Thursday, May 21, 2009

"Query Tracker Turns Two--Let's Celebrate!"

Guess What! It looks like it's a proud parent moment--only I'm not the parent, and Query Tracky isn't exactly a kid anymore. But it's still the same excitement!

They're having a PARTY!

Copy and paste the link below the picture at the bottom of the page for more details. Oh, and there's also a little blog chain contest going on. The grand prize of this hulla-baloo is a FREE WEBSITE designed by the awesome Carolyn Kaufman and QT's daddy, Patrick McDonald. That's right. FREE. (They're the Purple Squirrel Web Designers. Check 'em out.)

You want that, don't you? Um, yeah..

You get one entry into the grand prize drawing for every contest you enter. (Details on the carnival page, click below.) You can also get another entry by helping us advertise!

Thanks, Elana!

Now here's how you do it: Simply make a post like this one you're reading on this blog. Make sure to use the wicked fun graphic and direct them to the carnival page for more deets. Then go here and leave a comment with your link and real name. Or email your link with your real name to any one of the members of the QT blogteam (listed on the right-hand side of the blog) on this page here. Use: Their Name(at)QueryTracker(dot)net.

They'll make sure you get in the drawing.

Be sure to tell your readers to EMAIL THEM (or comment here) your link and real name so they can put your name in the drawing. You can link to this post so everyone knows how to make sure they're entered for the FREE WEBSITE!

And hurry! You must have your blog post up by next Saturday, May 23 to get the extra entry.

Spread the word! Win a FREE WEBSITE!


Helen Ginger said...

Cynde, I assume you use Query Tracker. What do you think of it? Have you posted about your experience with it and I missed it? I'd be interested in hearing your critique of it.

Straight From Hel

Cynde L. Hammond said...

Hi, Helen!

Sorry I didn't answer your question sooner, but somehow this one slipped right by me!

I haven't been a member of very long, but out of all the websites that I belong to, and there all MANY, it is by far my favorite one.

Right now I am in the process of working on my first novel (I'm actually working on two).

I am eagerly anticipating (and a little nervous about) the moment when it will be time for me to send out query letters to agents.

I'm sure that by using, the whole experience is going to be a positive one for me.

Thanks for always being interested and supportive, Helen; you've been a good friend.