Thursday, March 19, 2009

Seventh Heaven contest today!

As promised, today I'm holding another contest to give away a PDF copy of my Vintage Rosette (short story), Seventh Heaven, set during the 1960s. Here's some info on the story's authentic details and a bit more story background.
For a chance to win, simply leave a comment and I'll pick a random winner at 9 pm EST. Be sure to leave your email address so I can notify you if you win.
If you'd like to purchase Seventh Heaven, it's available now from The Wild Rose Press. Feel free to leave a story review on the site!
Thanks for stopping by!

Here again is the story blurb:
Lilah owns the New Hope Record and Crafts Shop with her friend, Val. Independent and free-spirited, they sell their handmade jewelry and pottery to tourists in their Delaware River town. Lilah’s only hangup is James, who bartends down the street. She’s crazy about him, but lately he’s been cold and distant. Turns out he has reason to be down--he’s had his ticket punched for Vietnam. Lilah makes him a lucky leather-string choker using a silver ankh--the Egyptian symbol of eternity. James is skeptical about its lucky charms, but warms to her again. For seven months, James is in Vietnam. He comes home changed, in more ways than one. Can Lilah show him that her love is all the luck he needs?


Judy said...

The blurb sounds very interesting and enjoyed watching the trailer. Sounds like a true love story. I believe the title also fits with it.

Helen Hardt said...

Hi Cate! I've already told you how moving this story sounds, and the trailer is beautiful. I hope I win! I'd love to read it. Congratulations again on the release.


Emma Lai said...

Just stopping by to say "Howdy!" Love the excerpt and trailer.

Mary Ricksen said...

I saw your trailer before and I love it. Great excerpt Cate!

Cate Masters said...

Thanks, everyone! I really appreciate your support! You guys are great.
I'll be back in a couple of hours so my dear hubby can pick one of your names from a bowl!

Cate Masters said...

And the winner is.... Helen Hardt! Helen, I'll email you the PDF.
I appreciate you taking the time to help me celebrate today, everyone!

Anonymous said...

Loved reading about the research...

Lily Stone