Saturday, October 30, 2010

Spooktacular Halloween Bash Guest Post and Giveaway#7: Jodi Langston-Contest Closed

I hope everyone is having fun reading all the guest post and entering the giveaways.  Today is the seventh day of the Spooktacular Halloween Bash and I welcome author Jodi Langston to the blog.

I've had a few unusual experiences i my life. One was seeing a ghost. I was in my living room one day and looked into the dining room. I saw a woman in a white torn dress standing there. I felt as if she was trying to tell me something. She was sort of traslucent but I couldn't see through her completely. We lived a half a block from the cemetery.

My most unusual experience was about two years ago. I was working the 3-11 shift and was about a mile from when I started feeling ill. I couldn't breathe and had an 'all gone' feeling. I was so greatful to see my son pull in the driveway right after me. I as diabetic and thought I was having an unusual low blood sugar reaction so I ate a handful of candy and sat on the couch. 

My son was extremely worried and asked if I needed the ER and I told him I didn't think so. More time passed and I improved little I told my son I felt like I was dying but I knew I wasn't. I went to bed around 2am and woke up the next day ... so all was good.

My son came home early from work the next day and told me his father, my ex-husband had died the night before. He later told me he dreamt about his father that night. We were all in court and his father was on trail standing before a judge. Maybe, he actually was standing before a judge, trying to explain the life he had lived.

Happy Halloween!

Jodi is a lover of nature and all things creative. She’s been writing prose and poetry since she first picked up a pencil. Jodi also draws and takes photos in her spare time. She’s a fan of the romantic suspense genre. She need plenty of action to go along with her romance so she tries to give that to her readers as well. 5% of Jodi’s sales go to diabetic research.  Visit Jodi at her website for another chance to win.

Contest Alert!! 
Jodi is offering ebooks of Always and her new release, Nature Of The Beast, to one lucky commenter.  Contest ends Nov 3.  Winner will be randomly selected, emailed and will have three days to respond before another winner is picked.  

To enter Jodi's giveaway, you must
  1. Read the Contest and Giveaway Rules
  2. Be a follower of the blog thru Google Friend Connect
  3. Leave your comment with your email addy in case you win

Good Luck!!

Spook you tomorrow when Moira Rogers hosts a winner’s choice ebook giveaway. 

11 Talk to me!:

Miranda Hardy said...

Sounds like an interesting read. I am a follower via GFC.

debbie said...

I would love to read this, it sounds really good. I am a gfc follower.

Misha said...

Sounds great ! I would love to enter.

Jolene and Family said...

Wow, those are some unique experiences. I found my best friends mother dead one morning and it was a horrific experience for any 16 year old to deal with. For a long time I blamed myself, thinking I didn't do enough. I was scared, and went through a year of counsling. My mom had a dream of her one night, which was odd because my mom never really liked her. In the dream she came to my mom and told her she was fine and happy and told her I needed to stop blaming myself because there was nothing I could of done. She also told my mom to keep an eye on her daughter for her. When my mom told me of her dream the next morning I was full of shivers and all the hairs on my arm were standing up, but at the same time I felt dissapointed that I never dreamt of her.
Your a new author for me and I'd love to read your work, your books sound really good

Kulsuma said...

Beautiful cover! Count me in please!


Judy said...

This sounds like a fantastic read!!

My mother had several experiences when she was alive. Her younger brother was killed by a beam falling on him at a construction site and my mother at basically the same time he died had a horrific pain in her chest and could not get her breath.


- Melissa - said...

Count me in!

*yadkny* said...

Hi Jodi!
That is quite a spooky experience you had! Some things are just coincidence, but then there are some that you know just aren't. Awesome that 5% of your sales go to diabetic research:)

*Blog Follower thru GFC

Judit said...

OK not very good idea reading ghost story at 2 in the morning...Still, great post!

judittten at gmail dot com

Jacinda (The Reading Housewives) said...

Thanks for the shot at winning!


Michele said...

What a great interview!
I'm a GFC follower (Michele)