WINTER WARMUP CONTEST
PRIZE: A free signed copy of one of my books, your choice of genre and format.
Contest will run from January 11 through February 20. Winners will be announced on my website and blog the week of February 21, 2011.
HOW TO ENTER:
For all entries, please send an email to contest.nancyjcohen.com
In the Subject line, put Contest
In the Message, put your first and last name and email address, and your choice of #1 or #2 below.Answer one question, you're entered once. Do both and you're entered twice.
- Post a review of Silver Serenade on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Goodreads, or Facebook and notify me that you have done so along with the link.
- Answer this question: What are the names of Jace and Silver’s two friends in this excerpt from Silver Serenade:
As the tram tilted into the air and zoomed toward the rooftops, something fell to the floor.
“Look,” Silver said, “that guy forgot his package.”
Jace gave her a startled glance, and she knew at once what he was thinking even before she felt the impact of his fear.
“Stop this thing.” She leapt to her feet. The sky tilted outside the windows as they careened to a new heading.
She credited Frok for quick thinking. Jumping up, he yanked an overhead pulley. The sudden stop made them crash into each other. Jace’s hand helped steady her.
“Quick, open the doors,” Jace urged.
With Frok’s assistance, he forced them wide enough to squeeze through while the tram hovered above a tall building.
“What’s wrong?” Kira looked to Silver for guidance.
“Bomb.” She couldn’t get another word past her dry throat.
Jace stood aside to let the others pass. “We have to jump. Aim for that roof. You should be able to make it. Hurry.”
Silver snapped open her utility belt. “I have a tensile line. Let me—” Her words died on her tongue as Jace snatched her and tossed her out the open door.
“Drop and roll,” he yelled as air vacuumed from her lungs and wind blinded her eyes.
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