Now, it's coming up on Christmas, which means I'm far too broke for a bigger giveaway like at my birthday. (And $475 plane tickets don't help ;) But I couldn't pass up the chance to do something.
The last couple years I've gotten a yearly single-page calendar from CafePress, because it comes in really handy at work to see the whole year at a glance. So this year I decided to order a pair of extras.
The illustration is from chapter 20 of my fifth Geren book, but there's nothing overtly fantasy about it. My apologies for the glare of the flash.
So if you have a use for a calendar like this, and you'd like to have one, feel free to comment below to get in on my drawing (assuming there's enough interest to have a drawing!). I'll probably pull the winners around Christmas Eve, and mail them out/give them out while I'm in California.
That's all, folks!
That would be so helpful at work. I've got a one page calendar they gave us when we first started working there, but it was for some anniversary thing & they're not offering them this coming year. It's very hard telling people what their due dates are, or what day it's on, without a calendar. LOL
You're going to California? Cool! You know, you're still going to have to stop by Idaho (*coughBoisecough* one of these days so we can have lunch or something. :D
Yes, you know how it feels when so many work items are spread out over months! I've been hurting lately because now it's December, I have to look at my tiny January preview on my monthly calendar, or get my lazy ass out of my chair and walk over to the 2011 department monthly calendar behind the 2010 one...just a pain. ;P
I'd dearly LOVE to get to Boise. Idaho is at the top of my 'states-I-want-to-visit' list, but life has a way of devouring my vacation time/money for vacations even when I'm trying to hold back. 2011 feels thoroughly booked already, but I really, REALLY want to make an effort for 2012, assuming the planet's still holding together...