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Tuesday, June 17, 2008

Win an Autographed Copy (all Authors) of Dark Harvest

Would you like to win a copy?



Leave a comment in this thread telling me why you want to win it --or-- what you think my story Saigon Seventeen might be about.

Want to increase your odds of winning?

I'll enter your name 5 times when you post a review of my story Saigon Seventeen on June 17, 2008.

Email me to receive your advance review copy of Saigon Seventeen here:

MLPendergrass @ gmail dot com

Warning: Read at your own risk.
This is not safe for the entire family.
Don't complain if you didn't read this.

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Anonymous said...

::::wildly waving and jumping up and down:::

"Ooooh! Ooooooh! Pick me! Pick me!"

Anonymous said...

Hmm... "Saigon Seventeen," huh? A tale of seventeen high-school students who see the musical "Miss Saigon"? ;)

Seriously... OK, maybe not... I want to win because I love free books and because I want to read your writing!

Jacob said...

OMG!!! How cool is THAT??? I don't need to win one, but let me know when/where I can get a copy when it's ready!!!

Anonymous said...

I should win cuz I'm a fellow horror writer and this would be right up my alley.
Gina H

heather said...

Enter me if you think I can handle it!
Am I allowed to guess what Saigon Seventeen is about? ;)
And you know without a doubt that I'll put a review of Saigon Seventeen up on my blog--I think it's the best thing I've read by you (and, for that matter, by a lot of people) with the exception of a new short story of which I've been privileged to read the first few pages.
Sound like I'm kissing up?

Michelle Pendergrass said...

Claudia and Becca--you're entered. :)

Toni--you're entered too. And I'll give you the ordering info as soon as it's available.

Gina--Where have you been hiding girl?! Why are you not submitting to the Diner? Subs have been extended to May 15th. Get something in!!

Heather. Kiss up. Keep kissing up. I'm going to need it because someone is not going to like the story. And when they don't, I'll come ranting to you. :)

Chris said...

Enter me also. Saigon Seventeen is about the seventeen-uplets birthed by Ramona Saigon (nee Calmsbury), wife of Larry Saigon, late of Pocatello Idaho, now apartment managers in Rainsford, Montana. It's a horror story.

Michelle Pendergrass said...

Wow. Maybe Chris should've wrote the story. LOL