Blog by VONNIE DAVIS -- International, Award-Winning Romance Author: Adventurous...Humorous...Amorous.

Tuesday, June 26, 2012

ONE LAST STORM

For over a year, I've been focused on promoting my debut book Storm's Interlude. What a fun ride, one that introduced me to so many lovely ladies--readers and other writers. Tomorrow my second story, a novella and part of the Honky Tonk Hearts line, releases. My promotional efforts have already shifted to Those Violet Eyes. And I have to admit, I feel like I'm abandoning Storm. **sniff** It was my first, y'all.

So, to show Storm a little love before I move ahead, I'm giving away a free eCopy of my debut, award-winning book to the first five commenters who sign up to follow my blog, if you haven't already, and place your email address in a comment. After all, I can't notify you you've won if I can't reach you.

Hugs to you all. Have a fantastic day. And thank you all for the many ways you brighten my life. ~ Vonnie

ONE FREE COPY REMAINS!!!

16 comments:

Beth Trissel said...

Vonnie, I actually haven't gotten around to reading this yet and would love to.

Calisa Rhose said...

I have a copy in both formats so if I win just give it to someone else who hasn't Vonnie- or I can. :) I love this book and our first will always hold a special place for us in our hearts. Don't worry, it won't be forgotten! I'm so excited tomorrow I can finally get Those Violet Eyes!

Anonymous said...

Vonnie,
I've followed you unoffically over your journey. So I should make it offical. I'd love to read Storm's Interlude.

Sia Huff

Vonnie Davis said...

Sia, I'll need your email address to send it to you. I'd love for you to have it.

Mackenzie Crowne said...

Poor Vonnie.

It does feel a little like you're dropping off your first born on the first day of school, doesn't it?

Well, I'm here to say you are a great mother! Both Storm's Interlude and Those Violet Eyes are incredible children and we readers are lucky to have you share them with us.

I have my copies so don't add me in the giveaway, and for those of you who haven't read Vonnie's stories yet, you are in for a thrill.

Big time congrats on release day tomorrow. You deserve the accolades sure to come your way.

Vonnie Davis said...

Beth, your copy is on the way. Check your mailbox for a delivery from Amazon.

Vonnie Davis said...

Calisa, yes, our first is always special to us. I recieved such marvelous reviews--like YOURS--on Amazon and from review sites, that I'm afraid no one will like the second one and I'll get a review that reads, "Gee, you know, this book didn't live up to the promise of the first." YIkes!!!

Vonnie Davis said...

Mac, thanks for your kind words. They mean more than you can imagine. I've been very fortunate in my writing career so far in that I've met such lovely writers and readers. In a world where "snark" often rules, it's refreshing to interact with ladies who spread warmth and sunshine. Thanks for your comments.

Beth Trissel said...

Thanks Vonnie :)))

Barbara Mountjoy said...

I've heard so much about this one...I'd love it too. bmountjoy at zoominternet DOT net It's hard to let go of each of these babies, but you have to move on!

Sandra Dailey said...

Vonnie, I don't have Storm's Interlude yet. If you still have a copy, I'd love to get it from you.
Chin up Mama, we all love you and look forward to tomorrow with you.
Sandy
sandy4lee@yahoo.com

Vonnie Davis said...

Barb and Sandy, your copies are on the way. Look for an email from Amazon. I've given away 3 copes. I still need 2 more suckers...er...readers to gift.

Nona Raines said...

Vonnie, as exciting as a new release is, the "first one" always has a special place in your heart. Much luck with "Those Violet Eyes"! I am going to follow your blog in the off chance you haven't given away all your copies of "Storm's Interlude".

nona (at) nonaraines dot com

Vonnie Davis said...

Nona, your copy is on the way, too. Check your inbox for something from Amazon.

ONE more to go until I can smile again. LOL Gee, this has been fun.

David M. Brown said...

I know what you mean.

I've just published my second novel and as excited as I am about it, it's a shame to leave the debut book behind!

Brenda ND said...

Oh, sad, but maybe you can think about it as sending a child off to college.