Tuesday, 6 November 2012

Tuesday's Competition - What's the most interesting date you've ever been on?

It's Tuesday and that means another competition to celebrate the week long launch of my second novel, The Dating Game. Some great suggestions for yesterday's name the character comp, but since they are still coming in, what with the different time zones, I will leave it open for a wee bit longer.
In the meantime, let's talk about today's competition.
Very simple, all I want to know is What's the most interesting date you've ever been on? It can be somewhere great, or something great. Was it bungee jumping off the Bloukrans Bridge in South Africa, or scuba diving in Cayman, a slap up meal at a restaurant where it's difficult to get a reservation, or something more intimate, a rooftop meal prepared by your other half. (again, nothing explicit please!)
Simply leave a comment on the blog, with your email address, so I can contact you if you win, to be entered into the draw for £10 ($15) Amazon vouchers. (draw takes place Sat)

If you don't already have your copy of The Dating Game, why not?! Kidding! But if you'd like to find out more about unlucky in love, Scottish recruitment consultant, Gill, you can buy your copy here.

http://amzn.to/RuSl7Y (UK) http://amzn.to/WZQtZK (US)

And remember anyone who buys a copy of The Dating Game by Fri 9th Nov, automatically earns an entry into the Amazon draw.
Finally, don't forget to register your entry to today's competition via Rafflecopter, too, so that you get even more entries into the raffle for the 54 amazing ebooks on offer from over 45 authors.
Simply click the link and scroll down to the raffle form. Good luck
That's it for today - back tomorrow with another great competition for you


  1. One of my early dates with my now husband was white water rafting. I was an avid canoeist until recently. He didn't enjoy the rafting as much as I did but because he could see how much I enjoyed water sports he lovingly built a wooden canoe so that we could paddle together

  2. So my most interesting date..
    He messaged me on a dating site asking me my favourite sandwich filling (in this order its... pickle, cheese, lettuce, ham and mayo on granary) and then invited me out on a date to London (we live in the Midlands).
    He had tickets to a Jimmy Carr gig where Jimmy was performing for 50 people for the website Second Life (it was to be relayed back to his avatar via a man in a suit with lots of high tech looking 'balls' on it).
    I got to meet Jimmy and have a drink with him which was brilliant and me and my date (now my OH) are still very happily together...
    Oh and pickle, cheese, lettuce, ham and mayo sandwiches (in that order) are still our favourite :)