Friday, March 27, 2009

The Last Chance Quiz

It's been a fun two weeks on tour. We've enjoyed meeting all of you and hope you had a good time learning about The Resqueth Revolution. The drawing for signed books for people who left comments is tomorrow. That means you still have time to pop over to a stop or 2 or 10 and leave a comment. At each stop, you can earn one drawing entry by simply leaving a comment. Deadline is 7 PM central time, March 27, 2009.

Now for that chance to win the grand prize–a signed copy of The Resqueth Revolution, a Resqueth pen, magnet and calendar, and a signed copy of Hacksaw, First in the Eva Baum Detective Series. The grand prize drawing is limitted to those who correctly answer all the quiz questions. Today's quiz has one question from each of the tour stops listed below for March 22-26. Please do not post your answers to in the blog comments. That would ruin the fun for others. We created a special email account for the quiz - RRQuiz@gmail.com. Please send your answers there.

Here's the quiz. Good Luck!

1) In Chapter Two, Steve Marks talks about medication prescribed to him. Did he take to the medication?

2) At Pop Syndicate, Angela Wilson tells us Mark writes in two genres. What are they?

3) Is the technique for writing violence similar to the technique for writing action? Hint: See Brain Cells and Bubble Wrap.

4) Before delving into part 2 of the violence article at Free Spirit, Mark takes a detour to discuss blog tour dress code. How does he prefer to dress?

5) In the final installment in the violence series (see Straight From Hel), Mark says, "One last approach to violence is the most disturbing for many people." What is that last approach he finds so disturbing?

6) Bonus question - which was your favorite tour stop?

That's it - have fun!

The full tour:

March 16 - The first review of The Resqueth Revolution at the Unwriter blog site and Chapter 1 of The Resqueth Revolution at Char's Book Reviews

March 17 - How to Write Exciting Action Scenes, part 1 at Write First, Clean Later

March 18 - Interview at Walk on Water

March 19 - How to Write Exciting Action Scenes, part 2 at The Dark Phantom.

March 20 - Mayra Calvani interviews Mark Phillips at Book Talk Corner

March 21 - Opportunity to win a signed copy of The Resqueth Revolution

March 22 - Chapters 2 and 3 of The Resqueth Revolution

March 23 - Angela Wilson Interviews Mark Phillips at Pop Syndicate

March 24 - How, When, and Why to Write About Violence in Fiction and Film ,part 1 of 3 at Brain Cells and Bubble Wrap

March 25 - How, When, and Why to Write About Violence in Fiction and Film, part 2 0f 3 at Free Spirit

March 26 - How, When, and Why to Write About Violence in Fiction and Film, part 3 of 3 at Straight from Hel

March 27 - Opportunity to win a signed copy of The Resqueth Revolution

March 28 - Winners Announced

Followers of the 2009 Resqueth Revolution blog tour have two opportunities to win a signed copy of The Resqueth Revolution.

Everyone who leaves a comment on the tour will receive one drawing entry per comment per blog site. At the end of the tour, two entries will be drawn at random and the winners will receive their very own, signed copy of The Resqueth Revolution.

Everyone who answers all quiz questions correctly will be enterred into a drawing for the grand prize – a signed copy of The Resqueth Revolution, a Resqueth pen, magnet and calendar, and a signed copy of Hacksaw, First in the Eva Baum Detective Series.

The Resqueth Revolution can be ordered from your favorite bookstore, purchased at bn.com , Amazon.com, or any e-bookstore.

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3 comments:

Charlotte Phillips, Co-Author of The Eva Baum Detective Series said...

Please send quiz answers to RRQuiz@gmail.com

thanks

Mark Phillips said...

Thank You to everyone who has visited me during this blog tour. Your comments were incisive and thought provoking. I had a lot of fun in our discussions.

I would also like to thank my marketing guru and lovely wife Charlotte. I think we can all say that this was an extremely well-designed tour taking us to a diverse and fascinating collection of sites which we will revisit many times. She has put an amazing amount of time and effort into getting everything just right. Thank you Charlotte.
Mark

Helen Ginger said...

You put together a cool tour, Mark (and Charlotte). I'm glad I got to be part of it. (The final anchor, the "disturbing" one. Yep, that's me.)