Tuesday, February 19, 2013

She Said What?! Blog-o-versary Giveaway Bash, Minion Badge, and Giveaway

 The "She Said What?!" Blogaversary Giveaway Bash is brought to us by Michelle and Elise, both celebrating their blogaversaries! For this fun event, each blogger gets to fill in the captions:

Add caption Panel 1: "Look out Elise, I see the dragon's cheek! She's right behind me." "Dudette, I know, get up in this balloon so we can getaway with her treasure!"
Panel 2: "Michelle, what are you doing?" "My foot got caught in a twist Just help me up, all right?"
Panel 3: "Don't worry Lady Dragon, I'm here to save your treasure from these two thieves!"

Panel 4: "Oomph!" Panel 5: Michelle, jump for the lake! Panel 6: "That was easier than I expected." "Yeah, it just goes to show you that even supergirl can't tango with us and get away with it."
Panel 7: Dragon: "Oh no, supergirl is hurt, and my treasure is gone!" Elise: "I've heard there's a healer in that next town, we'll send you  some champagne to help supergirl. That might get her buzz back!"


Ok, so my entry for that made no sense at all, but I had fun. Hopefully the dragon will take good care of supergirl, even if the two thieves forget to send the champagne.
 
 
I've been having so much fun these days that I thought I would sign up for more fun as an A to Z minion for Spunk on a Stick. Check out the cool badge:
 
 
 
Meanwhile, my Champion in the Darkness blog tour is going well, thanks to all of my awesome blogger buddies. In addition to those awesome buddies who signed up to help, I've had some unexpected, totally surprise help in spreading the word about Champion in the Darkness.
 
Brinda Berry is hosting a Random Acts of Kindness Giveaway on her blog, and Champion in the Darkness is one of the five books available for that! Check it out here!
 
 
Also, I haven't been very good about posting this on my blog, but I'm having a long Giveaway with the blog tour. If you want to sign up, here's the rafflectopter info:
 
 
 




 
 
a Rafflecopter giveaway

17 comments:

Al Diaz said...

Oooh! they stole Lady Dragon's treasure? Bad girls. That's what dwarves are for, you see? hahaha

Mark Means said...

LOL....great captions there :)

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

Don't worry, I don't think any of them are going to make sense! Good to see you are an A to Z Soldier.

michelle said...

Ha! So you made us the thieves! I didn't see that one coming!
Good one Tyrean!
Thanks for participating in our Bloghop.

Empty Nest Insider said...

This was cute! Congrats on being a minion!

Julie

Tyrean Martinson said...

Al - I think this Dragon might need some help from your Dwarves!

Mark - Thanks! Glad you liked it!

Alex - Yep, signed up and ready to march out!

michelle - I just figured there had to be some reason the dragon chased you!

Julie - Thanks!

Anstice Potts said...

Champagne is the cure for everything, lol

L. Diane Wolfe said...

That was cute.

Delighted you are one of my soldiers. I'm really going to need the help.

Karen Lange said...

Fun blogfest! Glad you shared your entry. It's way better than anything I would have done! :)

Nick Wilford said...

I liked the twist of Supergirl trying to save the dragon instead of our heroes. :)

I'm too tired to do it now, but I'll definitely write my entry for this tomorrow!

Nancy LaRonda Johnson said...

It was a good go at it. :) And you noticed the dragon way before I did!

Cherie Reich said...

So much fun, although they should know better than to steal dragon treasure. :)

Tyrean Martinson said...

Anstice - could be. :-)

Diane - I'm looking forward to it!

Karen - Thank you!

Nick - Thanks! I understand the whole tired thing.

Nancy - Thanks! I liked that part where the dragon peeks around the corner!

Cherie - They should definitely know better. :-)

Tara Tyler said...

sweet fun with cartoons!
it was a creative hop! nice job!

Elise Fallson said...

Love how you made us into thieves! Excellent. I'll have to remember not to steel from a dragon next time. (; Thanks for the great captions, it's been great reading all these!

Julie said...

My champion would have to be my 8 year old grandson, Logan. At barely 2 years old he was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes. For a long time he had to have shots 4x daily and finger stuck at least 6x daily. He is now on a pump. He's a trouper!

Melissa said...

Wow, they're thieves. LOL! That's a different spin. I like!