The AMC Pacer…and a 3-Book Mystery Prize!

AMCPacerThose of you who subscribe to my newsletter should have gotten yours in your email inbox today. Admittedly, it’s short, and there’s not a lot of new news if you regularly read this blog. BUT there’s a killer little tote bag giveaway for newsletter subscribers only.

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Meanwhile, thanks to Danielle at COFFEE AND CHARACTERS for the review of Pirate’s Alley today! This is an official tour stop, so you can enter for the Rafflecopter drawing–and it’s international.

Okay, so you might be wondering what the car ad is all about. You tell me the significance of the AMC Pacer and, if you’re right, you’ll be in the running for a three (or four or however many fit in a box) book mystery prize from my toppling TBR tower. I swear, I’m almost at the point of qualifying for an episode of “Hoarders: Buried Alive.” You think I’m joking. I am not joking!

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About Suzanne Johnson

Author of urban and paranormal fantasy and romantic suspense, currently living in Auburn, Alabama. Author of the Sentinels of New Orleans series (Royal Street; River Road: Elysian Fields, Pirate's Alley, and Belle Chasse (Nov 2016). Writing as Susannah Sandlin, she is the author of the Penton Legacy series (Redemption; Absolution; Omega; Storm Force; Allegiance); The Collectors series (Lovely, Dark, and Deep; Deadly, Calm, and Cold); and the upcoming Wilds of the Bayou series (Book 1, Wild Man's Curse) releases April 2016).

16 thoughts on “The AMC Pacer…and a 3-Book Mystery Prize!

  1. I’d guess your first car. Thinking no cars in the beyond, although a time frame for the beyond would be hard to establish, picturing horses, maybe.

  2. I’ve been thinking about transportation in the Beyond. There are quite a few interesting options….

    I met my BFF when we were working near each other in the newsroom of a daily paper–I knew her for weeks as “the woman who keeps bitching about her Gremlin” before I actually knew her name. LOL.

  3. The first car is always rather special. I’m guessing that is it’s significance. I’m thinking horse power, a sweet ride or nothing but trouble with a capital T.

    • Haha–I think enough folks have figured it out. Yes, my first car was an AMC Pacer, silver, manual transmission, and I named him Lamar. He was nothing but trouble. I traded him in with 35,000 miles on him and pity the fool who bought him. May he rest in pieces. Oddly enough (joke), they only made those cars for a few years. Worst car I ever owned. I sure thought it was cute. LOL, now, not so much.

  4. A friend of mine had a Pacer in college and it was nothing but trouble! Can combustion engines work in the Beyond? And does the Beyond have electricity?

  5. arf i should have know better, there will still be another time

    i haven’t owned a car yet ( don’t have teh licence either) but my father had a volga when i was little…grey one not really a good thing to look at but really reliable and strong ( german quality)( he was often asked to sell it)… for the little history once he had stoped at a street light and a mercedes hit him in the back….. volga had not a scratch, mercedes total disaster^^ because it’s not always teh more expensive one the safer^^

  6. Liz, glad I didn’t get the only Pacer lemon–I think they were all lemons! Miki, there’s a lot to be said for strong, safe cars! It’s one reason I kept my XTerra so long (the one I just got rid of)–it was like driving a tank 🙂

  7. Actually I was going for – you were born the same year the car was built, BUT as you already revealed that it was your first car … I’ll cheekily settle for that answer now – first car it is! 😉

  8. Lol, your very first and very handsome car.
    I did receive your newsletter as usual, but your button wants to open Outlook, and that does not work on my computer. Perhaps next time also the email address to use?

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