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Wednesday, December 28, 2011


Whether you've read this month's Featured Fiction, CATCHING JORDAN by Miranda Kenneally, or not (we hope you have!) we have an awesome giveaway for you.

Miranda has been generous and awesome enough to contribute a Moleskin notebook and pens (just like her main character Jordan uses in the book) for one very lucky fan here on our blog. And her fabulous publisher has added a copy of CATCHING JORDAN in too! (stay tuned because we're also giving one away on Twitter) 

Since it's the holidays we'll make this super easy for you. All you have to do is fill out the form below and you're entered. Yep, that's it.

Contest ends January 1st at midnight EST. Two winners will be chosen at random. One for the journal and pens set and one for the book. Both winners will be contacted via email and announced here on the blog.

*Don't miss the super funny and sweet holiday short story Miranda wrote for our feature! You can find that here*


Tuesday, December 6, 2011

Featured Fiction CATCHING JORDAN Bonus Content!

We are so excited to be featuring CATCHING JORDAN by Miranda Kenneally this month as our Featured FictionWe love Miranda and her first book CATCHING JORDAN which is available in stores everywhere now. 
AND this... this is AWESOME!!  Thanks to Miranda we have a Bonus Chapter which occurs around Christmas, nine months before CATCHING JORDAN takes place.  This makes us VERY happy and we think you'll feel the same!!  Show Miranda some love in the comments and if you haven't picked up CATCHING JORDAN yet, visit our Featured Fiction Page and pick up a copy today!!  

“Guys Do Not Do Secret Santa”
Junior Year Following the Event that Shall Not Be Discussed: 
Me Blowing the Tennessee State Championship Football Game
(Nine months before the events of CATCHING JORDAN)
“I know you want them.”
“I know I want them,” Henry replies, rolling his eyes at the laptop screen. “But they’re $99.95. Why don’t they just make them $100? Really. Why would anyone think saving five cents would be a deal?”
“I’ll buy them for you.”
“You’re not buying them for me.”

I lean against his shoulder and stare at the picture of the gloves. They’re perfect for a wide-receiver, and well, Henry’s a perfect wide-receiver. Maybe I could tell his girlfriend, Carrie, to buy them for him for Christmas. He’d never accept them if I bought them for him. It would hurt his pride too much, even if we are best friends. He needs a great pair of gloves if he expects to play well next season. I’m hoping he’ll get a scholarship.
Henry goes on, “I could find five cents in JJ’s ass –”
“Gross,” I reply, elbowing him, knocking him over to his side of the bed. “I’m exhausted. Let’s pass out,” I say with a yawn. 
He shuts the laptop, sets it on my bedside table, and moves to lie down next to me.
“We have to sleep head-to-toe. You know Mom’s orders, man,” I say.