Feb 19

Name That Book Contest

Here’s another reminder of a contest my good friend and fellow author, Mimi Barbour is running for the month of February.

After I listened to an old Elvis Presley hit called She’s Not You, I couldn’t get the words out of my head. Finally, it came to me. The sentiments were so beautiful that the story they told should be written. So, I wrote the first chapter and the song stopped haunting me. I released book #1 of the Elvis Series late in November.

ShesNotYou_Revised_CVR_MEDWhen it came time to decide which of Elvis’s song should be chosen for Book #2, I decided who better than the readers themselves to make the choice.


“Make an Elvis song into a book contest!”

Fresh Fiction

For details click on the Fresh Fiction  link above during February.

Please let all your friends know about it! Tell your mom and her pals who grew up with the King! Share this link with your Facebook buddies and twitter followers. It’ll be fun to see which of his songs will grace the cover of  Book #2 in Mimi Barbour’s Elvis series.

Here’s the prize:

  1. The winner will have his/her favorite song chosen as the title and theme for the next book in the Elvis series.
  2. It will be dedicated to the winner.
  3. And their name will be used for one of the characters.


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  1. Melissa Keir

    Elvis was a huge influence in my life. My mom adored him and I watched all his movies growing up. I even made my poor cat dance to his music. 🙂 I love that you have a book with his song as a title!

  2. Jo-Ann

    Hi ladies
    Love this contest idea.
    Best Wishes

  3. Mimi Barbour

    I’m so happy to be here Anna. I LOVVVE your new website. It’s perfect for you and to highlight your work. Thank you so much for letting me be your very first guest XO

  4. Mimi Barbour

    Hi Melissa, Thanks so much for leaving a comment. I’m laughing at your poor cat being made to dance but then who better to dance to than Elvis 🙂

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