Monday, May 9, 2011

THE HOLLYWOOD FICTION E-BOOK CONTEST


There's a new e-book contest here at Notes from Nadir!

Do you like Hollywood? Ever been there? Want to read about it? Now you can – for absolutely no cost!

FOUR people will win free Kindle e-book editions of my novel, NORTH OF SUNSET or my short story collection, SOUTH OF SUNSET!

Just leave a comment saying which free Hollywood e-book you want. Please include your email address. You can write it out to avoid spam.

Your chances improve if you are a Notes from Nadir and/or Leaving Nadir blog subscriber.

Also, you can request a .PDF file if you don't want the Kindle version.
Winners will be chosen by a random draw of names on Wednesday, May 25, 2011. The four winners will have their names and blog links posted in a special blog entry.

CONTEST ENDS TUESDAY, MAY 24, 2010. Due to international time differences, the cut off time is midnight PST.

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19 comments:

Anne Gallagher said...

You know I am so on this. North of Sunset if you please. But then again, I'll take the South too. If I'm the only one who enters can I have both? hee hee

L. Diane Wolfe said...

North of Sunset! And sorry, no Kindle...

Old Kitty said...

Awwwwww!!!! Good luck to everyone!!! I have no kindle and am so off anything "e" at the moment so erm... awwww but I'd love to read your short stories too!! Darn!! LOL!! Take care
x

Ann Best said...

Would love to read either one (both) on my Kindle. I love Hollywood. I grew up in the Fifties, the Golden Years of Hollywood. I would fall asleep at night daydreaming about going to Hollywood. I LOVED those "old" movies and still do!!
annbest37 at yahoo dot com

Laura Kay said...

I'd love to win North of Sunset! I have a nook. I just got it for Mother's day so not sure how to upload, but would love to try :)

Laura Kay
Anovelreview.blogspot.com
anovelreview@yahoo.com

Jeffrey Beesler said...

Well, should I happen to be among the lucky winners, I should go with the North as I've always lived in the Northern states (except for that 9 month stint in Alabama back in 2000, but that's a whole other matter.)

jeffreybeesler (at) gmail (dot) com.

Anne Kane said...

They both sound great! If I win, I'd take either for Kindle. I hope you have alot of success with them

Joe said...

South of Sunset for me in .pdf. Email is: joedavid@joedavidbellamy.com

New blog is also at www.joedavidbellamy.com/blog.htm

Ashlynn K. Presley said...

Would love South of Sunset. ashlynn.presley@gmail.com

akpresley.blogspot.com

Conda V. Douglas said...

I'd love either and no Kindle, yet, but soon! I've tweeted this contest, too--although it will up the competition!
conda (then an underline) d at yahoo dot com

laura J said...

I would love the short story collection bc I am such a short story fan.
Laura J Hickman
laura_hickman_213 (at) yahoo

Matt Burns said...

North of Sunset, please. I would really appreciate it. I love Hollywood novels and have written one of my own!

matt@mattburnsproductions.com

Stephen Tremp said...

Cool ... I'll go with South of Sunset. And my email address is golionssss@yaho.com

karenwarewrites said...

I'd love to try SOUTH OF SUNSET. I'd like to read the short stories!

tammyparks said...

I would love to read North of Sunset!

tfcparks at spe dot midco dot net

For those with no Kindle, you can download a computer version free at Amazon. They make reading on the computer a breeze.

Clarissa Draper said...

I've been reading a lot of short stories lately. You're books sound wonderful! I have a Kindle.

The Words Crafter said...

I have so many ebooks and paper books that I haven't read!!!!!!

Good luck to everyone!

L'Aussie said...

Hey Lisa, here I am again. Thank you for this offer and for telling me about it. I'd be just so delighted to win either but if it makes it easier, the South. Why is that more appealing? 'Coz I love South of Broad by Pat Conroy.

Denise<3

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Julie Musil said...

Oh, how fun! Um, they both sound great, so I wouldn't be picky :D

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