New Goodreads Giveaway for Imminent Danger (link included!)

Hey guys — just checking in this morning before I head off to set up my festival tent at “The Gathering on the Green” (local arts festival), where I will be attempting to sell my book, Imminent Danger And How to Fly Straight into It.

Goodreads Giveaway Open!

As I mentioned yesterday, my giveaway for Imminent Danger is now open and waiting for all you lovely folks in Canada, the USA, the UK, and Australia to enter. Here’s the link

Go forth, enter, and enjoy!

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23 thoughts on “New Goodreads Giveaway for Imminent Danger (link included!)

  1. I entered and also became one of your fans 🙂

  2. Reblogged this on Legends of Windemere and commented:
    New Goodreads Giveaway!

  3. We’re already friends, 😀 now I’m a fan too, also entered and marked as want to read. 🙂 I FBed it too. 🙂

  4. Good luck with the promotion 🙂

  5. NOW she makes it available for Aussies! 😉 Ha ha!
    Good luck with tent… and the whole book selling thing. 🙂
    You’ll do well.

    • Just for you 🙂 And the tent went quite well — it didn’t blow away once, although my easel attempted it several times. Sales were pretty good, but most people were more interested in spinning the WHEEL OF IMMINENT DANGER!!! than buying my book, lol. (The wheel would be the prize wheel my friend made for me where you spin the wheel to determine your fate)

      • I guess I should enter, then. 🙂 but beware that shipping across the great huge ocean costs about as much as 47 copies of the ebook! Almost.

        Almost tempted to ask for the Wheel of Imminent Danger when you’re finished with it. I always wanted to know my fate. 😉
        Knowing my luck I’l be killed by a shipping crate containing the Wheel of Imminent Danger…

        • I’ve recently switched from shipping items by post to shipping items via giant catapult. So being squished by the Wheel of Imminent Danger shipping crate is a very viable outcome.

  6. Too late. I already bought and paid for a copy. Silly me, if only I had just waited 😉

    • Curse your luck, eh? 😀 Have you told me about your purchase yet? If not, thanks for buying my booooooook!!! 🙂

      • Pretty sure I did. However, who can keep track when you’re clearly watching them fly off the shelf, right? Am I right? 😉

        • Lol. That, or my memory’s just terrible. Either way, your support in the face of my complete inability to remember anything is much appreciated 🙂

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