Wednesday, February 1, 2017

Newletter Subscribers: Win a copy of LOWCOUNTRY CRIMES!

Tai Randolph is accustomed to murder and mayhem...of the fictional variety. As a tour guide in Savannah, Georgia, she’s learned the tips are better when she seasons her stories with a little blood here, a little depravity there. She’s less experienced in real life criminality, however, preferring to spend her days sleeping late and her nights hitting the bars. But when she gets the news that her trouble-making cousin has keeled over while running a marathon, Tai finds herself in a hot mess of treachery and dirty dealings. Worst of all, the clues lead her straight into the moonshine-soaked territory of the most infamous smuggler in Chatham County—her Uncle Boone.

Enter to win your copy of Lowcountry Crimes, featuring the Tai Randolph novella "Trouble Like A Freight Train Coming," a prequel to the series and just one of the four novellas in this anthology. The contest begins February 1st at midnight and runs until 11:59 on February 19th. Get your entry in today!

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The fine print: No purchase is necessary. You must be at least 18 years old to enter and must supply either an e-mail address compatible with Amazon Kindle US or a mailing address in the continental US. The winners will be chosen by Rafflecopter from all entrants for the prize. The winner will be notified by email. Tina Whittle is not responsible for transmission failures, computer glitches or lost, late, or returned email. Prizes must be claimed within 5 days or they will be forfeited.


  1. I don't do Twitter... and nowadays I'm pretty glad about that!

  2. Just to let you know, I do not Tweet as it would be way too difficult to handle more messages with my very bad vision. And I just don't want to get caught up in that kind of Tweet atmosphere, so love to read real print books and e-books as a secondary way to read. Thank you for a chance to win your contest. That would be lovely. Cynthia

  3. Thank you both for entering! I am always experimenting with ways to have people enter -- I'll keep thinking!

  4. I don't do twitter but entered where I can.