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Book Giveaway – WHAT THE ZHANG BOYS KNOW by Clifford Garstang

Thanks to Press 53 and TLC Book Tours I have one paperback copy of Clifford Garstang’s novel What The Zhang Boys Know to giveaway.

What The Zhang Boys Know by Clifford Garstang

Read my review of What The Zhang Boys Know

US/Canada mailing addresses only – ENTER NOW – closes 3 November 2012

Book of the Month Contest

http://www.incubioinfernale.freetzi.com/botm.php

Deadline: Entries for that month are drawn on the 20th

Prizes: Free promotion for your pieces of creative writing. Advertisement of your piece of writing for an entire month on every page of my website.

To enter, simply fill out the form. All you have to do is send a link in, form is provided on the page. Amount of entries unlimited.

On the 20th of each month, 5 stories are selected at random, read and from that the 1st, 2nd and 3rd best stories are selected.

Other info: If you do not win in one month, your entries are placed back into the list to be selected for the next months competition.

International Giveaway – NO REMORSE by Ian Walkley

Thanks to author Ian Walkley I have one paperback or ebook copy of his debut thriller No Remorse to giveaway.

No Remorse by Ian Walkley

No Remorse by Ian Walkley is a first class thriller that I found impossible to put down.

International giveaway – ENTER NOW

Entries close 6 October 2012

International Book Giveaway – MR SOMETHING by Jay H Baker

Thanks to author Jay H Baker I have a paperback copy of his debut novel Mr Something to giveaway at Booklover Book Reviews – ENTER NOW

Mr Something by Jay Baker

Isaac Ward knows that a man should obey the law, protect his country, do what’s right. But when an improbable corpse leads to an impossible device, these duties collide head on – and only one can win.

Dreaming of changing the world for the better, Isaac takes the device for himself. This is his chance to do something. Be someone. But he has his work cut out for him. The world is big, stubborn, and not so easily changed – and before he can even try, he has another, far more pressing problem. How to stay alive.

Mr. Something is a fast-moving and provocative adventure story, ranging from the towers of San Francisco to the villages of Malawi. It examines duty, significance, and one of the world’s greatest issues: the one billion human beings living – and dying – in extreme poverty.

Read my review of Mr Something

Open internationally – entries close 30 September 2012 – ENTER NOW