To enter the Voyager Valentine’s Day Character Dating Contest, read the dating profiles in this entry of 2 characters from my forthcoming novel Among Wolves (HarperCollins UK May 2015) then ‘match’ any one of them with a character from the author blogs listed below — these other Harper Voyager fantasy and science fiction authors will also be sharing dating profiles of their crazy, intriguing characters. Leave a comment on the author posts of both ‘matches’. Each comment serves as an entry for both authors’ prizes. Each author will offer a different prize. There will be one winner on each blog. Check in periodically, as more blogs and characters may be added.
The contest runs from February 2-February 16.
U.S. RESIDENTS ONLY.
I am offering two beautiful Peter Pauper Writing Journals from Amazon as prizes. Here are my characters:
- What are you most afraid of? Some of Llisé’s Master Bards have died mysteriously with the loss of huge amounts of the provinces’ oral Chronicles. I planned a 15 month tour of the provinces to collect as much remaining information as possible.
- What is your career? I am a trained historian and archivist at Llisé’s Académie.
- Where do you live? I live in Vienne, the capitol city of Llisé.
- What accomplishment are you most proud of? I memorized the first volume of Bardic Songs before I was six and graduated from Llisé’s Université at the age 14.
- Who is your father and what does he do? My father is The Chancellor Elite of Llisé.
- Who is your father and what does he do? My father is Armand Vielle, the Master Bard of Ombria.
- What are you most afraid of? My father’s life is in danger. Some of the Master Bards from adjacent provinces have been murdered.
- What is your career? What’s a career?? I cook and clean all day for my father at Ombria’s Bard Hall.
- Where do you live? I live in a very small town called Lac Dupré, in the province of Ombria.
- If you had your friends over, what would you serve? I’d serve a savory cassoulet, crusty homemade bread, fragrant wedges of wedges of Ombrian cheese, and a good bottle of wine.
FOR MATCH-UPS, HERE ARE THE PARTICIPATING AUTHORS AND THEIR FABULOUS CHARACTERS AND BOOKS, ALL FANTASY AND SCIENCE FICTION:
A.F.E Smith (DARKHAVEN July 2015) http://www.afesmith.com/blog
Bishop O’Connell (THE STOLEN Available now) http://aquietpint.com
Ingrid Seymour (IGNITE THE SHADOWS April 2015) http://ingridseymour.com/blog
Andy Livingstone (HERO BORN April 2015) http://www.andylivingstone.com/blog
Christi Whitney (GREY Available 2015) http://christijwhitney.com/?page_id=52
Nancy Wallace (AMONG WOLVES May 2015) http://www.fairysockmother.com
Alison Stine (SUPERVISION April 2015) http://awfullyserious.blogspot.com/
Jack Heckel (ONCE UPON A RHYME Available now) http://jackheckel.wordpress.com
John Ayliff (BELT THREE June 2015) http://johnayliff.com/blog/
Brooke Johnson (THE BRASS GIANT May 2015) http://brooke-johnson.com/
Lexie Dunne (SUPERHEROES ANONYMOUS available now) http:/www.dunnewriting.com/
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Jeanette Vielle, Emmerich Goss
I matched Devin with Petra. I thought that they were both very focused on knowledge, but in different ways. Devin seems to be trying to collect it while Petra is focused on discovery.
It was kind of hard to find a good match since Devin’s profile seemed to talk more about what he has done rather than his likes.
I was wondering if the winners for your contest was chosen yet. Though i can understand if the contest was cancelled due to low participation.
Actually, I was just going to email you. We extended the contest until the end of February but I didn’t have any other entries. I chose you as the winner because I thought you had put a lot of thought into your answer. I will send you the journals straight from Amazon. Would you be able to email me your address? My email is: firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you so much for participating!
I have tried sending a couple emails. but they keep giving me error messages. Perhaps I am making a typing error. Could you please email me at email@example.com and I would reply to your email?