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Thursday, October 7, 2010

Last Chance - For All Time

It's the last day to enter my Halloween Contest and a chance to win a great package of movies and books, For All Time.   If you haven't entered or you want to take advantage of an opportunity to enter again - check out the rules.  Remember, just entering twice on the entry form won't do it - you need to be a tad more creative than that.  But it's not that difficult either.  If you're in the mood head on over to For All Time.

Yesterday I burned the last dregs of "work".  Isn't it interesting that if you love doing something, it's not work.  Writing for me is that something.   What's your something?

Ryshia


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11 comments:

Anonymous said...

I love the old horror flicks. I was explaining the "Ghost and Mrs. Muir" the other day telling her it was a good story.
punknpi@comcast.net
Julie

Mary A said...

I not sure what my something is yet, hope to find out though.
Mary Ambra

Denise DiFalco said...

Thank you for the awesome opportunity!

Brandlwyne aka Brandy B said...

Hi. I just entered and I am following you on twitter as @brandlwyne and on you blog. This is a great contest!!!

-Brandy
brandyzbooks@yahoo.com

katsrus said...

Thank you for the contest. Bela is my favorite Dracula. I follow your blog and on twitter(katsrus2003). filled out your form.
Sue B
katsrus(at)gmail(dot)com

ZESTYWONDERLAND said...

I would love to read this book! I love Dracular stories!
What a perfect read for October!
zestywonderland@gmail.com

Ryshia Kennie said...

Zestywonderland - thanks for entering. I think it was a love of Dracula and all things dark and brooding in the land of horror that led to writing Ring of Desire where whispers of an ancient magic draw them together...an unspeakable evil fights to keep them apart.

Ryshia Kennie said...

Brandlwye and Katsrus - thanks for the follows and for making it easy for me to record your entries - until you've run a contest you don't know what a joy that is.

Ryshia Kennie said...

Anonymous - I loved the Ghost and Mrs. Muir it was so romantic. I'd hate to see good films like that be lost in the depths of time.

Ryshia Kennie said...

Mary A - Don't we all find the something eventually? Maybe it's some small piece of your day that makes you happy, that you never thought could be more. Why doesn't it come to all of us loud, clear and early in life? The universal question.

Ryshia Kennie said...

Denise - You're welcome.