Using an email you have access to for the next five days, email Tim at <firstname.lastname@example.org> Put “My go-to comfort food” in the subject line so we know you’re entering the contest. In the email, tell me your most yummy go-to comfort eats! Mine is hot cocoa. You can also share it here. Bonus points for a picture!–which actually get you nothing, but hey, sharing is caring. One entry per household please.
I will cut off entries at midnight, PST on Wednesday, April 15. Winner will be announced Thursday morning, After I email he or she back for the address where they want me to mail the ARC to as well as find out if and how they want me to sign it. Winners will have until that 3/17 Friday midnight to get back to me to claim the ARC and tell me their mailing address. If I don’t hear from you by Friday, 3/17, midnight, the ARC goes back in the pool and I will give away two next week. Last week, Jo won out of 800+ entries. Congrats, Jo!
Out of the U.S? You can still enter to win. ARCs have no cash value, though they may get held up in customs forever. Books will go out USPS media mail, which takes some time. Chance of winning depends upon how many enter. Winners will be chosen by a random number generator, and I can’t be responsible for mail that goes astray.
That’s it. Apart from coming back next Tuesday to enter again with a new question! I’ve got a bunch of these to give away.
And good luck!
If you want to skip the chaos and pre-order, I have a list of my favorite stores that I’ve signed at. If you like your local store where they are, please consider ordering online from them. Not just my book, but any book during this time. Everyone loves Amazon, but you want your local bookstores to survive, and the inventive people who run them are finding ways to adapt.
Nicola’s Books, Ann Arbor, MI **Personalized copies available**
Joseph Beth: Cincinnati OH, Lexington KY
University Books, Seattle, WA
Powell’s Books, Beaverton, OR
Mysterious Galaxy, San Diego, CA
Schuler Books, Grand Rapids, MI, Lansing MI,