It’s been awhile, but our multi-blog campaign to Save the Contemporary is back. If you’re not familiar with it, don’t worry – it has been a very long time since we’ve run one. If a contemporary romance makes both Jane and myself squee like squeeing has never been squeed before, it’s time to pimp the ever lovin’ holy moses out of a book. This time it’s Yours to Keep by Shannon Stacey. We ask for help spreading the word about a contemporary romance that rocked our worlds, and we award prizes during a week of pimping mayhem.
Jane said over at the Save the Contemporary website (conveniently enabled for contest-entry-worthy pimpage) that To say that our tastes don’t exactly align is an understatement so it is a rare and wondrous thing when we both like a book and we both loved Shannon Stacey’s Yours to Keep. It’s funny, heartwarming, sexy and moving. A straight up contemp that focuses just on the characters. And there’s a how to element in it too. How to use Scrabble to defeat and embarrass others. You’ll want to read that section a few times so that you can employ it against your own fake fiance.
In addition, you will think of new and creative ways to use sticky notes, too. Better than flowers, let me tell you.
So here’s how you enter: email, blog or tweet the Save the Contemporary page or enter the #StC campaign on Twitter, and we will enter you to win an eReader of your choice (options include Nook touch, Kobo Touch, or a Kindle 3G with special offers). If you blog about the book, email us the URL at sbjcontestsATgmailDOTcom so we make double-sure we’ve got your entry. That’s it.
You can also visit the Save the Contemporary Facebook page if you are so inclined for more information about the campaign this week, though the Facebook Police would like me to tell you that doing so does not constitute an entry in the contest nor does it guarantee minty-fresh breath.
Contest ends Friday at 12 noon Central Daylight Time. We are not being compensated for this contest. Void where prohibited. Your mileage may vary. Objects in mirror may be closer than they appear. Step up to the bar, put the girl down. Drink brass monkey then pass it around.
But wait, there’s more. We’ll also be giving away copies of the book on Twitter all this week, so follow the #stc hashtag, where Jane (@jane_L) and I (@Smartbitches) will be creating additional mayhem and shenanigans.
Why are we doing this? Because we loved this book. Plain and simple. We both read advanced copies and were filled with Good Book Feeling when we were doing. The Good Book Noise was made. Noise and funk were brought in. Seriously, we loved this book, and we hope you love it, too. Game on!