Save the Contemporary: Book Winners!

save the contemporary logoWe love the contemporary like Damn and Whoa (tm SmartBitch Sarah) so we’ve created a special little online place for them at http://savethecontemporary.com and we’ve run a kind of monthly campaign highlighting a different book. 

This month’s book was Lisa Kleypas’ Smooth Talking Stranger which Jane described as a Snoopy book (Happiness is a warm puppy) and I described as the book as having suds that stay with you.  Which, in real person terms means we both loved the book and wanted an effective way of telling others we loved it to.

From now until April 6, 2009, Borders is offering30% off all pre-orders, so if you’re thinking of buying it, you’ve got 30% more (or less) incentive to do so.

If you are a reader, author, or ameoba, you can use the SavetheContemporary.com site to recommend your favorite contemporary reads too. Take a look. In the meantime, the following folks won a copy of Smooth Talking Stranger . Please send your snailmail to jane at dearauthor.com.

  • Lorigreen
  • janajhanson
  • Bonnie_Ferguson
  • Stephanie Makowski
  • Kim Cagle
  • cammY
  • Elizabeth Lester
  • Alissa Davis
  • Kwana
  • Kym
  • junedaisy
  • Lou_bookpusher
  • Keira S
  • Mollie M
  • Christina Tu
  • Cheryl C
  • Sarah Louise G
  • Pam P
  • rebjy
  • Rebecca S

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  1. 1
    Kia G says:

    Suggetions for your pictures:

    1. How can your nose possibly be more perfect than mine?

    2. I got nothing:-(

  2. 2

    OMG!!!!  Ahhhhhhh!!!  Thank you, Sarah and Candy. I won. Aw! *sniff*

  3. 3

    Er, Sarah. Isn’t that… Whoa and Damn (tm SmartBitch Sarah) ?  :)

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    Pam P says:

    Thanks, and congrats to everyone!

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    Kwana says:

    Holy smokes I was just on Ramblings taking about how I guess I didn’t win. Thanks so much Sarah and Jane! I’m such a Kleypas fan.

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    Santa says:

    Congrats, you lucky, lucky ducks!  Kleypas rocks in both historicals and comtemporaries.  I can’t wait for this one!

    Love the opportunity to go on and on about contemporaries.  How often can we post about contemporary books within a month?  I seem to be on a roll of late and have been stocking up on them.

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