Saturday, August 28, 2010

The winner of the Name the Next Location will receive...

a downloadable ebook pdf of Agent Of Mercy as well as a Heavenly Autumn gift package containing seasonal candles, soaps and teas, and a special surprise gift that I'm sure you'll love!

So please enter the contest today. All you have to do is submit your entry as a comment. The location should be either a seaside, mountainess or lake area location, real or fictional. The winner will be announced on September 15th!

22 comments:

  1. Sannibel Florida would be a great setting for the book. Secluded community, absolutely beautiful, seaside location, and tight knit.

    Thank you! T.
    finalcutediting@yahoo.com

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  2. I would go with Durango Colorado, it's in the San Juan range and very beautiful there. There's a narrow gauge railway that runs from Durango to Silverton Colorado and people come from all over to ride on this train. There are several beautiful lakes nearby and out of all the places I've lived, the most beautiful. Purgatory, the ski resort is close too. It really has a lot to offer.

    seriousreader at live dot com

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  3. I would go with down east maine... the shore line is rock in places and sandy in others, and the weather is unpredictable which would make the story kinda unpredictable too

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  4. was i supose to leave my email too.. darn forgot that part got into describing maine lol okay redstar28@yahoo.com

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  5. I want to guess Hawaii where we can read about the sun and warmth while setting here in cold months of winter in PA. ha susan L.

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  6. I would recommend Northern California. It has the oceans, mountains, farms, and the weather can be anything you'd like. But I am also a fan of stories set in Texas.
    -Knicole louiesbaby13 at yahoo dot com

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  7. Hi Knicole. I love the spelling of your name. If you're a fan or Northern California, you'd love Eureka Point. That's where it took place. I love the dramatic scenery of Northern Cal. The way the mountains and cliffs meet the ocean, the rocky beaches, etc. Thanks! Betty Ann

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  8. I had the opportunity to visit Twisp, WA last May for a business conference up in their Sun Mt. Lodge and OMGoodness was it beautiful. The lodge is at the very top of a mountain overlooking a beautiful valley with lots of forest all around. There are plenty of lakes in the area for water recreation as well. Definitely check out the Sun Mt. Lodge website and you'll see what I mean. Our first day there now remember this was in May, it snowed! It was absolutely magical and I have plans to go back.

    yadkny@hotmail.com

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  9. rome italy be the place karen k521@msn.com

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  10. Hilton Head Beach, South Carolina would be a great place.
    nmjaw@yahoo.com

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  11. Hi Betty Ann,
    This is a series I have to put on my TRL.Just sorry I haven't read it as of yet.
    How about Cape May, N.J. Filled with old Victorian mansions and like stepping back in time it's beautiful.he Ocean is right there but it's a cozy little community.
    Carol L.
    Lucky4750@aol.com

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  12. I like the seaside in Spain.


    loretta
    lbcanton@verizon.net

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  13. Let's head south to San Diego or thereabouts for your next, Betty Ann! It's a warm, friendly place in weather, people, and food! What a wonderful sounding series!

    f dot chen at comcast dot net

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  14. I'm going to Tahiti. Sexy, exotic, and tropical with lots of beaches and sun.

    jpn_cowgirl@yahoo.com

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  15. Lake Okoboji in Okaoboji,IA also know as the Iowa Great Lakes. It is a beautiful area with the Loess Hills near by, it would make a neat setting for your story....

    -Brandy
    brandyzbooks@yahoo.com

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  16. Monaco is a great place. I love the homes on the hillside and the yacht harbour. And the casino is fun too. I would love to read a story about this location.

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  17. I think the endless mountains in PA needs to be used in a book. We have lots of mountain ranges and places like The Endless Mountains or World's End are all places way up in the mountains of PA. susan L. garysue@dejazzd,com

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  18. oceanview NC during a hurricane

    meandi09@yahoo.com

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  19. I left a comment the other day but not sure why it wasn't printed so will try again. I think the Endless Mountains in Pennsylvia would be a great place for the story. I love that area and so many areas where a story could be done. susan Leech garysue@dejazzd.com

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  20. I'm going to say Beachwalker Park, Kiawah Island, South Carolina. I recently saw photos of this online and it looked beautiful. Thanks!

    teresajb (at) swbell.net

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  22. Theresa and Susan, your comments and contest entries have now been added. Sorry for the delay!

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