Sunday, February 01, 2009

Chick-lit Trivia Game

Hey guys, here's a fun contest/ game being hosted by Sandra Lopez on her website. Check it out!

The schedule is as follows:

Feb 1-Mary Castillo---"In Between Men"
Ends Feb 7

Feb 8-Lara Rios---"Becoming Americana"
Ends Feb 14

Feb 15-Caridad Ferrer---"Adios to my old life"
Ends Feb 21

Feb 22-Margo Candela---"Underneath it all"
Ends Feb 28

Here's how to play:
1. Go to Sandra's website at www.sandralopez.info

2. Click on "Sandra's Online Book Club"

3. There, you will find a trivia question for that scheduled date based on the specified author's book. The answer will only be found in that book. Contestants will have a week to find the answer. A hint will be provided.

4. To submit an answer, simply click the link that will send you to the contest entry form. Fill it out and send it.

5. A winner will be chosen from the "correct answer" pile on each of the ending dates. The results will be announced the same day. Four winners will walk away with a $10 Borders gift card.

But wait, that's not all.....
There will also be a Grand Prize Winner announced on the very last day of February.

Grand Prize: A free autographed copy of Sandra's wonderful book, "Esperanza"

Here's how you could win the Grand Prize:
Along with each trivia question, Sandra will post a discussion question for that same book. Participants who share their comments by posting them on her book blog will automatcially be entered for a chance to win the grand prize. By posting on all four discussion questions, your chances of winning are four times greater! Please note that you may only post once for each question. Multiple posts will not be considered.

So head on over and good luck!

Lara

1 Comments:

Blogger sefi said...

Hello Lara, I am in the middle of reading “Becoming a Latina in 10 Easy Steps” and although I find it fun and entertaining, I keep coming across errors that have no place in a book written by a Spanish speaker. For instance “agua de zandia”, zandia??? where in the world did you see sandia written with a “z”, and “Encenada, Mexico” did you mean to say Ensenada?? Please, unless you really intended for those words to be misspelled, you really should do a spell and grammar check on your Spanish material, or have someone familiar with the language do it because such errors distract from the story when it is read by Spanish speaking readers.

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