November 10, 2016

E-book Giveaway: The Falling of the Moon CLOSED

 

CLOSED There's just enough time for an e-book giveaway before we get to full promotion of He Sees You When He's Creepin'.

Here's a description from World Weaver Press of The Falling of the Moon:

In the gloomy mountains of Shadowvale, Ascot Abberdorf is expected to marry a lugubrious Count and settle down to a quiet life terrorizing the villagers. Instead, armed with a book of fairy tales, her faithful bat-winged cat, and whatever silverware she can pinch, Ascot heads east, to the mysterious Daylands, where her book promises she can find True Love and Happily Ever After, if she only follows her heart.

Determined to win the hand of Prince Parvanel, Ascot storms the Kingdom of Albright. With the book’s guidance, she’s confident she’ll overcome any obstacles the imperious Queen Bettina Anna throws in her way, be they witches, evil stepmothers, or Big Bad Wolves.

Unfortunately, the book doesn’t cover reluctant princes, wolves who read Dostoyevsky instead of blowing down houses, or a guild of Godmothers whose motivations may not be as pure as three drops of blood on a sweep of snow. Most annoying of all is the captain of the guard who swears he’ll see the moon fall before she weds Prince Parvanel.

There are stories . . . and then there are stories, and if this parade of shifty shenanigans continues, Ascot might have to rewrite her own tale lest she end most Unhappily Ever After!


Here are Giveaway details: 
1) You must be 18 or older to enter, but you may reside in any country.
2) You enter by commenting under this post. That's the only way to enter.
3) You MUST include a number between 400 and 1000 when you enter.
4) You can enter only once.
5) The contest begins right now and ends Nov. 15 at 11:59 p.m. Eastern Standard Time. The winner will be announced  on Nov. 16. The winner will have 72 hours to contact me at enchantedconversation@gmail.com. If the winner doesn't contact me in 72 hours, a new winner will be chosen.

7 comments

  1. This sounds fabulous - There must be at least 711 plot twists! So looking forward to the next Krampus collection.

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  2. The story sounds very inventive, would love to win. Thank you. Sheri McGathy 515

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  3. This sounds super adorable! I especially like the idea of a big bad wolf reading Dostoyevsky!

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  4. This sounds like a cute story! 412. :)

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  5. I need to know more about this wolf who reads Dostoyevsky and her plans of terrorizing villages. 936

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  6. If the moon falls, there go the tides and all life forms dependent on them. How many times does the tide go in and out each day? Certainly not 401.

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