Truth or Lies?Lidda knew, with a clarity that was like a candle in a dark room, that all had changed; something was loosed in the village—Devil or not—and they would pay for it, every last man, woman, and child.Fourteen-year-old Lidda has always known she was different. She longs to escape Salem Village and its stifling rules—to be free to dance, to sing, to live as she chooses. But when a plague of accusations descends on the village and witch fever erupts, L idda begins to realize that she feels and sees things that others can't, or won't. But how will she expose the truth without being hung as a witch herself?
*One person will win 1 finished copy of Father Of Lies by Ann Turner.
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*Contest ends March 20th, 2011.
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Good luck :)
My YA Historical Romance is over, unfortunately :(
A huge thank you to everyone that entered the competition!
I had 147 entries(not counting the doubles), and the number that came up on Random.org was...
No42 - Jasmine Call @The Paranormal World and Reviews
Congratulations, Jasmine :)
Winner has already been contacted and has replied.
This post will unfortunately end on a more sour note, as I am announcing the end to the tour-side of this blog.
Yeah, it's sad. Unfortunately, I don't have that tough a skin and I don't like it when people call me names on their emails. Especially when they know they're wrong. I won't refer to any specific incident, but I assure you there were a lot. I guess being an unpopular blogger automatically puts a target on my back saying "Here, prey on the weak". I bet these people would never pull stuff like that if they participated in other bloggers' tours. Anyway, I shouldn't care what they do, because I don't really care for them as individuals. Thing is, they ruined the whole thing for the rest of you, who've been nothing but supportive and kind. Yes, making a tour-blog equals hard work, vast knowledge of the books that are coming out and of course an enormous amount of stress. Honestly, I wouldn't mind that if I had to deal with polite and caring people. But seeing how some people out there can't be kind, polite, or caring even if their lives depended on it, I can't go through all this, just so they can do their thing. I am well aware what a move like that will cost me, but I'm really really sorry, I just can't.
I would like to thank the participants of the tours for the support they've given me and a special thanks must go out to a bunch of awesome bloggers who helped me go through with the tours. You know who you are, I love you :)
Tours that are already ongoing will continue as planned, of course.