As promised, I’m giving away the complete Demonica Series by Larissa Ione, including Pleasure Unbound, Desire Unchained, and Passion Unleashed.
Desire Unchained was my reward book for finishing Revision Xibalba, and boy, do I feel rewarded! The book was so good that I made the monsters sit in the van and wait at the Dixie Stampede (while we were on Spring Break vacation) until I finished the last 10 pages!!
- Anyone on the planet may enter, even if you’ve won something from me before.
- If your snail mail address doesn’t qualify for Amazon Prime shipping of the paperback versions, then I’ll supply a gift certificate of $20 to any online book retailer of your choice.
- To enter, simply comment on this blog entry, or drop me a note with subject LARISSA IONE GIVEAWAY to joely AT joelysueburkhart DOT com.
- Entries will be accepted through midnight CST Monday, April 6th.
- Winner will be announced Tuesday, April 7th.
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I’ve already blogged about how much I loved Larissa Ione’s Pleasure Unbound — and how I can’t wait to earn my reward by finishing Revision Xibalba so I can read Desire Unchained! I even picked Pleasure Unbound to win it all in DABWAHA and was thrilled to see my first author blurb in Desire Unchained! How cool is that? Here’s your chance to win some freebies from Larissa by spreading the word.
I plan to give away the entire Demonica series when Shade’s book is out, so stay tuned!
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When I planned to work on Tara’s scene last night, I’d forgotten that I had a two-hour eligibility afternoon meeting at the Evil Day Job. Talk about totally wiped. I had a tension headache, too, and just couldn’t face this difficult scene.
That Man had to be up at 5:15 for his EDJ today, so we both went to bed early and I planned to tackle the scene this morning. As I was brushing my teeth, the final plot piece finally slipped into place. I also had a vision for another diagram I need to prepare for work today before our 1 pm meeting to clean up all the stuff that came up yesterday. Some days, my brain is firing on all cylinders!
So I shout VICTORY this morning. The first draft of Tara’s scene is complete at 914 words. Not a lot by any means, but a significant victory just the same. I noted my complete lack of output since 2/14 in my spreadsheet which is totally unacceptable. Ugh. I could have been through Revision Xibalba this month if I hadn’t slacked off. Le sigh.
Ah, well, nothing I can do about it now but press my nose to the grindstone and concentrate on finishing as soon as possible.
Aside: My copy of Larissa Ione’s Desire Unchained arrived yesterday! I had it pre-ordered on Amazon forever, it seemed, and I was going to hunt down the UPS man if he didn’t deliver it yesterday. He was late (after dinner) but he did drop it off, along with my Caribou Coffee order. However, I don’t get to read it until I finish Revision Xibalba. *dies* That’s my reward. [I don’t get to start it, because once I do, I know I’ll read it straight through in one sitting like Pleasure Unbound!]
And so cool — my first “blurb” appears in the front!