Congratulations to Micheal Teal the winner of March E-Muse draw for a $50.00 gift certificate on Amazon. To be eligible to win, simply subscribe to my monthly E-muse newsletter at firstname.lastname@example.org to share my ramblings on gardening, writing and Life 101. Events, updates and lots of Spam-free fun! Have fun picking out which books to buy, Micheal. So many pages, so little time.
25 Feb 2009 1 Comment
Congratulations to Jane McIntosh with winner of the February draw for a 50.00 Amazon gift certificate. I e-mail a monthly newsletter called E-Muse with updates on SHADOW events, writing tips and author interviews I conduct on another blog. (E-muse archives are posted on this site if you want to take a peek). Everyone who subscribes has their name entered into the monthly draw for a 50.00 Amazon gift certificate. Why? Because one of my favorite things is getting a windfall that allows me to order new books. I enjoy sending out that e-mail to the winners; but also encouraging the publishing, reading and buying of books–they’re my best friends.
Having watched Dr. Phil’s program yesterday on Internet Scams, I can assure you that when Amazon e-mails you a gift card, you do not have to provide any personal credit information to redeem it (unless your order goes over 50.00 and you have to pay out of pocket). I’ve been ordering from Amazon for years and have never had any complications. If you would like to subcribe, contact email@example.com
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25 Nov 2008 Leave a comment
Congratulations to Phyllis Hart, the winner of November’s 50.00 gift certificate from Amazon. Everyone who subscribes to my E-muse letter is eligible to win. Last month’s contest asked: What is your favorite opening line of a novel? I twittered the entries so will only post the top three:
“The whole room smelled of men.”
It really evokes some imagery!
From the May Queen by Kate Evans
“Sitting cross legged on the orange industrial carpet, I pulled my blouse over my head.”
http://chellecordero.blogspot.com/ Chelle Cordero, Author
http://chellecordero.com/ Chelle Cordero Website
http://www.geocities.com/bylines333/res_chelle.html Chelle’s Online Portfolio
From Beautiful Lies by Lisa Unger: It’s dark in that awful way that allows you to make out objects but not the
black spaces behind them. gratefulgirl
December’s contest question: What is your favorite thing about Christmas?
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What is my favorite thing about Christmas? I’ll text that on Twitter tommorrow. Just look for the Twitter icon on Myspace profile page. It’s coming a lot sooner than you think…Christmas that is.