Saturday, April 7, 2012

G is for Get Your Act Together {& a Giveaway!}

*I told you I'd talk about Patrica Lee Gauch again. 

Here's another quote from her....

(I kind of wish she'd come live at my house and give me a pep talk every day.)

Just do it! (that is a really hand slogan)

In honor of it being the day for G I'm also doing a giveaway. 

Some people give away signed books, trips to exotic locations or lifetime supplies of powdered eggplant (yeah...there really is such a thing....who knew it was good for your teeth? Not me.), but no, I'm so much cooler than that.  Because I am giving away, not one, but two....

Fabric Bookmarks!

*the crowd goes wild*

Just be a follower and leave a comment and you, my dear friend, might find yourself the lucky recipient of a Super Awesome Bookmark. 

I know. You're quivering with hope and excitement. It is a pretty awesome giveaway. 

So, tell me....

What's stopping you from writing your book? (back to that brilliant quote above)


If you could win anything, besides loads of money, in a giveaway, what would it be?

*Scheduling posts doesn't work well if one doesn't know what date it will be on Saturday.....oops! This is one of the rare times I've arrived early for anything. 


  1. I can deal with fabric bookmarks, but powdered eggplant? Where's the door? LOL

    Thanks for the giveaway news, sounds exciting! :)

  2. I'm still trying to figure out how to use fabric bookmarks with eBooks. It's tricky. (Helps keep the screen cleaner though!)

    Dream wins? Let's see...
    1) All expense paid trip to a front row seat watching the dazzling aurora borealis.
    2) Publishing contract (maybe that should be #1?)
    3) Free editing of my novel.

    You can handle all those, right? :)

  3. The fabric bookmarks are pretty. Did you make them? You mentioned powdered eggplant? Never heard of that. What do you do with it?


  4. Cute bookmarks! Did you make them? I'm actually using this month to write an a-to-z book based on the type of blog I run.

    Good luck with the rest of the challenge!

    Dianna Fielding

  5. Nice. I would love to win a thousand free hardcover OR trade-size paperback books of my choice. A house with a library big enough to comfortably house three times that many books. And free writing conferences would be nice too.

  6. Am I too late for the giveaway? How did I miss this? I'm loving the A-Z, but I keep missing stuff because I'm reading other stuff!

    These are so pretty! You made these? How awesome are you?

    Any prize, huh? Probably have to go with a publishing contract OR a brownstone on the upper west side in NYC. I'll take either!