Friday, July 25, 2014

Deadly Errors Giveaway

Seize the summer!  I hope that my readers, like me, have been enjoying the warmer temperatures, and a more relaxed pace this summer.  Some of you may have noticed that I've been away from my blog the last few weeks; I took a break from blogging while we traveled to various states and cities for my daughter's college tour.  We visited many schools, and also had the chance to get together with family and friends. 

Upon my return, Jillian from Astor + Blue Editions contacted me about hosting a giveaway for a medical thriller, and I'm excited to jump back into blogging with this giveaway.  To celebrate the upcoming release in September 2014 of the new thriller novel Deadly Odds by Allen Wyler, a renowned neurosurgeon who retired from medicine to devote himself to writing full time after publishing his first two medical thrillers, Deadly Errors (2005) and Dead Head (2007), I'm very pleased to host a giveaway for Deadly Errors.  According to Jillian, the premise of Deadly Errors "is frighteningly plausible--it begins with a billion dollar computerized medical record system causing lethal healthcare foul-ups, and the main character, Dr. Matthews, is swept up in a deadly suspense mystery."  I've only read a few medical thrillers, but this one sounds quite compelling.  The giveaway is open internationally (U.S./Canada, print copy or ebook; ebook edition elsewhere).

  • To enter the giveaway for Deadly Errors, simply leave a comment. 
  • For another chance at winning, become a follower of this blog, or let me know that you're already a follower. 
  • For an additional chance, post about this contest on your blog, Facebook, Pinterest, or Twitter. 
  • For one more chance, mention a medical thriller that you enjoyed reading.  




    Enter by 5 PM PDT on Monday, August 18. One winner will be selected randomly, and announced on Tuesday, August 19.  Best of luck!

    Your comments are welcomed, as always. :)
  • 12 comments:

    1. Sounds like you guys had a great trip!! Glad to see you back!

      It's been a while since I've read a medical thriller, and this sounds really good!

      I'm an email follower: irbratb*@*gmail*.*com

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      I really enjoyed The Last Surgeon by Michael Palmer

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    2. Robin cooks medical thrillers some of my favorites.email follower lomazowr@gmail.com.will tweet@rhondareads

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    3. It sounds like a wonderful trip Suko! You were missed in blogland :)
      The books look good. How fascinating that the author is a retired neurosurgeon.
      Great giveaway!

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    4. Thanks for this wonderful giveaway. I have read another book by this author and it was memorable. I am an e-mail subscriber. saubleb(at)gmail(dot)com

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    5. Doctors who write are brilliant and multi-talented. This novel would be captivating and intriguing. Thanks for your feature and giveaway. elliotbencan(at)hotmail(dot)com

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    6. Welcome back! Not entering the giveaway. Just happy to see you blogging again. :)

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    7. Interesting concept involving computers. This giant IT systems have such a potential to cause havoc in our world. It is not surprising that fiction writers are exploring these possibilities.

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    8. The summer is going by way too quick Susan, but weather - wise it's been heaven;y. Have a great Sunday.

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    9. Welcome back! This sounds like a good book. I'm not entering the giveaway as I am hosting one at the end of the week too.

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    10. Welcome back, never heard of this author but it sounds good, I do enjoy medical thrillers. Good luck everyone, I follow your blog and thanks for the giveaway.

      Lainy http://www.alwaysreading.net

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    11. That sounds like a wonderful trip! I hope your daughter was able to find some great colleges that she would like to attend.

      I need to seize the summer myself - it has been going by way too fast!

      This post made me realize that I haven't really read that many medical thrillers? Am I too squeamish? Hmmm . . .

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    12. I really enjoy medical mysteries and since I have not read a book by this author yet, I would love to read it.
      I follow by email.
      I have read many of Richard Malby's books and have enjoyed them all.
      cenya2 at Hotmail dot com

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