Colleen Gleason's second book in the Gardella Vampire Chronicles is barely out on the shelves and she's offering Twisted Kingdom readers a special opportunity to win an ADVANCE COPY of THE BLEEDING DUSK, the third installment in the Gardella Vampire Chronicles.

In order to be entered in the drawing, you need to send an email to me at Twisted_Kingdom_Blog AT hotmail DOT com along with a picture of RISES THE NIGHT in a store THAT IS NOT A BOOKSTORE IN THE US, CANADA, or AUSTRALIA.

That's right....a picture of the book in a bookstore in a country other than the US, Canada, or Australia--or a drugstore, grocery store, airport store, or other non-bookstore location anywhere (including the US and Canada).

Send the picture on and you'll be entered to win an advance copy of THE BLEEDING DUSK!



Well....since I live in the US, I guess I'm out of this one!! But Congrats to Colleen anyway!

No, Stephanie, you're not out of it! If you find RISES in a store *other than* a bookstore (eg, Walmart, Kroger, Safeway, an airport store, etc.)--that counts!

So keep an eye out for it elsewhere. You don't even have to buy it there, just take a picture of it.

I'll tell you who is out of it: Me. I don't have a digital camera or picture phone!

But I will stop by the site, if you'll have me. :)

lk: Do you have a regular camera and a scanner?

Well, I thought this would have a bit more activity than it does...

I haven't had any luck finding the book any place other than a bookstore.. :(

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I know that the book exists in the US in places other than the bookstore, hopefully it appears more places than it has!

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