I think I've been partying a bit too hard this week. I had to peel myself out of bed this morning and I feel like I'm dragging along today. So in order to perk myself up, I'm offering all the amazing "J" prizes today. I know you're going to love them!
The second prize is an ebook (your choice Kindle or Nook) of Joyce DiPastena's brand new book, Dangerous Favor. This is one prize that I would love to win myself. I've read her other books and really loved them. She brings the medieval time period to life so well you feel like you are really there. Incredible. Here's the back copy:
Her father has been accused of stealing from the king, an allegation
that has reduced her family to poverty. She has one chance to find and
marry a man who can help her prove her father's innocence. Lord Therri,
heir to a rich barony, has the wealth and connections Mathilde needs to
delve into the mysteries of her father's past. Furthermore, Therri
embodies all her romantic dreams.
Etienne, the younger son of a
disgraced family, has neither wealth nor connections, but is smitten
with Mathilde at a glance. She finds the knight intriguing, but believes
he is only out to seduce her. While she seeks for a way to win Therri's
attention, Etienne tricks her into granting him her favor, an
embroidered white ribbon, for a tournament, setting in motion a
dangerous chain reaction of events. Can Etienne save Mathilde from a
nightmare from her past and prove himself the true hero of her dreams?
The third prize is a signed personalized copy of J. Lloyd Morgan's book, The Hidden Sun. Here is the back copy for it:
Eliana and Rinan are in love. However, she is destined to become queen
of Bariwon, obligated to marry the victor of a competition called the
Shoginoc, while Rinan, her royal guardian, is forbidden to marry.
Normally they could renounce their titles to be together, but these are
not normal times. Abrecan, the malevolent governor of Erd, is determined
to win the Shoginoc, thereby placing his easily manipulated son Daimh
on Bariwon’s throne. Can Eliana and Rinan find a way to be together
without jeopardizing the peace they are so desperately trying to
Doesn't that sound like an adventure?
A split-second decision could change the world’s darkest hour to one of triumph--but who is willing to pay the price?
Campbell has been running away for a long time--using her position as
an international journalist to escape the ghosts of her family's past.
She finds some solace working in an Afghan refugee camp, until the
Taliban attacks them and Kennedy is forced to flee. She is pulled into a
terrorist's realm of darkness as she fights to save those around her,
but will it come at the expense of her own life?
leads a double life, helping MI-6 bring down arms dealers all over the
world until his father is murdered by an old associate. Ethan makes his
next mission a personal vendetta by tracking down the killer to
Indonesia. While there, he finds himself in a position to either avenge
his father or stop a terrorist attack on the Malacca Strait that will
jeopardize innocent lives across the world. Can he look past his
father's murder to save others?
The line between justice and
mercy is blurred with each passing second, and international intrigue
becomes intensely personal as the age-old struggle for redemption is
brought close to home.
Not bad if I do say so myself. :)
So there you have it. Four great prizes from Josi, Joyce, Jason and Julie!
And here's what you can do to get an entry into this contest. Each thing is worth one entry.
1. Go to Wednesday's post and vote for your favorite flash fiction in the comment trail.
2. Tell me what was the most memorable party you've ever been to and why it sticks in your memory.
3. Tell me one thing you like about my blog.
4. Tell me, if you could visit one time period in history, what would it be and why.
5. If you still haven't liked me on Facebook or followed me on this blog, this is your chance to do it now!
We'll be wrapping up all the prizes tomorrow, so be sure to check back! And since we've danced, eaten food, and thrown confetti, today I shall get the karaoke machine out. It's not a party until we've done karaoke, right?