It's an Audiobook Giveaway!!

audiobook cover Blood HeatHi, all and sundry! Yup, it’s been ridiculous how long ago I last posted an update. I’ve spent a great deal of time on Facebook & Twitter, but less time blogging. Shall I blame the state of the world or just the state of moi? Probably a little of both.

I’ve finished recording the 4th book in the Blood Lines series, Blood Heat and in celebration, the wonderful folks over at Audible.com have given us 5 free copies of the audiobook to give away to interested reader/listeners.

A free audiobook??? How do I get that, you ask.

Simple, it only takes a couple of steps to enter the random drawing no later than midnight, 4 July, 2013 (Eastern Daylight Time/GMT -4):

1. Comment here on my blog or my LiveJournal post or Facebook with a new or new-to-you favorite book, story, tv show, movie, gadget, etc. Tell me why you love it and why I should check it out/try it.
2. Spread the word – Tweet, post the link to this giveaway on Facebook, LiveJournal, Dreamwidth, any social media and make sure to @ mention me or give me the URL in your comment.

On Friday, July 5, I’ll randomly (via random.org) pick the names of the winners.

Winners will receive a redemption code for 1 copy of Blood Heat, the audiobook via Audible.com. You must provide me with your email address so I can send you the redemption information.

In other news, life continues to crawl along. More on that later.

If you have any questions about the giveaway, please feel free to comment or email me!

Happy almost-July!!

4 thoughts on “It's an Audiobook Giveaway!!

  1. I would suggest that you look into the Enola Holmes books by Nancy Springer – they’re young adult books, but they have detail about the era, twit Conan Doyle’s non-feminist sensibilities and have 3 separate threads (at least in the ones I’ve read), which are the relationship between Enola and her mum, the relationship between Enola and Sherlock, and the case Enola is pursuing.

    One of the first things the books did for me was to make me realize that I’d never even given a thought to the woman whose sons were Sherlock and Mycroft. What a striking woman to have raised those two!

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