This week hosting Margaret Daley and Debby Giusti

» Posted on Dec 28, 2009 in Blog | 10 comments

Congratulations, Edna. You have won Ramona Richards’ Field of Danger.

This week I’m hosting Margaret Daley and Debby Giusti with Christmas Peril. If you want to enter the drawing for the book, please leave a comment on one of the post during the week with your email address. I will not enter you without an email address (my way to contact you if you win). If you don’t want to leave an email address, another way you can enter is to email me at The drawings end Sunday (Jan. 3rd) evening.

Christmas Peril
December 2009 (anthology-2 in 1)

Christmas bells ring with danger in these suspenseful holiday stories

Merry Mayhem by Margaret Daley
When single mom Annie Coleman unexpectedly arrives in Christmas, Oklahoma, police chief Caleb Jackson suspects she’s hiding secrets. He’ll be watching her closely. And his protection is just what Annie and her daughter need, as danger has followed them to their new home.

Yule Die by Debby Giusti
It’s hardly a happy holiday for medical researcher Callie Evans…until she discovers her ailing patient is her long-lost brother. And he’s being watched by undercover police officer Joe Petrecelli. When the trio is abducted by a cadre of bad guys, Joe and Callie will have to fight to keep her brother—and themselves—alive.

Margaret Daley’s bio:

Margaret Daley is an award winning, multi-published author in the romance genre. One of her romantic suspense books, Hearts on the Line, won the American Christian Fiction Writers’ Book of the Year Contest. Recently she has won the Holt Medallion, Golden Quill Contest, FHL’s Inspirational Readers’ Choice Contest, Winter Rose Contest, and the Barclay Gold Contest. She wrote for various secular publishers before the Lord led her to the Christian romance market. She currently writes inspirational romance and romantic suspense books for the Steeple Hill Love Inspired lines. She has sold sixty-six books to date.

Margaret is currently the Volunteer Officer for ACFW. She was one of the founding members of the first ACFW local chapter, WIN in Oklahoma. She served as vice-president for two years in WIN-ACFW and is still on its board as an advisor. She has taught numerous classes for online groups, ACFW and RWA chapters. She enjoys mentoring other authors.

Until she retired last year, she was a teacher of students with special needs for twenty-seven years and volunteered with Special Olympics as a coach. She currently is on the Outreach committee at her church, working on several projects in her community.

You can visit her web site at and read excerpts from her books and learn about the ones recently released and soon to be released.

Debby Giusti‘s bio:

Debby Giusti is a medical technologist who loves working with test tubes and petri dishes almost as much as she loves to write. Growing up as an Army Brat, Debby met and married her husband–then a captain in the Army–at Fort Knox, Kentucky. Together they traveled throughout the world, raised three wonderful Army Brats of their own and now see the military tradition carried on in their son who’s also in the Army. Always busy with church, school and community activities, when Debby and her family moved to Atlanta, GA, she knew it was time to settle down and write her first book. Despite occasional moments of wanderlust, Debby spends most of her time writing inspirational romantic suspense for Steeple Hill.

MIA: MISSING IN ATLANTA, released in March 2008, was Debby’s third Love Inspired Suspense. Written when her son was deployed for a second tour to Iraq, the book is dedicated to the brave men and women in uniform who defend our nation. COUNTDOWN TO DEATH launches her Magnolia Medical series in October 2008, and PROTECTING HER CHILD follows in May 2009. Her first two books, NOWHERE TO HIDE and SCARED TO DEATH, are available in large-print hardcover by Thorndike Press.

In addition to full-length fiction, Debby has written magazine articles for Southern Lady, Woman’s World, Our Sunday Visitor, Army and Family. She served on the editorial advisory board of ADVANCE for Administrators of the Laboratory for twelve years, and stories about her family’s outreach are featured in CHICKEN SOUP FOR THE VOLUNTEER’S SOUL and CHICKEN SOUP FOR THE CHRISTIAN SOUL 2.


  1. Please enter me. Thanks!

  2. Please enter me. Blessings.

  3. I love Christmas stories. I love the love inspired suspense books. I love 2-in-1 books. More for your bargain. So I know I'd love to win this book. Thanks.

    Happy New Year's to you Margaret.

    ABreading4fun [at] gmail [dot] com

  4. I'd love the opportunity to win this book! Thank you!

    scraphappy71 at sbcglobal dot net

  5. Hi Margaret,
    Loved working with you on CHRISTMAS PERIL!!! And I loved reading Merry Mayhem! You're the best, and your story had me hooked from the first line.

    Wishing you all good things in the New Year!

  6. Please enter me for your suspense book giveaway. Thanks.

    karin56381 (at)

  7. Please enter me! martha(at)lclink(dot)com

  8. I love reading Christmas stories all year long. It doesn't matter whether it is Christmas or not. They are always such fun stories to read. Also, my great granddaughter is 3 years old and her name is Cali. Please enter me in the drawing.


  9. oops! I posted my remarks on the wrong blog. I wanted to let you and your fans know that I won this on another blog and as usual in Margaret Daley and Debby Giusti fashion it was a great read. I'm going to write a review on my blog as soon as things settle down from the holidays. From one of your biggest fans.
    Deborah M.

  10. Hi Margaret,
    Just wanted to let you know I reviewed Christmas Peril on my blog: Stop by and take a peek.
    Deborah M.

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