Courtney Hamilton’s Worst Break-Up Ever Contest

Remember the Worst Date Contest I published before my blog hiatus (which is still kind of happening since I haven’t been able to sit down and do any actual blogging with the craziness of the past week)? The contest was a success, and to follow up, Courtney is doing another one…the Worst Break-Up Ever Contest. 

Courtney Hamilton’s “Worst Breakup Ever” Contest (International)

Courtney Hamilton is giving away a signed copy of her novel, Almost Royalty, to the top 2 winners! To enter, all you have to do is tell her:

What is your “Worst Breakup Ever” experience? Share your story in the comment section below.


After the contest has ended, Courtney will personally read every participant’s entry and pick the top 2 worst breakup stories. The winners will be announced through Courtney’s Facebook page, Twitter, and blog. This contest will also be hosted on various blogs, social media sites, and forums found in the “Participating Websites” section of this post.

Only 99¢


Enjoy the “Worst Break up Ever” contest and, for the first time, download your Kindle copy of Almost Royalty by Courtney Hamilton for only 99¢! 

Download the novel here:

Terms and Conditions for Entry Eligibility

No purchase necessary to enter. Sponsored by Forrest Thompson Publishers. Giveaway ends August 5, 2014 at 11:59 PM (PST). Open Internationally. 18+ years of age. Void where prohibited. Winners will be announced on Courtney Hamilton’s blog at, Eco-chain of Dating Facebook Page, and @ecochaindating. Winners have 48 hours to claim their prize once they are chosen, or their winnings will be forfeited. By entering the giveaway, you give Courtney Hamilton and Forrest Thompson Publishers permission to repost your story or recite it in a video for media purposes. Forrest Thompson Publishers reserves the right to withdraw or terminate this contest at any time without prior notice.

Participating Websites: The full list of participants in Courtney’s “Worst Breakup Ever” Contest is available on her blog at:

Let the Worst Breakup Stories Ever begin!



Much like the bad dating story, I’m limited in my bad break-up stories. I had one bad break-up, but to be honest, the actual relationship was worse than the break-up. I’m sure I didn’t think that at the time, but in hindsight, it was the best thing ever. 

However, I know some of my followers have some good stories, so let’s get them out there! And read Courtney’s book! 


2 thoughts on “Courtney Hamilton’s Worst Break-Up Ever Contest

  1. Hi Amanda,
    Thank you for hosting my Worst Breakup Ever contest! I’ll get the ball rolling by sharing one of my terrible breakups.
    10 months after my fiance’ proposed to me, he told me that he had entered therapy and discovered that he had never loved anyone: including me. We were 12 weeks from our wedding date and I had the dress, the bridesmaids, etc.. He no longer wanted to marry me, but wanted to continue dating: he wanted his new employers to see him at firm functions with a date, as he felt that this would increase his options of getting an offer of permanent employment from this firm. There was no promise of when or if, we would ever marry. I had realized a few months earlier that he had all the signs of a control-freak monster, as he had started telling me how I should dress– so this just made it easier for me: I broke-up with him on the spot. He wanted the ring back and his mom (who had insisted that she would wear a full-length white ballroom gown to the wedding), wanted the “diamond” (cubic zirconia) chip earrings back that she had given me. He also wanted back every piece of furniture and household cooking item that he had ever given me. Later, as I was getting my dress altered for my wedding to the wonderful man who is my husband, a friend told me “you got a better guy and you got a better ring.” But to cap things off, not long after I married my husband, control-freak guy contacted me and asked me for work.

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