Introducing: Freebie Friday!

If you receive my e-newsletter, then you know that I promised you a FREEBIE FRIDAY for the next few weeks!  This is my opportunity to give back to some of the amazing people who have helped me do so well with the launch of my own book, The Edge of Nowhere.

Beginning today and extending for the next few weeks, I will be giving away ONE e-copy of a book by one of my dear friends from Penner Publishing.  Please note that these authors are not at all involved in this giveaway beyond having been advised of my intent, and they have not provided the digital copies to me for distribution.  In order to help their sales and maybe their ranking just a smidge, I will purchase an e-copy of the books I list here on FREEBIE FRIDAY and will send it to the winner at my own expense from Kindle, Nook or iBooks.

6e99f-altered-cain-ebookTo kick off Freebie Friday, I’m offering Kelly Cain’s new multicultural young adult novel, Altered, up for grabs.  All you have to do is complete the Rafflecopter signup, which requires you to visit Kelly’s website to read a bit about her book, then leave her a comment.  You can win additional entries by Tweeting about Kelly’s book, following her on Twitter, or visiting her Facebook Author page, but those are strictly a bonus that gives you a better chance to win.  The only thing you MUST do to enter is visit her website via the link in the giveaway and leave a comment before you leave.

The contest is open until midnight next Friday morning, and I will announce the winner next Friday afternoon on this blog.

To enter CLICK HERE, or click on the Freebie Friday Word Cloud below.


One response to “Introducing: Freebie Friday!”

  1. Reblogged this on Kelly Cain, author and commented:
    Easy to enter. Win an ecopy of ALTERED.


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