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Thursday, September 29, 2011

Today Is The Day...

Happy Thursday All,

***THE CONTEST IS NOW OFFICIALLY CLOSED!***

Today's the day to win a signed book! Yes, you read that right--today is the day you can win a SIGNED copy of Christie Craig's Don't Mess With Texas.

Here's what you need to do to get your hands on this adult Contemporary Novel... (be sure to read the ALL information coming up, because I'm going to have a particular comment you have to make to be entered to win this prize):

1.  BEFORE 11 p.m. Central Time today comment on this blog INCLUDING your name and email address. If, for some reason, Blogger is misbehaving and won't let you post, or you don't want to make your email address public, you can email me at this address and let me know you want to have a chance to win this prize.

In your comment (or email) please tell me what you think is great about Texas. It can be one thing or more than one thing. It can be anything (but let's keep the comments at PG rating, please).

The give away is limited to U.S. Residents ONLY. One entry per person.

I have ONE copy and ONLY one copy to give away. So there's only one winner.

All right...you know what to do, so off we go...

Have A Terrific Thursday!

10 comments:

jeff7salter said...

One thing I think is great about Texas is the vast expanse. We used to travel through Tex on the way to the Rockies and the West Coast. And we'd always say: "The sun is riz and the sun is set ... and we ain't out of Texas yet."
Yes, I'd love the book.
salter8jeff@yahoo.com
10:50 a.m.

Bethany said...

Jeff,

LOL loved your comment. Thank you for dropping by and entering :-)

Babz said...

I like everything about Texas except TxDOT.

Babz said...

I love the cover of the book too.
And, on a more serious note, I love Texas winters. I love the Texas Hill Country.

Ryan Vukmanovic said...

I'd have to say that what I love about Texas is the history as well as the parts of Texas I've seen. El Paso,Corpus Christi,Amarillo and Shamrock. I have always felt welcome anytime I have been in Texas. Probably the Friendliest state I've ever visited.

Bethany said...

Babz,

Thanks for the TXDOT Thing LOL I agree with you, the winters are usually pretty good down here. I have your email on file and you're entered. Thanks for dropping by :-)

Bethany said...

Ryan,

Thank you! Hospitality is a pretty big deal down here. I have your email on file and you're entered. Thank you for dropping by :-)

jeff7salter said...

Well, there are a lot of other things I like about Texas. For one thing, there are half a dozen different kinds of areas within Texas. I once took a friend from NY to Dallas and he looked around as we drove through East Texas. He was literally stunned. "I thought it all looked like the western movies" he said.
I said, no, there's flat & dry, green & lush, high & low, etc.
Plus, my big brother was worn in Fr. Worth in 1947.

jeff7salter said...

Uh, I meant my brother was BORN in FORT Worth ... good grief.

Bethany said...

LOL Jeff, no problem.

CONTEST IS NOW OFFICIALLY CLOSED!!