Wednesday, October 3, 2012

Giveaway ~ End of the Line

Hey Lovelies!
So I'm still trying to get End of the Line's foot in the door. I'm still working on the second book to this, and it just took me in a direction I wasn't expecting so it is taking me a little bit. On top of doing the Goodreads giveaway I decided to do a giveaway of the ebook version! I'm going to giveaway a couple of copies of End of the Line (Depending on how many people enter!). For now I'm searching for TWO winners, (however if you remember in the past I tend to give out more then I say I will depending on how many enter). In the spirit of Halloween and the fact that this book is based off a nightmare of mine, you should list either a nightmare you've had OR a fear of yours! Since I don't want to ask followers to do something I wouldn't do, I've shared a nightmare of mine with you (End of the Line) and one of my biggest fears is snakes....

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    -A nightmare you have had OR a fear of yours!
Last day will be October 12, 2012 (Friday!)

Good Luck and spread the news! :)
More that enter, more that win :)

When so much is lost how does one to have the strength to move on? At seventeen Lauren was prepared for yet another year of school. Then asteroids hit, killing all of those she knew except for a few other teens from her neighborhood. Joining forces with her classmate Aaron, they work together on the journey in the hopes of finding more people that are alive. On the way, threats of starvation, illness, and freezing to death don’t compare to the danger of Dean Manson. Manson is an ex-con out for revenge against Aaron. With so much working against them these teens fight for everything even if it means denying their feelings just for the chance to see a new day.


  1. I'm terrified of snakes, too!

  2. I had a nightmare when I was a kid about a devil dog. It was a black Boston Terrier with bulging red eyes and teeth barred as it scraped and clawed its way out of the ground in the backyard to attack us as we played baseball. Scarier than my big sister, it was!

  3. I'm terrified of losing family members.


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