Thursday, February 4, 2016

Dying Light #Audible and #ebook #Giveaway

Hi everyone!

I'm taking a mini-break from my 2016 Power Project #BetheChange campaign to make a Jesse Sullivan service announcement.




The fourth novel in the series, Dying Light is now available on audiobook. I know! It's so awesome. Hollie was amazing as always and I can't wait to put it in your hands.

In celebration of the release, I'm hosting a giveaway. So interact with the rafflecopter below for your chance to win! :) If you simply cannot wait, or have audible credits to burn, you can find the book here.

xox

Kory




a Rafflecopter giveaway

12 comments:

  1. That's great news, Kory. I hope I will win ;-)
    Ekezes

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  2. I don't care to be remembered. I want my body to be used for what it can, organ donation, research study, whatever and the ashes thrown out somewhere.

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  3. Hopefully I'm remembered in an eternal light, not a Dying one. ;)

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  4. I would like to be remembered at a festive ash spreading ceremony. Folks should celebrate my life and each other.

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  5. I prefer not to die. I'm hoping science will have found a cure for aging and illness and ensured that I don't have to suffer from this horrible fate. :)

    If I MUST die, I want a ceremony of life, with people remembering happy things I've said or done (which are few lately, since my health is failing rapidly due to various illnesses). I want my favorite foods and beverages served, my favorite music played, and people to celebrate life. Death is only a small part in the cycle of life. Let it play a small part in my remembrance. I hope I will have accomplished something positive, no matter how minor, that improved someone's life, prior to my own death. That is accomplishment enough for me.

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  6. well ... I hope I'm remembered for the good things I did and nothing bad ... lol

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  7. I only need to be judged by the kindness of the children and grandchildren I leave behind.

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  8. Hopefully as one whose work helped people and left them with a laugh or smile.

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  9. I'm hoping ti win but if I don't I am still going to get this to go along with my e-copy and my paperback copy of the book.

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  10. After I die I want to be remembered as a good friend and a mentor to others. As well as a caring person and someone who could be trusted and relied upon.

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  11. I'd like to be remembered as a decent and kind human being.

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