Are you ready for a contest?
Coming February 2014 I will be embarking upon the biggest launch of my writing career. A new romance series set in the small town of Ferry Creek, North Carolina will be coming out in early February. Below is the working title/cover/blurb for the book. I’m sharing this with you all because I’m holding a HUGE contest. Starting December 4th, 2013 and ending December 24th, 2013, I’ll be giving away a copy of A Chance At Love (A Ferry Creek Novel) EVERY SINGLE DAY! Please note that you won’t receive your winning book until it’s published in February 2014. I’ll keep a detailed list of ALL winners and upon the books release, I’ll be buying you a copy. This will ONLY pertain to Kindle readers. Trust me, you don’t want to miss this contest OR this series.
How do you enter?
I’ll post something on my Facebook page everyday and your job is to do the following:
1. SHARE the post. (qualifies as two votes)
2. COMMENT on the post (qualifies as one vote)
3. LIKE the post (qualifies as one vote)
For all my Twitter people out there, I’ll have a tweet that you can retweet to @karolynwrites for one vote.
That means… if you share, comment, like, and retweet… you can get 5 votes!
Here’s something else… if you’re a lucky winner, don’t stop entering! Why? Because if you want to enter again and win, you can give me the email address to a family member or friend who you would like to read A Chance At Love also! Imagine that! You can win a copy of the book for yourself AND a copy for a family member or friend!
The contest starts December 4th… be on the lookout for my post/tweet to enter.
Email me at KarolynJamesWrites@gmail.com if you have any questions.
Coming to Ferry Creek was supposed to be a short trip to settle a past, not begin a future.
The day billionaire businessman Sullivan Chasen receives a phone call that his father is dying is the day his world became turned upside down. The problem is that his father has been dead for ten years. The bigger problem is that the person who called keeps calling, insisting that Sullivan’s father is going to die soon.
A shocking DNA test suddenly has Sullivan questioning everything he has ever known and has him packing up and driving to the small town of Ferry Creek, North Carolina.
There, he confronts a past he never knew existed, including a half-brother who is living in a small apartment above the family diner, a local staple in Ferry Creek. What begins as a short trip to settle any necessary needs soon turns into a new life for Sullivan. The longer he stays in Ferry Creek, the more he falls in love with the small town… and a waitress named Jess who works at the diner.