karenfelloutofbedagain:

karenfelloutofbedagain:

Did you miss getting your free copy of Turtle yesterday? Lucky for you, there’s more!
Yesterday, the Kindle version of my novel Turtle: The American Contrition of Franz Ferdinand was available for the great low price of zero dollars. 106 people snatched it up while it was free, but what if you weren’t one of those lucky bastards? You still have options!
1) If you are a Prime Kindle Member, you can borrow Turtle for free from your Kindle with the Kindle Owner’s Lending Library. Yep, free! I guess that’s just how libraries work, bro. 
2) Head on down to your local library and request that they get a copy. Seriously, libraries do that. Just ask for a request form. 
3) Or, if you don’t want to ever give it back, buy it! The digital copy will be yours to keep forever or until e-readers become obsolete. The hard copy will be yours until you lose it. 
4) OR YOU CAN REBLOG THIS POST FOR YOUR CHANCE TO WIN ONE OF TWO FREE SIGNED COPIES OF TURTLE. That’s right, signed hard copies. I will even mail them to you for free. Because they are real, tangible, hard copies, they are guaranteed to never become obsolete until the English language itself expires from the face of the earth. 
So how do you win one of these two free copies? Just reblog this post. You can win one of two ways: My 950th follower will automatically receive a free copy (I currently have 895 of you goons). And on the day that I gain my 950th follower, I will randomly choose, from the people who have reblogged this post, a single individual to receive a second signed copy. In order to win, you do not necessarily have to be following me. Multiple entries count, and following me counts as an entry. Um… I think that’s pretty much it. If you don’t know how giveaways work by now, what are you doing on Tumblr anyway? 

So yeah. 945 followers. 5 more followers and this giveaway will be complete! :D Will you be one of the lucky winners? Will the giveaway end today? Tomorrow? Could you be holding your very own signed copy in your hands by then end of the week? There’s only one way to find out! :D

karenfelloutofbedagain:

karenfelloutofbedagain:

Did you miss getting your free copy of Turtle yesterday? Lucky for you, there’s more!


Yesterday, the Kindle version of my novel Turtle: The American Contrition of Franz Ferdinand was available for the great low price of zero dollars. 106 people snatched it up while it was free, but what if you weren’t one of those lucky bastards? You still have options!

1) If you are a Prime Kindle Member, you can borrow Turtle for free from your Kindle with the Kindle Owner’s Lending Library. Yep, free! I guess that’s just how libraries work, bro. 

2) Head on down to your local library and request that they get a copy. Seriously, libraries do that. Just ask for a request form. 

3) Or, if you don’t want to ever give it back, buy it! The digital copy will be yours to keep forever or until e-readers become obsolete. The hard copy will be yours until you lose it. 

4) OR YOU CAN REBLOG THIS POST FOR YOUR CHANCE TO WIN ONE OF TWO FREE SIGNED COPIES OF TURTLE. That’s right, signed hard copies. I will even mail them to you for free. Because they are real, tangible, hard copies, they are guaranteed to never become obsolete until the English language itself expires from the face of the earth. 

So how do you win one of these two free copies? Just reblog this post. You can win one of two ways: My 950th follower will automatically receive a free copy (I currently have 895 of you goons). And on the day that I gain my 950th follower, I will randomly choose, from the people who have reblogged this post, a single individual to receive a second signed copy. In order to win, you do not necessarily have to be following me. Multiple entries count, and following me counts as an entry. Um… I think that’s pretty much it. If you don’t know how giveaways work by now, what are you doing on Tumblr anyway? 

So yeah. 945 followers. 5 more followers and this giveaway will be complete! :D Will you be one of the lucky winners? Will the giveaway end today? Tomorrow? Could you be holding your very own signed copy in your hands by then end of the week? There’s only one way to find out! :D