In the past, I've used Friday posts for book news and updates. Amazon has dropped the price on Contingency t0 $11, (almost it's lowest ever).
On my site, I have signed paperbacks and the e-book as a combo for $14 with free shipping :
(If you’d like additional personalization for your copy, enter it in the form at the bottom of the order page.)
Thanks for reading, for loving the book and for recommending it!
Sandy H. over in Indy won the copy of Contingency.
Don't forget- your next chance to win is the Amazon Blitz event December 30th at 8 p.m. Eastern / 7 p.m. Central.
MINDSTIR MEDIA, my publisher, is offering a prize to celebrate this Amazon Blitz, but there is absolutely NO PURCHASE NECESSARY.
All you have to do is send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org on 12/30 explaining your favorite family Christmas moment, and you'll be entered into a contest to win a $25 Amazon.com gift card! Be sure to put AMAZON BLITZ in the subject line.
Thanks for participating!
For those of you who have been with me on this writing journey, we took a very significant step forward. I got the critique back on Contingency and the comments were extremely encouraging. (Thanks to J.J. Hebert of Mindstir Media for his help. He gave me page-by-page comments and a summary report, plus he was extremely easy to work with.) The issues raised are straightforward and most of them will be relatively easy to fix. That said, I’m targeting a formal submission in about a month.
If you haven’t read the first chapter of Contingency, you can here.
In geeky news, I tweaked my Zemanta plug-in so it will cross-reference the blogs I read. That way, anytime my blogging friends have a post that connects with what I’ve written, a link will pop up at the end of the post. I encourage you to check them out.
I started reading Doubting by Alister McGrath. It’s gonna be a great book. He views doubt as an invitation to grow. Unbelief and skepticism, however, are willful decisions NOT to believe.
This verse caught my eye this week- “She has done what she could…” Mark 14:8. Jesus said these words about Mary after she anointed Him with her precious oil. Whatever my limitations, situations or opportunities, I want to do what I can to honor Jesus Christ. Amen.
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