Why hello again readers!
Welcome back to the site and post number two for the day.
This one comes with a surprise for YOU and as a surprise for me. How so? Let's just say that this REALLY EXCITING portion, somehow or another slipped my mind. Yep. Slippery thing that it is sometimes, but not to worry...bookish goodness is coming your way.
As you may have seen in today's previous post (and if you haven't, feel free to check it out...I'll wait...^_^), author Joe Hill had a bookish birthday earlier this month with the paperback release of his uber-creepy-fest filled book, Horns. In celebration of that milestone, Maggie from Harper Paperback/HarperCollins Publishers is allowing me to host a devil of a contest you're sure to love.
Ready...set...here we GO!
How to enter:
Fill out THIS FORM.
Looking for a few bonus entries?
No worries! There are a myriad of options on the form
...there is one way to gain TWO EXTRA ENTRIES and not only is it easy-peasey, but (in my opinion) it's a lot of fun. Curious? Thought you might be. Here's what you need to do...
Since the book deals with Morris Code several times within the text, I thought...why not incorporate it into the contest? Translate the message below and submit what YOU think the message is on the FORM.
Remember, don't leave the answer in the comments...it'll ruin the surprise!
*Open to US/Canada mailing addresses only! No P. O. Boxes please.
* Entries will be accepted from Friday, March 25th, 2011 through Sunday, April 3rd, 2011 at midnight CST. The entries will be tallied and entered into the random.org randomizer, after which a random number will be picked by their number generator. (This way all the entries are mixed up nicely.)
* All entries must be submitted using the form accessible through this post. You MUST include your email address in order to be counted as well as contacted should you be chosen as the winner!
*The winner will be announced and contacted via email Monday, April 4th, 2011 and will have 48 hours to respond with their mailing address. Should they fail to respond in the given time frame, a new winner will be chosen. If you choose to include your full name and mailing address in your contest entry, no worries....the time frame issue is erased.
*Winner's name and address will be forwarded to the publisher for prize send out only and then discarded.
Sound good...or should I say "bad"?
Good luck everyone!