Monday, July 13, 2009

Free copies of Love Finds You in Paradise, Pennsylvania!

Hey, everybody!

Hope you're enjoying your summer so far. I know I am.

Lots of stuff going on here, and I'm sure you're saying the very same thing. (Probably, a couple of times a day! ) I've been telling people who ask what I've been up to that "I'm busy as a one-legged Riverdance performer!" But honestly, I'm hard-pressed to name a breathing human who isn't overscheduled!

So I thought I'd offer you a chance to win a free copy of my last novel, Love Finds You in Paradise, Pennsylvania, so you'll have some 'sit in the sun sipping lemonade' reading material on your bookshelves!

All you have to do is 'friend' me at Facebook, 'follow' me on Twitter, or 'shout' at me on ShoutLife, and you're automatically entered in the contest that begins today (July 13th) and ends on my anniversary (August 5th).

The 'how I choose a winner' is loads of fun:

I simply write everybody's name on a slip of paper, then tell my sweetheart of a dog to put his paw on one. (I stole that idea from my long-time writer pal, Robin Bayne, who used to give away Beanie Babies the very same way.)

Send me your email address so that if you win, I can contact you with the good news...and find out where I can mail your copy of the book.

Looking forward to chatting with you on Facebook, Twitter, and Shoutlife. Meanwhile, here's hoping the rest of your summer will be fun-filled and safe.

Hugs to you all!

P.S. Here's my next release, Love Finds You in North Pole, Alaska, due in book stores this October. (Two of my 'single guy' friends have already asked "Can you get me the number of the cute snowbunny on the cover?" LOL)


Anonymous said...

Sorry to be so late contacting you, Loree. I've been out of town all day. It was great to see your well-deserved interview. I look forward to reading your SP books.
God Bless.
Irene B.

Anonymous said...

Just wanted to tell you how much I enjoyed reading "Dog's Life"! I Loved it...sent it to my 12 year old Grandson to read [his family just rescued a Siberian/Shepherd..missing part of her ear]. I also have two rescued a Rat Terrier came from a kill shelter...the other an Old English Sheepdog...who came to me heart worm positive. Unconditional Love. Thank You! Maureen

Nora said...

Thanks for having this contest. It's kind of confusing about where to enter. But I'd like the chance to win your North Pole book and the one written about Paradise Pennysylvania.

It said we had to sake you a question. Well I've noticed thhat you've written two Love Finds You books from one extreme to the other (Amish to the North Pole) how did you get your ideas for these books? Love the covers!! They look good.

Thanks for putting my name in the hat for both of these books.


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kathyeeberly said...
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kathyeeberly said...

Hi Loree,
My question is this: what advice would you give to an aspiring young author who wants a career in writing? I hope this enters me into your contest!

Kathy Eberly

Janet said...

Hi Loree!! I really am enjoying my book!!! Talk to you later

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