Giveaway: Are you a dangerous siren?

| 26 October , 2009 | 24 Replies

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I’m so excited about this giveaway.  As you know I recently interviewed Tara Moss about her latest work of fiction, SIREN.  As you may also know (well you should know after reading my interview with her!) Tara likes to  live dangerously as well as her fictional character MAK.


Well I have THREE copies of her book to giveaway.

AND to win one of the three copies I’m giving away, tell me how you would live dangerously if you could!

Be creative ’cause Tara’s going to choose the three best answers!

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** Australian residents only, you need to be registered for Sassi Confidential and please comment below by telling me how you would live dangerously if you could. Winners announced next week. Good luck.

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  1. Caz says:

    Living dangerously to me is giving up my secure 9-5 job, packing my backpack with essentials only, and heading off into the great big world to explore through the Lense of my Camera. Getting by selling pics or washing dishes for a meal a day, and a place to rest to my head at night. Besides my camera I would need my soul mate by my side, and I know he would be beside me where ever we trek together. I can’t go for a few years though until my baby girl is set up in a career and doesn’t need her mum so much…LOL! She is 13 now!

  2. Sassi Sam says:

    Congratulations to Cate, Appletartlet and Claudia for their great responses, you have each won a copy of Tara\’s latest book Siren & Tara was impressed and thanks you for your enthusiasm.

  3. Scott R says:

    Driving racecars…..that is some dangerous living. People get hurt daily in regular cars…think about it at 170 plus miles per hour

  4. Mandy says:

    If I had nine lives, I’d live dangerously for eight of them and volunteer for experimental surgeries!

  5. Deb says:

    I’d live dangerously by having a fine line between good and evil deeds …. heee heee

  6. Ann says:

    I would love to work for an agency as an undercover “honey trap” to test if women’s partners were being faithful; the seduction and tease without the commitment. For once, I’d be stoked to be rejected!

  7. Marcia says:

    I’d love to leave the house lived in otherwise known as messy according to the in laws, sadly if I did I’d never hear to the end of it!

  8. Carmina says:

    I like living on the edge and like to do wild adventurous things as it keeps me sane such as swimming with the sharks,climbing Mt Everest,sky diving,thrilling and exciting,keeps the adrenalin pumping through my veins.

  9. Belinda Bonello says:

    I would go sky diving and I would ski off the tallest mountain in the world!

  10. monica scurlock says:

    Six inch killer heels..,
    Couture fashion nipped in at the waist..,
    Processed hair, blonde, caramel, ash highlights..,
    I already live dangerously!

  11. Lauren says:

    I would love to help those in need, from the Tamil people in Sri Lanka, to the poppy farmers in Afghanistan, forced to grow poppies to provide the Taliban with opium to fund their operations. I’ve always felt I should do more in life and I can give more but find it hard to follow my dreams.

  12. Mary Preston says:

    If I am going to live dangerously it had better be for a good reason. I would kiss my family goodbye & head off to worlds unknown with the true & dedicated heroes of Médecins Sans Frontières (Doctors Without Borders). I am in awe.

  13. Mandy Graham says:

    I am super siren dangerous…

  14. Anita says:

    Wow, to live dangerously for me would be to cook Indian for dinner instead of steak and veg, and to fold the jocks the wrong way! Id be walking a very dangerous line and I think my housefull of boys would just fall apart!! 🙂

  15. Merryl says:

    I’d quit my job, pack my suitcase and empty my bank account. I’d travel the world, on foot where I can. I’d meet new people, eat strange food and immerse myself in local culture. It doesn’t sound dangerous, but I am a sheltered city girl who is never far from indoor plumbing. To me, leaving everything safe is living dangerously.

  16. Claudia says:

    Generally speaking, to live dangerously is to follow your dreams. To seek and go after what your heart most desires. Because doing so, it means you can reach the highest point of bliss known to you. But if you fail, the fall can be devastating. It can wound you, traumatize you, make you lose all hope for living. Will you ever get up again to chase your other dreams? But to live safely is to stay in your comfort zone and do what you\’ve always done and fear no danger of ever losing hope because what is life without hope?

  17. Elly says:

    To me living dangerously means being in risky situations –like trying to rescue a person whilst hanging on a rope or nose-diving from a plane trying to escape from baddies. In fact, I reckon I should be in the next Charlie\’s Angels production.

  18. Cate Bolt says:

    Living dangerously, to me, is about getting out of your comfort zone and following your dreams. It’s about not compromising your beliefs, and daring to believe that all humans can make a difference.
    I’m already living dangerously by giving up my former luxury life to build an orphanage & wildlife refuge in Indonesia. I’m way too old and have had far too many kids to be as hot & exciting as Tara’s alter ego (or Tara!) but the adrenalin rush of dedicating your life to “saving the world” is just as much of a thrill.

  19. Emma Turner says:

    I would live dangerously by dedicating my life to helping those in need who live in the most dire and dangerous situations of their own. I would move to Africa to work in war torn nation states, to Cambodia to fight for young girls who can’t protect themselves, to the Israeli/Palestinian border to issue refugee status to those displaced by hate, and to Indonesia to help families recover their lives after natural disasters.To put my self in such dangerous situations would be my way of trying to help humankind. Thus, risking my life would be worth it.

  20. Edie says:

    My true life coward self loves to escape into books where I can pretend I am hard-boiled detective in the 20s-50s, or a kick-arse agent (as long as it is not for any government) full of the know how of half a dozen martial arts, and a gazillion weapons.

    Though I think the appletartlet may be the real life hero..

  21. Aik says:

    I would live dangerously as a sexy female assassin in a mysterious assassin organization who accepts orders to kill. I would charm men before I kill them with my excellent fighting and gun-shooting skills. My name would be on the WANTED list in the Federal states police department. I would be what they say a ‘lethal beauty’.

  22. appletartlet says:

    I’m already living dangerously!

    I deal with toxic substances on a weekly basis and laser beams that can burn your skin. I run frantically from a deadly enemy who at times gets closer to following through on their threat of death. Depsite treading this dangerous territory it is more dangerous not to. I live like an undercover agent- maintaining a persona full of confidence and positivity around others while pushing back the fear of the unknown.


    Because I am a young mum living with cancer.

  23. Kelly Robson says:

    I’d like to live in the moment. I have had weird dreams about being like an assasin, being an undercover women in the mafia business. Make them believe that I was on their side, ride motorbikes cross country, taking last minute flights to Paris to trap people in illegal deals and then wake up in a hotel somewhere in America. I’d have a lot of money bringing down these people. I want to appear like I wont decieve anyone, the honest and trustworthy friend, but really I’m a tough, deceiteful person.

  24. Estelle says:

    I would dare to live dangerously like Mak, zipping around the Eastern Suburbs on my BMW bike- the danger of course lies in the amount of dirty looks from the girls and pick up lines from the men that I would have to dodge because I’d be wearing my sexy leathers 😉

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