Ten Things I Learned About Life from Fairy Tales . . .Sarah MacLean!

Thanks so much for having me over on your blog for the party, Lila!  I had a great time reading AWAKENED BY A KISS, and I can’t wait to get my hands on a copy of THE PRINCESS IN HIS BED!

My next romance,TEN WAYS TO BE ADORED WHEN LANDING A LORD is out this month (Tomorrow! Eep!) as well . . . and I’ve got lists on the brain. Thanks to your sexy novellas, those lists are now fairy-tale themed. For kicks, I thought I’d share a fairy-tale inspired list with your readers in honor of the release of THE PRINCESS IN HIS BED!

Ten Things I Learned About Life from Fairy Tales by Sarah MacLean

1. Hair care is extremely important. Don’t forget to deep condition. You never know when you might need a ladder in a pinch, and you wouldn’t want those split ends breaking while Prince Charming is climbing your tresses.

2. An apple a day keeps the doctor away. Unless you’ve accepted it from a warty old crone. In which case, you’re going to need that doctor. And if he’s a handsome prince, that just might be a two-for-one.

3. Never underestimate the power of a great pair of shoes. People say men don’t care about women’s footwear. Cinderella *obviously* proves that theory wrong.

4. Crumbs do not a good trail-through-the-woods make.

5. Don’t be last-to-leave at a party. No matter how good of a time you’re having, or how hot the guy you’re dancing with is, leave that party before it winds down. But don’t forget to leave something behind for him. Like your shoe. Or, if you’re less eccentric, your number.

6. Boys make the best roommates. One might think that living with seven men might not be a great idea. False. They’re fun and funny and they’re always willing to give you good dating advice. Just ask Snow White.

7. Moisturize before bed. You never know when you might fall into a hundred-year long sleep and have to be awakened with a kiss. Nobody likes a girl with cracked lips.

8. Everyone needs a fairy godmother. Friend or editor, coworker or the lady who runs the dry cleaners, do not discount the women in your life. They can take a simple girl and turn her into a princess long before she meets her prince.

9. Always guess Rumpelstiltskin.

10. Nice girls always get their prince. Sometimes it takes a while. You have to grow out that hair ladder, or take a nap, or get hacked out of a wolf’s stomach. But in the end, he’s waiting for you. And it’s always worth the trip.


QUESTION: What’s one thing you’ve learned from fairy tales?

One random commenter will win a copy of TEN WAYS TO BE ADORED WHEN LANDING A LORD!
 

Great to have you at the PRINCESS BLOG PARTY, Sarah! :) I totally LOVE the fairy tale theme to your post! ;)

She has generously opened up her giveaway WORLDWIDE.

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To win Sarah’s giveaway you must:

1. Answer Sarah’s question(s) below in your comment.

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3. You do NOT have to repeat any extra points you’ve earned if you’ve already stated them in prior posts for this blog party.  Only post NEW points as in new tweets/facebook comments about the Princess Blog Party.

* Winner will be announced on SUNDAY–selected from a random commenter on this post.

NOTE: The more you comment on the posts during the month-long PRINCESS October Blog Party, the more points you earn toward winning a signed copy of the next in the sexy Fiery Tales series, THE PRINCESS IN HIS BED…plus SIGNED copies of Nora Roberts’ BLACK HILLS and Eloisa James’ A DUKE OF HER OWN! You *must* be a follower/subscriber (through GFC) to this blog to be eligible to win!

Read a yummy EXCERPT of THE PRINCESS IN HIS BED HERE.

Ways to increase your odds of winning are found at the very bottom of this blog.

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