In Sabotaged, Alaska’s iconic Iditarod sled race becomes a race against danger of a different kind for Kirra Jacobs and the McKenna family.
The actual Iditarod race doesn’t start for another 22 days (you can view the official website here), but I thought it would be fun to have our own competition here on the blog. Whether you’re a long-time McKenna fan who wants to help promote the series or a newcomer to Dani Pettrey’s suspense novels, here are some fun “checkpoints” to celebrate Sabotaged’s release.
The Grand Prize winner will receive a BHP suspense package, including the entire Alaskan Courage series, Deadly Echoes by Nancy Mehl, and an autographed hardcover copy of Unspoken by Dee Henderson. And, just for fun, a $20 Starbucks gift card so you can drink something warm while reading to keep the winter chill away.
Three second prize winners will receive a copy of Sabotaged (or Submerged, the first in the series, if they prefer).
To enter: the only thing you have to do to enter the race is comment on this blog post with name of your favorite book in the Alaskan Courage series. (I know, I know…it’s an impossible question.)
However, the more checkpoints you complete, the more chances you’ll have to win. Here are the categories you’ll find in the base camp entry form at the end of the blog post:
Checkpoint One: Visit Dani’s Sabotaged Pinterest board. If you have a Pinterest account, pin the book cover on one of your boards! If you don’t, enter in the form what Russian item comes into play in this story (a picture of it is pinned on the board).
Checkpoint Two: Share on Facebook which McKenna character you get from this quiz. (There’s a social media share feature at the end of it so you can pass it along to all your reader friends!)
Checkpoint Three: Visit this contest or this interview for Sabotaged on The Christian Manifesto and comment on one of the posts. (If you want to enter the giveaway while you’re there, that’s great too!)
Checkpoint Four: Comment on or share a post from Dani’s author Facebook page. (Make sure you’ve “liked” it too!)
This “base camp” entry form will be open until the end of February 18! Be sure to enter and spread the word to your friends—the race is on!