Friday, November 6, 2009

"Spread the Love, Win a Kindle" Giveaway at Lisa and Laura Write


As some of you may know, the fabulous sister-sister writing duo of Lisa and Laura Roecker have sold their manuscript, The Haunting of Pemberly Brown, to Sourcebooks, available Spring 2011. Way to get that book out there before the Mayan Apocalypse, ladies! ;)

To celebrate, and to spread Good Vibes, the writing team collectively known as LiLa will be giving away a Kindle that mysteriously came into their possession. Now I don't know about you, but there are only two things better than a Kindle:
1. A free Kindle
2. A free MYSTERY KINDLE!!

Oh, wait, there's one thing better. That's spreading the word about LiLa's upcoming publication!

To enter the contest, see their post at Lisa and Laura Write here.

I love to hear about blogger friends getting published, and Lisa and Laura couldn't be more modest about their own hard work and talent. Or more generous with their good fortune!
Congratulations again, LiLa!

Good luck, everyone.

8 comments:

Susan R. Mills said...

Yes, it's good news. I can't wait until their book comes out.

Lisa and Laura said...

Holy crap! You made a button about the contest! Totally posting this next week! Mind if we borrow it? Oh how I love our bloggy friends!!!

Tamika: said...

I agree, hearing publications dreams come true gives me goosebumps!

One day, Tamika!!

What a generous way to celebrate, thanks Lisa and Laura.

Tere Kirkland said...

Susan, I'm excited, too! Is it Spring 2011 yet?

LiLa, feel free to do as you wish with the button, it's yours!
Funny how productive I can be when I'm stalling on my writing... ;)

Tamika, "one day" is right! Just keep thinking that way. Good luck if you enter!

Katie said...

You've gone all out!!!!! Love that cool button!!!!!

Amy Saia said...

Wow, that's just too cool! I like the title of the book, btw.

Icy Roses said...

I've never even seen a Kindle IRL [in real life] before. Do you own one? Are they good? Mysterious technology is mysterious.

Tere Kirkland said...

Katie, it was easy. With a free program called Gimp (a Photoshop doppelganger) and images I cut from LiLa's website with screenshots, it was child's play. I wish I was more creative with compositions, though, which is why I went into art history instead of studio art.

Amy, Good luck if you entered!

Icy, No, I've never laid eyes on any Kindle, much less a mystery Kindle ;). I'd use the hell out of one, though. Fingers crossed!