Monday, July 14, 2008

Summertime ...and the winning is easy

Summer Crowds at Mission Beach from Art.com


I want to let you know about a really funny novel and an awesome giveaway opportunity. I hope you'll check out, Fifteen Minutes of Shame written by my friend and bestselling author, Lisa Daily.

Fifteen Minutes of Shame is a hilarious beach read about what happens when America’s favorite TV love guru finds out her husband is cheating – live, on national television. I've read this book and highly recommend it for those of you who love a feel-good, woman-triumphs-over-all kind of read.

UPDATE: Lisa's Amazon.com special is now over but there are still opportunities for you to win free books! Read on...

If you'd like to win a signed copy of In Between Men, head over to Jane Porter's contest page. Also, make sure you visit my contest page to win a signed copy of my friend, Margo Candela's upcoming book, More Than This!

Hope you're having a great summer! I've been writing features stories for Rise Up, Latina Voz and Latino Future magazines, as well as my books. I'll be back on a more regular basis in the fall!
Best,
Mary

4 comments:

♥My Magazine♥ said...

I love It mary Castillo books!!!

WONDEFULL POST!!!

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Milly said...

I couldn't pass up a chance to get a sneak peak at The Ballad of Aracely Calderon. I just read it and loved it. It looks like the "pregnant pause" has been well worth it! I can't wait for you to announce the release date for your book. Thanks for giving us something to tide us over.

Mary Castillo said...

Thank you so much, Milly! I don't think I've ever worked this hard on a book but it's scary and exciting - mostly exciting - so we'll see where it goes from here.

Best,
Mary

Desiree said...

Hi Mary!

So, I finally got to actually read a book, it's hard now with my one year old son...I chose Switchcraft, read it in two days and LOVED it! I swear Nely is ME! LOL. This book was so relatable (I don't know how to spell that!) and I just couldn't put it down. I had to finish it so I could stop neglecting my son!

Anyway, good luck with the next book, I'm sure it will be as good as all the rest!

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