. . . in other words – it’s a contest!
As you may know from my Twittering/Facebooking, the sequel to CLAIRE DE LUNE has a title, and I’m ready to announce it – or rather, I’m ready for one of YOU to announce it.
When the contest ends, I will email the contest winner the sequel’s AWESOME title (and any other applicable stuff: see the “details” section below) and they will have 24 hours to do whatever they want with that information. Blog it, tweet it, write it in the sky . . . After the winner releases the title, I’ll blog/tweet/Facebook about it, linking back to the winner.*
If I get over 20 entrants, I’ll also include 6 signed bookplates, for giveaway or to keep, whichever the winner wants. If I get over 30 entrants, I’ll include a signed copy of CLAIRE DE LUNE and the bookplates, and if I get over 40 entrants, I’ll include all those goodies plus an interview/guest post for the winning blog.
********OBVIOUSLY, I need a SUPER BONUS round prize, since I’m already over 40 entrants as of Thursday night (gasp!) So! If I get to SEVENTY-FIVE entries by the close of the contest, I’ll include all of the above, plus a signed ARC of the sequel. (NB: This will obviously have to be sent later, since I’m still, you know, EDITING the book!)*********
If you run a book-related blog, you’re eligibile to win. (Non-book-bloggers – don’t fret! I’ll have a contest especially for you next week!)
To enter, simply tweet: “I want to get the title scoop on the #clairedelune sequel by @cjohnsonbooks” for one entry.
You can link to the contest on Facebook it (please leave a link to your post in the comments) or post about it on your blog (please leave a link in the comments) for one entry each.
ALL ENTRIES MUST BE POSTED BY MIDNIGHT, EST, ON SUNDAY THE 18th.
The winner will be drawn randomly on Monday morning, and I’ll email the winner at 9 a.m. EST – the twenty-four hour countdown begins then.
If you have questions, please send me an email or leave ’em in the comments. Thanks and good luck!
*Obviously, due to the nature of the Internet, once the winner releases the news, it will be considered Public Knowledge and the winner’s exclusivity bit ends.