The Winner is ... Margaritas!
This week is the final contest to win a copy of IN NAME ONLY before it becomes totally available worldwide on Amazon - winner's choice, print or Kindle book if you live in the U.S. If you live elsewhere, you will receive the Kindle version.
So step right up. It's the Margarita Contest! Frozen or On the Rocks? Help choose!
Don't drink Margaritas? No worries! Just think of your favorite drink and decide if you prefer it frozen like a slushee or poured over ice.
How does the contest work? Comment and use the word Frozen or Rocks in your comment. One random commenter from the team with the MOST votes at the end of the week will win.
So if your team is behind ... get out the vote! Bribe your friends to visit Under the Tiki Hut and vote their comment. Just make sure they vote for YOUR team.
No stuffing the ballot box. One vote per person. Make sure you get yours in before 10:00 p.m. Central Time, Sunday, July 1. The winner of one copy of IN NAME ONLY will be announced Monday, July 2. Previous winners not eligible.
Which team will win? Team Frozen or Team Rocks? It's up to you!
Guess who loves firefighters the most? Tracy Jo at Brand New Day!
Tracy Jo won a copy of IN NAME ONLY by saying this:
I love firefighters because they are hot, hot, hot!
Tracy Jo, please let me know if you prefer the print version or a Kindle book.
And last - but far, far from least - Laura Eno has a new book available Wednesday! WRAITH. Isn't her cover fantastic!
Someone wants them dead. Another wants them captured. No one can be trusted. Secrets, lies, and revelations await Raven and Mikael as their search for Mikael's missing friend leads them to Wraith, a mysterious moon owned by Jeffrey Hamilton, cybernetics genius and Ben's creator. How much of the Oracle's technology does Hamilton possess and where did it come from?
Raven's nightmares from the past threaten her sanity, while Mikael's guilt slowly consumes him. Ben's in more danger than anyone as they race to find the answers to uncertain questions—questions which could lead to death for them all.
Laura Eno lives in Florida with a very tolerant husband, three skulking cats and two absurdly happy dogs. After spending years immersed in English literature courses, she now writes novels late at night with the help of muses from the underworld.