Okay, I had to join the meme-zy. 😉 I created this for my writer friends. ha ha
Welcome Friends! Here is a place for teachers, parents, librarians and writers to learn what's going on in the world of book author Karma Wilson.
Congrats! I should be getting these in the mail within the week! I use media mail so it may take awhile. I’ve sent you all requests for who to sign the book to. Keep in mind I mail using the USPS so make sure your address is recognized by the postal service. 🙂 Thank you!
Sheila O Lindsay
Corey Schwartz Pascale Mackey
Holly from St. Cloud
Kristen Dobler Stewart
NOTE: You can’t enter the contest in comments here! You need to use the contest entry form: www.karmawilson.com/contest.php Thank you all so much for liking my professional FB fan page! It’s such a great honor to connect with my readers and I love social media for making that so much easier. We have reached 500 likes which means it is time for a HUGE giveaway that I promised.
To enter go to my contest page and read the rules. http://karmawilson.com/contest.php Then answer this question (information can be found here on my blog and also on my facebook fan page):
What two gorgeous cities did I recently visit during a whirlwind northwest book tour?
Two dozen lucky winners will be chosen via random number generator to receive a signed book. (Sorry, I can’t honor special title requests as I give away what’s on hand). Thank you! Contest open for one week!
Up for grabs:
12 Signed board book editions of Bear Stays Up for Christmas
6 Signed hard cover copies of my poetry book, “What’s the Weather Inside”.
6 Signed copies of my newest release “Bear’s Loose Tooth”.
Portland and Seattle were amazing! So many wonderful people. I want to thank the booksellers and educators who went out of their way to bring me to the schools. And I would also love to thank the children, who listened with such wide eyes and open ears. Hugs!
Now it is back to writing and reading and getting situated for winter. I want to fill the kitchen with good smells, fill my mind with new ideas, and fill my computer with new stories and poems.