Wanna win me? Details below!
Hey, y’all. Normally I’m on here yammering away about the stuff I’m working on, but today I wanted to try something a little bit different. My friend and fellow author Melissa Snark is entered in kind of a cool contest with Amazon right now. I’ll let her give you the details, but make sure you stick around to the bottom of the post because she’s got a giveaway going for something I really want to win. Or don’t stick around so my odds of winning are a little better.
Take it away, Melissa.
All right, y’all. The Snarkology Blog Hop may officially be over, but we’ve still got a winner to announce.
Congratulations to Anne! Check your email for the gift notification from Amazon.
Thanks to everyone who participated. Remember, you can still pick up your copy of TRANSFERENCE for 99 cents through November 15.
I’m participating in the Snarkology Halloween Blog Hop with tons of other cool authors and bloggers this year. Why am I participating? Because it’s fun for me and there are possible prizes for you. Be sure to read all the way to the end of this post so that you can find out how to enter for a chance to win one of the hop-wide prizes. I’ll also provide some information on the other participating authors so that you can trick or treat around the web for a chance to win the cool prizes they have up for grabs.
But while you’re here, I’ve got some goodies for you as well. This week, everyone gets a free copy of OF WISHES AND RAINBOWS. And everyone who leaves a comment on this post will be eligible to win a Kindle copy of my newest release TRANSFERENCE. Details for all the tricks and treats are below, but first, here’s a little haunted house story to get you in the Halloween spirit.
Yeah…pun totally intended, y’all.
When you’re an author, you get used to looking at time a little differently than everyone else. When I’m writing a conversation between characters, only a few minutes may pass in the scene while a half hour passes in real time. And since I’ve been writing a ton of words lately, I seem to spend an increasing amount of time in character time instead of real time.
Basically, I’m telling you that the more I write, the less I notice the passage of time in the real world. I’ve got all sorts of stuff going on and yet I haven’t told y’all about any of it in over a month. So, let’s get to the fun updates, shall we?