Saturday, September 5, 2009

Someone Once Told Me, You Can't Lose 'Em All

My voice is progressing slowly, but I'm hopeful that by the end of the long weekend, I will be back to normal. Well, as normal as I can be, anyway. As promised, I'm back today with the offer of some free stuff, courtesy of the fine people at Filament Magazine.

Drop a comment on this blog post in the next few days, and you could be one of the lucky winners of a set of 4 steamy, hot postcards featuring some of the fine-ass lads of Filament Magazine (pictured here). The comment can be about anything you want. Pick a topic, any topic. Spout off about anything you like. Tell me all about your week, tell me what you're doing with your long weekend. Tell me a story, a tale, a lie. I don't care. 4 lucky commenters will be the proud recipients of the postcard sets.

And, as an added bonus, one very lucky commenter will get a free copy of Filament Issue 2, signed by me. In addition to the hard-hitting (pun intended) content, it will feature a completely non-valuable autograph. Who could ask for anything more?

I'll keep this running until Tuesday, because of the holiday weekend. But, comment early and often. You never know, you might end up a winner. Enjoy your weekend, all.


Anonymous said...

I've been lurking around your blog for a while, and I decided this would be the perfect time to leave a comment. Those postcards look hot.

As for my weekend, there isn't much going on around here. Hope you have a good one.

Danielle said...

hm..hey heidi..i followed you home from neves blog..:-) i would mind to get post card..but only if you write something sexy on it..:-)

Danielle said...

and to try to win the autographed magazine i ll think i leave you some poetry..written just for you

when you hang up the phone i felt empty
just as if i had lost you forever
the next morning in the hot tub
water and foam, my fingers all over me
i thought about the night we met
about lips and hair, and hands and legs
i left the bath room teary eyed, your name, in caligraphy, across the steamy mirror

Danielle said...

wouldnt mind imeant of course..sorry for my bad english..:-/

neve black said...

Hey Heidi,
I hope you're enjoying your weekend. Sometimes it feels like I need a weekend to relax after a one of these three day cram fests. I didn't really do that much either, but boy, today, I'm really dragging my wagon.

Anyway, I'd love a postcard autographed by you. :-)

Anonymous said...

it's been an arduous and strange weekend. i traveled to the Hill House off route 41 to bring an end to a certain long-standing, confidential and painful financial liability. i ate some monkeys' brains -- popular in cantonese cuisine, but not often to be found in washington d.c. (but i didn't have any cognac, just in case). you can imagine my surprise when it was suggested that mrs peacock was a man. i'd tell you the rest, but it's... all... too... shocking!!! (actually i just went to prison. but this account was more impressive than the actual truth. mostly i'd just like a signed copy of the mag.)

Janine Ashbless said...

It's Wednesday so I'm too late for the comp, but I just wanted to say my copy of Filament 2 has arrived and a HUGE congratulations to you for your story, which raises the erotic temperature in their fiction section by several hundred degrees!

Erobintica said...

Ha - I missed it too. Oh well. Just read Janine's write-up (and I see I followed her here, hehe). Not been spending as much time in blogland and I'm behind.

This is so cool Heidi! Wish this mag was sold over here. Sounds like the second issue is great - and one of your stories! Whoo hooo!