Release of Jump & Contest!

And the Contest Winner is:

Comment #10 D.M. Cunningham said,

I would tell the pathetic fool to go ahead and stab me as I appeared behind him. That’s right, he has a death grip on my doppelganger. Surprised? He had no idea the force of darkness he was messing with. Plunging to the depths below is exactly what we are going to do with him. The children are hungry and their inky tongues lash upward because they need to feed. Don’t worry my sweets, we will be bringing home dinner. This murderous nincompoop never had a chance.

Release Day!!!

My debut short story, Jump, is released today! Hooray! Thanks to everyone for your support so far! 😀 😀

😀 I’m so excited to see Jump has already risen to #3 on OmniLit’s Top 10 Best Seller List (as of Dec 15)

First some promoting.. and scroll down to win a free download!

If you were told to jump off of a bridge would you?

Perhaps it would depend on who was doing the asking. Our heroine has spunk and a sense of humor, however suffers from an extreme case of inappropriate clothing. When things take a turn from dangerous to worse what will she do when fantasy becomes reality? Warning: May include hot leather clad men, singing and demons.

You can BUY NOW at Omnilit!

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Check out Jump’s Reviews on Goodreads!

Contest! contest closed

You’re on a bridge, a knife to your back. He wants you to jump into the seething darkness below.

If you do, you will die. If you don’t, he will kill you. What would you do?

Leave a comment with your answer, and also your twitter id or email so I can contact the winner.

~If more than 15 people submit an answer another winner will be chosen at random! The Catch: Random winner must be following my blog- so click that subscribe button and note in your comment if you’re following! 😀

Please feel free to share about this contest! Tweet, email, facebook as much as you like!

RULES:

-Open to everyone!

-One submission per person please!

The best answer will be chosen Dec 16th! Winner will receive a free download from OmniLit of Jump (or if you have already purchased Jump, another 0.99 OmniLit download of your choice.)

-Winner will be posted here, and also tweeted.

-Don’t forget to include contact info! If winner cannot be contacted by Dec 17th a new winner will be chosen.

Have fun and happy reading!!


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About jlwylie

Stay at home mom of 2 boys, avid reader and writer. Published by Untold Press

24 thoughts on “Release of Jump & Contest!

  1. Marissa Farrar says:

    Congrats on the new release, Jen!
    For my answer; he would have to kill me. I wouldn’t go down without a fight! 😉
    marissafarrar@hotmail.co.uk

  2. Anita Wakeham says:

    I would take flight into the seething Darkness below, I may never reach the bottom, I shall deprive him of his blood lust and leave him unknowing, always having to look over his shoulder wondering if I died or not. One should never assume.

    I am subscribed Jen and on twitter I am Anita_Poetess.

  3. lil_monmon says:

    Congrats on your book release! Well done!

    I would totally chance the drop. There’s that survival instinct in humans that makes them fight to live even if the chance is slim. Judging by the scenario, I have no doubt whassisname will kill me, but if I jump who knows? If there’s a .00000000000000001% of survival in the fall (as I kid myself there might be) it’s worth taking. Whatever’s down there might be kinder than the knife anyways.

    (am following now).

  4. Sessha Batto says:

    I’d jump . . . but I’d have to pull him down with me. It’s my nature, I’m afraid 😉

    Congratulations Jen!!

  5. Anita Wakeham says:

    Ahhh I forgot to say congratulations on the book release, I have been so ill the past three weeks I think it is effecting my mind. ;0]

  6. Stephanie says:

    I wouldn’t jump. I would have to try and talk him out if killing me, that and I’m more afraid of falling to my death than I’m afraid on knives.

  7. Trisha Wolfe says:

    Congrats!!! I’m so proud and happy for you =) I’m jumping!

  8. shaydenfl says:

    Easy. I would pretend to sneeze. As I did, I would kick upwards behind me grinding his you know whats int a fine paste. As he writhed in agony, I would flip him over the edge. Once I saw him plummet, I would slowly crawl down the side of the bridge just to make sure the seething darkness finished the job. Seething darkness rocks.

  9. Congrats on the book release! I must say I enjoy how you turn a phrase.
    Now, If someone told me to jump into a dangerous situation, I’d try to talk them out of it and be my own hostage negotiator. Probably not very effectively, but that’s what I would do. 🙂

  10. Huge kudos to you, Jen. What an amazing accomplishment.

    I would tell the pathetic fool to go ahead and stab me as I appeared behind him. That’s right, he has a death grip on my doppelganger. Surprised? He had no idea the force of darkness he was messing with. Plunging to the depths below is exactly what we are going to do with him. The children are hungry and their inky tongues lash upward because they need to feed. Don’t worry my sweets, we will be bringing home dinner. This murderous nincompoop never had a chance.

    Subscriber, tweeter, doppelganger.

  11. mirari says:

    I think I’d psych him out before jumping, something along the lines of I’m a nun and it’s a sin to kill a nun. Might work?
    ccongrats.
    coleette

  12. Josiah May says:

    I would collapse and pretend I was out cold. Probably what would happen in real life.

  13. Verna Clay says:

    I’d do a karate chop to his “privates” with my elbow and run like hell!

    I’m following you on twitter and just subscribed to your blog. Congratulations on your book!

  14. Matt Smith says:

    If there is a possibility of that happening I may not be leaving the house.

    Then again there is always the possibility of gravity giving up just as you jump?

    I’d jump.

  15. Lisa Hollar says:

    I stand at the abyss, a knife in my back. If I jump, may I die. If I stand and fight, I may die. My chances of surviving, if I stand, slim. I am fat and out of shape. This hulking man would overpower me with ease. Closing my eyes, I leap, falling, like Alice, into the rabbit hole.

    Hey, Jen! I’m jezri1. 😉

  16. Lisa Hollar says:

    Oh, and I am following! 🙂

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