Tracer Giveaway x2
If you follow me on Twitter (here), you might have seen me tweeting about Tracer: an inventive, pulsating, action-packed Sci-Fi thriller written by my good friend, Rob Boffard. Or if you follow this blog, you might have read my interview with Rob about his writing habits (if you haven’t, you can check Part 1 here and Part 2 here). In any case, it’s a great book and this is coming from someone who barely reads Sci-Fi.
Tracer is the first of the Outer Earth trilogy, and each book in the series tops the one before it, which is a rare feat to pull off. And now I’m giving TWO of you lovely lucky readers the chance to win a copy of Tracer, free of charge, direct to your door.
See how nice I am to you guys?
Here’s a quick blurb, ripped straight from Amazon:
Imagine The Bourne Identity meets Gravity and you’ll get TRACER, the most exciting thriller set in space you’ll ever read.
A huge space station orbits the Earth, holding the last of humanity. It’s broken, rusted, falling apart, and what’s more, there’s a madman hiding on the station who’s about to unleash chaos.
And when he does, there’ll be nowhere left to run . . .
Sound good? Well, here’s the part where YOU come in. In order to win your copy of Tracer, all you need to do is subscribe to the blog using the box at the bottom of this post, and then write DONE or I’M A SERIAL KILLER, or whatever you want, in the comment section so I can find you on my list of subscribers. It’s as simple as that. If you’re already subscribed and you’re receiving this post to your inbox, then you can simply respond to the email saying you want to participate and I’ll enter you into the competition. That’s it. No dancing, singing or circus tricks required.
I’ll pick two names at random from the list of entrants and then I’ll announce the winner by the end of the month. If you’ve won, I’ll contact you for your address so I can send you the book (one per winner).
In the meantime, if you’d like to share this post to give other people a chance to win, I’d greatly appreciate it — but your odds of winning will go down, so I guess you have to decide whether you want to play fair or not? It’s up to you . . .
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