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UPDATE: The contest is now CLOSED. A winner has been selected and notified. I’ll announce the winner when I get confirmation back from him/her! * * * * Hurry! Thursday is the deadline to enter to win the autographed copy of … Continue reading
It’s Freebie Friday folks! This month I’m giving away three ebooks to three lucky winners! The prizes are: Destiny’s Chance, Goddess’s Curse, and Longing. All you need to do to enter is answer an easy question. No signups are required. … Continue reading
I’ve had a series of contests recently, and I want to announce the winners. All were chosen by random drawing, using random.org. First, the winner of the Freebie Friday/Black Friday drawing for a moon light is…Joyce Jette! The Cy-Ops Sci-fi … Continue reading
It’s Freebie Friday AND Black Friday, so I have a special prize drawing. A moon nightlight! In Hunted by the Cyborg (Cy-Ops Sci-fi Romance 6), several critical scenes occur on Earth’s moon, so I thought it would be fun to … Continue reading
You may have heard that 10% of the first month’s proceeds from the sale of Embrace the Romance: Pets in Space 2 will benefit Hero-dogs.org. If that’s all you saw, you might think, pets, dogs…animal charity gets a donation. Not … Continue reading
* * UPDATE * * The Freebie Friday drawing is now closed, and the winners have been selected. The winner of the dog toy is Sharon Extine and the winner of the cat toy is Louise Haring. Congrats, ladies! Thank … Continue reading
I’ve had a lot going on lately. Here’s a quick recap of what’s new in my sci-fi romance author world: A limited time free book promotion A new release An upcoming release Wrapping up the writing of a new Cy-Ops … Continue reading
Update: The contest has ended and the winner’s name has been drawn Reading is one my greatest pleasures. When I was a kid, I thought it would be cool to work in a bookstore so I could read for free. … Continue reading