We’d like to take a moment to thank our 1000 followers on Twitter. Some you have been with us since 2009, some of you followed us yesterday. We think all of you have excellent taste.
As a token of our appreciation, we’d like to offer all our followers: 1) a free ebook from our backlist and 2) a chance to win a print copy of WOR(L)DS APART from our frontlist. Backlist titles on offer are Jessie Carty’s poetry collection PAPER HOUSE, Mel Bosworth’s novel FREIGHT, and our Twitter-lit anthology ON A NARROW WINDOWSILL.* Want to take us up on our offer?
On Twitter, make sure you are following @foldedword. (Not following us yet? Sneak in a follow by Sunday night and you’re golden.)
Tweet us with one of the following messages, no later than 8:00 PM Pacific on 21 Oct 2012:
- @foldedword I want #paperhouse by @jessiepoet for my [e-reading device/app you use]
- @foldedword I want #freight by @Mel_Bosworth for my [e-reading device/app you use]
- @foldedword I want #narrowwindowsill for my [e-reading device/app you use]
Within 12 hours, we’ll direct message (DM) you with a private Dropbox link so you can download your free ebook. MOBI vs. EPUB file format will be determined by the e-reading device/app you mention when you tweet us. Please keep your link to yourself; we’re trusting you. You will have until Monday, 22 October 2012 at noon Pacific to download your ebook. After that, the links will be disabled.
On Monday, 22 October 2012 at noon (in California), we’ll put the names of everyone who participated into a hat and draw a winner. If you are the winner, we’ll DM you to figure out where to send the print copy of WOR(L)DS APART. We are willing to ship worldwide.
Sound like fun? Then get tweeting;-)
*Such a big Folded fan that you already own all three of these books? DM us and we’ll find an alternative solution.
**In case of DM technical difficulties, please email us at editors [at] foldedword [dot] com and we’ll email you the link. We are willing to extend the giveaway if there are glitches in the system. The joys of trying something new;-)