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#ArmchairBEA Giveaways Including Steven George & The Dragon

There are book giveaways all week this week at Book Expo America (BEA) in NYC. Take a look at the exhibitor list when you visit the BEA website and you’ll see just about everyone who is anyone in the publishing world exhibiting and giving away samples of their product. Obviously, I’m not anyone who is anyone since I’m still sitting in the Pacific Northwest, but ArmchairBEA is giving a huge number of book bloggers and independent publishers a chance to participate in the excitement.

The most popular giveaway I’ve ever done, I’m giving every ArmchairBEA participant who requests one an ePUB copy of Steven George & The Dragon. The rules are simple. Register as an ArmchairBEA participant at the link above, then follow the instructions at http://www.armchairbea.com/2011/05/free-book-alert-steven-george-dragon-by.html.

There are also the paperback giveaways sponsored by NWE Signatures and Long Tale Press. These will be given as prizes in the daily drawings at ArmchairBEA and during their Twitter Parties. We’ll be offering one copy of each of the following titles:

This Side of Normal by Eric Devine

For Blood or Money by Nathan Everett

Bread for the Pharaoh by Jerome Asher

Steven George & The Dragon by Nathan Everett

And there will be one pre-release review copy (ARC) of The Gutenberg Rubric by Nathan Everett given to a drawing winner.

As one more added special for all ArmchairBEA attendees (and those who are reading this post) I have dropped the price of Steven George & The Dragon this week from $15 to $10. You can get it direct from CreateSpace at https://www.createspace.com/3570581.

Not only are the giveaways great, but ArmchairBEA is packed with great information on the publishing industry and what is coming up in new books and authors. Read just a few of the hundreds of blog entries from Armchair participants and you’ll leave with a new level of enthusiasm for books.

Tomorrow, I’ll be interviewing author Jerome Asher, so watch this space!

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