Murder in a Basket ARC Giveaway- Week Four, final week

The holiday cheer continues with another chance to win an ARC copy of MURDER IN A BASKET!

Here’s your chance to be one of the first to read my second novel in the Agatha Award-nominated India Hayes Mystery Series.  I have one more Advance Reader Copy (ARC) available to give away, and you can win it! This is the final giveaway of 2011.

How the contest works:
Anyone who comments on my blog or my facebook page (http://www.facebook.com/authoramandaflower) with an answer to my weekly question about mystery fiction will be entered into the drawing for that week. If you post your answer in both places, you are entered twice and have a better chance to win! If you don’t win week one, don’t worry you can reenter the next week! You have three opportunities to win.

Click here for contest rules/exclusions.

Giveaway Question #4

Setting is important to any novel. If you could chose the setting of a mystery, where would it be?

Post your answer now to enter! Don’t forget, you can post the same answer on my Facebook Page for an additional chance to win!

This week’s contest runs Monday, December 26th- Saturday, December 31st. Winner will be announced Sunday, January 1, 2012, New Year’s Day!

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9 thoughts on “Murder in a Basket ARC Giveaway- Week Four, final week

  1. It’s always fun for me to read about new places but I also like to read books set where I live (Ottawa) or where I’m from (Montreal).

    Elaine

  2. My favorite setting would be where I feel it is home, Bloomington, Indiana. It is gorgeous in the autumn, has Indiana University, a hospital and so many interesting places. Great for a setting for a book.

    CarolNWong(at)aol(dot)com

  3. I think the creepiest stories are set where you generally expect to feel safe. The scariest monsters are under your own bed, you know? I work in a hospital and feel very comfortable there, and the focus on my work is birth and life. For me, a mystery set in a hospital would be unsettling, because it would be frightening and also because of the contrast between the setting’s emphasis on living and the story’s focus on death.
    Peace,
    Liv

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