Sunday, May 30, 2010

Zondervan Noble Character Contest

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Zondervan NOBLE CHARACTER Contest

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About the Contest:
In bestselling author Robin Lee Hatcher’s latest novel, A MATTER OF CHARACTER, the year is 1918, and writing gritty dime novels simply isn’t done by a woman. So heiress Daphne McKinley publishes her rough-and-tumble books under a male pseudonym.
But when her novels vilify newspaperman Joshua Crawford’s grandfather, Joshua comes to town to set the record straight. And Daphne soon realizes her words, and her choices are a matter of character.
To celebrate the book launch for A MATTER OF CHARACTER Zondervan and author Robin Lee Hatcher are pleased to announce the NOBLE CHARACTER contest.
Nominate a friend for the NOBLE CHARACTER award, and you could win a major prize for yourself… and a prize for your noble friend, too!

The Prizes:
GRAND PRIZE Three (3) Grand Prize Winners will each receive a brand new Amazon Kindle, and a digital edition of A MATTER OF CHARACTER by Robin Lee Hatcher.
NOBLE CHARACTER AWARD The nominated friend or family member of our Grand Prize Winners will each receive the complete Sisters of Bethlehem Springs series, personally signed by Robin Lee Hatcher, and a Noble Character award certificate.

How To Enter:
To enter, simply fill out the entry form, and include the name of someone who has made a difference in your life: A person of truly noble character.
Then tell all your friends about the contest! Each person you tell scores you another entry. The more people you tell, the higher your chances to win, so be sure to spread the word!
Winners will be selected Monday, June 14th, and announced on Wednesday, June 16th on the web site and in her newsletter.
Prize Eligibility:
Only persons residing in United States and Canada who are at least 18 years of age can enter.
Contest Starts:
May 24, 2010 @ 02:45 am (PDT)
Contest Ends:
June 12, 2010 @ 09:59 pm (PDT)
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JoAnn said...

I would have to say that there is 3 women that have made a difference in my life. My Grandmother Meads, and Mom who fought cancer, even though they lost their life, they both fought hard. The third, is my Grandmother Sawyer, because I don't think that I ever heard her say anything negative against anyone, and she was truely lost when she lost the love of her life. In fact, she didn't live long after Grandaddy was gone.

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