Sunday, August 07, 2011

Hang 'Em High Hoedown Day #6: Counting the Cost by Liz Adair




Welcome back, everyone! I hope you had a restful weekend. I attended a family wedding at the American West Heritage Center in northern Utah. What makes me chuckle is that the book we're launching this week is set at a dude ranch that I based on the Heritage Center, and the bride and groom were married with a windmill in the background. See the cover of my book? See the windmill? How cool is that? Talk about life imitating art!

Okay, let's see here. We've got ourselves some business to take care of.

First of all, the winner of Mark of Royalty is ...

RACHELLE!!

Second, if you'd still like a chance to win Bubba Goes National by Jennifer Walker, that prize is available until midnight tonight, MST. Click here for details.

And what is the prize for today, you ask? And I answer.



For handsome, hard-riding cowhand, Heck Benham, life is as solid as the New Mexico countryside he loves, as predictable as the annual spring roundup. Yet, that all changes when Mrs. Ruth Reynolds moves from back east into his homeland and into his heart.

The stark contrast in their lives is played out in a territory that is, itself, coming into its own. As Ruth and Heck face a trail of pivotal, life-changing decisions, their love is challenged at every turn. What will it cost them before they find what is most important in life?

With strong characters, true-to-life emotion, gentle humor, meticulous attention to detail and historical accuracy, Liz Adair paints a passionate tale of love and learning, of romance and redemption.

This novel won the Whitney Award for Best Romance in 2010.

If you would like to win this novel by Liz Adair, here's whatcha must do:

1. Become a follower of this blog by clicking on the box on the left titled "People Who Think I'm Cool." If you are already a follower, you obviously can skip this step.

2. Visit Liz's blog and become a follower.

3. Come back here and leave a comment on this post. Tell me that you're following me, you're following Liz, and tell me why you'd like to win her book.

4. Special opportunity - if you would like more than one entry, tell your Facebook friends about the Hang 'Em High Hoedown, and link to my blog. This will give you an additional entry. Be sure to tell me in your comments that you have done this.

5. If you would like another entry, grab the code for the Hang 'Em High button on my sidebar and put it on your blog. Send me the URL where it appears so I can come see it blinking pretty at me.

You have until Tuesday night, August 9th, at midnight MST to enter. All entries will be uploaded to Random.org, and the winner will be notified via e-mail. If your e-mail is not visible on your Blogger profile, please include it in your comment so I can find you if you are the winner.

And don't forget what all this is leading up to ...

The launch of Hang 'Em High!
It's an August Authorama!
When: Saturday, August 13th, 12 – 4 pm
Where: Pioneer Book, 858 S. State, Orem
Prizes, games, Dutch oven cobbler (first come, first served)
I will be joined by authors
Nichole Giles, Heather Justesen,
Cindy Hogan, and J. Lloyd Morgan

6 comments:

Pam Williams said...

Counting the cost is a wonderful book! Liz will be speaking at a readers and writers even September 23 in the Provo City Library 6-8:30 room 308.

Marcy said...

Tristi,

"Counting the Cost" by Liz Adiar looks like a fun read, and I'd like the chance to win this book. I've been following your blog for a few months now and am also now following Liz Adair's blog. I also recently posted a link to your hoedown on facebook. Thanks for the fun ride!

Amie said...

Aww that sounds really romantic! I follow you both. :)

Angie said...

I'm following you both. Looks like a fun read!

Rachelle said...

woot! So excited to be a winner! I'm already a follower of both blogs and I'd love to win Liz's book because she is such a talented writer!

Anna Maria Junus said...

Hi Tristi,

Okay, I'm a follower, I'm Liz's follower, I posted to my facebook and on my blog. http://annamariajunus.blogspot.com/

So I'm hoping.

By the way, at one point you were looking for readers or reviewers, are you still looking, because I have time now.

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