To see the official rules for Twenty-Nine Reasons to Love Rose Gardner, go here.
Denise again. Remember how I said it all started with Twenty-Eight and a Half Wishes? Well, the beauty of the Rose Gardner mysteries is that each book is a standalone. Much unlike my other books! So a reader can pickup Twenty-Nine and a Half Reasons without having read the first book and just be fine. But why miss out on how it all began? Don’t you want to read about Rose’s blind date with the Pillsbury Doughboy! Or when she bought a nightie Walmart? (Scandalous!?!?) Or Joe teaching Rose the rules of drinking on her front porch…(I think that was my favorite scene to write in the whole book.**)
Today’s reason to love Rose Gardner is:
An autographed print copy of Twenty-Eight and a Half Wishes!
Trust me, you’re gonna need to read Twenty-Eight to know the answers for Part Two of Twenty-Nine Reasons to Love Rose Gardener! (And the giveaways in Part One are nothin’ compared to some of the things we’re giving away in Part Two.)
I have something else to add!
An autographed print copy of an ARC* of Twenty-Nine and a Half Reasons!!!
(*ARC: Advanced Release Copy– this book WILL have typos because it hasn’t been through proofreading at time of printing.)
Today’s question: In honor of my favorite scene to write in Twenty-Eight and a Half Wishes, what was one of the first “rules of drinking” that you learned? You have until Thursday night, midnight CDT June 21 to leave a comment. Winner will be picked with Random.org.
What was the first “Rule of Drinking” that you learned?
** When I wrote the front porch scene with the rules of drinking, I was on Twitter and Facebook asking for suggestions to include in the rules. I also started a challenge. It was Facebook folk against Twitter peeps to see how many people I could get drinking while I worked on Rose’s first experience with alcohol. It was close, but Facebook won– MUCH to my surprise!