Love Is In The Air Valentine’s Day Giveaway!

Love is in the air! With just over a week until Valentine’s Day, romance readers and authors everywhere are like, “Bring it on, baby!”  To celebrate, I’m giving away this love-happy bundle!

What’s Included

One winner will receive:

  • A signed paperback of Suddenly Forever (my newest sweet romance novel)
  • A “Love is Love” mug
  • A box of caramel chocolates
  • A “Date Night” candle

Ways to Enter:

  1. Leave a comment on this post about how you like to celebrate Valentine’s Day with your family or special someone.
  2. Go like/follow my Facebook page and/or Instagram account.
  3. Leave a comment on the Facebook or Instagram post about the giveaway and tag at least one friend; each new comment/tag is an additional entry.
  4. Share the giveaway post on your Facebook or Instagram account and tag me.
  5. Subscribe to my newsletter HERE (current subscribers are automatically entered).

The winner will be announced on Valentine’s Day, February 14
and contacted via Facebook, Instagram, or by email.

(This giveaway is not affiliated in any way with Instagram or Facebook.)

Published by Teresa Tysinger

Author of Contemporary Christian Fiction. Wife, mother, creative, and professional communicator.

21 thoughts on “Love Is In The Air Valentine’s Day Giveaway!

  1. When I was much younger I went all out for Valentines. I have way less energy now and am still recovering from an auto accident. Not being able to drive and shop, I ordered my husband a twin size electric blanket. I get hot way too easily so he will have to keep it on his side of the bed. LOL

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  2. My husband and I usually go out to dinner at one of our favorite restaurants the night before (not as crowded). We’ll probably do takeout this year. And chocolate–almost anything chocolate–is always good!


  3. 1. My husband usually takes me out to a favorite restaurant, either sushi or seafood, Mexican if we want a change.
    2. Done & done
    3. Done & done
    4. Done – shared on my author page & tagged you
    5. current subscriber


  4. The ways we celebrate Valentine’s Day have changed through the years. It used to be a definite date night. Then sometimes a stay at home date night with pizza and a movie. When our kids were little we would go out on one of the days near Valentine’s, but not the night of. We always exchange cards and candy and make sure to get each child a heart filled with chocolates, etc. I have loved all of the different ways we have chosen to spend time together on Valentine’s Day.

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  5. I usually make a special dinner and dessert for my family on Valentine’s Day and have a special small gift to give my kids.


  6. Pretty mush just enjoy all the chocolate I get from my preschool students and all the romantic feels with my hubby! I also have enjoyed reading Facebook friends valentine’s day challenges, where they post a little insight into their own romance. I may post one too! I am a hopeless romantic!


  7. I love to spend valentines day with my loved ones. I usually get them all a card and some candies(mostly chocolate of course) This year I made my 2 grown children , our 3 grandchildren and my husband a valentine card, and I’ve got bags that I will fill up with goodies. Have a Great weekend and I hope you have a Very Happy and Special Valentines Day with the people you Love. Thank you for the chance.


  8. Thanks for the chance to enter this giveaway Teresa. It is kind of you to offer such gifts in light of Valentines Day. 🙂 To answer your question about how I enjoy Valentines Day, I am reminded of many friends and family who have offered gifts, experiences, and other expressions of love to make that day unique. As a Christian single, I usually find a lot of joy in Valentines Day when I reflect and rejoice on the greatest gift of love; that of God’s son, Jesus, who died out of great love for us so we could know Him eternally.


  9. I am excited to spend Valentine’s Weekend with my husband. We are just going to enjoy each other!!! He is currently working out of town during the week, so we miss each other so much!!!


  10. We’ve been married 47 years and I still look forward to spending time with my husband. Valentine’s Day will be a quiet takeout dinner and TV on the couch but, you know what, that’s everything and enough!💕


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