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Friday, January 21, 2011

~Photo Friday~ Misleading

Angel's Trumpet 

These grew wild in my garden in Maryland. I described them to my mom and she said I should look them up because it sounded like Angel's Trumpet. They're sometimes called Devil's Trumpet. Why? 

This beautiful flower contains a dangerous toxin, as it is related to deadly nightshade. In fact, every part of this plant contains the toxin.

Book Trivia: Due to this flower's deceptive appearance, I featured it on the very first mock-up of one of my book covers. Which book was it? The commenters with the correct answer will be entered to win an eBook copy of the book in question. Entries will be accepted until 11:59pm (eastern time), January 31. The winner will be announced the following day. Everyone is eligible, provided you are willing/able to download from 

As always, happy reading, writing, and blogging! 

For more info on Datura and its physical/psychological effects, this Wikipedia article is surprisingly informative, with plenty of reliable sources.


Aimee said...

I already own Deception, so I'm not in this to win it. I really just wanted to say that I enjoyed the book and thanks for writing. :)

Corinna said...

The picture was one your first cover for Deception. It looks like a great book to read.

Tifferz said...

Was it Deception? I hope I win :)

Jaimey Grant said...

Thank you for the comments and entering this drawing. Deception is indeed the book that almost had this flower on the cover. Great job, ladies!

The winner this time is Corinna. Please contact me at jaimeygrant{at}yahoo{dot}com to confirm your win and I'll reply with a code to download your free copy of Deception from

Thank you again, and have a lovely day!


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