So, ladies and gents, I need feedback. I imagine that some people out there must want an advanced reading copy of The Bleeding Dusk, but I have only received one picture! I am looking for some feedback, are people looking and just not finding anything? Should I extend the date passed the tenth? I live in a town where the chances of Rises the Night appearing anywhere but a bookstore is very slim, so I need other people to let me in one what is going on. This is a very flexible competition because Colleen does not even have the advanced reading copies in her possession yet.

Remember, if you live in North America, the idea is to find the book somewhere other than a bookstore: the airport, grocery store, Wal-Mart, etc. If you live elsewhere, you can take a picture of the book wherever you see it, so that includes the bookstore. You do not have to buy it, just throw the camera in your purse when you go grocery shopping or make sure the camera phone is charged.

In other news, I am just finishing up Rises the Night, so expect a review of it soon!


ugh. Scavenger Hunts are too much work. LOL! Told ya I'm lazy.

Besides, I haven't GOTTEN anywhere lately to even look for it. ugh.

It's hard to participate, when I can't find the book anywhere BUT a bookstore..

I've only been able to find it in a bookstore as well. I have looked at most of the places in town, although I plan to go hunting it again this weekend in hopes of finding it somewhere.

Zeek: Free book... you can't win if you don't try! :p

Angela: Yeah, I know what you mean. It is only in a bookstore here too.

Cory: I hope you have better luck!

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