Of Note

Dark Valentine Magazine is doing a special promo — so I thought I’d share a note from one of the editors:

We’re promoting Scott J Laurange’s serial story “A Knight’s Tale” all this month. The story, part of Scott’s CANTERBURY GOTH project, will run in 11 parts, posted Monday, Wednesday and Friday all through the month. The last chapter will run on September 29.

At the end of the month, we’ll be giving away a copy of MOCKINGJAY, just published last Tuesday and already in its second printing. If you enjoyed HUNGER GAMES and its sequel CATCHING FIRE, you’ll want to know how the story ends. And really, isn’t the triangle of Kat, Gale and Peeta more interesting than Edward, Jacob and Bella?

To enter the drawing, you need to come to the site at any time during the month and comment on the chapter that’s up. (Feel free to come back for each chapter, which we’ll be archiving.) You’ll get our thanks and good karma just for showing up. But what gets entries into the drawing is spreading the word. Talk us up on your social networks, tweet a link, you know the drill. You’ll also get an extra five (5) entries if you bring us new members of our Facebook group.

The drawing will be done on September 30. The winner will receive a copy of MOCKINGJAY, the conclusion of Suzanne Collins’ HUNGER GAMES trilogy.

Thanks for taking a look at the story.


Via My Little Corner: Thrillers, Killers and Chillers has posted an announcement that they’re looking for Halloween and Christmas themed stories to take us through the dark days that are coming. You can find all the details athttp://thrillskillsnchills.blogspot.com/2010/09/darkness-falls.html

And look here, Ron Earl Phillips gets in on some of Cormac Brown’s FFF fun. Check out his entry, “Out the Door”.

Of course, I have to pair it with a song so…

Mr. Phillips is also hosting a great little contest, so get in and enter for a chance to win a Needle Mag. If you haven’t poked around and been pricked by Needle yet, what’s wrong with you? This contest would be a good chance for you to get creative juices going and win a quality mag.


2 comments on “Of Note

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