Thursday, November 29, 2012

More Wild Hair Stories


Photo via Wikimedia Commons
Mohawk 1951

I'm guest posting today on CC MacKenzie's blog, Fizz & Fangs and will be sharing more hairlarious stories. This is another fun blog tour stop for Curse of the Double Digits, my children's chapter book for ages 7 to 10.


Available in paperback ($4.99) and eBook ($2.99).
Amazon US




Tuesday, November 6, 2012

My 'Reveal' By Diane Capri is Today!


Today I'm being featured on Diane Capri's blog, Licensed to Thrill. I'm stoked! She's a #1 Amazon best selling mystery and suspense author. Her weekly blog series, Diane Capri Reveals, has featured big name authors in her genre, such as Lee Child, Steve Barry, and James Rollins. 

I'm not in the same league as those awesome best selling authors, but I'm fortunate to be included in this current series where Diane is featuring new authors and new voices. So how cool is that? Please go to  Diane Capri Reveals to check it out.



Diane Capri
“Full of thrills and tension – but smart and human too.”
Lee Child, #1 New York Times Bestselling Author 
of Jack Reacher Thrillers


Diane Capri's books include: The Hunt For Reacher series, Jenny Lane series, and Judge Willa Carson series. 





Thursday, November 1, 2012

Winners of CURSE OF THE DOUBLE DIGITS Announced

Who's feeling lucky today?

Photo by Roni Loren via WANA Commons 
Congratulations to the winners of the giveaway of my new children's book, Curse of the Double Digits!


Thank you to all those who entered the giveaway and helped celebrate the release of my chapter book.

Random drawings were held for anyone who left comments on the blog posts by Robyn Campbell, Maria Toth, C. Lee McKenzie, and yours truly.


I'm old school. 
At the Tuesday writers critique meeting, Cindy Green 
gave each member a plastic pumpkin filled with goodies. 

So I stashed the goodies and used the pumpkin for the drawings. 
Now I know why bloggers use those high-tech raffles!


Oh, well. The old fashioned way still works, so woo hoo!

First, we'll start with the winners from Robyn Campbell's 10-10-12 post on Putting Pen to Pencil:

Sharon Mayhew - Signed paperback
Susan Kaye Quinn - eBook

Next, the winners from Maria Toth's 10-10-12 post on A Writer's Life of Scraps & Scribbles:

Yvette Carol - Signed paperback
Melissa Bowersock - eBook

And now, the winners from C. Lee McKenzie's 10-29-12 post on The Write Game:

J.L. Campbell - eBook
Medeia Sarif - eBook
Rilla Jaggia - Signed paperback

(There are three winners because J.L. Campbell lives outside the U.S. and Medeia Sarif requested an eBook, so I drew a third name for the paperback.)

Last, the ten winners who left comments on my blog posts:

Ebook:
Julie Glover 
                                    
Signed Paperback:

I need the addresses of those who won paperbacks. If you're an eBook winner, please contact me at Lynkelwoohoo at Yahoo.com and I'll give you the info for your free copy. 

Again, thank you to all who participated and made my book launch so much fun. I wish everyone could have won, but, alas, that's the luck of the draw.

Are you lucky when it comes to random drawings or playing Bingo, dice games, board games, or gambling? 


“Dieting is the only game where you win when you lose!”
~Karl Lagerfeld