Currently, we’ve planned several upcoming Rafflecopter Giveaways. We have one other set up, but we’re going to confirm it in the coming weeks before we post information. We’ll post those giveaways as we know specifics.
Rafflecopter giveaways usually award points (entries) for doing things like following the host (us) on Twitter, subscribing to our blog, visiting our Facebook page, things like that. If you already follow us on Twitter or subscribe to our blog, you won’t need to do that again, just click the appropriate button and you’ll receive an entry.
(If you have subscribed to the blog, you will receive updates via email, and you’ll be certain not to miss out on the promotions when they begin. Nudge nudge hint hint wink wink)
9/1-9/10: The Dragon Engine by Andy Remic. 5 copies of this book will be available to win and will be mailed by the publisher. You can win only one. This is in celebration of our blog’s grand opening. These books are offered by the book’s publisher, Angry Robot.
9/10-9/20: The Aeronaut’s Windlass by Jim Butcher. Signed! 2 copies of this book will be available. You’ll win only one. The book will be picked up at a bookstore event and mailed on 10/5. We will attempt to get this book personalized for you. No guarantees! This book is offered up by the Galleywampus team.
9/27-10/3: His Dark Materials Omnibus by Philip Pullman. We will have 1 copy of these three-book omnibus up for grabs as part of Banned Book Week. This is also part of the Banned Book Week blog hop offered by I Am a Reader. The book is specifically offered up by the Galleywampus team.
10/3-10/17: A bundle giveaway of Kameron Hurley’s The Mirror Empire and Empire Ascendant. You will win both of these books. This giveaway is part of a blog hop we’ll be participating in. These will be sent by the publisher, Angry Robot.
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