Thursday, October 21, 2010

Giveaway with Candace Calvert for Code Triage!!

Hi Charity!

 It’s great to have a chance to mingle with your delightful readers again—and to offer your lucky winner a signed copy of Code Triage, my newest medical drama.  Here’s what folks are saying about this exciting third book in the Mercy Hospital series:

“ . . . an adrenalin high with professional realism ripped from today’s headlines and enough romantic tension to spike your pulse.” –Julie Lessman, The Daughters of Boston series


"If you need an infusion of hospital drama, Code Triage is just the prescription!"
-- Irene Hannon, bestselling author, Heroes of Quantico series

“This is great writing that’s full of faith and hope."
--Richard Mabry M.D. author of Code Blue

“. . . ratchets up the action . . . readers should definitely pick up . . .” –Romantic Times,  4-Stars

 
And here’s a description from the back cover of Code Triage:

Dr. Leigh Stathos likes her ER shifts fast, furious and adrenaline-infused, “Treat ‘em and street ‘em” with no emotional complications. Life’s taught her a soul-rending lesson: nothing lasts forever, including marriage. The clock is ticking toward the end of hers. Then an unwelcome confrontation with “the other woman” begins a whole new set of lessons.

San Francisco police officer Nick Stathos never gives up, whether protecting his patrol neighborhood, holding fast to faith—or trying to save his marriage. Seven days is all he has to reach Leigh’s heart. But when a desperate act of violence slams Golden Gate Mercy Hospital into lockdown, it starts a chain of events that will change lives forever.

For more information and to read the dramatic first chapter of Code Triage, I invite you to visit my website at:

Happy reading . . . and good luck!

Candace

READERS-Candace has so graciously offered to giveaway a copy of her new book, Code Triage, to one of my blog readers. To enter, the MANDATORY ENTRY, is to leave a comment telling me if anyone in your family is a nurse or a doctor? This must be done before the extra entries. Thanks!

EXTRA ENTRIES-Please leave a separate comment for each entry. 
1.Do you have a medical story to tell? Leave it here in a comment:)
2.Follow my blog through GFC.
3.Follow me on Twitter
4.Sign up for Candace's newsletter. Get 2 entries for this.  She often has contests:)
5.Follow Candace's blog. She sometimes has giveaways on there as well. 
6.Follow Candace on Twitter. 

This giveaway will end 10/28. Winner will be chosen through Random.org They will have 48 hours to respond before another winner will be chosen.

79 comments:

Linda said...

I have a nephew-in-law who is a physician's assistant, and a BIL who is a nurse practitioner. Two of my nieces worked in respiratory therapy, but have since moved on to more administrative/director positions. I've done a medical terminology class for my former work, learned a ton!

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Linda said...

Three, yes three, back surgeries in 5 months (2007). Dural tears and cysts. UGGHHH!

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Linda said...

I follow via GFC.

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Linda said...

I receive Candace's newsletter!!!

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Linda said...

Follow you on Twitter-onedesertrose.

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Linda said...

Follow Candice on Twitter.

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debbie said...

I have a cousin that is a nurse.
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debbie said...

My son has inoperable tumors on his legs. Three days before surgery, we were in the surgeon's office. He did a catscan, and we all saw the tumor on his calf. It was the size of an orange. When he did the surgery, he couldn't find the tumor. It had broken apart in those 3 days. He removed what he could. Within 2 months it had grown back, so he had another surgery. This time the tumor split his calf muscles to the bone. It destroyed the mylen sheath of the nerve endings in that region. The surgeon has been practicing for 20 years and never seen anything like it. Since then,(the beginning of the year), my son now has at least 4 more in the area, and it has spread to the other leg.
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Elyssa said...

My mom's cousin's daughter is a doctor... I'm not sure if it counts, but she is family!

lubell1106(at)gmail(dot)com

Elyssa said...

Hmmm... a medical story? Well, five years ago I was diagnosed with Addison's Disease, which is when your adrenal glands don't function correctly. Short version of the story, I almost died, but by the grace of God I'm alive today!

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Elyssa said...

I'm a follower!

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Elyssa said...

I signed up for Candace's newsletter!

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Elyssa said...

I follow Candace's blog.

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Jennifer said...

My cousin has a daughter that's a doctor.

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Jennifer said...

A medical story to tell? Well, when I was 18 I had to get my tonsils out because of a serious infection. I won't go into detail, though! lol.

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Ira said...

No, I don't have anyone in my family that's a doctor.

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Ira said...

Alright, let me think of a medical story... my wife's dad had his heart stop beating on the operating table once. It wasn't for very long, but it was still pretty scary for all of us.

icohen62(at)gmail(dot)com

Mark said...

I'd like to enter - no doctors or nurses in my family marcus802001(at)yahoo(dot)com

Mark said...

I follow your blog through Google
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Mark said...

I follow you on Twitter
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Mark said...

I follow Candace on Twitter

Mark said...

I am signed up for Candace's newsletter
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Mystica said...

My daughter is a nurse!

Mystica said...

I follow you on GFC

K said...

My mom used to be a nurse and my aunt is one! :)
Kim
lonebanana(at)msn(dot)com

K said...

I follow your blog through GFC
Kim
lonebanana(at)msn(dot)com

K said...

I follow you on Twitter
Kim
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K said...

I am already signed up for Candace's newsletter (does that count?)
Kim
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K said...

I follow Candace's blog
Kim
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K said...

I follow Candace on Twitter
Kim
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Anonymous said...

My grandmother was a nurse and did private duty. My uncle became a nurse later one in life. My other uncle became a surgeon's assistant. My cousin is a nurse and my daughter wants to be a nurse that helps with new born babies.

I'm SO THANKFUL others want to be nurses and Dr's so I don't have to. I think it definately takes a special talent and gift to be a nurse and a Dr. I thank God for them every day.

Thanks for entering me in the contest. I've read Candice's other two books and LOVED them. I can't wait to read this one.

Nora St.Laurent
the Book Club Network
www.bookfun.org

norafindinghope (at) gmail.com

Anonymous said...

I signed up for Candice's Newsletter.


Nora
Finding Hope Through Fiction
www.psalm516.blogspot.com

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Anonymous said...

I follow your blog.

Nora St.Laurent
Finding Hope Through Fiction
norafindinghope (at) gmail.com

Anonymous said...

I follow you on twitter

Nora

Finding Hope Through Fiction

norafindinghope (at) gmail.com

Anonymous said...

I follow Canace on twitter.

Nora
Finding Hope Through Fiction
www.psalm516.blogspot.com

norafindinghhope (at)gmail.com

Anonymous said...

I follow Canace on twitter.

Nora
Finding Hope Through Fiction
www.psalm516.blogspot.com

norafindinghhope (at)gmail.com

clenna said...

My sister-in-law is a nurse practitioner.

clenna at aol dot com

clenna said...

Thirty years ago I had surgery, at that time, I had an out of body experience - really weird.

clenna at aol dot com

clenna said...

I follow via Google .

clenna at aol dot com

clenna said...

#1 I signed up for Candace's newsletter.

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clenna said...

#2 I signed up for Candace's newsletter.

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Charlotte said...

My niece is an emergency room physician
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Charlotte said...

I Follow your blog through GFC.
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Charlotte said...

I Follow you on Twitter.
chakasa58 at gmail dot com

Charlotte said...

I signed up for Candace's newsletter.
chakasa58 at gmail dot com

Charlotte said...

I signed up for Candace's newsletter.
chakasa58 at gmail dot com

Charlotte said...

I follow Candace's blog.
chakasa58 at gmail dot com

Charlotte said...

I follow Candace on Twitter.
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karenk said...

my best friend is a nurse :)

karenk
kmkuka at yahoo dot com

karenk said...

i'm a follower (and subscriber)

karenk
kmkuka at yahoo dot com

karenk said...

i signed up for candace's newsletter :)

karenk
kmkuka at yahoo dot com

jacque said...

My husband is an Paramedic...does that count?
Thx for another great giveaway!
jacque

Tori said...

I have an aunt who is a nurse
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Tori said...

No big medical story we have been a pretty healthy family so far :)
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Tori said...

I follow your blog
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Tori said...

I follow on twitter - mommatori82

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yllektra (force-oblique) said...

Thanks so much for this giveaway! :)

My cousin is an orthopedist (sp) and my bestie is a nurse. :P

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yllektra (force-oblique) said...

I Follow your blog through GFC. - Kelly A.

yllektra (force-oblique) said...

I Follow you on Twitter. @yllektra

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yllektra (force-oblique) said...

I Signed up for Candace's newsletter.

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yllektra (force-oblique) said...

I Follow Candace's blog as Kelly A. on GFC

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yllektra (force-oblique) said...

I Follow Candace on Twitter @yllektra

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Emily said...

I believe my aunt is a nurse!

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Emily said...

I'm following your blog!

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Emily said...

I'm following you on Twitter!

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Emily said...

I'm signed up for Candace's newsletter!

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Emily said...

I'm following her blog as well!

Emreilly303@gmail.com

Emily said...

I'm following her on Twitter too!

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Debbie said...

My husband's sister is a nurse, and my cousin was one years ago!

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Debbie said...

I have a medical story, and I would love to share it with you, but it would take forever. All I have to say is that the Lord is truly faithful, and that we should never give up on Him. He will always come through!

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Debbie said...

I signed up for her newsletter!

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Debbie said...

I'm following her blog as well!

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John said...

My sister is a nurse, but no doctor's.

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John said...

I had some trouble with my kidneys last year, something that will affect me for the rest of my life. It's not easy to have that kind of news, but God is still God!

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MommyWantsToRead said...

My Aunt and cousin are nurses while my father's cousin is a doctor.


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MommyWantsToRead said...

Over this past summer I had a major medical emergency. I had an accident in the kitchen with a huge pot of boiling water. I ended up with 2nd degree burns on 30% of my body. It was on both legs, my chest, my entire right arm and shoulder, my stomach, both feet. I've never felt pain like that before in my life. I was very lucky and did not need surgery and it took me about a month and half to fully heal. I still have lots of scarring and my skin is constantly dry but I'm thankful it was not more serious than that.


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MommyWantsToRead said...

I am a gfc follower


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MommyWantsToRead said...

I already follow you on twitter @giveawaymommy


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MommyWantsToRead said...

I follow candace on twitter @giveawaymommy


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