It's here! I got my first preview author copies. The rest of my author copies should follow soon, but I was just THRILLED to finally hold this book in my hands.
I should probably wait until I get the rest of my copies before I give one away...but you don't want that, do you? No, I didn't think so! So we're going to do one quick giveaway of a book, starting at midnight tonight, March 24th (EST), and running through midnight Wednesday the 26th (EST).
There are only a few options in this one, since we're going fast and furious. You can share on Twitter, leave a comment or two, or pre-order the book (for yourself or a friend, if you've already ordered one for yourself). You still don't have to buy anything if you don't want to.
But for those of you who requested a signed book, there's a new way to get a book. (See? And you though I wasn't paying attention.) As those of you who signed up for my newsletter already know, I have put up a "Buy Now" button on the blog (upper left) and on my website. This button will take you to a Paypal page where you can order a book, signed by me, and dedicated to you or anyone you specify in your instructions. Clearly, this isn't something I can do forever, so I'm going to take the first 100 requests, then the button comes down. Sorry, this option is for USA folks only. (But everyone else can buy a book through Amazon, B&N, Llewellyn.com or any local Indy bookstore.)
But don't worry--THIS CONTEST, as promised, is for everyone, everywhere. I know it is tough to be an out-of-county fan, so this one is open to all of my readers, no matter where you live.
So as soon as the clock strikes midnight EST, go ahead and enter. Maybe you'll be the lucky person to win the first book out! As always, I'd love it if you'd spread the word. Thanks!
ADDED NOTE: If you click "Tell me which book you like the best" you have to actually TELL ME in the comments. Ditto with clicking "Leave a comment." Leave the comment first, then click on the contest to get the point. (Silly people.)
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