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Monday, March 9, 2009

TWO TRUTHS AND A LIE - Blog Tour Spot for Daisy Chain

Daisy Chain by Mary DeMuth hit the bookstores last week. This intriguing book has a major theme of secrets. In keeping with that theme, I’m letting you in on three cool things about me. Only trouble is, two are true and one is NOT. It’s up to you, my dear readers, to figure out which is which.


1. On our trip to England, Max and I had a private tour of the Crown Jewels at the Tower of London.

2. On one of my recent trip to Starbucks, Garth Brooks and his wife, Trisha Yearwood, stopped in at the same time. Garth’s not a coffee drinker but Trisha adores her Starbucks.

3. I was born in Oklahoma, grew up in Texas, and now call Oklahoma my home. The only other state I’ve lived in is Missouri.

Which one is a lie? Leave your answers in the comment section, and a couple of cool things will happen. If you’ve already entered my contest to win a copy of Daisy Chain, your name will be added twice by commenting here as well. Also, if you participate in the Daisy Chain Blog Tour, you may be eligible for a grand prize which included signed (and kissed) copies of all three of Mary’s novels and bragging rights for being the winner. To participate in the tour go here.

My review of Daisy Chain.
An interview with Mary.
Purchase Daisy Chain here.
Visit Mary’s website, blog, or Facebook page.
Follow other bloggers on the tour to see what their truths and lies are.

Next Monday, March 16th, I’ll reveal which one of the things about me is a lie. Take a guess now. I know you want to.


Erica Vetsch said...

I think #2 and #3 are true, and if #1 is true, you and I have to sit down for a long chat!

Donna said...

I know the answer, but as her sister, I can't participate. This is a fun game to play in a group as a way to get to know people - we did it as an ice breaker at work when I was on a new committee.

carla stewart said...

Erica, HaHa--I'm not telling until next Monday. Thanks for playing.

Donna, thanks for commenting and not telling which one is a lie. You can still be in the drawing.

Myra Johnson said...

I'm with Erica. I have more trouble believing the Crown Jewels thing than that you ran into Garth and Trisha at Starbucks.

Camille Cannon Eide said...

Jumping on the bandwagon and voting #1 too, Carla. Although you did make them all sound so believable. Have you ever considered becoming a storyteller?

carla stewart said...

Myra, thanks for guessing. I know the suspense is killing you!

Camille, Aren't storytellers professional liars? I wonder how that would apply to me :-)

This is fun. Check out the answer on Monday when I will also announce the winners of the two Daisy Chain books.

Audra Krell said...

Since I already have Daisy Chain, I'll get risky and say number 3 is the lie. I still want the other books though Carla! : )

Danica/Dream said...

Wow... good lies! I'm voting for the Garth Brooks one. No way you got to know them that well at Starbucks!

Monica @ Paper Bridges said...

I'm going with no. 1. Private tour of the crown jewels. ha!

carla stewart said...

Audra, thanks for playing. Check back tomorrow for the "truth."

Danica and Monica, good to see you here. This has been loads of fun.