Monday, September 26, 2011

Monday, Monday: Announcing a Giveaway

Oops, Murphy wasn't quite finished

One last word about Murphy's Law...Katie Kitten's digestive system started acting up again Friday night, so I'll probably be spending some time at the vet with her this this week. And of course, this is the week I plugged in a whole bunch of activities I can't or don't want to cancel. By the time Friday rolls around and I head for the Northern Colorado Writers Retreat at Sylvan Dale Guest Ranch near Loveland, Colorado, I'll be more than ready to focus on nothing but writing (and catching up on my sleep too). I've commissioned my Muse (the Nag) to send Murphy on his way. She's very persuasive.


Friday Field Trip from Jenny at Choice City Native blog

Jenny takes you on a drive along Trail Ridge Road in Rocky Mountain National Park. Her photos are beautiful.


Dead Wrong is dead done...for now

Of course, if a nice agent or editor wants me to make changes, I'll say yes and go to work. But for now, I'm ready to send it out while I turn my attention to new projects (such as the novel I'll churn out in November during NaNoWriMo). I already know which standalone suspense novel idea I'm going to develop.


I'm giving away one copy of The Ledge by Jim Davidson and Kevin Vaughan

Follow the link to read all about this tense real life story of mountain climber Jim Davidson who almost died in a crevasse after climbing Mt. Ranier with his friend, Mike Price, who did not survive the fall.

To enter your name in the giveaway, just leave a comment below and make sure your e-mail address is available in the comment or through your profile when I click on your name. I'll cut off the entries at noon tomorrow (Tuesday) Mountain Time and announce the winner in my Wednesday Scramble.

13 comments:

Margot Kinberg said...

Pat - Sorry to hear about Katie Kitten! I hope she gets well soon. And the writers' retreat sounds wonderful. I'm sure you'll get a lot out of it, and I look forward to your thoughts on it.

Jenny said...

Pat, I hope Katie feels better soon. Nice work getting your ms ready! You've earned a retreat, that's for sure.

Thanks for linking to my post!

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

Glad your manuscript is done! Sorry about Katie. Tell her to claw Murphy's eyes out.

April Moore said...

Great job on finishing up Dead Wrong! and I'm anxious to see what you crank out in November. I already have a copy of The Ledge--a fabulous book.
I hope Katie feels better!

Dean K Miller said...

Best wishes for Katie Kitten...and you too! Nice job with Dead Wrong. I'm sure you'll find an agent/editor who finds it Dead Right!

Have good week, enjoy the retreat!

welcome to my world of poetry said...

Best wishes for Kitty, hope all goes well.

Yvonne.

irishoma said...

Hi Pat,
I've won on your blog before, so please don't enter me in this contest.

I just wanted to stop by and say I hope Katie is better soon, and enjoy your rest.
Donna V.

Snow Monkey said...

Like how you market your blog. You go tme to read it. Good luck with your manuscript.

Edna Pontillo said...

Hope your kitty is better soon. So glad you are so close on drop dead. You are my model for balance and productivity. Thanks

Jemi Fraser said...

Hope the kitty is better soon! And I hope you have a great week with all those activities planned! :)

Mason Canyon said...

Hope Katie Kitten is feeling better soon. Have fun at the retreat sounds like a great place to relax and get lots of work done.

Mason
Thoughts in Progress
Freelance Editing By Mason

Chuck said...

Hi Pat. Sorry to hear about your kitty. Sure Katie will feel better soon. Best of luck with Dead Wrong too! See ya around!

Jim Davidson said...

Thanks for giving away a copy of our book, Pat. Keep up the great work with your blog. - Jim Davidson