I've got a special guest today--author Jaclyn Weist--to tell you about the blog tour for her new book Twist of Luck, Book 2 of The Luck Series. You can see my review of Book 1 here.
Take it away, Jaclyn!
Every day a different blog will post a question. When you find the answer, send an email to me at: firstname.lastname@example.org
I will draw a winner each day from those that got it correct. You can find the answers on Wikipedia.
The answers will also be posted the next day on the next post in the tour, along with the next trivia question. Some questions deal with colors of the rainbow. Other questions deal with leprechauns.
And, of course, at the end of the rainbow, there's a pot of gold. In that pot of gold will be an Amazon gift card! Those that answer questions by sending me an email will be entered to win the gift card on the last day.
And don't forget to purchase a copy of book one, Stolen Luck. The great news is that it's $.99 right now! That link is here.
Ireland's nickname is the Emerald Isle because of how GREEN it is.
What do leprechauns usually do for a living?
The prize: ebook of A Change of Plans
About Twist of Luck:
Megan finally has her luck back and hopes that life will return to normal. Unfortunately, the magical world has other plans. Suddenly, she find she has fairies following her to provide security, dragons become a constant threat, and an imp tracks her every move. As if that wasn’t enough, her luck begins to manifest itself in ways she could never imagine.
Jaclyn is an Idaho farm girl who grew up loving to read. She developed a love for writing as a senior in high school, when her dad jokingly said she was the next Dr. Seuss (not even close but very sweet). She met her husband, Steve at BYU and they have six happy, crazy children that encourage her writing. After owning a bookstore and running away to have adventures in Australia, they settled back down in their home in Utah. Jaclyn now spends her days herding her kids to various activities and trying to remember what she was supposed to do next.