Monday, March 4, 2013

25 Page Personal Look at Your Novel--FREE!

Thought I'd give someone a chance to submit 25 pages to me for a
 free line by line and content edit!
If you've been looking for a chance to submit 25 pages
and a synopsis, now's your chance.
25 PAGES!
1) Leave a comment on why I should look at the beginning pages
of your novel and you get a chance to have me look them over. 
2) Follow me and you'll have two chances.
3) For three chances to have me look at your first 25 pages, leave the comment,
follow me, and tell me me what your favorite book is.
THREE CHANCES TO WIN A CHANCE AT A SUBMISSION 
WITH A GUARANTEED READ AND COMMENTS ON 
YOUR FIRST 25 PAGES AND A SYNOPSIS!
ONE
TWO
THREE
Don't miss out on this chance to have three chances!
I"m excited to work with a debut author:
ONE
TWO 
THREE
Send me the comment
the follow
and the
favorite book
and you'll have three chances to win an edit
and content suggestions...
I can't wait to hear from you!  
ONE
TWO
THREE!  
Contest ends on Wednesday the 6th!
Don't miss out, enter today.
Be sure and leave you email address so I can
contact you if you win!
Good luck!
        Blessings!!!!!!      

21 comments:

  1. I already follow you (I'm your groupie, in fact!! LOL).
    You should look at my beginning pages because I've been trying to write them for a LONG time, and you're one of my very favorite people of all time - and they asked about you yesterday ("hey - Jo? How's Linda Glaz doing?").

    And my favorite book? The Bible. Besides that? Can't pick one, but almost definitely something by Roseanna White. :)

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  2. Why? Because you're wondering how a young girl from Wales winds up with a baby that isn't her own and then deceives a wagon train of Quakers leaving the slave-holding southern states.

    I've been a follower for a long time.

    Favorite book (can't use the Bible since Jo did) so probably Redeeming Love by Francine Rivers.

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  3. You, two, are so funny! How am I so blessed to have such great writer friends? Yeah, Jo set the bar pretty high didn't she, Pegg?

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  4. I think you should look at my beginning pages because you know about the story I've been writing and would have input on whether or not I've got right - and I've been a follower for quite awhile - don't always leave comments but I sure do tag after you like a puppy dog.

    Favorite book - oh my - girl - I'm with Jo and Pegg - Nonfiction second - Franklin Jentezen - Right People - Right Place - Right Time
    Fiction - How does one choose from an entire library of keeper shelves? Jullie Lessman's books - can't even choose which of her seven or whatever I've read - they're all good and full of SIGH-WORTHY content.

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  5. Why? Because Pegg Thomas likes my writing (right, Pegg?), but I haven't been able to convince an agent to read my latest book yet. And because I really need help.

    My favorite book--that's so hard. Depends on the genre. I'd say my favorite of all time is Pride & Prejudice. My favorite book in the last 12 months--The Mountain Between Us by Charles Martin.

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    1. She's right, Linda. You should read her story. This chick can write. Can I vote for someone else???

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  6. Joy, you're hilarious. And Robin, oh yes, Pride and Prejudice. Movie OR book. I'm not particular, love it love it love it!!!!!

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  7. 1) Why? Because a Wounded Warrior's story must be told!

    Marine amputee Ross Wheeler can't understand why he's attracted to a shrink, much less a religious one. Navy psychologist Sara Doster isn't getting involved with anyone, much less an unbelieving patient, and certainly not another Marine.

    2) Following you right now!

    3) Favorite book: Secular? Above and Beyond by Sandra Brown. Christian? The Covering by Dana Pratola

    Thank you for the opportunity, Ms. Glaz!

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    1. Oh, and you should read this one too! I'm voting for another one. I can do that, right?!

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  8. Pegg,I had meant her choice of fave book, but you're right, the girl can write!!!

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  9. Wow, Linda, what a neat opportunity!

    Why? Because I get so caught up in talking and listening to my characters and thinking "wow, what a cool story." Then they tap me on the shoulder, saying, "Um... shouldn't you turn the computer on and write this down?" And unfortunately, it doesn't always look as cool on paper :) It could use the critique of someone who knows what she's doing ;)

    Favorite book ever is Wuthering Heights. Current favorite book changes often. Right now, it's Surrender Bay by Denise Hunter.

    Thanks, Linda!

    Samantha
    samantha {dot} jmj {at} juno {dot} com

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  10. Oops! Almost forgot...If I win, my email address is: jerichakingston@gmail.com

    Thank you!

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  11. WOW -- what a great opportunity!

    Why? Because you are on my "short list" of agents to query in the near future. I follow you on Facebook AND will now follow this blog too!

    Favorite book? That's a tough one. I've read so many good ones, it's difficult to choose one.

    Beth Steury
    mbsteury(at)embarqmail(dot)com

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  12. Great giveaway! I'd be silly not to try. Hmmm, why should you look over the beginning pages of my novel? Well, because I value your opinion--especially on how guys don't think. :) And my favorite book is still The Lord of the Rings trilogy. It's hard to knock that one off the top of the list.

    sarahgrimm99 (at) yahoo (dot) com

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  13. Why? You're tired of reading the same old stuff and you're ready to delve into something new and different with plenty of twists to peak your interest. LOL... And I'd love to have some editing.

    My favorite all time book. Hmmm. I don't think I can narrow from 100 to one and the list is always being added to.

    terriproksch@gmail.com

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  14. Why? Because if you like suspense, you'll love "Unharmed". It has plenty of it!!!!

    I just joined your list of impressive followers.

    And my favorite book of all time would have to Redeeming Love by Francine Rivers.

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    1. I've read this one too... and it's good. And a little bit spooky!

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  15. Sorry! Forgot to add my email addy: fictionwithfaith@gmail.com

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    1. Kara you won it! Please, at your convenience send it to Linda@Hartlineliterary.com.
      If you have any problems getting it through, let me know
      and I'll give you a diff email addy. Congrats!
      I look forward to the read!!!

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  16. Thanks ladies!

    Linda, what an awesome opportunity you've presented on your blog. I still can't believe I won!

    Pegg, you rock!

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