Monday, April 13, 2009

Contest!

Some weeks ago, I owned up to my latest addiction:
Facebook Scrabble.


Well, it’s getting worse rather than better. I am now scrabbling up license plates and billboards and junk mail flyers for new and better words, saying things out loud like, “My kingdom for a V.”

Because misery loves company(!), I thought we’d have a little contest, with one signed copy of any of my three novels going to three winners. (Winner’s choice.) I am going to list three words here, all scrambled up. Convert them into independent words and then a well-known phrase and send that phrase to me in an e-mail at admin@tinaferraro.com.
Here we go:

ZUZB
SLIRG
LOGB


Remember, send me an e-mail, don't post the phrase in the comments.

The winners will be announced next Monday.

Good luck!

15 comments:

TinaFerraro said...

The e-mails have started arriving...all with the right answer. Hope to hear from YOU, too! ;)

stephhale said...

Cute post, Tina. I just hope I don't need to plan an intervention anytime soon! ;)

Janie Emaus said...

I can testify that Tina does have a Scrabble addiction and I'm there along with her!

TinaFerraro said...

Thanks, Steph, and yeah, I've already "converted" Janie...

The Golfing Librarian said...

I too, am an enabler.

TinaFerraro said...

Yes, Chuck, you ARE!

Marley Gibson said...

You know...the most fun about Scrabble is trying to sneak made-up words by friends to see if they'll allow them! LOLOL!!!

Cara King said...

Wwo, ahtt si nuf.

TinaFerraro said...

Marley, that's true for real-time Scrabble, but on Facebook, you can only play dictionary-approved words. But there's two dictionaries to chose from in set-up.

Cara, khatsn!!! ;)

Tera Lynn Childs said...

Love the phrase, Tina! I love Scrabble in real life. (I used to be really bad at it, but since becoming a writer I'm much, much better.) But I'm afraid to get addicted to it on Facebook. It seems so, so tempting!

TinaFerraro said...

Yeah, TLC, stay far, far away...it's in your best interest!

Heather Davis said...

Tina, I think the next time we meet, the game is on! Do you do crosswords, too? ;)

TinaFerraro said...

Heather, I used to be a crossword puzzle fanatic, but after the second baby, that was one of those things that just went out the window...

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Thao said...

I love the phrase! : ) More games like this in the future, please.