Friday, February 12, 2010

Write and Win!

Shellie: Hey y'all! Monday night, Feb. 15th, River and I will draw a name from the hat and send someone a signed copy of each of our books, along with two All Things Southern t-shirts, one for you and one for a friend, that I'm tossing in just cuz. So, how do you get your name in the hat? The rules are simple:

1. Sign up to follow this blog. It won't hurt. I promise, and you'll be able to keep up with the tour!
2. Come up with a slogan for our tour and leave it as a comment.
3. Sit up pretty and be sweet.

River: Or Sit sweet and be pretty. Actually - just tell other people they are pretty no matter what. Specially the older they are. I don't care how you sit if you are reading one of our books. You can hang upside down off the couch.

Shellie: Okay, so that last one isn't exactly a rule. I think I was channeling Mama there for a second. But you have to follow the first two or game over.

Tread softly and carry a ton of books!

River: We apprecitate you keeping up with us cause God knows somebody needs to!
Shellie: Amen.

Keep reading and Keep believing!
Shellie and River

11 comments:

  1. Southern Wing and a Prayer Tour:
    Thelma & Louise ~ Southern Style

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  2. Crisscrossing the motherland like a chicken with its head cut off.

    Two peas in a pod.

    Cuter than two speckled pups in a red wagon.

    Hotter than two goats in a pepper patch.

    You ain't seen nothing like them in a coon's age.

    Ruffling feathers, chewing the fat, counting their chickens and biting off more than they can chew.

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    Okay. I'm done. Hope you got a chuckle or two. Have fun out there, and watch out for deer if River's driving.

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  3. Oh, my-- loving Thelma and Lousie Southern Style, Faye!

    And, mercy Tony, you've got several worthy contestants here. (I favor the headless chicken.)

    River, if you're listening, this is not gonna be an easy decision.

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  4. wing and a prayer tour:

    All Things" Saints"
    or
    Saints on the Road, again

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  5. You are all so right. Cept it is more like Lucy and Ethel than Thelma and Louise.

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  6. Angels of the airwaves at a bookstore near you.

    or

    Come talk books with two angels of the airwaves.

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  7. Kory,

    I must say Angels of the Airwaves really focuses on the fact that this is a radio show project not a regular book tour.

    Shellie? What say thou?

    River

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  8. My idea is "Southern Spice and All Things Nice!"

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  9. How about:

    "Suck your stomachs in, Saints!"

    or

    "Saints Signing Session Near You!"

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  10. The Southern Wing & A Prayer Tour: Covering More Spots Than A Flea on A Leopard

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