Contest: Win 1 Free Registration to RomCon (Denver July 9-11)

I have an extra ticket to the new romance readers convention in Denver, July 9-11. It’s called Rom Con, and it’s sponsored by Borders. Unlike RWA or Romantic Times, this event has an exclusive focus on readers (so, workshops on “blogging”, or on “what readers want”, rather than workshops on craft or getting an agent). Lots of authors are attending, and, I hope, lots of readers. I am keeping a list of attendees here.

I have one free registration to give away, which normally costs $125. Meals — and everything else, including your travel and hotel — are your responsibility.

To enter, just make a comment on this thread. I will use random.org to choose 1 winner. One entry per person. And please, enter only if you plan to attend.

Contest will close Sunday May 16 at midnight EST. I will announce the winner on this thread.

11 responses

  1. I just heard about this and am excited to go. While I love hearings about the other writer-based cons, I am a reader and content to remain such.

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  2. Oh, how I would love to go!

    Thank you for doing this drawing – very generous of you. I’ll be on pins and needles the rest of the week!

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  3. I just discovered your blog today and look forward to following you. This is the first I’ve heard of RomCon, too. It looks like fun and I’d love to go.

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  4. I’m still totally on the fence about whether I want to go or not. I’m going to take this contest as a sign..if I win, I’ll go. If I don’t, I wont. (ok, maybe I’ll still go, but it sounded good, so…)

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  5. Ohh pick me. I want to go but couldn’t justify spending the registration money after going to BEA. As others have said this contest might just be fate knocking at my door.

    -Jess

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