Wednesday, July 01, 2009

Two chances to win Montana Rose

I'm a guest on Cheryl St. John's blog today.

Now THAT woman knows how to write a blog and make it fun.

I'd steal all her ideas except I never get around to it.
Gotta pencil that in soon.

Go see if I made any sense by clicking here.

And her website is about the most gorgeous one I've ever seen.
Website envy, is soooooooooo unattractive, I'm fighting it.
http://www.cherylstjohn.net/
Part of the fight is sending my readers there, KNOWING YOU WILL NEVER COME BACK ONCE YOU'VE SEEN HERS.
Isn't there a World War II song about this?
How ya gonna keep 'em down on the farm after they've seen Paree?

It's kinda like that, only not.

And there's a chance to win

MONTANA ROSE

by leaving a comment on Cheryl's blog.

NOT MINE. That will do you no good, though it would be really FRIENDLY of you.


Well, I suppose it might do you some good in the COSMIC sense, in that we're all a better happier people if there are lots of comments on MARY CONNEALY'S blog.


But no book will come of it.

So go here: http://cherylstjohn.blogspot.com/2009/07/mary-connealy-montana-rose.html

Leave a comment.

Get your name in the drawing for:

MONTANA ROSE

AND I'm on Tina Dee's website today, too.
Tina is one of the masterminds behind Bustles and Spurs, which I am an member and official Weak Link on.
http://www.bustlesandspurs.com/
You can go read Bustles and Spurs, you'll have fun, but that's not where I am, nor is it where you'll get a shot at winning a book.
This is on Tina's personal blog.

http://thehomesteadheart.com/
Another chance to win
MONTANA ROSE

2 comments:

Pepper Basham said...

Mary,
after reading all the post comments today about Montana Rose, you HAVE to feel good. What a confidence boost. I hope all those people buy, read, and give glowing reviews about Montana Rose. I can't wait to get my copy!

Mary Connealy said...

Thanks, Pepper. It is encouraging. This whole 'being an author' thing is full of highs and lows.

So I try and enjoy the good words because I'll need to cling to them when someone disagrees.