Follow the leader

The contest I have been teasing you about is at last here. Today the Follow the Ring contest begins on Facebook.

To celebrate the blending of historical and contemporary in my latest book Lady in Waiting, WaterBrook Multnomah, my wonderful publisher, is hosting a first-time ever exclusive Facebook contest! In Lady in Waiting, Jane Lindsay discovers an antique ring that takes her on a journey to learn more about the history of the ring and who it might have belonged to.
The grand prize is a very cool blend of old and new, just like the story. I am actually a little envious!! You could win . . .

The eReader of your choice (iPad, Kindle, Nook, etc.) – i want the iPad. . .

An antique prayer book (I showed you this cool volume!)

An antique rosary (I showed you this, too!)

A copy of Lady in Waiting, White Picket Fences and The Shape of Mercy

Copies of each author’s book(s)

And much more! (Lady Grey tea, a cool little sewing kit, and sweet stuff!)

Five other winners will receive copies of my books as well as all the participating author’s books. Nice consolation prizes, yes?

Four other fantastic, beloved authors (Cindy Woodsmall, Mary DeMuth, Rachel Hauck and Jane Kirkpatrick) will host the Facebook contest one day this week. All you have to do to win is find the correct post on each of these authors’ Facebook pages and comment on each day’s post sometime this week and you’ll be entered to win! Easy, right? Here’s where the ring will be this week:

Monday – Susan Meissner’s Facebook Friend Page

Tuesday – Cindy Woodsmall’s Facebook Fan Page

Wednesday – Mary DeMuth’s Facebook Fan Page

Thursday – Rachel Hauck’s Facebook Fan Page

Friday – Jane Kirkpatrick’s Facebook Fan Page

If you miss a few days? Not to worry! Even if you come in a little late, you can still go to these pages to find the post and comment before the end of the week. My publisher will draw a name at the end of the week – someone who has commented on each day’s post.

Let the hunt commence!

Author: Susan

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  1. Lisa McKay on November 9, 2010 at 10:15 am

    I can't play from Laos, can I? Sigh. Those of us in Laos never get to play…

    OK, in all seriousness I feel that I should now say that life in Laos is treating me very well at present and I'm quite happy, even if I can't participate in cool treasure hunts. Great idea. Hope it goes well. Cheers, lisa

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