I love giving shit away. Let’s give some shit away
Between now and February 10, you can enter to win one of three copies of the Labyrinthian trade paperback over here. WHICH IS AWESOME
BUT I’M NOT DONE
Between now and February 10 you can ALSO enter to win one of three copies of the ebook in your choice of format right HERE:
And of course I won’t spam you unless you want me to and even then it’ll just be pictures of my cats. And if I sell your info to anyone else it’ll just be my cats, and they won’t do anything with it because they’re cats.
FREE BOOKS YAY
Today (really technically yesterday at this point) marks the first day of the Great Ravenfall giveaway, wherein I’ll be giving away four sets of Crowflight and Ravenfall – the first two books in the Casting the Bones trilogy – as well as four separate thematic bracelets.
This round’s bracelet is “Blood and Moonlight”, made laboriously by hand by me:
“Blood and Moonlight” – August 10
AND THIS ROUND’S WINNER IS: Brad! Yaaaaaaaaaay Brad
If you didn’t win this time around, you’ll get three more chances before the final drawing on the 16th. And if you haven’t entered yet, you certainly still can right here (scroll to the bottom for the entry form).
I’ve been yelling about this in various places already, but here’s the official author-blog announcement: Ravenfall, the second novel in the Casting the Bones trilogy, is now available to purchase here.
While I of course hugely appreciate it whenever anyone spends their hard-earned cash on my stuff, you can also win copies of both it and Crowflight (book 1) over here. I’ll be giving out four rounds of copies in total, so your chances are pretty damn good.
Ravenfall comes out this week on the 6th, so I want to celebrate by giving things away, because it pleases me to do so. Starting on the 10th and running through the 16th, I’ll be drawing a name every other day; that person will win free copies of Crowflight and Ravenfall in your choice of ebook formats, and the bracelet (made by me) marked below.
all together now!
“Blood and Moonlight” – August 10
“The Lady’s Silver” – August 12
“Wing and Bone” – August 14
“Flight to the Stars” – August 16
Enter below! Promise I will not use your contact info for any sinister demon-summoning rituals.
I’m already doing a Goodreads giveaway for my essay collection over here, but obviously not everyone is a Goodreads member, so I wanted to give those people a shot too. Enter below to win a signed copy of the trade paperback of A Brief History of the Future, plus the ebook in your choice of format. I got my galley proof of the paperback today and except for a few very minor formatting tweaks, it looks pretty great. Am pleased.
Long story short: GIVE ME CONTACT INFO, GET FREE BOOK MAYBE
I’ll draw a winner on July 1st, when the book gets released.
Just a heads up: IF BY ANY CHANCE YOU WANTED TO GET A FREE PAPERBACK COPY OF LINE AND ORBIT that just so happens to be a thing you can now do in not one but TWO(!!) places. They are as follows:
- HERE. This copy happens to also be signed by both me and my co-author.
- GOODREADS. (sadly closed to anyone outside of Canada and the US)
Both end on February 4th, which is the date of the book’s release. And I suppose no law necessarily prohibits you from signing up in both places. Except maybe South Dakota. Might be illegal in South Dakota.
This time next month, the trade paperback edition of Line and Orbit will be available to purchase. Isn’t that exciting? But wait!! YOU DON’T NECESSARILY HAVE TO PAY FOR YOUR OWN COPY. Because I’m giving one away, you see (one of those pictured up there, oh they are so pretty). And even BETTER: it will be signed by me and my lovely co-author.
Want to enter? Simply fill out this handy form. I promise to guard with my very life, and completely forget, via extensive sessions of hypnosis, all of your personal information as soon as the contest is over. At midnight on February 4th, the contest will end, and I will select one lucky person.
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