Prepare to Sizzle!
Over $5,000 prizes up for grabs!
Total of 8 pairs of tickets to RomCon 2011 to be won!!!
(each pair worth $490)
Sizzling Summer Reads (Romance)
From June 1 to 28, 2011 (Look for the Sizzling Summer Reads event button)Play the games. Explore new books.Chat with authors. Rack up your points!CAN YOU UNLOCK THE PUZZLE?Visit everyday to increase your chances to win awesome prizes!PRIZESWeekly Prizes2 tickets to RomCon 2011 worth $490$10 Gift Cards – 4 winnersOver 100 Book Giveaways in total(paperback, ebook)Main SponsorsRomCon 2011eTreasures PublishingAstraea Press**************The Q & A To Win A Copy of A Very Merry Chase Plus a $10.00 Gift CardWill Be Featured on Saturday June 4, 2011.
PLUSI'll be doing a chat at
featuring A Very Merry Chase on Wednesday June 8th, 2011 beginning at 8:00 AM Est.There will be a prize package drawing for one lucky participant that day featuring
A Very Merry Chase&The Widow's TaleIn PDF Format With Personalized Dedications For The Winner...Plus a $5.00 gift card!Or For The Kindle or Nook...Winners Choice!
Summer Treasure Hunt
Also Going On This June!
3rd Annual “Summer Treasure Hunt:
Dig for Clues and Win Contest!
30 Days of Prizes, Fun and Adventure! This is becoming an exciting tradition, both for our sponsors and hopefully for all of you! Medieval Romance Author, Joyce DiPastena has gathered 29 writer friends together to present a month-long contest where we will give away a prize a day for the entire month of June.
That’s right! 30 awesome prizes, running the gamut from books books books! (romances, fantasies, mystery/thrillers, inspirationals, children’s books, and various non-fiction), as well as Amazon gift cards, a Mary Kay gift set, a vinyl lettering gift certificate, a hand-sewn weekly planner with ribbon bookmark, a crocheted book tote with matching cell phone case, and again for you aspiring authors, TWO free edit/critiques of a partial manuscript. Many of the giveaways are open to International entries, though always check to be sure before you enter for a particular prize.
It is not wealth one asks for, but just enough to preserve one’s dignity, to work unhampered, to be generous, frank and independent. W. Somerset Maugham (1874-1965) Of Human Bondage, 1915