Saturday, October 11, 2008

Win a Halloween Pumpkin Basket

It's that time again, for my annual Halloween Pumpkin giveaway. Details including a photo of the prize are at the contest page of my website:

The prize includes books, assorted promo items and Halloween candy and goodies. The winner will be chosen on October 31. If you'd like to be considered, send an email to Subject line must read: Pumpkin Giveaway. Please include your mailing address.

Entrants will be invited to join my Yahoo Announcement Group.

And FWIW, I'm happy to report that my back is somewhat better. Thank heaven for acupuncture! I love it.

Linda / Lyndi


Beth said...

I'm so glad you're doing better Linda. Eastern medicine is a wonderful thing.

squiresj said...

I entered your contest from newsletter. Why do you write erotic style romance? I am just asking as anyone who wants to say anything should read the Song of Solomon in the Bible - it is quite graphic. I enjoy them as I enjoy the stories regardless and have not found a lot of them offensive to read. I try all styles anymore because who knows what I might be missing. I was just wondering?

Linda McLaughlin said...

squiresj, why do I write erotic romance? It started as a challenge to see if I could do it and I haven't looked back. I like to joke that it's a license to be naughty, and opportunities for that don't come along often at my age. What a lot of people don't realize is that erotic romance really does have a story, with a beginning and a middle and an end, just like any other story. I like your attitude about trying all styles so as not to miss anything. Good luck in the contest.

Linda / Lyndi

Britta Coleman said...

So glad to learn you're feeling better. Here's to continued healing and wellness, day by day.

deboradale said...

Acupuncture?! That thought terrifies me, in all honesty. I'm glad to hear it helped, Linda. I hope you remain pain free for a very very long time.
btw - I think the Halloween basket is a great idea!


Barbara Martin said...

I'm pleased to hear the acupuncture worked. Perhaps you might consider Reiki treatments. I have them done 2-3 times per month, making a great difference on my knees.

Also, I am entering your contest.