THE SEA KING Release Countdown T -18 Days

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Only 18 more days until SEA KING!!

To celebrate the release, we’re counting down the days with fun and prizes.  Each day, from now until November 1st, drop by to join the celebration and answer the Question of the Day in this blog’s comment section to be entered to win.  (For sweepstakes rules and eligibility, click here.)

This Week’s Drawing

From now until 10am, Tuesday, October 17th, stop by the C.L. Wilson blog to answer the Question of the Day (QoD) to be entered to win one of this week’s fabulous prizes and receive a ticket in the Grand Prize drawing.  Each individual QoD you answer gets you another ticket in both the weekly and the Grand Prize prize drawings, so don’t be shy.

You can also comment multiple times a day, just to have fun and be involved, but each participant receives only one ticket in the drawing for each day’s blog post you comment on.  All responses will be tallied after comments close for the final post. The winners will be selected at random from all entries, with all winners of this week’s drawing posted on Tuesday, October 17th.

This Week’s Prizes

On Tuesday, October 17th, random winners from the eligible pool will be selected to win one of the available prizes:

  • Autographed copy of THE SEA KING (one winner selected)
  • Autographed copy of THE WINTER KING (two winners selected)
  • Autographed copy of LORD OF THE FADING LANDS (two winners selected)
  • THE WINTER KING & THE SEA KING autographed Collector Cards and bookmarks (5 winners selected)
  • A $5 Tairen Bucks coupon, which can be used to purchase any item from The Tairen’s Lair, the online store for official C.L. Wilson merchandise (3 winners selected)
  • A complete set of signed Tairen Soul series Collector Cards (5 winners selected)
  • A Rainier Eras tairen plushy (1 winner)

What’s In that Grand Prize?

Two lucky winners will be chosen from all the daily participant tickets accrued throughout the countdown.  (The more you participate, the more tickets you get in the Grand Prize drawing.) Each winner will receive a basket containing the following:

  • Autographed copy of THE SEA KING
  • Autographed copy of THE WINTER KING
  • Autographed copy of ONE ENCHANTED SEASON, the holiday anthology featuring C.L. Wilson’s novella, Upon a Midnight
  • One complete set of autographed C.L. Wilson Collector Cards and bookmarks
  • A $20 Tairen Bucks coupon, which can be used to purchase any item from The Tairen’s Lair, the online store for official C.L. Wilson merchandise
  • Ellysetta Azreisa and Rainier Eras tairen plushies
  • Custom made scented lotion bars, lip balms, and bath salts inspired by the worlds of C.L. Wilson
  • Other trinkets, treats, and goodies that caught my eye

Question of the Day

Some people love to read novels set in Scotland.  Some people love to read about serial killers.  Some people love to read books about aliens who fall in love with earthlings.  What’s one of your favorite book tropes and what it is that you find so appealing about it?  

 


Comments

C.L. Wilson

  on October 15, 2017 :

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Jess

  on October 14, 2017 :

Scotish imperfect brute saves a dainty girl. Maybe this is my favorite because i love to read words in that thick accent. It adds to the image in my minds eye.

NicoleMC

  on October 14, 2017 :

Fantasy romance where there is a good balance of adventure and romance. :)

Alyssa Susanna (The Eater of Books!)

  on October 14, 2017 :

One of my favorite tropes in romance is a healer for the heroine and warrior for the hero! I’m a sucker for those types of romances. Take Ashlyn Macnamara’s Destined for a King, for example. Such an amazing novel! Something about this dynamic really works for me. 😀

Have a great weekend!

Alyssa @ The Eater of Books!

Heather

  on October 14, 2017 :

I love Fey fantasy romance novels! I love how different authors have different takes on the Fey world! Paranormal/fantasy romance is my favorite but I also love some Regency romance but only a few select authors. The first romance novels I ever read when I was 16 was a time travel series set in Scotland and England by Lynn Kurland and it’s still my favorite series today! I love how all of the stories are connected through different family members!

Robin K Bagley

  on October 14, 2017 :

I don’t see them too often anymore, but I like romance novels that involve time travel. It’s fun to see how characters react to how different everyday life is in different points in history!

Lindsey Tong

  on October 14, 2017 :

One of my favorites is ready bf about English Regency romance novels. I don’t know what it is about it but I find the time period fascinating.

Neha Agarwal

  on October 14, 2017 :

Fantasy romance. Individually each genre is great in and of itself but goodness of both combined can’t be compared with any other, for me. I do read novels with just one or the other or sub-genres of each but I can’t help but love when both come together. Making whole new worlds and giving them life is the beauty of fantasy but adding a good romance in it just makes it perfect.

Courtney Tonokawa

  on October 14, 2017 :

I love historical romance with a mix of paranormal/magic. The add a new twist to a popular genre, and I love seeing how seamlessly the two fit together.

Shana Murray

  on October 13, 2017 :

Supernatural romances be they vamps, elves, fae, aliens, etc.. When I read I love books that suck me in and take me to their world. I prefer things that can exist outside of reality because I live in reality the rest of the time. It’s an escape for me.

Carol Fitzgerald

  on October 13, 2017 :

I love all types of books from romance to serial killers. My favorite romances are usually set in Scotland, but I am happy for them to be set anywhere really. Vampire novels are my top favorite at the moment but it kind of shares space with whatever appeals to me that week as well. I am usually reading about twenty books at a time. I have them lying around everywhere .. bathroom, in my car, on the bed, in the kitchen, in my bag lol you name it there is probably a book there.