Today's the day! I've debated keeping this super awesome book—signed by LiLa!!!—but you know how I can't keep a good thing to myself, and I do have a nook edition... but it is signed... Hmmm, maybe we don't need to do a giveaway after all...
All you have to do to enter is comment!
But there's a chance for more entries if you REALLY want it, and I think some of you do...
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I'll get us started:
The worst lie I ever told was the one that got me grounded for the first and only time in my life. I was sixteen, I was meeting a guy and I was going to stay over at his house (oooooh!!), but I told my Dad and stepmom I was going to a football game and sleeping over at my friends' house. I didn't do either of those things. My Dad dropped me off at school and I walked to the guy's house.
Of course, I didn't think ahead enough to let my friend in on the secret, so she called my house, and I think you can imagine what happened then. (Learn from my mistakes, kids!) My dad was sooooo disappointed in me. But I think I only wound up being grounded for like a weekend. See, I was the good kid. Or at least, I never got caught. :)
Contest will be open for entries until 12 AM EST April 30. I'll announce the winner on May 2nd.
“All writers are vain, selfish and lazy, and at the very bottom of their motives lies a mystery. Writing a book is a long, exhausting struggle, like a long bout of some painful illness. One would never undertake such a thing if one were not driven by some demon whom one can neither resist nor understand.” ~George Orwell
I'm a YA writer who delves into urban fantasy, paranormal and romance, and who loves reading good books almost as much as writing them.
When not writing—or working—I enjoy daydreaming, drinking tea, and walking in cemeteries. I used to spend the rest of my time checking my inbox for manuscript requests, but am now proudly represented by Rosemary Stimola, of Stimola Literary Studio.