About Heather Kuehl

Heather Kuehl (pronounced "keel") was born near the Great Lakes, but made her way to South Carolina where she lives to this day. She's the author of Epiphany (an ARe best seller) and The Sarah Vargas Series. The first installment of the Sarah Vargas Series, Fade to Black, reached #1 on Fictionwise.com's best seller list for fantasy ebooks. For more information about Heather's published works, upcoming releases, and events visit her website; http://www.heatherkuehl.com/

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Tuesday, March 29, 2011

Interview with Maggie Dove


Dear Readers,

ANGEL OF WINDWORD is my first novel, and the first of the WINDWORD trilogy. CALL ME DUCHESS, the prequel to ANGEL OF WINDWORD and the story of two characters from my original manuscript is set in 1870 England and will be released by Eternal Press on January, 2011. At this time, I am writing my third novel, THE ENGLISH MARQUESA. The last of the Windword Trilogy is set in 1870 Spain and also involves a member of the Kent family.


Angel of Windword Buy Links:
ebook available at http://www.eternalpress.biz/book.php?isbn=9781926704654
Paperback and Kindle available at http://www.amazon.com/Angel-Of-Windword-ebook/dp/B003ICWCFI/ref=pd_rhf_p_t_2

Call Me Duchess Buy Links:
Buy Link: http://eternalpress.biz/book.php?isbn=9781615722860
Paperback can be ordered through Barnes & Noble.
Paperback and Kindle available at Amazon. Com
Paperback Available at: http://www.amazon.com/Call-Me-Duchess-Maggie-Dove/dp/1615722874/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1296254706&sr=1-2





HK: Who, or what, is your inspiration to write?
MD: My grandfather was a writer.

HK: When did you start writing?
MD: I think in high school, and later on after I got married, I took a few college courses in creative writing and loved them.

HK: When did you realize that you wanted to become an author?
MD: It just happened. I never thought that I would write a book. My good friend, Diana Flori, dared me to write one and I wrote Angel of Windword. She also wrote a historical romance titled A Thorn At His Side.

HK: What is your advice for aspiring authors?
MD: Don't give up. Write it and send it out. Keep at it until you get published.

HK: Do you do research for your books/stories? What kind of research do you do?
MD: Yes. I go to the library and now I use the internet. What a source of information!

HK: Do you outline before you start writing?
MD: No. I just jot down the ideas that come to me so that I don't forget them.

HK: Do you plan ahead before you sit down to write, or do you let the story take you where it wants to go?
MD: I have an original idea and then the characters take on a life of their own and the story goes where it wants.

HK: Do you write at a desk, or do you have a laptop that you drag around the house with you?
MD: I write at a desk. I don't like laptops...I need my mouse!

HK: Besides a pen/pencil/notepad/computer, what is a must-have while writing?
MD: Coffee! Also a shower. When I take a long, hot shower, my characters have conversations and my mind gets filled with ideas for plot.

HK: How did it feel to sign your first publishing contract?
MD: Unbelieveable! I walked on air for literally months!

HK: What is your favorite genre to write? Your least favorite?
MD: Historical Romances and Romantic Suspense. My least favorite. I don't have a least favorite because I only write Historical Romance and Romantic Suspense.

HK: Is there a genre that you haven't written yet, but you want to try?
MD: Just Mystery. I love writing the mystery part in my books. So I was thinking that maybe I'd call myself Maggie Raven and write suspense.

HK: Tell me a bit about your books? What do you think makes them stand out from the rest?
MD: My books are historical romances with a twist. They also include a mystery. I love secondary characters who are humorous.

HK: There are many fascinating historical places in Charleston, South Carolina. Are there any within your books?
MD: My first book takes place in France, my second in England and the one that I'm writing now, The English Marquesa takes place in Spain. I'm enjoying writing the latter because I lived in Spain for a year when I was 19 years old.

HK: And, for fun, if you could be anyone for a day - real or fictional - who would you be?
MD: Bewitched. She will always be young and beautiful even after Darin passes on without her. I love the fact that a simple movement of her nose can get her everything she wants, including her housework done!


HK: Thank you so much for participating in this interview! :o)
MD: Thanks, Heather!


Call Me Duchess Excerpt


Ah, the London Season—how glamorous, how debauch!

Staring at his image in the gilded mirror on top of the marbled staircase, the nobleman adjusted his black mask over his eyes and smiled with approval while surveying the fine-looking picture he presented. As usual, his appearance was faultless. There was not a hair out of place. It was time to make his grand entrance, but he couldn’t help but linger a while longer as he looked over the banister at the massive ballroom below.

The magnificent Bentley House boasted the most exquisite of ballrooms, and tonight the festooned and tinseled room did not disappoint. What would the London Season be without the Dowager Duchess of Wallingford’s annual masquerade ball, held every year at the commencement of the Season? He had looked forward to it for months.

His heart pounded with anticipation as he slowly descended the staircase, his keen eyes surveying the magical grandeur before him.

There she was now—the bejeweled and crusty dowager, dressed in black silk and lace, smiling at her doting son, the Duke of Wallingford. The duke’s escort, Lady Lorena Bonner, giggled and blushed while speaking to Lord Christopher Jackman, who looked more enamored by her than ever.

Entering the room, the nobleman recognized Lord and Lady Hardwood and their delectable daughter, Samantha, from last year’s Season. He accepted a flute of champagne from one of the numerous silver trays being passed around by uniformed waiters. He glanced at the dance floor and noticed the Countess of Salesbury waltzing with a young dandy while her aged husband watched silently. And was that not the exquisite Marchioness of Albester in lively conversation with the Earl of Deville? Where were their other halves? No doubt enjoying a lovers’ rendezvous in the terrace while their spouses conversed for all to witness. The nobleman smirked, remembering how the four had scandalized the ton with their blatant behavior last summer. But that was last year’s gossip. He wondered what tidbit this year would bring.

The marchioness called him over, but he could not go and speak to her now. He pretended not to notice, for he had more pressing matters at hand. The nobleman was not interested in the guests he recognized. He was more fascinated by the guests he had yet to meet.

Looking to his side, he observed a large group of young ladies standing by the north wall. So many of them! Giggling and hoping they’d be noticed. This year’s pretty pickings—such beautiful, dainty flowers just waiting to be plucked. Where would he start? Knocking back the champagne with one quick gulp, he headed toward them.

The London Season—how glamorous, how debauch, indeed! The time of year when the upper crust departed from their country manors and brought their young daughters to London to partake in the marriage mart, all anxiously hoping the young debutantes would meet eligible bachelors from good families such as theirs.

He wondered which one he would rape tonight.

Sunday, March 27, 2011

Free Read - Struck by Beauty

Struck by Beauty is available now from Smashwords for FREE!


Genre: Fantasy

Rating: PG-13


http://www.smashwords.com/books/view/49914 A collection of four fantasy stories:

"Struck by Beauty" - Mika is forced to do the unthinkable.

"Homecoming" - Carra returns home to confront her past.

"Blythe's Vengeance" - Blythe seeks vengeance on the sorcerer that destroyed her hometown.

"The Desire of Selkies" - Salena discovers that humans will do anything to get what they desire.

Timeline

I was in the shower this morning, thinking about my stories and books. Many of my characters live within the same world, sometimes eventually overlapping. I want to create a timeline, for those of you who like to read things in order. I'll be adding to this list as new books/stories are released.

"Dalamar's Quest" (Amythist Dreams, March 2011)
"Struck by Beauty" Mirror Dance, Sept 2009.
"Susan's Ghost" Ethereal Tales, Oct 2010.
"The Voice Within the Book" DemonMinds, April 2008.
Dream Lover Eternal Press, Aug 2011.
Fade to Black Eternal Press, Oct 2009.
Promises to Keep Eternal Press, March 2010.
Malevolent Dead Eternal Press, Sept 2010.
Blood Moon Eternal Press, March 2011.
"The Hunt" (Amythist Dreams, March 2011)
Epiphany Decadent Publishings, TBA
"The Final Goodbye" (Amythist Dreams, March 2011)
"Into the Dark" Ruby Red Cravings, TBA.
"The Unexpected Guests" Just Another Paranormal Christmas, Dec 2010.
"The Lesson" Midnight Times, April 2008.
"Whispers of the Night" Siren Book Reviews Ezine, Feb 2011.
"Fire and Brimstone" (Far and Away, May 2011)
"To Walk Among Dreams" Space Cops, May 2009.
At All Costs MuseItUp Publishing, Dec 2011.

Amythist Dreams is now available!




Amythist Dreams is now up on Smashwords!




Genre: Fantasy


Rating: PG-13


Contains "Dalamar's Quest," "The Hunt," and "The Final Goodbye."


"Dalamar's Quest" - Sorcerer Dalamar Shola and his apprentice, Amythist Dyier, investigate new magic in Ancient Egypt.


"The Hunt" - Amythist wants revenge, even if it means going to the demon realm to fulfill it.


"The Final Goodbye" - Will Amythist be able to say goodbye to her truest love?

Saturday, March 26, 2011

Dragon Sent is now available

Dragon Sent is now up on Smashwords!

http://www.smashwords.com/books/view/49712


Genre: Fantasy


Rating: PG

Contains "The Wicked Deed" and "Redemption."

"The Wicked Deed" - To save her twin sister from a sorcerer's curse, Xerri must betray the dragon that trusts her to find the cure.

"Redemption" - Xerri goes on a dragon sent redemption quest to clear her soul of her wicked deed.

Anthologies

You'll notice that within the next couple of months, I'll have a couple anthologies coming out. Nifty, isn't it?


Through the Rosebush is a print anthology published through AnthologyBuilder.com. It contains 11 of my previously published short stories. This is available now at AnthologyBuilder.



Far and Away is an ebook anthology published through Smashwords and available on the Kindle and Nook, as well as several other ereader sites. It's a collection of over thrity previously published flash fiction and poems, including 12 never before published works. (Coming Soon: May 2011)





Dragon Sent is an ebook release containing two short stories; "The Wicked Deed" and "Redemption." These stories feature an interesting character named Xerri who has to betray that dragon that trusts her to save her twin sister. (Coming Soon: March 2011)



Why am I doing this? I want my previously published work available for everyone to read. Some of it is hard to find or no longer available. I want to put related stories in a set (such as Dragon Sent) and offer them for little to no money.

Friday, March 25, 2011

And the winner is...

Thank you all for participating in the Uprinting giveaway I hosted!
This morning I put all the entrants for the 250 Die Cut Business Card giveaway into a list randomizer on Random.org, and the winner is...
Diane Scott Lewis!
Congratulations, Diane!

Tuesday, March 22, 2011

About my reviews

For those of you who didn't know, I'm the Charleston Paranormal Fiction Examiner for Examiner.com. I review books, interview authors, and write articles about the paranormal genre.

After writing several reviews, most recently having to give a book 1 star, I decided that I wanted to explain my process.

Before I even open a book, it has 5 stars. It has yet to do anything to frustrate me or make me give up. If I can get to the end of the book without getting frustrated with wooden characters or a crappy plot line, the book will be rated 5 stars. From the moment I start to read, the rating changes. Slow beginning? Now the rating is down to 4 stars (because the beginning is the most important part for me). If the plot has been done before and the characters are in no way remarkable, 3 stars. 3-5 stars are all fantastic ratings, mind you. It means that the book was "good" to "fantastic." It's the 2 and 1 star ratings that authors should worry about.

2 stars means that I was able to finish the book, but it was just bad. And 1 star, I just couldn't finish the book no matter how hard I tried.

Like with all reviews, it is my personal opinion about the book. I always make sure to give examples on how the book was good or bad, and I also make sure that I don't bash the author that wrote it. Yeah, the book was bad, but that doesn't mean all their books are. Maybe I should live by Thumper's philosophy; If you don't have something nice to say, don't say anything at all. But as a reviewer I feel that it's my job to let readers know what books I think are good and which ones I think are bad so they can make an informed decision before spending their hard earned money on a particular title.

And on that note, I am always open to reviewing any paranormal title. Please email me at heatherkuehl(at)gmail(dot)com if you are interested in being reviewed or interviewed. And if you want to take a look at my Examiner page, go to http://www.examiner.com/paranormal-fiction-in-charleston-sc/heather-kuehl

Monday, March 21, 2011

Writing stress

Just so you all know, I'm about to complain. A lot. Feel free to ignore my whiny rant. :o)

I'm working on editing Of Wolf and Man right now before I deem it acceptable to submit. I've decided to add an additional chapter explaining rogue werewolves, since this is an important factor of this particular book. I've just finished writing a six page synopsis for Of Wolf and Man so I can start submitting queries to agents. Yep, I said agents. I'm going for gold with this manuscript. I feel that Of Wolf and Man is my ticket to get published by a big publishing house. I feel that my goal of seeing my book on the shelf at B&N is near. And while I'm sure it would sell well at a smaller ebook publisher, I have goals I want to see met:
  1. see my book on the shelf at B&N
  2. get on the NYTimes bestseller list.

Hence the stress.

I want to make it as perfect as possible, which is really impossible because even books at the store aren't perfect. But I want to get close! Of Wolf and Man has been the primary focus of my work for several months now, pushing several WIP into the background (including Sarah Vargas 4....and Sarah's wanting to come out and play for this one!). But it seems that every time I open the file, I see more and more problems. I'm starting to wonder if the problems I think I see are even valid, or the product of my stressed out mind.

Part of me thinks I should set it aside and work on something else for a bit, but I worry that if I let it collect dust for too long that there won't be a market for it anymore.

*sigh*

However, in dealing with all of this I have made an important decision for the Sarah Vargas Series. Much like Star Wars is divided into parts (episodes 1-3 being part one and episodes 4-6 being part two) I am going to do the same with this series. Books 1-3 (Fade to Black, Malevolent Dead, and Blood Moon) will be considered part one, while books 4-6 will be part two. Makes sense? Each part will be stand alone, readers not having to read books 1-3 to understand books 4-6. I intend for there to be three parts, unless Sarah gets tired of this mess and cuts it short. That's a grand total of nine Sarah Vargas books. Confused yet? LoL

Sunday, March 20, 2011

YAtopia Pitch Contest

Tonight I entered Of Wolf and Man in the YAtopia Pitch Contest. Agent Ammi-Joan Paquette of Erin Murphy Literary Agency is hosting this contest, so it's one that you just cannot pass on if you're a writer.

http://yatopia.blogspot.com/2011/03/agent-pitch-contest.html

I'm number 123/150!

Wish me luck

Friday, March 18, 2011

CONTEST! Win 250 Die Cut Business Cards


This months Uprinting givaway are free business cards - 250 Die Cut Business Cards. Authors, here's your chance to win free promo material! Even if you aren't an author, business cards can come in very handy.

One Winner will recieve

250 Die Cut Business Cards
1.75” x 3.5”, 2” x 3.5”, or 2” x 2”; 2.5” Diameter (Circle)
Die cutting options available: Rounded Corners, Leaf, Rounded Single-Corner, Half-Circle Side, Circle
Paper Type: 14pt Cardstock Gloss, Matte, or High Gloss; 13pt Cardstock Uncoated
6 Business Days Turnaround; Front Only or Front and Back printing


Limited to US residents; 18 years old and above

To enter leave a comment on this post with your email addy

Receive + 2 entries for being a blog follower


Receive + 2 entries for liking Uprinting.com on Facebook


Receive + 2 entries for being a Twitter Follower @heatherkuehl


Recieve + 2 entries for liking Heather Kuehl on Facebook




Contest Open Until Thursday March 24 at Midnight EST
The winner will be announced on March 25



This giveaway is sponsored by UPrinting, no monetary compensation was given and I will receive business cards for hosting. For more information about business cards, please visit http://www.uprinting.com/business-cards.html.

Tuesday, March 15, 2011

Contest Winners!

First, I'd like to thank everyone who came out and participated in my blog tour and contests. Because of you the Blood Moon Tour was a complete success!

Scavenger Hunt
This went very well, even with the slow start. I'll definitely be doing this again!
Congrats to the daily prize winners: Donna, Tiffani, Kristen, Christopher, Katrina, and Christine. Thank you for participating! The grand prize winner is Christine! She wins the Sarah Vargas box set! The second and third place winners are Kristen and Christopher. They win a pdf copy of Fade to Black, Malevolent Dead, OR Promises to Keep (their choice).

Eternal Press Author's Blog Contest
Congratulations Courtney! She won signed copies of both Fade to Black and Malevolent Dead.

Bitten By Books Contest
The winner of the $25 Amazon.com gift card is Carol. Congratulations!

The Writer's Chatroom winner
Congratulations to Flo, who wins a pdf copy of Fade to Black!

Brandyz Books Winner
is still in limbo. I'll let you know the winner when I find out.

The Para-Posse Winner
Congratulations to JM, who wins one ebook from my backlist at All Romance Ebooks.


and I think that's everyone!
Congratulations and thank you all for participating.

Upcoming tours (with more prizes)
Far and Away = May 8-14
Dream Lover = Aug 7-13

Saturday, March 12, 2011

Blood Moon Scavenger Hunt winner - day 9

Congratulations Tiffani!

She was the first to email me the correct answer for day 9's clue!

Q: What's the name of the anthology that's coming out in May?
A: Far and Away

Her prize:
a wolf bracelet

There are still plenty of chances to win! Keep an eye on my
FB author page or my Twitter (@heatherkuehl) for the daily clues!

Thursday, March 10, 2011

First Review for Blood Moon

The Pen and Muse has reviewed Blood Moon!

"When I think of Heather Kuehl, I think of great action packed paranormal writing. Why? She simply provides it with such ease that as a reader, you invest in her works, her characters, and the world these characters are in...Sarah is a great kick ass character that you will absolutely fall in love with. "

To read more, go to http://thepenmuse.net/archives/2396

Blood Moon Tour Dates/Locations

This list is updated daily


Mar 3 - Guest blogging at Kayden's World of Paranormal

Mar 4 - Guest blogging at Brandyz Books

Mar 5 - Guest blogging at Brandyz Books

Mar 6 - Blood Moon's trailer is on You Gotta Read Videos.
Guest blogging w/ CONTEST at The Para-Posse

Mar 7-13 - Dee Julian's Blurb Party!

Mar 7 - Eternal Press Reader's Group at 3:30-4:30pm EST
Guest moderating for Just Another Paranormal Monday - all day
Interviews at Siren Book Reviews and Welcome to the Other World
Guest blogging at Backseat Nightmares.

Mar 8 - Blood Moon release party! Live chat at 7:30pm EST.
Guest blogging with CONTEST at Eternal Press Author's Blog
Guest blogging at The Writer's Chatroom Blog

Mar 9 - Guest blogging at Brandyz Books
Character interview at Bitten By Books

Mar 10 - Guest blogging at Wayfairing Writer.

Mar 11 - Guest blogging at Clare Dargin's blog.

Mar 12 - Character interview at A Reading Nook.

Mar 13 - Live chat w/ door prize at The Writer's Chatroom: 7pm EST

Wednesday, March 9, 2011

Blood Moon Scavenger Hunt winner - day 7

Congratulations Christine!

She was the first to email me the correct answer for day 7's clue!

Q: Who is first listed on my list of My Top 10 Paranormal Hotties?
A: Eric Northman from Sookie Stackhouse series/True Blood

Her prize:
$5 gift card to Amazon.com

There are still plenty of chances to win! Keep an eye on my FB author page or my Twitter (@heatherkuehl) for the daily clues!

Tuesday, March 8, 2011

A break from tour for some news

BREAKING NEWS!

Eternal Press has accepted Dream Lover for publication in August 2011!

Dream Lover Blurb:
Denna Rainerd has dreamed about Warren Connelly for the past ten years, their relationship in the dream world hot and passionate. Pity he isn't real...or is he?

Warren wishes that Denna was in his real world, but a human in his world would be a liability. He's a Hunter shapeshifter; sworn to protect his world from the darkest of creatures while he's focused on revenge for the death of his brother. Their worlds collide when Warren saves Denna's life, setting up a chain of events that will change their lives forever. Will Denna be able to accept Warren's supernatural secrets?


AND...

MuseItUp Publishing has accepted my short story At All Costs for publication in December 2011!

At All Costs Blurb:
Samantha lives in a post-apocalyptic world where she is the mortal enemy of technology that has turned on humanity. Sam's a technopath, a person with the ability to control all technology. She can use her powers to obliterate the tech-threat one at a time, but General Lieberman knows that Sam's power can work both ways; not only can she kill but she can create as well. Wanting her to create a monster for their soldiers to use against the tech-threat, Lieberman hopes it will end the war.

There is just one problem; the level of power Sam will have to use to create the monster for the soldiers may cost her own life.

Will Sam sacrifice herself to save the world?

Blood Moon Scavenger Hunt winner - day 6

Congratulations Katrina!

She was the first to email me the correct answer for day 6's clue!

Q: Sarah will face what kind of creature that usually appears in fantasy fiction?
A: a dragon

Her prize:
a wolf bracelet


There are still plenty of chances to win! Keep an eye on my FB author page or my Twitter (@heatherkuehl) for the daily clues!

Blood Moon Scavenger Hunt winner - day 5

Congratulations Christopher!

He was the first to email me the correct answer for day 5's clue!

Q: What music artist do I listen to while writing about Sarah Vargas? (name one of the two)
A: Avenged Sevenfold or Evanescence

His prize:
a wolf bracelet


There are still plenty of chances to win! Keep an eye on my FB author page or my Twitter (@heatherkuehl) for the daily clues!

Sunday, March 6, 2011

Blood Moon Scavenger Hunt winner - day 4

Congratulations Kristen!

She was the first to email me the correct answer for day 4's clue!

Q: Proceeds from Blood Moon are going to ____. (Fill in the blank)
A: MUSC Children's Hospital

Her prize:
a pair of wolf paw print earrings

There are still plenty of chances to win! Keep an eye on my FB author page or my Twitter (@heatherkuehl) for the daily clues!

Blood Moon Scavenger Hunt winner - day 3

Congratulations Christine!


She was the first to email me the correct answer for day 3's clue!


Q: Name all three books in the Sarah Vargas Series
A: Fade to Black, Malevolent Dead, and Blood Moon


Her prize:
$10 gift card to B&N


There are still plenty of chances to win! Keep an eye on my FB author page or my Twitter (@heatherkuehl) for the daily clues!

Saturday, March 5, 2011

Blood Moon Scavenger Hunt winner - day 2

Congratulations Donna!

She was the first to email me the correct answer for day 2's clue!

Q: What is the name of my upcoming release with Decadent Publishing?
A: Epiphany

Her prize:
a wolf bracelet

There are still plenty of chances to win! Keep an eye on my
FB author page or my Twitter (@heatherkuehl) for the daily clues!

Thursday, March 3, 2011

Blood Moon Tour is on!

The tour for Blood Moon starts this morning at Kayden's World of Paranormal, where I'll be listing my Top 10 Paranormal Hotties. The start of this tour also means the start of something else exciting; the Blood Moon Scavenger Hunt! Don't forget to go to http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=176042819101715 for complete rules and information.

Also, here's the list of where I'll be for the Blood Moon Tour:

Mar 3 - Guest blogging at Kayden's World of Paranormal

Mar 4 & 5 - Guest blogging at Brandyz Books

Mar 6 - Blood Moon's trailer is on You Gotta Read Videos.

Mar 7-13 - Dee Julian's Blurb Party!

Mar 7 - Eternal Press Reader's Group at 3:30-4:30pm EST
Guest moderating for Just Another Paranormal Monday - all day
Interviews at Siren Book Reviews and Welcome to the Other World
Guest blogging at Backseat Nightmares.

Mar 8 - Blood Moon release party! Live chat at 7:30pm EST.
Guest blogging with CONTEST at Eternal Press Author's Blog

Mar 9 - Guest blogging at Brandyz Books

Mar 10 - Guest blogging at Wayfairing Writer.

Mar 11 - Guest blogging at Clare Dargin's blog.

Mar 12 - Guest blogging at A Reading Nook.

Mar 13 - Live chat w/ door prize at The Writer's Chatroom: 7pm EST

Tuesday, March 1, 2011

Upcoming contests

My Blood Moon tour starts on Thursday, so I thought that it would only be fair to post a list of the contests I'm having:

1) The Blood Moon Scavenger Hunt!

In celebration of BLOOD MOON’s release, I’m hosting the BLOOD MOON scavenger hunt! Every day I’ll give a clue, and you email me the answer.

Rules:
Email your answers to heatherkuehl(at)gmail(dot)com, subject: BMSH. Entries must have that subject – I get too much spam. Person with the first correct answer wins for the day; person with the most first correct answers wins the grand prize.

...PRIZES
GRAND PRIZE:
Sarah Vargas box set! One winner will get copies of FADE TO BLACK, MALEVOLENT DEAD, and BLOOD MOON in either pdf or print. Note: If you are the winner and you choose print, do know that it won’t be until April or May when you’ll receive your prize (I have to wait until the print copies come available).

Second and third place prizes:
Winner’s choice! Winner will have their choice of a copy of one of my books (FADE TO BLACK, MALEVOLENT DEAD, or PROMISES TO KEEP only), again in either pdf or print.

Daily prize:
The person with the first correct answer wins for the day. I’ll be giving away wolf bracelets, paw print earrings, or the occasional $5 Amazon gift card.

Note: All clues will be posted on the Heather Kuehl Facebook fan page and on Twitter (@heatherkuehl)


2) Eternal Press Blog - March 8

Prize: One lucky winner will win a signed copy of both Fade to Black and Malevolent Dead, books one and two in the Sarah Vargas series.
How to enter: Just comment on this post with your email address. Easy as pie!
Extra entries: Receive + 1 entry for being a blog follower (http://heatherkuehl.blogspot.com)
Receive + 1 entry for being a Twitter Follower @heatherkuehl
Receive + 1 entry for being a Facebook fan (http://www.facebook.com/pages/Heather-Kuehl/172267734681)


3) Fanatic!

Win a signed copy of all of my books (yes, I said all; Fade to Black, Malevolent Dead, Blood Moon, and Promises to Keep) by posting a comment on ALL of my guest blogs/interviews AND by attending my live chats. The person that can attend all the events, wins. Make sure you use the same name/email for all comments or live chats so that I can keep track. If you're worried that I didn't see you're name in a chat or blog, feel free to email me at heatherkuehl(at)gmail(dot)com to point it out to me; Subject: Fanatic!

Note: Do know that it won’t be until April or May when you’ll receive your prize (I have to wait until the print copies of Blood Moon come available).

Another note: If you are the winner of the EP blog contest and the fanatic contest, your prizes will be signed copies of all my books as well as a pdf of Epiphany when it's released (release date unknown), unless you want two signed copies of Fade and Malevolent (some people do; they make great gifts!).

GOOD LUCK!

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