Book Giveaway Contest Thru December 12

I’ve got a spanking new copy of Emissary up for grabs. Emissary is book 1 in the Legends of the Realm fantasy series by Thomas Locke, who happens to be a Blogging Bistro client.

Book 2 in the series, Merchant of Alyss, comes out January 5. What better way to get ready for book 2 than to read Emissary?

EMISSARY and MERCHANT OF ALYSS by Thomas LockeContest guidelines

Entering is simple. Click the Rafflecopter widget/link below and follow the instructions. You’ll be prompted to leave a comment on this post. Here’s the question I’d like you to answer:

If you had magical powers, how would you use them to battle evil and make our world a better place?

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Contest closes Saturday, December 12, 2015 at 11:59PM PST.

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  • michal

    yes,i would.

  • Diana Flegal

    I would construct a helmet to be placed on the heads of all participants in mandatory peace talks, that would filter out and eliminate selfish motives and private agendas. This would promote healthy unbiased ideas, taking into consideration the true good of ALL peoples.

  • Susan

    Why, of course!

  • Love it, Diana. Very creative. At first, I thought you were going to say that you’d zap the brains of the participants with an electric shock if they showed selfish motives and private agendas, but that would kind of defeat the purpose of peace and goodwill! I think I’ve been watching too many sci-fi movies.

  • Jessica Bertrand

    I think it would be neat to be able to knit as easily and quickly as a spider. Who does like things that are home made? While I know there true evil exists, sometimes people need to know there is someone out the who cares. Besides, you could always use it to explain the gospel.

  • Quick knitting. I think you’ve hit on something, Jessica.

  • Jessica Bertrand

    Wouldn’t that be great?!

  • Janet Ann Collins

    I would read the minds of all the world leaders, then hypnotize them to prefer peace over power.

  • Great idea. If only we could do this in real life!

  • Susan Marlene Kinney

    Oh goodness! I’m catching up on my emails and I came across this book give away! I’ll pay attention for sure next time around! Sounds good!