Sunday, December 05, 2010

Romance Author Susan Mallery Announces Contest for Bloggers

Bestselling author Susan Mallery holding a contest for bloggers who agree to embed her interactive "Fool's Gold Holiday Wishes" magazine on their website.

Finding Perfect, a Fool's Gold romance by Susan Mallery New York Times bestselling author Susan Mallery has announced a contest exclusively for bloggers. Bloggers who agree to embed her interactive "Fool's Gold Holiday Wishes" magazine on their website will be entered into the drawing for free romance novels plus a Fool's Gold tote bag with stainless steel thermos and picnic blanket. The winner will be chosen at random on December 30 and will be announced on Mallery's website,

Fool's Gold, California is the setting of Mallery's latest funny, sexy series of charming small-town romance novels. Known as the Land of Happy Endings, Fool's Gold rests in the scenic foothills of the Sierra Nevada Mountains. The series started in 2010 with Chasing Perfect, Almost Perfect, and Finding Perfect and will continue at least into 2011 and 2012.

The Holiday Wishes magazine gives readers a peek into the holiday traditions of this quirky little town. Readers will discover how Dakota, Montana, and Nevada Hendrix came by their unusual names. They'll discover the secret behind the success of the cheerleaders' annual Pom-Pom-a-Thon fundraiser, in which the team goes yard to yard to spread Christmas cheers instead of singing Christmas carols.

Bloggers who are interested in entering the contest should first embed the magazine to their website, and then contact Mallery's assistant at jenel (at) susanmallery [dot] com. Bloggers may also contact Mallery's assistant for help if they don't understand how to embed the magazine. Get the embed code here:


Vella Munn said...

Having been born and raised in California's gold country, I HAVE to read the Fools Gold series. Oh the tales I can tell about small town life in the Sierra Mountains. My mother and grandmother both taught in one room schoolhouses and I wouldn't trade my upbringing for anything.
I have no doubt that lack of TV reception and a nearby library had a large influence on my becoming a writer myself.

Marilyn Shoemaker said...

Tweetybrd, I've email you twice. You have until Feb 1st to respond to claim your prize or sorry, I'll have to choose another winner. Thanks.


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