You knew this was coming, didn’t you?
As soon as I received my ARCs (Advance Reading Copies) of THE GLASS WIVES, I knew what I needed to do! Okay, knowing what I need to do came after about an hour of ogling my books. I knew I wanted to thank all of YOU at WFW and on Facebook and Twitter and WU and Backspace and In Real Life and everywhere else, for being excited and supportive and engaged and did I say, supportive? I only get a few of these puppies–but I’m offering you the chance to win one. And yes, I know many people are still steeped in holiday hoopla and New Year’s Eve hangovers, but wouldn’t it be fun to read a book months before everyone else?
So, if you want to win an ARC (Advance Reading Copy) of The Glass Wives by ME, just sign up for my infrequent yet delightful newsletter! Yep, a winner will be chosen from the list subscribers! Subscribe = Entered to win
But, you have to live in the USA or Canada. Many apologies to my blog readers overseas.
For extra chances to win, share the giveaway love by adding to your Facebook feed and/or by Tweeting. This is all on the honor system, so just let me know in the comments—and your newsletter subscription info will be added in one extra time for FB and one extra time for Twitter. So you can have up to three chances to win the ARC! And don’t feel any pressure (ha) you have 10 days to do it!
Need more convincing?
“Reading The Glass Wives is like driving down a familiar street and having one of the houses you thought you knew open up on hinges to reveal its secrets. Nathan firmly but with good humor peels back the layers of suburban “normal” to reveal ethical ambiguity under a publicly rigid moral code and tenuous bonds between strangers under strict definitions of family. Evie Glass is the neighbor you want to know all about, and her story is told with charm and frankness to create an illustration of friendship and motherhood that feels very real.”—Lydia Netzer, author of Shine, Shine, Shine, a 2012 NY Times Notable Book
I’ll choose a winner at random on Friday, January 11th, 2013. If the winner does not reply with his or her mailing address by Monday, January 14th at noon CST, I’ll choose another winner at random.
If you do not want to sign up for the newsletter but really, really, really want to enter the giveaway, send me an email at amysuenathan @ gmail . com telling me just that, and I’ll enter you that way. I know we don’t all like to get delightful newsletters, even if they are infrequent, and I want to be fair.
If you’ve already signed up for the newsletter, you’re entered. No worries!
I know you have time, but what are you waiting for?
What did you say? You’ve already pre-ordered the book, now what? First, thank you!! Second, enter anyway! You can have this book signed for yourself— or someone else. Then you can keep the “real” book when it arrives or give it as a gift. So many choices! 🙂
Sign up to win!
Amy xoThe fine print: The Prize is One signed Advance Reading Copy of The Glass Wives, published by St. Martin’s Griffin, mailed to any address in the USA or Canada via USPS. Who Can Enter – Anyone over the age of 18 with a valid USA or Canada address to receive the prize. Duration of the Giveaway – The giveaway starts when this post goes live and ends at 11:59 pm CST on Thursday, January 10th. The winner will be chosen on January 11th and posted on Women’s Fiction Writers, Facebook, Twitter and the winner will be emailed directly. How to Enter – Sign up for my newsletter or send me an email saying you want to be entered by that you do not want to get the newsletter (I’ll love you anyway, promise). For extra chances add the news to FB or Twitter, but you still have to sign up for the newsletter or send that email. How the Winner is Chosen and Contacted – Random.org will choose the winner and I will email the winner at the email address given in the entry form. The winner has until Monday, January 14, 2013 at noon CST to reply with a valid US mailing address. If there is no reply, another winner will be chosen at random and have 72 hours to accept the prize. And so on, and so on, and so on. Hopefully no more than three so ons.