Contest #10 The Love At Stake series by Kerrelyn Sparks

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Kerrelyn Sparks is one of my favorite authors. I discovered her this year after I got a book from her at the RWA conference last year. Yeah, my TBR pile is that big. Anyway, I made sure to meet her this year at the conference, and I’m so glad I did. She was super nice and gave me a signed cover flat of her new book coming out. I highly recommend her books, and you don’t have to read them in order. I’m not!

Books in this contest include:

  • Vamps and the City
  • Eat, Prey, Love
  • Forbidden Nights With a Vampire (AUTOGRAPHED)

Deadline to leave a comment
is September 29th @ 5pm EST

To Enter the contest… Do you follow authors on twitter. If not, why?

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18 thoughts on “Contest #10 The Love At Stake series by Kerrelyn Sparks

  1. Mary Preston says:

    Twitter & I are not good friends. No end of hacking going on.

    Kerrelyn Sparks books all look amazing!!

    marypres(AT)gmail(DOT)com

  2. Julie Witt says:

    Kerrelyn Sparks is one of my favorite authors!! Thanks for this amazing giveaway!
    Yes, I love to follow authors on Twitter, and I would say the majority of them are kind enough to follow back if you comment to them 🙂

  3. Susan says:

    I don’t follow authors on twitter. I don’t have a twitter account myself so that is probably why. Thanks for the giveaway.

    sab5723 at hotmail dot com

  4. jabelfield says:

    I do follow authors on Twitter. They’re often very supportive of each other–which is good for me as a seedling author. But I also follow a couple of my favourite authors to keep up with what they’re working on–Rachel Vincent is one of my favourites to follow as she updates what she’s working on and how it’s going. 🙂

  5. maryann says:

    I’ve only read like 1 or 2 of her books and they were really good.. I haven’t followed anyone on twitter but i do follow some on goodreads.. I have just never really been into twitter

  6. Denise Z says:

    I have only recently gotten on the twitter bandwagon. It just seemed that so many folks were networking there that I had to join in. I try to follow authors whenever there is a link to let me know how to find them and I also take suggestions and read profiles for authors that are writing in areas I might be interested in. Thank you for sharing this wonderful giveaway opportunity with us today 🙂

    dz59001[at]gmail[dot]com

  7. Judith says:

    Sometimes, I always forget authors are on Twitter too, so I don’t remember until someone tweets with their username.

    itwasalie at gmail dot com

  8. Raonaid Luckwell says:

    Yes! It’s fun to interact with authors on twitter, answer questions when they have them, and so on.

    Raonaid at gmail dot com

  9. cassandra says:

    I don’t follow authors on twitter because twitter confuses me. I tried to understand, but I just don’t get it. I will never have a twitter. I follow authors on their site or facebook.

    cassandra
    monkeycstars(at)aol(dot)com

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