Posted by Nancy J. Cohen on April 24, 2014
Here are the recent winners from my April contests.
You still have one more chance to win!!! Enter at FreshFiction.com by April 30 to win a Hanging By A Hair T-shirt & door hanger, plus a signed copy of Shear Murder http://freshfiction.com/contest.php?id=6389
Watch for more contests in May.
April 15-22 Spring Blog Hop sponsored by Florida Chapter of MWA
The grand prize winner of a Kindle Paperwhite is K. Wong
On my blog, “Characters Too Weird to be True,” http://wp.me/pHSwk-1wF, Deannad414 has won her choice of an ebook copy of Shear Murder or Writing the Cozy Mystery.
April 18 Book Launch Party Nancy J. Cohen and Maggie Toussaint at https://www.facebook.com/NewReleaseParty
These are my winners
S. Allen, E-book copy of Died Blonde
L. Hale, $10 gift card
M. Edwards, E-book copy of Writing the Cozy Mystery
D. Sharp, E-book copy of Shear Murder
D. Frazier, Signed copy of Killer Knots
M. Hayes, A signed copy of Killer Knots
A. Connolley, tropical grocery shopping bag
S. York, Hanging By A Hair T-shirt
D. Esperson, Hanging By A Hair T-shirt
Booklover’s Bench April 4-18, http://bit.ly/13qZ4oF
S. Baker won an ebook copy of Writing the Cozy Mystery and another lucky winner won a $25 gift card.
Watch for our new contest May 4-18
What’s your favorite prize? A book–ebook or signed copy? Swag like a tee shirt? Or a gift card to an online store?
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Posted by Nancy J. Cohen on February 7, 2013
I am excited to announce that I’ve joined with a group of other writers, and we’ve started a new website for readers called Booklover’s Bench. We’ll be holding contests and giveaways so we hope you’ll visit often.
Our first contest runs from Feb. 7-14. Enter now to win a Nook Simple Touch and an ebook from each of our authors!
Please bookmark our site while you are there so you can return and celebrate with us our love for books. We’ll be having more opportunities for you to win exciting prizes.
Participating authors include Terry Ambrose, Nancy J. Cohen, Karla Darcy, Terry Odell, and Maggie Toussaint.
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Posted by Nancy J. Cohen on July 10, 2012
JULY AUTHOR CONTEST: Win a free book!
Find the answer to this question on my website: “Where did Marla Shore discover the body in Shear Murder, and what was the victim’s relation to the bride?”
Prize: Mystery gift box including a signed ARC of Shear Murder
Contest begins on July 3, 2012 and ends on midnight, July 24, 2012. Drawing will be held using Random.Org. Winner will be announced on Nancy’s blog and website the next day.
To enter the drawing, send an email to email@example.com
In the Subject line, put Contest
In the Body of the message, put your first and last name and email address along with the answer to the question.
*One entry per person, please! U.S. Residents only due to postage constraints.
No purchase is necessary. By your entry, you certify that you are at least 18 years of age and agree to the conditions of this contest. You will hold the Author harmless for any misdirected emails and release her from any liability claim that may arise from your entry. By this entry, you give permission for your name to be added to the author’s email newsletter list.
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Posted by Nancy J. Cohen on December 15, 2011
Today is the Grand Opening of the Book & Trailer Showcase.
Pop on over for a chance to win free books and other prizes!
One of the prizes is a copy of my sci-fi romance, Keeper of the Rings. Sign up now for your chance to win.
And while you’re roaming the Net, enter my contests at Goodreads and Fresh Fiction. You may win a signed ARC of Shear Murder!
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