$100 worth of books.
And they can all be yours.
The big story today isn’t Kahl Drogo (trust me I’m as shocked as you are). Instead it’s a super amazing crime/thriller giveaway, from my shelves to yours. I’ve got bestsellers like Jonathan Kellerman, Nora Roberts and Dean Koontz. I’ve got Joyce Carol Oats. Harry Potter’s own J.K. Rowling, writing crime novels as Robert Galbraith. And an autographed copy of Famished. All just waiting for a new home.
ENTER TO WIN $100 WORTH OF BOOKS!
Reviews are CRITICAL for authors who want their book seen by potential readers. You guys are like the gods of Amazon visibility. So here’s the deal: to enter this giveaway, leave a review for Conviction on Amazon HERE (stars and a sentence or two, no biggie). If you want a second entry to win, pop over to Goodreads HERE and copy/paste your review into the Goodreads review section. The winner will be chosen in two weeks and announced in the next newsletter with a screenshot of the review itself. Only newsletter subscribers are eligible. (You lucky ducks, you.) And if you still haven’t read Conviction, you’ve got two weeks to read and review! Get Conviction HERE along with Famished (HERE). Read, review, win! Plus, you know you want to be one step ahead before Repressed comes out in December.
AND THERE’S MORE!
GIVEAWAY #2: WIN AN AUTOGRAPHED COPY OF CONVICTION—LAST DAY TO ENTER
While you’re over on Goodreads leaving your mega-awesome review, enter to win an autographed copy of Conviction HERE! Winner will be chosen September 27th, 2016, so get over there NOW and enter to win.
VISIT ME ONLINE
If you want between-the-newsletter updates, feel free to meander over to Meghan O’Flynn’s Partners in Crime HERE. You might get to see images of book characters or help brainstorm names for new novels. You might even get special prizes like bookmarks or other swag if you happen to promote the hell out of a book on social media. Or you can tell a joke or two. Whatever floats your boat.
Writers google some things that would probably make others think we’re up to no good. While it is moderately amusing that I started the week googling “Sasquatch sex” with no other purpose than to confuse whatever NSA worker is currently in charge of monitoring my accounts, jokes are my favorite. So here’s one in honor of back to school. Enjoy.
One morning, a teacher found one of his students making faces at others on the playground. Mr. Jones stopped to gently reprimand the child. Smiling sweetly, the teacher said, “Johnny, when I was a little boy, I was told if that I made ugly faces, it would freeze and I would stay like that.”
Little Johnny looked up and replied, “Well, Mr. Jones, you can’t say you weren’t warned.”
I’m so excited to see the reviews rolling in and to send out some prizes!
A writer is nothing without her readers. Thank you all for your support.