to celebrate the arrival of autumn--a giveaway

Cool weather has finally arrived here in North Carolina, and it has been a long time coming. Fall and winter are my favorite writing months. Nothing I love more than curling up under a blanket to write a tale while the chill winds blow.

When I first envisioned the Katharoi series, I wanted to write one novel for each season. I began with autumn because it is my favorite.

So in celebration of the very first autumn that my debut novel is floating around in the world, I thought I would do a giveaway on Goodreads. From now through October 31, 2011, I am giving away two autographed copies of Miserere: An Autumn Tale, and I might just throw in some swag to the lucky winners.

So?

What are you waiting for? 

Goodreads Book Giveaway

Miserere by Teresa Frohock

Miserere

by Teresa Frohock

Giveaway ends October 31, 2011.

See the giveaway details at Goodreads.

Enter to win

 

heaven, hell, and research in MISERERE

Today I'm hanging out with John over at Dreaming in Books. I loved John's question, because he asked me about one of my favorite topics: research.

I did a lot of research regarding heaven and hell while I wrote MISERERE. Of course, I’ve been fascinated with hell ever since I was a child. I was raised as a Southern Baptist, and when I was young, I thought heaven sounded a bit dull. Hell, on the other hand, seemed like a really happening place.

Believe it or not, hell is mentioned very rarely in the Bible, so I turned to the Old Testament Pseudepigrapha for my angelology and demonology. When early Jews and Christians were compiling the libraries for their religious treatises ... [READ MORE]

And don't forget! You've got three different places where you can put your name (or flash fiction) in the hat to win a copy of MISERERE:
  1. At Brenda Drake's blog where you can win a copy of MISERERE by commenting;
  2. At the Night-Bazaar this week, you can comment for a chance to win; and
  3. RIGHT HERE, where your super writing skills can win all kinds of cool prizes including a query critique or a 25 or 50 page critique from my rock-star agent Weronika Janczuk!