Friday, February 06, 2015

If you REALLY like me...

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My publisher, Samhain, is having some fun with this week's new releases, giving readers a vote on which cover they prefer. Obviously, I'm prejudiced, but I think my cover artist knocked it out of the park. Pop on over to Facebook and give The Long Ride Home your vote and you  could win a free e-book. Plus show some love for the gorgeous work of artist Erin Dameron-Hill.

Facebook says I'm supposed to be able to embed the whole post here. Blogger does not seem to agree. So here's a link instead:  Cover Wars

And speaking of giveaways, my writing mate Fiona Lowe and I are now presenting Everything Huckleberry- The Sequel.


To enter, leave a comment over on Facebook: Big Sky Country Giveaway

Or if you're like me and sort of despise Facebook and can only be dragged there by force, leave a comment here instead and I'll make sure your name gets added to the entries. 

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4 comments:

Joelle said...

Yep, really don't like FB. Enter me, though! I've been a fan for a long time...does that give me extra entries? I know it doesn't, but it's true!

Kari Lynn Dell said...

Thanks for dropping by Joelle. Being my usual organized self I forgot to add that the contest ended at midnight Saturday and we drew the winner on Sunday morning. Since I goofed, how 'bout I send you a signed copy of The Long Ride Home to make it up to you?

imaknut said...

just finished reading "the long ride home". Wow! you have quite the way with words and writing. You made this reader feel the pain of losing Muddy and the hopelessness against the rodeo gods to the awkwardness of dealing with an attraction after being out of the game so long. How the relationship between David and Kylan evolved ... etc. Can't wait to see what you come up with next. I knew this book was going to be good, based on what I've read in your articles. I honestly was totally unprepared for this incredible work of literary art. John Grisham has been my favorite author for many years. In one short novel, you're right up there with the best of them. In my book anyway.

Kari Lynn Dell said...

Thank you. You have no idea how wonderful it is to hear that characters I created made such an impression. I appreciate the time you took to let me know.