An Apocalyptic Giveaway

I’m sure you’re all sick of hearing about December 21st, 2012!  But since I used that idea in the Bloodgate books, it’s like a law or something that I celebrate the big day with a giveaway.

Assuming we’re all still here.  Bwahahaha!

In all seriousness, we turn our calendar “over” every year by buying a new one.  The Maya wheeled calendars are merely going back to the beginning — but probably not tomorrow since we really don’t have any idea (for sure) of which date to use to synchronize our calendar to theirs especially with leap years.  Honestly, they probably would have been more worried about the venus transit in June.

So to celebrate the big day, I’m offering:

  • An ecopy of The Bloodgate Guardian
  • An ecopy of The Bloodgate Warrior
  • Winner’s choice (print or electronic) of all four of Larissa Ione’s Lords of Deliverance Books.  Because nothing says apocalypse like The Four Horsemen!
  • A Maya-themed bookmark I cross-stitched.  (No picture available yet since I have to finish the backing, but it’ll be sent to the winner.)

To enter, simply comment on this post as many times as you want through midnight December 24th CST.  This contest is open to anyone on the planet.  Assuming it doesn’t blow up!

21 thoughts on “An Apocalyptic Giveaway

  1. Ok, dont really care if I win or not, but I have made it my New Year’s Resolution to read your books. Cant believe it has been almost 25 years since I have seen you. Hope you are doing well. Would love to talk to you again. Wishing you a wonderful Holiday Season.


  2. VERY fun, Joely! Well, assuming we’ll all still around tomorrow, we’ll be heading for the dentist first thing tomorrow 🙂 DD might be wishing that the world had ended 😉 Hope you’re having a good week otherwise!

  3. OK, so far still here–and well, I guess that means I’d better finish addressing these Christmas cards 😉 And baking… 😀

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