Thursday, December 10, 2009

Once Bitten Contest Giveaway

Today is super cool, Christmas comes early, contest day! Clare Willis, our featured author, has generously donated 3 signed copies of her debut novel, Once Bitten. To enter just visit Clare's website, poke around, learn cool stuff, and come back to Bite Club and tell me one thing you discovered! The winner will be announced on Wednesday, December 16th.

Rules:
*Contest will run December 11th thru 15th
*One entry per person
*Comment must include one thing from Clare's website
*Blog, Tweet, post on a social network (Facebook, Myspace) and I'll give you an extra entry. Just leave a comment to let me know.
*Leave a way to notify you if you should win

28 comments:

RKCharron said...

Hi :)
I learned that it took ten years and many rejections before Clare Willis' first book was picked up by Kensington Press and she was signed to a two-book contract.
:)
I posted about your giveaway on my blog for my 5am EST Dec 11th post.
I Tweeted about your giveaway too
(@RKCharron)
Thank you for the opportunity to win Clare's debut novel.
Happy Holidays,
RKCharron

Scott Romanski said...

I learned that Claire holds a dual citizenship..the United States and Great Britain.

lastrideusa AT yahoo DOT com

Ida Brugler said...

Good Morning,
I learned that Clare Lives in the San Francisco area with her husband, two sons, and two dogs.

Posted to my Facebook Page
owmom72@hotmail.com

Cyd said...

Clare earned two masters degrees in education.

cydneyjules @ gmail . com

tina werner said...

i learned that Clare likes to collect odd things... Victorian taxidermy, and memento mori made out of human hair? What the heck?

please enter me! i'd love to win a copy of her book!

stampitchick at yahoo dot ca

tina

cait045 said...

I think its cool that her daddy is British. I would love to have a cool accent in the family.

usignolc(at)yahooDOTcom

Patti said...

Great contest! I learned that Clair has loved the paranormal world, especially vamps, since reading Interview With A Vampire. (me too!!)

posted on my contest sidebar here

iamthehmic said...

I found out that Clare writes with 2 dogs at her feet. A cockapoo (Mocha) and a terrier mix shelter pup(Riley).
I post on my tweet and blog as well.
jayntim91@gmail.com tweet @iamthehmic

angel28140 said...

I learned Clare writes about San Francisco, just like I do. Wow. Small world. I like how she uses real life locations in her writing.

angel28140 (AT) yahoo (DOT) com

Cherry said...

It took Clare 10 years before becoming a "true" published author. It was also mentioned that she travelled around the world before she was 5 but never really said why that was.

I want to read Once Bitten (says the paranormal geek!)

Cherry
mischivusfairy-inbox12 [at] yahoo [dot] com

Abigail [All Things Urban Fantasy] said...

I learned about the upcoming anthology Nocturnal.

I posted this on the Contests & Giveaways section on my sidebar

http://allthingsurbanfantasy.blogspot.com/


allthingsurbanfantasy[at]gmail[dot]com

Cherry said...

Re-posted your contest at: http://contests-freebies.blogspot.com/2009/12/win-once-bitten-at-bite-club.html

Cherry
mischivusfairy-inbox12 [at] yahoo [dot] com

throuthehaze said...

I learned that Clare has 2 dogs, a cockapoo named Mocha and a terrier mix shelter puppy called Riley.

Raelena
throuthehaze at gmail dot com

van_pham said...

I learned that clare loved the paranormal world esp. vampire ever since she read 'Interview with a Vampire' in 1976.


Van. P.
Littlebookaholic(at)yahoo(dot)com

Dot S. said...

Claire had me websurfing over to the NY Times so I could read about that romantic couple from Maine.
that was a true treat and no trick.
salvagin@verizon.net

Martha Lawson said...

(her father is British and she holds dual citizenship) and travelled around the world before she was five. I think that is extremely interesting!! I would love to win this one, it is a great contest

mlawson17 at hotmail dot com

donnas said...

She has a cool Once Bitten tour of San Francisco listed. Organized by neighborhood so that its easy to follow.

Linked on sidebar here: http://donnasbloghome.blogspot.com/

Happy Holidays!!

bacchus76 at myself dot com

Andrea Becraft said...

I learned that Clare had several of her short stories published, but it took ten years and many rejections before her first book (literally her first) was picked up by Kensington Press and she was signed to a two-book contract.

contact me at

www.facebook.com/andreabecraft

Happy Holidays.

Witchy Woman said...

I learned that Clare's 1st literary success came, when "her" play, The Stepsisters was performed by her fourth grade class during Parents' Night.

Virginia said...

I learned that she spent much of her childhood in Berkeley, California, but she also lived in Italy and England (her father is British and she holds dual citizenship) and travelled around the world before she was five. I really think its something that she traveled the world before she was five.

lead@hotsheet.com

Stacy McKitrick said...

Clare's right - It's not called Frisco. I had an Aunt that lived there and she HATED that term.

San Francisco is one of my favorite cities, too. Clare's book looks interesting. Hope I win!

You can reach me at semckitrick(at)aol(dot)com.

jennifer said...

I learned that it took clare 10 yr to get published

meandi09@yahoo.com

The Book Vixen said...

I learned that she's lived in Italy and England.

tweeted

thebookvixen at gmail dot com

Linda Henderson said...

I learned that Clare will be chatting with 3 other authors on Romance In The Backseat on January 13th.

seriousreader at live dot com

Vision said...

I learned Clare has a cockapoo name Mocha.

vision.nguyen AT gmail DOT com

Sara M said...

I learned that Clare has two dogs: a cockapoo named Mocha and a terrier mix shelter puppy called Riley. (My new little kitten is named Riley too...)

Sara M
sara_UFblog [at] yahoo [dot] com

Rain Maiden said...

Clare has a seafood phobia, which is like me after I got sick off of some bad seafood, it put me in the hospital. I loved learning she is from the bay area...don't call it Frisco!

I don't Tweet and I don't have my own blog, but I loved to blog.
jnmt3@hotmail.com

robinky42 said...

Book sounds great. Went to the website and found some wonderful pics of San Francisco.