Changeless and Octo bling - a name has been pulled from the receptacle!
First of all, I'd like to thank all of you who left comments, tweeted, FB'ed and mentioned this contest on your blog. You are all awsome!
Second, the winner is Jena526! Congratulations. Please contact me at The Qwillery @ gmail.com (no spaces) so that I can send your goodies off to you.
Please contact me within 2 weeks of today or I'll have to pick a new winner.
Gail Carriger's Changeless and a Contest
I'm a huge fan of Gail Carriger's debut novel Soulless, the first novel of The Parasol Protectorate series. I wrote a very mini review of Soulless in November:
Soulless is the 1st book in the Parasol Protectorate series. Soulless is a steampunky comedy of manners with werewolves and vampires and more set in Victorian London. Oh my. The leading lady, Alexia Tarabotti, does not give in to the confines of Victorian England, which leads to some humouros and dangerous situations. Miss Tarabotti a preternatural - no soul. Her preternatural ability negates those of the supernatural. Let's just say that there is something mysterious afoot. Steep a cup of your favorite tea, get comfy, and enjoy a great read. On March 30th, the second novel in the series was released. It's titled Changeless. I've just started reading Changeless and will post my thoughts about it here when I've finished.
I haven't included the blurb from the back of Changeless because it does give away some of Soulless.To celebrate the release of Changeless, I'm going to give away a copy of the book along with this stunning necklace by Synde Korman of Cemetery Cat Designs.
A large sterling silver over brass octopus is framed by beautiful sea blue crackle agates and sterling silver beads from Bali. Sterling silver chain and an antique hook clasp are the finishing touches. 18". Octopus is about 2.5"x 2.00
(Description and photo courtesy of Cemetery Cat Designs)If you've read the first book, Soulless, you'll know why I chose an octopus. If you haven't read the first book, you should. Really. Here's what you do: leave a comment telling us what you are reading and what you think of it. We’ll put all the names in the DubbleBubble receptacle and pull out a name. If you tweet the contest, we’ll put your name in for the tweet as well. You can tweet as much as you like, but it only counts once. If you also mention the contest on Facebook, we’ll add your name again. You can mention it on Facebook a zillion times, but you only get one extra entry. You can also mention the contest on your blog to get another entry. So you can get your name placed in the receptacle a maximum of 4 times (comment, tweet, FB mention, blog mention). Provide us a link in the comments so we know that you tweeted or Facebooked or blogged.The contest is open to all humans on the planet earth with a mailing address. Contest ends at 11:59pm Eastern Time on Monday, April 12, 2010.