Saturday, October 1, 2011

Celebration and Giveaway Part Two

In honor of Exchange venturing out into a brave new world to try its fortune, I am offering a second giveaway. See here for more details about the first giveaway (a chance at winning your own free copy of Exchange, The Mercenary's Marriage, or a $10 Amazon Gift Card).

I am offering a more whimsical contest for the second half of this celebration.

The Prizes -

I discovered HEXBUG in the local Target's toy section and thought they would be perfect for the premiere of my sci-fi story. I chose the Nano Newton Calculus Collection. 

Miniature robots the size of a pinky finger, they supposedly behave like real bugs and flip themselves over. They are perfect gifts for children of most sizes (since they are small toys, children under three would not be safe). I know my children and husband would find them fascinating and fun. See this link for details. 

I have five of these to hand out, so there will be five winners.

What you have to do - 
Visit the following links and answer the questions, entering your answers in the form at the end of the page.

1 - Who is the hero of The Mercenary's Marriage
     Answer found here.
2 - What is the name of one of the characters in "Regrets" by Rachel Rossano? 
     Answer found here.

3 - What color is Bryn's hair in "Word and Deed" by Rachel Rossano? 
     Answer found here.

If you have any problems with any of the links please contact me at anavrea {at} yahoo dot com.

Rules
1. No purchase necessary.
2. Your email address will not be used for any other purpose.
3. The prizes are available in continental USA only.
4. The contest runs from Oct 1st to Oct 7th, 2011. Winners announced on Oct 10th.
5. The contest is being offered by author Rachel Rossano (anavrea {at} yahoo (dot) com).
6. Each prize will have one winner and will be valued at the price of the toy.
7. The winners will be chosen by random drawing.



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Thank you, brinkka2011. I have many more novels and stories in the works. :)

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