Win signed Thyla! My first ever competition!

Hola! I am very excited (and a teensy bit nervous) to announce my first ever proper-author competition!

Because he is the best thing in the known and all possible universes, Husband Bear made me a very, very snazzy Facebook author page! I am so proud of it that if I understood what the expression “proud as punch” actually meant (why is a fruit-based beverage proud? Or does it mean the kind of punch boxers do? Or does it mean the puppet Punch from Punch and Judy? WHAT DOES IT MEAN?), I would say I was just that! As it is, I’ll just say I’m as proud as a new author with a sparkly Facebook page!

Anyway, to get to the point of this post before I go off on one of my inane little babbles (I can just hear HB yelling, “Kate, for the love of Thor, SHUT UP!”): If you “like” my snazzy Facebook author page, you can win stuff. One thing you can win is a signed copy of Thyla! Another thing you can win is a manuscript assessment of a children’s or YA novel up to 40,000 words!

I’ll be “drawing” the prize in two weeks, so please “like” my page soonish!

*Waits with fingers crossed that people will like her snazzy Facebook author page*

13 thoughts on “Win signed Thyla! My first ever competition!

  1. Heheh nice page, I liked it and hope I can win the amazing book I haven’t read yet, every book inspires me to write more teen fiction 🙂 x

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  2. Kate,
    Love the shiny new facebook page. i have my sunglasses on to shield my eyes from the sparkles!
    That’s not Mephy’s bottom is it? he would not be impressed that the wrong end got in the photo.

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  3. I can atest from personal experience that Kate’s MS assessments ROCK and are SO helpful and incredibly AWESOME and she WILL change your life.

    Just saying.

    ENTER NOW.

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  4. Hi Kate,
    I have ‘liked’ your page, I would be interested in both competition prizes, the copy of Thyla and/or the manuscript assessment, Thanks!

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