I wrote a book. And you can win a copy. A signed copy. For free!
I’m giving away three paperback copies of my novel, The Trials of Lance Eliot, as part of a contest. To enter this contest, you must do one or both of the following things.
First, follow me on Twitter!
Second, share a link to this blog on your own blog, Facebook profile, Twitter account, Tumblr page or website!
Having done either of these things, leave a comment on this blog post or use the Contact page or contact me in some other way telling me which you’ve done. For doing one of these things, I’ll put your name in a hat; if you do both things, your name will go in the hat twice. On April 19, I’ll pull three names at random from the hat. (For the record, the hat will be a fez.) Having selected the winners, I’ll contact them to ask for their mailing address and send each of them a signed copy of my novel!
If the same name is selected more than once, another name will be pulled from the hat—in other words, only one book per winner. Nevertheless, having your name submitted twice will improve your chances of winning!
The purpose of this contest is to build a platform—that is, to reach new readers—for my novel and this blog. If you take part in this contest, you’ll be giving my writing career a little boost—and you’ll be giving yourself the chance to win a brand-new, autographed copy of a novel readers have praised as “humorous,” “thought-provoking” and “a delight to read.”
To conclude: follow me on Twitter or share this blog, and then let me know which of these things you’ve done. And please spread the word!
In a week, I’ll select the winners!
I did all three! 😀
I have your site on my blogroll. Does that count?
Of course. 🙂 Into the fez your name shall go!
I followed you on Twitter, but only because you promised to place the names in such an awesome hat.
Shoot! I’d already done all of them so I just posted this entry on my twitter and facebook for you. Important question though, has the fez been christened by Wil Wheaton? I don’t care either way, was just curious.
Since you’ve done all three things, albeit before this contest, your name shall certainly be put in the fez.
I’ve heard of Wil Wheaton, but I’m not sure who he is. My fez certainly has not had the honor of being christened.