A spectacular necklace would draw people’s eyes up to her face, away from problematic body parts. She slid open a drawer in her jewel chest and selected a necklace with a dozen strands of tiny, robin egg blue faceted beads. Sparkle-rama supreme. Flouncy skirt hip camouflage with a glittery, upper-level distraction. Outfit complete.
-Excerpt from Pies & Peril
In Pies & Peril the main character, Amy, loves jewelry. In fact, she has a huge standing jewelry chests that is almost as tall as she is. While I don’t have a chest like that (yet!) I do love jewelry. The bolder and funkier the better. In my life away from writing fiction I also design beadwork, mostly bracelets and necklaces. My bead collection rivals my book collection. Unfortunately, there aren’t virtual beads so I can hide the e-version on a handy electronic device like I do books.
To celebrate the release of Pies & Peril, I will be giving away some of my beads to a lucky reader. Of course, I’ve turned those beads into a necklace that I think will match just about any outfit. Kind of like the multi-tool of the necklace universe. AND you get a shiny new book to go along with the necklace if you win. Follow the Pies & Peril Blog Tour for more chances to win copies of the book. Check back here after the tour is over on July 27 to see if you won this prize! (All other winners will be announced on the hosting blogs.) Sorry, due to postage this contest is U.S. only. Enter by using the Rafflecopter below. Good luck!