For our final stop on this book blog tour we travel back to the States for my second guest blog post on David Lee Summer’s Web journal.
I met David on the original Scribblers’ Den steampunk writers’ forum. He’s an author, editor (science fiction and fantasy magazine, Tales of the Talisman) and sky-watcher, living somewhere between the western and final frontiers in Southern New Mexico. I’m quite jealous of his job at the observatory.
Follow the link to read my guest post on David Lee Summer’s Web journal.
Once you’ve read today’s guest blog at David’s Web Journal (the answer’s there), don’t forget to come back and answer the quiz question in the comments below (the competition is running on my webpage and FB event page only). One winner will be randomly selected from entries with the correct answers and announced in tomorrow morning’s intro post.
Today’s question: Which song played a part in the creation of the character of Doctor Jack?
Today’s prize: an eBook copy of Tomorrow, When I Die.
Competition terms and conditions:
You can enter once. No purchase is required. To enter, answer the day’s question in the comments below on the corresponding post at www.karenjcarlisle.com
Begin your entry comment with ANSWER: (to make it clear you wish to enter). One winner is chosen randomly from those with the correct answer posted in comments below before 8.00 am on Monday 2nd October, 2017. . (Australian Central Standard Time. ie. Adelaide time) and will be announced on the morning blog post at www.karenjcarlisle.com at or about 11 am on Monday 2nd October, 2017. (Australian Central Standard Time. ie. Adelaide time).
Prize is one eBook of Tomorrow, When I Die and cannot be redeemed for cash. Prize is redeemed via Smashwords. The winner will be advised to email me to receive Voucher code and instructions on how to redeem your prize and must redeem prize by 15th October, 2017. Entry into the competition will be deemed as acceptance of these terms and conditions. The information you provide will be used for this competition and will not be shared with any other party.