Sunday, February 14, 2010

Christo Here!


Hey, I'm Christo.

Anne has given me free rein with her blog for the rest of the month so she can take care of her mother and so I can talk about my book and Natalie and give you a chance to win three great books (mine, of course, being one of them) in the 4th annual
Here Come The Grooms contest.

So let's get business out of the way and then we can talk.


Business:
  • What the contest is: a chance for you to win a copy of Anne's book about me and Nat and also books from Kate Walker and Liz Fielding. That's a pretty good deal, if you ask me.
  • What you have to do: go to all of their websites to find the answers to three questions. Answer them in an email to each of us -- three answers in each email. That means you find all three answers and send them to Kate, to Liz and to Anne. Then sit back and wait.
  • When the contest starts: now
  • When the contest ends: March 1st the winners will be announced. So get your answers in before that.
  • One entry per person, please, at each email address, which gives you three chances to win if you send all three of them an email. Also a pretty good deal.
  • KAL'S QUESTION (from Her Desert Dream): Of which literary character did Kal remind Lydia? (apart from Prince Charming!)
  • CHRISTO'S QUESTION (From One-Night Mistress, Convenient Wife by Anne McAllister)
    Why is Natalie staying at her mother's house?
  • NIKOS'S QUESTION (From The Konstantos Marriage Demand by Kate Walker)
    What name did Sadie use so that Nikos would not know his 10 o'clock appointment was her?
    Good luck!

Okay? If you have any questions that I didn't answer, email Anne or Kate or Liz.
Don't ask me.

I'm just the hero of a book. I don't know anything about the contest beyond what I've just told
you.

So, business is out of the w
ay, yes?

Now we can talk . . .


Got questions about the book or me and Nat -- I can answer those. And I'll be back soon to tell you more about how this all got started between Nat and me.
She scared my socks off, if you want to know the truth.

Talk about temptation. . .

But I don't want to get ahead of myself. So for now I'll just say, have a happy Valentine's Day.

Nat and I are celebrating the birth of a very special someone who has made this the best Valentine's Day ever. I'll tell you about him later, too.

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11 Comments:

Blogger Alison said...

I much prefer your second picture, Christo, because I don't see your face. Oh, please don't take it personally! - it means I can allow my fantasies free reign...

Alison Lindsay
Flat 73
196 Rose Street
Edinburgh
EH2 4AT

16 February, 2010  
Blogger Christo Savas said...

No worries, Alison. You go right ahead and have your fantasies. Works for me.

16 February, 2010  
Blogger Pat Cochran said...

I prefer the first photo of you,
Christo. In it, I can see your
eyes, and eyes are important to
me! Someone said once that they
are the path to the soul. To
understand a person, I need to
be able to look into his or her
eyes! BTW, nice eyes!

Pat Cochran

16 February, 2010  
Blogger Lacey Devlin said...

Hints are tough on a girl Christo... *fluttering eyelashes*

18 February, 2010  
Blogger Christo Savas said...

Pat, Thank you. Natalie thinks so, too.

Lacey, are you flirting with me?

18 February, 2010  
Blogger lidia said...

Christo,
I prefer the first picture. You are one lucky guy to "land" a woman like Natalie!

Congratulations to you and Nat on the newest addition to your family!

18 February, 2010  
Anonymous Mary Ann Derbin said...

Christo,
You can visit anytime you want.

22 February, 2010  
Blogger Pat Cochran said...

I see you are still "in charge" of
Anne's blog! I haven't read your
story yet, but is there anything
you can share with us about the
book without giving away too much?

What is Natalie's favorite color,
her favorite food, favorite vacation spot?

Thanks, Pat Cochran

22 February, 2010  
Blogger Sunnymay said...

The first photo wins my hand because his head is intact. He looks to be in a deciding mood, but I'm not so certain if he's trying to hide behind his hand covering his mouth. The dimples are a nice touch and get points for charm every time.

23 February, 2010  
Blogger Christo Savas said...

Yeah, Pat, I'm sorry I didn't get here before now. Up to my eyeballs in work. And there's this baby . . . but that's a topic for another blog.

And Sunnymay, I'm glad my head is intact, too. And that you approve. Natalie likes the dimples, too. She says they're 'cute.' They aren't 'cute.' They're handsome. And charming. Like you said.

23 February, 2010  
Blogger Christo Savas said...

Lidia, you're right. I am lucky. She reminds me of that now and then.

Mary Ann, thanks for the invitation. Natalie might not approve. But I appreciate the offer -- even if I don't ever take you up on it.

23 February, 2010  

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