Want to be a Character in My Book?

The title of this post kind of says it all. I have two characters in Beacon: Book 2 in the Ronos Trilogy, one boy and one girl, who do not have any names. How cool would it be if your name was used for one of those characters?

There are three easy steps to enter this contest.

1) Read Catalyst: Book 1 in the Ronos Trilogy.
2) Write a review. *Make sure you use the word “chortle” so I know it’s for this contest.
3)Post your review on Goodreads or Amazon.

You will be able to brag to all of your friends that your name was used in an awesome science fiction book! How many people can say that? You may even get a free signed copy of the book your name is feature in; we’ll see how deep my pockets are when Beacon gets published.

*I know what you’re thinking. I’ll just pick the one that gives the most glowing review for Catalyst. That’s not true. I’m going to choose the winning review at Random. If you want to be considered one of the random entries for the prize then you need to use the word “chortle” somewhere in the review. Use it randomly or incorporate it into the review somehow. Hey, you could even include a link to this website. It doesn’t matter as long as it’s in there. I will only be entering reviews that use the word “chortle” into the random draw for the grand prize of having their name featured in Beacon.

Several copies of Catalyst stacked on eachother and fanned out.

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13 Responses to Want to be a Character in My Book?

  1. sasha says:

    well since my name already makes an appearance in the first one… I should probably make a comeback in the second!

  2. Anonymous says:

    I have never done a review before, but this means game on. Shand has been far to smug since Catalyst came out. Since I share a name with your sister, and that name had a quick apperence in Catalyst, would you be open to using one of my middle names if I win?

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  9. Betty Raymer says:

    My name would be great to use because I’ve never had my 15 minutes of fame!

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