New Linda Gerber!, Writing Chain, and Book Award

Linda Gerber has a new book out:
Hacked, the third episode in the Lights, Camera, Cassidy series.

To celebrate, she's running a giveaway for the next two months! Spread the word (tweet-ready!):

"Lights, Camera, Cassidy Charmed Summer Giveaway! Win charms, one-of-a-kind charm necklaces, even a chance at an iPhone 4!"

Someday I hope I get to celebrate a book launch (future ROW80 goal!)...

Meanwhile, I've made a list of all the missing scenes in Ayten's story, as well as the names I still need, including a couple of priests, a handful of Castilian brigands, a kitten... Any suggestions?

The other thing I've been doing really well for two weeks now - surprise! surprise! - is keeping up a writing chain each morning. Love me that shiny new story!

I got the chain idea from Jenny Maloney's blog:
Step 1: Get a big calendar.
Step 2: Draw an X on each day you write. (After a few days, you'll have a chain of Xes)
Step 3: Don't break the chain.
I've gotten an award from Chris Fries!

"This award is for book bloggers only.
To receive this award the blog must be at least 50% about books (reading or writing is okay)
Along with receiving this award, you must also share the top five favorite books you have ever read
(more than five is okay)
You must give this award to 5-10 other lucky book blogs you adore."

Since my favourite books are obvious (including, at least, The Lord of the Rings, Outlander, Anne of Green Gables, and so on), I'm going to list five that I don't talk about often enough:

Five Classic Novels That I Love

1. White Nights by Fyodor Dostoyevsky
2. Nineteen Eighty-four by George Orwell
5. anything by Evelyn Waugh and Somerset Maugham

Chris passed on the award to everyone he follows, and I'm going to do the same!

Which books will you choose?

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