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October 25, 2011

Win a FREE download of my suspense novel

 
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Since I write in the suspense genre, and really enjoy scary villains, I’ve decided to host a Hallowe’en contest.
The rules are simple…
1. Create a villain
2. Describe him/her in 100 words or less.
3. Make me cringe
4. Type villain’s description into comment section of
this post along with you first name and your email

I will choose my favorite villain by midnight on Oct. 31st and the winner will receive a free download of my suspense novel, When Love Won’t Die.

Also, if your villain really inspires me, I will use him/her in one of my future suspense novels (with your permission).

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2 Comments »

  1. I love this idea, oh, brilliant woman.

    My “fav” villain is a very controlling, tall man whom all men look up to and admire with good-old-boy back slapping, but who feels women don’t belong in the work place, and if they do choose to work outside the home, they need to be put in their proper place by either emotionally beating them down or physically coming on to them when no one else is around, of course. He is handsome, and because of that, women think they like him at first… and then… ka-pang-o.

    Comment by sandy Carlson — October 26, 2011 @ 12:05 PM | Reply

  2. Congratulations on winning the FREE copy of When Love Won’t Die, Sandy.

    Comment by dramaquill — November 3, 2011 @ 10:35 AM | Reply


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