Welcome to my personal blog post for the
Authors of the WG2E Street Team and the Beach Book Blast blog have gathered together to bring you all their summer releases in one super event full of prizes and fun!
My book in the event is Chasin' Mason
on sale for $1.99 (regular price $3.99)
I make no secret of my love of horses and mountains, so one or the other in my books should come as no surprise. Chasin' Mason features one hot cowboy fighting for what he feels is his due and a fiesty woman dealing with guilt while struggling to hold on to the ranch she holds dear. Mason is the horse.
My romantic suspense Colorado Trust Series starts with Trust in the Lawe, also set on a ranch with horses, but instead of the sultry Texas range, the location is the majestic Colorado Rocky Mountains. Linking the cowboys and horses in Chasin' Mason and Trust in the Lawe seems a logical move, so...
for my personal blog event giveaway the prize is:
Set of 3 Signed print* books
Colorado Trust SeriesTrust in the LaweShattered TrustShadowed Trust
(*Print books shipped to the US or Canada only. If winner is outside of US/Canada, I will gladly substitute ebooks for the print versions)
QUESTION: Is there a setting/location that would make a book an auto-buy for you?
Using the Rafflecopter below, you can enter once or multiple times.
Now, if you haven't visited the Beach Book Blast blog yet, you'll want to hop on over there and see what's happening! Enter to win the grand prize of a KINDLE FIRE, or one of 15 other prizes.
On Thursday, from 8p-11p Eastern (7p-10p central), all us authors will be hosting a Facebook Party. LIKE us on Facebook and join the party for a chance to win even MORE prizes!
Plus, visit the individual blogs offering personal giveaways like mine--links are listed under the book blurbs on the Books page (link below). All in all, that's 24+ prizes you could win!
Some of our participating authors took time to answer my question and posed questions of their own. Click on their name to check out their blog!
Lily Silver is partial to the settings of Ireland or England, any time period.
Natalie G. Owens: “Victorian London - love that era for its mystery and the dark secrets and activities that thrived during a period of repression. For example, the study of the Occult. Magic and mayhem in proper London - makes for great stories! Of course, there needs to be a mystery to solve... Another era I enjoy is the modern era but one that is affected by centuries-old secrets. A specific artifact or an ancient civilization, for example. I love thrillers with such story lines like The Venice Conspiracy, The Da Vinci Code, etc.”
Janice Palko: “A book set on the Outer Banks of North Carolina is an auto-buy for me. I have vacationed there for years, and I love the place. I'd love to live by the ocean and the terrain on the Outer Banks is rugged and beautiful. Plus, there is so much pirate lore and history there that only adds to the mystique and charm of the place. In fact, my third novel, a romantic suspense, which I hope to have out next year is set in a place just like the Outer Banks.”
Tamara Ward: “I'm always interested in books set in the town I call home, Holly Springs, NC. It's a fairly small and mostly bedroom community near Raleigh. We've got a nearby nuclear power plant and an incoming interstate, along with fantastic parks, history - and people, of course!”
Christina Routon: “Almost anything set in the south. If I'm familiar with the location I'll most likely buy it.”
*lizzie starr: “I can think of only one locale that's an automatic buy for me--that would be the planet Pern. It's a place I long to visit if I could, so McCaffrey's books take me there.”
Shelia Seabrook: “I don’t usually buy books based on location, but since I love the Rocky Mountains, I’m drawn to anything with mountains or rugged terrain.”
Alicia Street loves historicals set in ancient Greece or Crete.
Roy Street’s setting of choice is New York City
Thanks for visiting and GOOD LUCK!
Stacey Joy Netzel