Thursday, February 05, 2009

February Contest - Collectible Harlequin 60th Anniversary Calendar

Tell Harlequin was kind enough to mail me one additional calendar. It's lovely and celebrates their 60 years and Diamond anniversary. Because I'm such a Harlequin Fan, I'm going to have entrants visit some of my favorite authors websites, answer the questions and post before the end of the month.

Ann Roth has a March release for Harlequin American Romance, Ooh, Baby! Question: What is Lily Gleason’s occupation? Roth website: here

Julie Leto’s Harlequin Blaze Something Wicked has a February release. Question: What happens to Detective Rick Fernandez? Julie’s website: here

In March, Dana Marton has a Harlequin Intrigue release Desert Ice Daddy. Sheikh books I love and this sheikh has found Taylor McCade again. Question: Why is Taylor so upset? Dana’s website: here

In honor of Sabrina Phillips Harlequin Presents debut book Valenti’s One Month Mistress, Question: why has Faye come to Dante Valenti? Sabrina’s website: here

Silhouette Desire author Jennifer Lewis has written the Hardcastle Progeny. Her second book In the Argentine’s Bed will be released in March. Question: What did Susannah have to do to get the DNA sample from Amado? Jenn’s website: here

HQN – Susan Mallery’s Falling for Gracie was a reissue. Gracie has returned to her home town Los Lobos. Question: What won’t the town residents let her forget? Susan’s website: Here

Silhouette Nocture February release by Maureen Child, Vanished. Question: Alison Blair came to what European Country duty-bound to tell Rogan of a sinister premonition. Maureen Child’s website: here

Answers can be found on the authors website or at EHarlequin.

Happy Anniversary Harlequin and good luck to one lucky winner. Be sure to leave an email so I can contact you or a link.

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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

The calendar is a hoot. The February cover is "Virgin with Butterflies" from 1949 -- seriously that's the title, and the picture is a woman surrounded by men's heads with butterfly wings coming out of their ears! Wild...


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