Two #KindleFire #Giveaways and a book recommendation.

M T McGuire Authorholic

Just a quick post to give everyone the heads up on a couple of giveaways. The prize in both is a lovely Kindle Fire. Oh yeh. The first is the freekindlegiveaway.com ‘Discover’ Giveaway and this week we are mostly discovering, Science Fiction! Sqeee! (including my book)

To quote the site: ‘This Giveaway is a DREAM for the true Bookworms who participate! Not only do you get a chance to win a Kindle Fire OR a Gift Card/Paypal Cash…but everyone who enters will receive FREE books and special bookish offers!’

There are 20 other smashing science fiction authors taking part who will be discounting or giving away their books. They will get in touch with you after the giveaway has ended to let you know what discounts or freebies they are offering.

You can find the giveaway here:

http://www.freekindlegiveaway.com/discover-giveaway/

The second giveaway ties in with a new release. You will probably…

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About Charles Yallowitz

Charles E. Yallowitz was born, raised, and educated in New York. Then he spent a few years in Florida, realized his fear of alligators, and moved back to the Empire State. When he isn't working hard on his epic fantasy stories, Charles can be found cooking or going on whatever adventure his son has planned for the day. 'Legends of Windemere' is his first series, but it certainly won't be his last.
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6 Responses to Two #KindleFire #Giveaways and a book recommendation.

  1. VelahAuthor says:

    Thank you for posting this opportunity, but I’ll pass. I find I’m doing enough of these silly-type giveaways- like this for an entry, visit there for an entry, post on Twitter everyday for an entry, etc, so on. It gets tedious. Why can’t we just go back to “Register here to enter, we’ll notify you after the drawing” and do away with all these multiple requirements?

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    • I remember when those first showed up and they weren’t nearly as bad. Mostly ‘follow this person on Twitter’, ‘tweet about giveaway once’, and just simply stuff that gets you a few entries. They make more sense for contests that host multiple authors though.

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      • VelahAuthor says:

        True, but just to qualify for more entries to a single drawing is ridiculous. I could see getting an entry each day when visiting a website, but a lot of them now have them for liking or posting on a site I have no desire to be a part of, like Reddit or Tumbler. I have more social sites than I can deal with already, simply because the word is you have to be a part of them to get exposure. They have helped a bit, but I still don’t get a variety of visitors to my website or blogs. Let alone comments. 😀

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      • I use my blog as a hub, but I’m not that active on most of the other sites. Twitter is probably it since I couldn’t figure the others out. If I kept up with all of them, I’d never be able to write again.

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      • VelahAuthor says:

        I do have my blog posts set up to post on Twitter, Facebook and (I think) Google+ when I publish a new one, so that might help a bit. It would for you, as you post so darned much. 😀 😀

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      • Eh, it keeps me occupied during the day. 😀

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