#LakeUnionAuthors Twitter Chat — Sirens Tote Bag Giveaway
If you’re a fan of The Sweet Lake Series then you’re a fan of the Sirens! Be one of two winners to grab a Siren in Training tote bag.
The eccentric and well-meaning Sweet Lake Sirens have advice by the poundful for Linnie Wayfair and bring us laughs as they try to control the outcome of her struggles. Who doesn’t admire this tightly knit band of lovable women…and quite frankly, desire to be one of them? You can show your admiration with a Siren in Training tote bag; perfect for books, groceries, or a poundful of advice!
Is there a Siren-like person in your life? Tell me about him or her below and be automatically entered to win the tote bag.
Winners will be announced in my March newsletter. Not on my list? You can sign up here.
Follow #LakeUnionAuthors on Twitter on February 20 for more chances to win from Lake Union Authors!
What great prizes. This is totally mind boggling and wonderful!!
The closest thing I have to a Siren in my life would be my friend Stacy who offers to employ her voodoo doll whenever someone does me wrong. Wish I had a group of them in my life like Linnie does, They are a hoot and a half, and I am a self-proclaimed Siren in Training!
Oh holy he’ll my narcissistic mom is my siren. I’m sick w acute bronchitis for 4th time as we speak and her concern was not on myself but demands I not get my 3 kids sick. I will now go back in my bubble.lol
I’m having issues coming up with a siren person in my life but they sound so fun!
I’m the Siren around here!????
One of the girls I work with is my siren. She always tries to cheer me up if I’m grouchy. Helps me find the good in everything and is a shoulder when I need one b
My siren like person is my co worker who is offering unsolicited advice.
My siren is my best friend. She likes to help me cheat on diets and get into mischief.
My friend missy is my siren, she is always dropping off inspirational books and good luck charms, we have a lot of shenanigans together. She’s my best friend.
The siren-like person in my life is my mother-in-law. She surprises us often by dropping off our favorite dishes and desserts that she makes. She doesn’t hesitate to speak up or send a letter expressing her concerns if she has problems at a store or with an online purchase. She is sweet and loves to spend time with her granddaughters.
I would have to say my Siren is my Mom, she’s ready to get into trouble at the drop of a hat.
My siren is my Granny who drove an SUV and a riding lawn mower. She lived alone into her nineties and was the kindest person I know. She knew the name of every person, pet and plant she’d ever seen. She raised three children on her own after divorcing her husband due to domestic violence because she was a chemist in a time most women were not able to have a career. She became an angel this fall but she remains the one I look to for an example of how to raise yourself past your circumstances and always be thankful for what you have.