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Summer Beach Read Contest

Posted by Nancy J. Cohen on August 1, 2013

Summer Beach Read Contest

August 1-23, 2013

Enter to win a signed print copy of Moonlight Rhapsody trade edition, one of my earlier futuristic romances, and a $10 Starbucks gift card. Sip your coffee and settle down with a fast-paced romantic scifi adventure. International winner will receive the equivalent ebook.

 Moonlight Rhapsody by Nancy J. Cohen   Starbucks Card

Two runners-up will win either a gemstone necklace from Effy or a charm bracelet from Diamonds International. U.S. entries only qualify for this prize due to postage restraints.

 Effy Necklace   Charm Bracelet

To Enter, go to http://nancyjcohen.com/fun-stuff/contest/  or enter below.

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To become eligible for Bonus Newsletter Subscriber Prizes, sign up for my newsletter on my Website now. Look in the left sidebar. Notify me that you have joined and I’ll send you a copy of my latest issue with contest links.

As a subscriber, you can win the following ebook titles from members of Booklover’s Bench:

Nancy J. Cohen, Perish by Pedicure
Karla Darcy, The Virtuous Ward
Linda Hubalek, Butter in the Well
Terry Odell, Finding Sarah
Joanna Campbell Slan, Death of a Dowager
Maggie Toussaint, Muddy Waters
Carol White, Hidden Choices

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One Response to “Summer Beach Read Contest”

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