Grim Ambition Contest 2016

UPDATE: This contest is now closed. Thank you for your interest!

WINNERS:
First Place: Stephen Weber won a signed copy of Grim Ambition (when released), a pack of Grim Ambition character trading cards, a starter kit for the RPG Exiles ($100 value), a sketch of anyone he wants by comic book artist Peter Simeti, and a free lunch with the author!

Second PlaceMandy Brownell won a signed copy of Grim Ambition (when released), a pack of Grim Ambition character trading cards, a sketch of anyone she wants by comic book artist Peter Simeti, and a free lunch with the author!

Third PlaceJenny Skrenes won a signed copy of Grim Ambition (when released), a pack of Grim Ambition character trading cards, and a free lunch with the author!

Congratulations to the winners!!!

Thank you everyone who participated! I especially loved the creative logos you all drew, that was fantastic and a thrill to see!

If you took the contest and are curious as to how you did, see below for the answers. 

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Be sure to click the links to learn more about the inspiration of the trilogy and who has helped Jennifer make it a reality so far!

  1. Where did Jen get the name of her superhero Grim? A dog she and Derek rescued. (On Alex’s Twitter feed)
  2. What month/year did Jen start writing Grim Ambition? May 2016. (Found in multiple blog posts)
  3. What Marvel character inspired the entirety of A Grim Trilogy? James Wesley (Info does not say Daredevil, guys 😉 lol). Toby Leonard Moore. That character and how Toby portrayed him inspired my character Alex. (Found on Alex’s art/bio page)
  4. Who were the beta readers for Grim Ambition? Derek, Maureen, Liz, Joshua, Chris, Nate. (The “Thank You Betas” blog post)
  5. Who was the editor of Grim Ambition? Libby from Sherman Writing Services(Tagged on Twitter, blog post, Jen’s personal FB feed, the trilogy’s FB feed)
  6. Who is doing the character art for A Grim Trilogy? Stephen Gibson. (Tagged on FB and Twitter any time Jen released new art, listed on each character art blog post)
  7. Who created the character trading cards? Benson Green, owner of Mindworm Games. (Tagged on FB and Twitter for both Jen’s personal feed and the trilogy’s)
  8. What is book two of A Grim Trilogy called? Grim Judgment. (Blog post about the release of the second book’s title, also found on Twitter)
  9. What author would Jen like to write a book with? Joe Hill (favorite author). The other two were Dan Wells and Mark Lawrence(Found in Jen’s first interview)
  10. Where/when does Jen always get the best ideas? Shower. (Blog post)
  11. BONUS: What makes book two of A Grim Trilogy different from book one? Part of it is in first person narration in the past, the other half is the same as book one. (Jaxon’s Twitter posted an exclusive excerpt not available anywhere else…that’s why it was a bonus question hehe)

 

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