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Wednesday, October 31, 2012

Hades for President Giveaway

Here in the US, it's time for us to elect a new president. Though only two candidates, Mitt Romney and President Obama, get the bulk of the coverage, there are in fact other names on the ballot and one who wants to be. Who is that you wonder? Why Hades, Lord of the Underworld and star of the Sirenz series by Charlotte Bennardo and Natalie Zaman. Now, why he wants to rule a country when he already has the entire underworld and the dead, I can't fathom. But hey, he's a Greek God and, well, they're known for being bugnuts. :D

Still, Hades wants to be president and he's even playing by the rules and running a campaign instead of using his powers to steal the presidency. As part of that campaign he had some swag made up and he's generously shared some with me on the condition that I share it also. I suspect a trap as he didn't make me hand over my soul or set any other conditions. But, if you're willing to take your chances, enter below.

How do you enter? Decide if you're voting for or against Hades and then enter via the appropriate rafflecopter widget. You MUST choose one; if you enter both, both entries will be disqualified. Now, unlike the real presidential election, there will be 2 winners. I'll choose one from each side. Each winner gets the prize shown below.


For Hades as President
a Rafflecopter giveaway

Against Hades as President
a Rafflecopter giveaway

10 comments:

  1. Hmm which is for and which is against?

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    1. If you click on each rafflecopter widget it tells you. I added a heading to each one to help clarify.

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  2. He should be president because he rules underground and should also rule above ground.

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  3. I am hoping he will whip this country into shape.

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  4. I'm not sure he could do much worst than the existing candidates.

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    1. Hah, maybe not. Well, you could always write him in on your ballot. :D

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  5. Sirenz has been on my shelf forever - thanks for the reminder, I actually do want to read it - I just need about 48 hours in each day, do you think Hades can make that happen?

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    1. Hmm, he might. He's pretty powerful, but also quite tricky, so bargain carefully!

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  6. It should be relatively obvious LOL!

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    1. Well, I thought so but apparently he has followers who think he should rule above world as well. :D

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