I’ve given away a lot of e-copies of Ferryman, but never a print copy (well, not on this level).
The sad thing is, while an e-book is easy to give because it costs you nothing to distribute (maybe 4 cents in some cases?), a lot of people still love print books, and why not? The texture of paper, that crinkling sound as the spine opens for the first time, the musty smell?
Yeah, print books are still awesome.
And now you can win a free version of mine. How?
Subscribe to my newsletter.
Everyone who subscribes between now and July 31st will be entered into a drawing and one (or more?) winners will be selected at random. If you win, I’ll mail the book to your address free of charge!
Oh! Did I mention the book would be signed with your name in it? Who doesn’t love to see their own name scribbled in an illegible scrawl on the front page of a novel?
What is my newsletter? It’s a monthly update and engagement letter, letting you know what I’m up to, how progress is going on my books, and links to all my blogs for the month.
WordPress Users! My newsletter is NOT the same as a blog feed. Hitting WordPress’s “Follow” button just gets you what I put on this blog (and not all of it). The newsletter is a little different. Just following on WordPress will NOT get you entered in the drawing.
To Subscribe, go to the top of this page (or the menu if you’re mobile) and click Subscribe. Just enter your email and confirm it. OR, just click here. You’ll also be able to get a free e-copy if you like your books that way. If you don’t want the e-book, you can decline on the signup form.
“What if I’m already subscribed?” Not all my current subscribers are keen on e-books, so if you’re already getting my updates and would like a chance at a print copy, just leave your name or email in a comment here OR at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Act now! The giveaway entry runs from TODAY, July 17th, 2017 until July 31st, 2017. On August 1st, I will draw name(s) from my super-fly cabbie hat and announce the winners.
And if you want more information on Ferryman, click here.