International Time Travel Day is March 14th and a bunch of my author friends and I are celebrating it with free ebook giveaways. Keep reading! :-)
By no coincidence, it is also the birthday of Albert Einstein, author of the “space and time bend" theory.
Join 12 Time Travel Authors across North America as they celebrate International Time Travel Day with great giveaways!
Visit the following blogs/websites on March 14, and leave a comment on each for your chance to win free books that celebrate time travel in all its guises:
Funny or scary….sexy or sweet…rollicking adventure stories…
ESCAPE WITH TIME TRAVEL!
Madeline Baker www.madelinebaker.net
Melodie Campbell www.funnygirlmelodie.blogspot.com
Pauline B. Jones www.paulinebjones.com
Chris Karlsen www.chriskarlsen.com
Laura Martello www.la-mitchell.blogspot.com
Troy McCombs http://www.tmhorror.blogspot.com/
Theresa Ragan http://www.theresaragan.com
Cate Rowan www.funnygirlmelodie.blogspot.comTerry Spear http://terry-spear.blogspot.com/
Lizzie Starr http://starrwords.blogspot.com
Cheryl Kaye Tardif www.cherylktardif.com
Nicholas Wisseman www.funnygirlmelodie.blogspot.com
WIN A COPY OF CHERYL KAYE TARDIF's PARANORMAL SCI-FI THRILLER...
In this dark, suspenseful and somewhat comical look at one man's desires, Remote Control by bestselling author Cheryl Kaye Tardif delivers a strong message:
Be careful what you wish for!
Meet Harold Fielding—plumber by part of the day, slacker/tv addict the rest of the day and night. Harry believes that fame and fortune will come to him if he wishes hard enough. God forbid if he should actually work for it.
Beatrice Fielding is Harry's hardworking wife. She holds down multiple jobs so her husband can laze about on his recliner, eating popcorn and drinking cola while watching his favorite shows. She has many wishes--some aren't so nice.
Enter below; you'll get one entry for each of the 5 steps you do. :-)
REMOTE CONTROL is an award-winning novelette.
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I enjoy finding new -to-me authors. I have found a few so far. If I could go anywhere, I would go to the days of the old west. I love the movies, stories, and the nitty gritty that comes from there.
Thanks for dropping by, Mel. Yes, the wild west would be cool. The scenery unspoiled by technology and pollution, the horses, the spacious farmlands, the saloons...and the cowboys. Yee-ha! ;-)
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