Kathy Fanfulla came up with a great idea for a new series that I'll be starting within the next couple weeks. So, here is the contest I'm offering.
Details of the novel - It is a spin off of the Devil's Kiss - Magical Sword Series Book 3. The main character is Hadley, a Vampire who is a Special Agent with the FBI. The story will of course hold danger and a mystery, but there will be two love interests here, one a powerful Vampire and the other a human male who works alongside Hadley at the bureau. Both men are set to meet her every desire.
The contest - come up with the two names of the men in the book.
The winner - There may in fact be two winners here, which will be fine. What I offer you as your prize is to get your name in the book. Might just be a side character, but still, how cool would that be!!
Have fun with it! I love strong unique names so that might be a good hint for you!!!
Use this link for your entry - http://www.facebook.com/notes/stacey-kennedy/contest-get-your-name-in-the-new-series-special-agent-fang/117087894980979
Winners will be announced May 7, 2010 @ 8 p.m.
Saturday, May 1, 2010
Contest - Get your name in the Special Agent Fang Series!!!
The journey as a writer all began when I was a teen and wrote poetry, which still to this day I pull out to have a good laugh. Later on, I tried a couple of times to put a book together with no such luck. Couldn’t ever get past the first few chapters. But once I was exposed to the paranormal world, ideas came quickly. At first, it was a way to keep my brain alive since being a stay at home mom can be a little let’s say―numbing. It was an escape from screaming kids, dirty diapers and plain old mom duty. It started as a hobby, but as the stories progressed it became a passion. Now, I indulge at nap time, especially the juicy bits! Every mom needs a good thrill! So here in Kitchener, Ontario, I am a thirty one year old wife, mom, house cleaner, cook, teacher, play-doh extraordinaire, swing pusher, toddler chaser after – who loves the outdoors, curling up with the latest flick, and if I’m not plugging away at a new novel, I’ve got my nose buried deep in a good book. So there it is―my life!