Fun and Giveaways!

Please join me later today over at Ana Ashley’s Facebook Group, Café RoMMance, where I’ll be one of her weekly “Fresh Friday” authors celebrating a shiny new release!

My new book is Weekend at Bigfoot’s. This novella is technically paranormal (it does have a Bigfoot shifter) although the story has a contemporary feel. I didn’t really think of it as a mystery until a beta reader insisted that it was. And for MC Wilson, it is, although any reader who’s read the blurb is gonna know at least the basics of what Wilson is going to discover. The fun is in sharing Wilson’s humorous journey to that discovery.

As you can see, I’m in very good company! There are five of us in the lineup, each taking over Ana’s group for a 1-hour slot. I’m on at 9PM BST / 3PM EDT / 2PM CDT, and you’ll have three chances to win copies of ebooks during my time in the hot seat.

Addison's Giveaway Links


Go ahead and scroll through the group for a chance at everyone’s giveaways, but I’ll also give you a quick list of links to my three giveaway posts. I’m not sure how long I’m going to leave them open:

Legendary Loves, volume 2:

Weekend at Bigfoot’s:

Of Rats and Cats:


It wasn’t supposed to be REAL! Bigfoot doesn’t actually exist. Yetis, shifters, creatures of the night…none of those exist. Right? Right?

There’s nothing about perky—some might even say twinkie—Oliver Hughes that would make a skeptic like Sensational News’ (Never Fake! We Swear!) reporter Wilson Banks think otherwise. But while pursuing soundbites for a tabloid story about Bigfoot, Wilson witnesses something he wasn’t meant to see.

In Wilson’s new reality, is there room for love with someone whose dreams are as big as his…er…feet?

This fun novella has a paranormal twist, a hint of mystery, and a flavorful dollop of romantic comedy. Mix it all together for a satisfying HEA!

Publisher | Kindle | Books2Read | Bookstrand | BAM! | Hoopla | Overdrive

Review Snips

“The “… something he wasn’t meant to see” from the blurb comes at the end of the book and even though you easily guess what is going to happen, it was fun and funny. I liked the book, an easy, fun trip through the tabloids.”
–Lucy, Scattered Thoughts and Rogue Words

“How I loved this story. How I laughed. I hadn’t reached the foot of the first page before I was cackling away to myself like a crazy ol’ cat lady on the subway.”
–Zakarrie Clarke

“Addison Albright’s story is funny and her characters, Oliver and Wilson are so fun together. It’s a wonderful story that made me smile throughout.”
–Valerie Ullmer

“I loved this. It was so much fun. I adored the set up and the ‘Bigfoot’ headlines. The two leads were endearing and really cute together.”
–Lillian Francis

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