My Unfair Godmother ARC giveaway/ weigh in on the song


I’m having a book trailer done for My Unfair Godmother, and I have to say it’s going to be awesome. I’m having special effects. Things sparkle. I can hardly wait to show it to you. But first I need to choose background music. I’m torn between two different songs, both by the very talented Tim McMorris. One has lyrics, one doesn’t. I like the song with lyrics better, (It’s a love song about taking an adventure) but I worry that if people are listening to the words they won’t be reading those few sentences on the trailer. (Obviously I didn’t worry about this before. All of my other trailers have lyrics.)

And the instramental is also a great song.

So here’s the ARC giveaway deal. Listen to the links for both songs and tell me which you like better. Random.org will choose one of the commenters to give the ARC to.

Oh, and by the way, that female voice that pops in every few seconds and says, “Audio Jungle,” that’s just Audiojungle’s way of keeping you from stealing the song. That won’t be on the trailer.

http://audiojungle.net/item/successful-business-venture/154097

Or

http://audiojungle.net/item/youve-got-my-heart/157876

My Unfair Godmother ARC giveaway

Now that you’ve all finished Mockingjay (Do not tell me the ending!!! I’m still not done with it because my teenage daughter got to it first.) I know you’re all looking for some other awesome book.

And what could be awesomer (I know that’s not a word, but it should be) than catching up with our favorite incompetent fairy godmother, Chrysanthemum Everstar? So here’s your chance to win an ARC before they even go to the reviewers.

Just leave a comment telling me what you would do if a fairy godmother gave you a wish (and no cheating by asking for more wishes, or to have magic, or anything else that would give you more wishes.)Be sure to mention if you’re a blog follower since followers get double chances.

And remember–you’re agreeing to overlook that whole business about hay and straw not being the same thing and all the other little problems that I hope I caught in the last draft.

May the Random Number Generator be with you!