Transcendent Giveaway

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Robot Playground Inc is happy to announce the Great and Marvelous Transcendent Giveaway












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  • To be eligible, sing Jingle Bells backwards. Okay, we won't require that, but it sure would be fun to try. Don't you think? Just one little try? I dare you to make a you-tube video of it. Tell me about it, and I'll post the best rendition here on Rita's World
  • Deadline: midnight EST January 15, 2012
  • Drawing will be held the following week. Winners will be announced by January 22, 2012.
  • Each winner will receive one of the many prizes listed below.
  • For other chances to win prizes, visit the blog Goddess of the Corn or the Unlocking Books Discussion Group


No Purchase Necessary. But purchases of Transcendent: Tales of the Paranormal (eBook on Kindle & Nook is only 99c) and HONEST reviews and postings on Facebook & Twitter will be appreciated. Karma, luck, and blessings will follow you wherever you go...along with little blue birds who sing your praises. And furry woodland creatures will love you.

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Prizes:
Grand Prize Paranormal Survival Package:
  • the movie Beastly in DVD or Blu-Ray (winner's choice)
  • candy & popcorn (can't watch a movie without snacks)
  • paperback copy of Transcendent
  • eBook copy of Tears





OKAY, so that is the grand prize; now on to the rest of the prizes. And more prizes will be added before the giveaway is over.

Second Prize:  paperback Transcendent: Tales of the Paranormal


Third Prize:  paperback Tears by Rita J Webb


Fourth Prize:  paperback anthology Unlocked: Ten "Key" Tales edited by Wendy Swore and Rita J Webb




Fifth Prize: eBook Intrinsical by Lani Woodland



Sixth Prize: eBook When Kyle Comes Back by Melanie Marks



Seventh Prize: eBook Possession by Elana Johnson


Eighth Prize: eBook Sapphire Flute and eBook The Armor of Light by Karen E Hoover

   

Ninth Prize: eBook The Misadventures of a Teenage Wizard: Two Souls are Better Than One by Karen E Hoover



Tenth Prize: eBook Blank Slate by Heather Justesen



Eleventh Prize: eBook Bound by C. K. Bryant



Twelfth Prize: eBook Season of Sacrifice by Tristi Pinkston



Thirteenth Prize: paperback Watched by Cindy M Hogan




Fourteenth Prize: eBook Watched by Cindy M Hogan



Fifteenth Prize: eBook Wings of Light by Laura Bingham



Sixteenth Prize: paperback The Peasant Queen by Cheri Chesley


Seventeenth Prize: eBook The Wild Queen by Cheri Chesley


Eighteenth Prize: eBook Exiled by Rachelle Workman


Nineteenth Prize: eBook Become by Ali Cross


Twentieth Prize: ANOTHER eBook copy of Become by Ali Cross



Twenty-first Prize: eBook copy of Totally Cliché by Kasey Tross, Debra Erfert, Cathy Witbeck, & More



Twenty-second Prize: eBook copy of Four Houses by Tori Scott



Twenty-third Prize: eBook copy of Darkspell by Elizabeth Mueller



Twenty-fourth Prize: eBook copy of Vampire Rules by K.C. Blake

Purchase Information:
Paperback on Amazon: Purchase Now for $10.99!
Kindle: Purchase today for $2.99!
Nook: Purchase today for $2.99!

Transcendent: Tales of the Paranormal

Discover the secrets of a siren, fly with a hawk girl over the mountains of Montana, and flee supernatural party-crashers as the décor comes to life in this magical journey through paranormal stories.

Along the way, watch for ghosts in a haunted house, or ride through the moonlight with a stranger. Save a comatose boy who has lost his soul, and don’t forget to bring your garlic and wolfsbane—you never know when the shadows will snag you.

Transcendent includes eight stories of magic, love, death, and choice by some of the newest names in young adult fiction.


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Paperback on Amazon: Coming Soon for $10.99!
Paperback on Barnes and Noble: Coming Soon!
eBook on Kindle: Purchase today for $0.99!
eBook on Nook: Coming Soon!


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Phobias

Reading Magic on the Storm by Devon Monk this weekend, I came across this passage about an elevator ride:

He opened his mouth, thought better of it, and instead stood there and whistled.

Whistled. Using up all the air in the tiny, tiny room, filling it up with sound so that there wasn't even room for me to hear my own thoughts. There wasn't enough room for me to breathe. I closed my eyes and tried to picture open fields, blue skies, oceans, deserts. Big horizons, big space, big air.

Character flaws and phobias add color to a story. That elevator ride would have been boring otherwise. Drab walls, whirring noises, an annoying friend whistling.

I have a flaw too. I'm terrified of heights, and I have no idea why I feel this way. In high school, I couldn't get any higher than the second bleacher. Rock climbing with my fiance (now husband) at a rock wall studio, I could only climb two-thirds up the wall before I froze. Clinging desperately to the wall, I couldn't repel down until I had slowly crept down to the halfway point.

Working in a downtown 100 story building in Cincinnati, I had to take the elevator to the 70th floor. But I couldn't go past the 65th in the elevator. Even without seeing out the windows, I felt too high. I'd get off on the 65th and walk the rest of the way. Crazy, huh?

Hiking with my husband in Red River Gorge in Kentucky, I loved the mountaintops.

But I couldn't get within 6 feet of the edge. Even being that close, I had to sit down. If no one was watching, I'd have been lying on my belly.

Look over the edge? No way.

Worst was some indoor hocky stadium. No problems climbing up the steep stairs. No problems sitting at the top of the concrete tiers. But when I had to walk down, the world tilted at odd angles. I almost scooted down on my butt.

Except then I would have been trampled by the exiting throngs.

What about you? What are your fears? What are your characters' fears?