’s based on a scene in the book. 

    I agree with Hapax – rolling around in the snow only seems sexy if you haven’t actually rolled in the snow. I also escaped out of Michigan asap (but to Chicago, so I still get to enjoy winter and all the seasons).

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    denise says:

    both covers are cute

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    Diane Sallans says:

    oops – not sure if I was supposed to enter both?!

    I like both covers, but the UK version has an edge – it’s just very Christmasy & pretty

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    Lynnette says:

    I like the Christmasy-ness of the UK cover, but it does seem cartoony, so I guess I’ll vote for the US version.

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    Suz Glo says:

    I prefer the UK cover. It’s a beautiful image and I would be much more likely to stop and investigate this book in a store. The US cover is easily overlooked, IMO, just b/c it been done so much.

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    Sarah Morgan says:

    @Jane Drew er…don’t tell anyone but when I first saw this cover I thought they were reindeer too (and I thought it was strange because there are no reindeer in the book) and then I stuck my nose right against the cover and saw that the tail position had created the reindeer illusion. Maybe they are dogdeer. Or Reindogs. So glad you enjoy my books. Thank you!

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    MD says:

    I think both covers are pretty awful :( I’d probably go for the US cover, if forced to choose.

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    HollyS says:

    I like the US cover better.

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    Krista ames says:

    I love the kissing couple the most but they are both great covers.  Thanks so much for a great give-away!

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    Jess1 says:

    Both covers are nice.  Maybe the US cover since it’s a different kind of pose.

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    Kristia says:

    I prefer the US edition but they are both cute! Thank you for the giveaway :)

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    DarthClavie says:

    I like the UK covers, they are cute and whimsical and most of Sarah Morgan’s books have the same style so they go together.

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