Happy Monday! I have a couple of items that I want to be sure to pass along to you today.
First, for those who have entered the FREE SWAG GIVEAWAY, please be sure you’ve sent your receipts to me by the end of the day TODAY. I will be selecting a winner this week. If you don’t know what I’m talking about, this is the contest for having purchased a copy of THE EDGE OF NOWHERE by January 25. To enter, you would’ve completed the entry form by January 25, but your proof of purchase is due by today. You can send the receipt to me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Second, I am still looking for TRACI YOUNG who was the winner of my GRATITUDE GIVEAWAY for a free signed copy of the THE EDGE OF NOWHERE. I need her to please e-mail to claim her prize!
Third, I have a new giveaway that begins today and extends through February 8th. In participation with Goodreads, I am giving away a FREE SIGNED COPY of THE EDGE OF NOWHERE. Simply follow the contest link below to register to win!
Fourth, for those of you who have purchased copies of THE EDGE OF NOWHERE in e-book or paperback format, I would LOVE IT if you’d send me a photograph of yourself with my novel. I’ve created a photo gallery with your pictures, and I’d love to add you to it. If you’re interested, here’s a LINK to the page. You can e-mail me your pictures to TEONphotos@gmail.com, or tag me on Facebook or Twitter.
Finally, tomorrow marks the two-week point since the release of THE EDGE OF NOWHERE. I just want to take a moment to extend to each of you my deepest gratitude for your support. This novel has done very well in Amazon ranking since its release, and I believe that the credit is due to each of you who have been so kind as to share news of its release with your friends, both in person and through social media. From the bottom of my heart, thank you!
That’s all from me! I’ll be in and out over the next week as I travel to Florida to visit my parents, but I’ll be checking in as much as I’m able. For those of you in the midwest (mostly Minnesota, Iowa and some areas of Wisconsin), get some hot chocolate, a good book, and hunker down for the next couple of days, as it looks like we’re in for a snowstorm! If it didn’t mean altering my travel plans, I’d be truly ecstatic!