Sunday 6 November 2011

I nod. Undress. Jump in the bath.

Because it's Sunday, and there are no links for you to click on today, I'm not posting, but the blog tour contest is still running! I'll continue with my all-telling posts tomorrow, Monday, 7th.

If you missed MONDAY'S POST, here're the basics:
  • You read the line in the title and guess which page it appears in String Bridge. (people who have read the book can not compete, sorry!)
  • You write your guess in the comments.
  • On Friday November 11th, the Amazon Chart Rush day, I'll announce the winner. The winner will be the person who first guesses a number CLOSEST to the page a line falls on, (page 1- 288). If you guess and comment on all TEN lines (from Nov 1st - 10th) you'll have ten chances at winning the prize.
Don't forget the Amazon Chart Rush on November 11!

Not going to be around on the 11th? Purchase String Bridge now via Lucky Press, LLC.


  1. For a second I thought that was another picture of you. :-)

    Page 200!

  2. How come I can't get the same suds quantity/quality in my tub? What is she using, car wash soap?
    page 250

  3. Hope you're having a relaxing weekend, Jess! Thinking of you!!

  4. Thanks, Jess, for stopping by and leaving such good cheer. I'm still walking on a cloud! But, hey, you're scheduled for the 10th...don't want to mess this up, so please let me know the protocol. Thanks!

  5. Hope you enjoyed your weekend. Are you all better yet? I can't imagine what it's like to get sick when you're working and touring.


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