You can be the winner of the first copy of Beat signed by me- with my new author signature. Yes, I changed my author signature so it would be more cool. Cooler. More coolest.
Here’s a picture of my daughter showing you exactly where your name will go:
Anyway. It’s easy. Just share this contest post somewhere on social media- Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest- I don’t really care. Then add a comment to this post.
Not just any comment, though. First, tell me where you shared this post. Then answer this question in as many or as few words as you like:
What is something you have done that took courage- real courage? Something that scared or intimidated you. Something hard- that you had to push hard to beat or overcome? Maybe you were like Nik in Beat and had to overthrow a smiling, lying tyrant. Or maybe you were scared of heights but you bungee jumped into a bowl of pudding anyway.
Write your answer in your comments. You get one entry for sharing this post and commenting.
I’ll give you more entries if you share this post again and then comment again in the same way! Limitless entries! Game the system! Woohooo!
Seriously, game the system and share everywhere. When the contest ends, I’ll put all the entries into a randomizer and we shall see what the randomizing gods determine.
Anyway, the contest will go until Saturday September 26. Why? Because that’s the day I’ll be signing at Salt Lake Comic Con and I’ll announce the winner from the con! Yes, I’ll send it to you. Yes, I’ll send it anywhere in the world. Yes, I’ll pay for postage.
Better get to sharing. And remember: First share this post, then comment on it telling me where you shared it and telling your story. That’s how you get entered into the contest!
It took courage for me to get pregnant with our daughter. I had awful postpartum depression with both our boys. Just the thought of entering that particular pit of despair filled me with dread. The kind of dread that almost over powers you. But after lots of prayer and the love and understanding of a great husband we took the plunge. I’m thankful we did. The reward was my beautiful daughter, Paige. I can’t imagine what life would be like without her darling, kind, smart little self in it.
Okay, I can’t figure out how to share this blog post, but I am going to share your post from the Future House Book Signings SLC Comic Con page on Facebook! One thing that has taken real courage for me is every time I have flown in an airplane. I am absolutely, totally & completely petrified every single time, and convinced that we will crash and die! Especially when I fly with my kids, it is extremely hard, because I have to pretend even more that I am a calm, rational adult, so that I don’t scare the crap out of them!