Prize Packages: Misty Willow Novels & Cary Grant Classics

A Merry Christmas Giveaway!

Christmas is the time for giving and winter is the time for curling up with a good story–a contemporary romance or a classic movie. Here’s your opportunity to win one of two fun prize packages.

Where She Belongs Giveaway

Shelby and AJ quote lines from Cary Grant movies to each other. One of their favorites is An Affair to Remember with Deborah Kerr. But as Shelby says, you can’t watch this classic without watching Sleepless in Seattle, too.

This giveaway includes an autographed copy of Where She Belongs, the first novel in the Misty Willow Series, and DVD copies of An Affair to Remember (25th Anniversary Edition)Β plusΒ Sleepless in Seattle (10th Anniversary Edition).

When Love Arrives Giveaway

Dani doesn’t want Brett to know she was secretly photographing him. So when they unexpectedly meet, she says her name is Regina Lampert–the name of Audrey Hepburn’s character in the Cary Grant classic Charade.

This giveaway includes an autographed copy of When Love Arrives, the second novel in the Misty Willow Series, and a DVD copy of Charade.

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42 thoughts on “Prize Packages: Misty Willow Novels & Cary Grant Classics

  1. The only fiction to film adaptations I can come up with is either all the J.R.R. Tolken books to movie or all the Narnia ones. I love all of them πŸ™‚

    Thanks for the very generous giveaway Johnnie!

    • Oh! I love your comment! Thanks so much. What’s your favorite Cary Grant movie? As I replied to Patricia Bradley (above), Notorious is my all-time favorite but I couldn’t get a copy of that DVD for the giveaway.

        • I’ve read a lot about the women spies–fascinating stories and some of them are tragic. I think one of the books is called Carve Her Name with Pride and there’s an old movie adaptation based on this woman’s life.

          Another bit of trivia, though I don’t remember the details exactly–when Notorious was released in Germany, they changed the plot to avoid the Nazi connection.

    • Yes! My daughters and I have watched this one so often (and we don’t like any of the others)! We often quote from it–one of our favorites is “I must have my share of the conversation.” That’s usually when one of us knows the other two are talking and we don’t want to be left out.

    • I saw a Facebook note that you mentioned a nonfiction instead of a fiction book. But that’s okay! πŸ™‚ I heard positive things about that movie and heard an interview with the author on a PBS radio program a few years ago. Sounded intriguing. Thanks!

    • I read Count of Monte Cristo about thirty years ago. I love the adaptation starring Jim Caviezel but decades ago I loved the Richard Chamberlain adaptation, too.

      And of course, LOTR! That’s a huge favorite.

  2. I don’t usually compare books to movies–something is bound to not measure up. For example, I loved the movie Julie & Julia, but the book was HORRIBLE! Full of the f word. Parts of the movie were based on “My Life in France” by Julia Childs, which was awesome. PS: I don’t tweet.

  3. Do TV shows count?? I’m thinking of “Little House on the Prairie”.

    Thanks for the wonderful giveaway opportunity!!

  4. Gone With The Wind is my favorite adaptation! Love the old classic movies, particularly Cary Grant and Jimmy Stewart pictures.

    • Hi, Cathy. One of my daughters adores GWTW. We got to see it in a theater several years ago. Cary Grant is my fave but I like Jimmy Stewart, too, especially in Rear Window with Grace Kelly. I don’t like Vertigo, though! πŸ™‚

  5. I loved Charlie and the Chocolate factory, Little Women, and actually The Stand (the older tv version) was very much like the book and loved it.

    • Hi, Tracy. I have to confess that I like the Johnny Depp version of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory more than the other one. Which Little Women version is your favorite?

      You stumped me with The Stand. I’ll have to look that up–both the TV version and the book. Is that a Stephen King story?

  6. I am so loving the first two books in the Misty Willow series. Can’t wait for #3 to come out. I’ll be watching for future titles that you will be writing.