Tuesday, November 1, 2011

Wow! That’s a lot of winners!

Well, I had a blast at all of the Halloween Blog Hops this weekend, including the non-virtual kind! Hopefully, you did, too. Emails have been sent out to all the corresponding winners, and goody bags will go out later this week. (Realize that I’m notoriously slow in going to the post office. I want to get all the addresses back first so it’s only one trip!)

Stay tuned for information on the release of book 2, The Vampire, The Witch & The Werewolf: Chains of Silver. I’m also working on a Christmas novella of The Vampire & The Werewolf, for those readers who’ve asked to read their story. I’m listening (and BOY are those boys talking!)

In celebration of the release of Chains of Silver, I’ll sponsor some more contests and an awesome New Orleans Goody Bag filled with treasures I picked up while at GayRomLit. And, there’ll be a free read about those ghosts that pop up periodically at Pages Bookstore. (Just who are they?)

Here’s the list of winners:

While three of the winners possessed the names Jessica or Jess, all showed a different last name and email address. I see a trend here with a lucky name (and initial)!

Jessica -- .pdf copy of The Vampire, The Witch & The Werewolf: A New Orleans Threesome, via Romance Studio Party.

Jessica -- .pdf The Vampire, The Witch & The Werewolf: A New Orleans Threesome in the Simply Erotic Reviews Halloween.

Jess -- $10 Ravenous Romance Certificate from my Blog as part of the Goblin Girls Gone Wild Hop.

Jean – Winner of a backlist book via Goddess Fish Promotions.

Leni – Winner of the $10 Ravenous Romance Certificate, as part of Spookapalooza, at the Romance Studio.

Grazie, again, to all who participated!


  1. Those who won goody bags ... shipping will be on Monday. Got everything together to mail, and it's pouring in SoCal. All those jokes are true about us, and I *know* that if I put them in the mail today, they'll get damaged before leaving the state.

  2. Congrats to all the winners! (sorry it's storming on you, Louisa. Sounds like good ole FLA! ;))