Let’s Celebrate with a Comment Contest

The Temptation (Bell Mountain, 11) by [Duigon, Lee]

I received my author’s copies of The Temptation today, and I thought the occasion ought to be made more festive.

So let’s have another comment contest!

Yeah, I know the Bell Mountain Movie Contest kind of went belly-up, with only seven readers entering–although those seven did play with a lot of enthusiasm. But experience has shown that the comment contests always work.

Currently we have 42,000-plus comments; so let’s shoot for 44,000.

Anyone can play, all you have to do is leave a comment anywhere on the blog, and whoever posts Comment No. 44,000 will win an autographed copy of The Temptation. We’ve had many comment contests over the years, and a lot of you have been winners. Don’t feel guilty about winning again! It’s a new book, after all; and if you already have it, you can keep the one I send you and make a present of your other copy. Or whatever.

The contest is open to all, and all comments are eligible except for the following: comments abusive to anyone else on the site; comments containing profanity or blasphemy (we don’t do that here!), ads thinly disguised as comments, like we’re too dumb to see through that, and comments simply too inane to bother with.

Let’s see how long it takes to rack up a little less than 2,000 more comments. It sounds like a lot, but you’ll be surprised how fast it goes.

11 comments on “Let’s Celebrate with a Comment Contest

  1. Sounds like fun. seems like you have quite a few new readers, so that
    shouldn’t take long.

  2. l was hoping to come up with something very witty, but the mind is blank. You always make me laugh which is wonderful, keep writing Peeps.

    1. What’s your Pogo handle, Anita?
      As for witty, try again as often as you like. We’ve got room for 2,000 comments.

  3. Congratulations on developing such an unusual character as Ysbott the Snake! I don’t want to give too much away, but he a completely unique baddie in his ability to shed the skin of his old life and wriggle away.

  4. My granddaughter, who is turning 13 next month, will be receiving one of
    your books for her birthday. She loved the last one I sent her.

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