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Kindle Book Giveaway!



On Friday, I am giving away FIVE copies of my first novel, Mrs. Tuesday's Departure. All you have to do is leave a comment below and then on Friday, January 28th, I will pick five winners of the kindle edition of my book.

Generating buzz for a book when you publish it independently, and as an ebook, is daunting...especially when like me, you're not great at being 'out there'. (After all, my idea of fun is being a recluse!) But my desire to get my book read is even greater than my desire to hunker down in my bunker...so please leave a comment below and be one of the five winners on Friday.

Thank you!

Comments

bitsem said…
Hi Suzanne!

I'd love to win a copy of your book!

Thanks for the offer! :)
bitsem said…
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bitsem said…
Sorry, having trouble putting a link in here. I left a comment for you at the Kindle Book forum on Amazon.

http://www.amazon.com/tag/kindle%20book/forum/ref=cm_cd_NOREF?_encoding=UTF8&cdForum=Fx3RFWX8IMGF85E&cdPage=1&newContentNum=7&cdMSG=addedToThread&cdSort=oldest&cdThread=Tx1M6UXK4DXQ3EU&displayType=tagsDetail&newContentID=Mx2HXWIPOZHRU83#CustomerDiscussionsNRPB
You said…
Hi Suzanne, good luck with your book! looking forward to winning a copy....

Ramona/Crazyskates
Anonymous said…
I'd love a chance to read your book!
Sara said…
I'd love to read the book!
Fi said…
Love books and fellow writer blogs.

Good luck and well done on being brave and 'putting yourself out there'

Cheers, Fi
Paula said…
I would love to read this book - love stories from this time period.

Paula
(kirston.welch@XXXoo.com - replace XXX with yah) said…
I'd love to get a kindle copy of your first novel!
Dana said…
I would love to win a a copy of your book - almost as much as I look forward to discovering a new beloved author. Two of my four girls also have kindles and we share books often - - I promise you it would be enjoyed by all of us. As someone who also struggles with being "out there", I wish you good luck with your self promotion.
Keetha said…
Please count me in!

Except...I don't have an e-reader of any kind. Forgive me for asking but can I download the book to a plain ole computer and read it from there??
Suzanne said…
Hi Keetha,
Yes! You can download the kindle app for free directly to your computer and read it there!
Julie said…
I'd like to win a copy:) Good luck on your book sales. It sounds interesting.
Dee DeTarsio said…
Hi Suzanne! From one recluse to another, good job and great promotion! I already have your wonderful novel, Mrs. Tuesday's Departure, and I want to let everyone know what a prize it is! Take care!
Caitlex@comcast.net said…
Suzanne what a great way to promote yourself! I can relate to your characters, Kate and Lilly, in your book Mrs. Tuesdays Departure that the book was very hard to put down. Look forward to reading all your upcoming books. Keep writing!
Jane H. said…
I just received a Kindle for Christmas and I am reading like a crazy woman. Best of luck with your book, you have done something that I wish I could do....write a book! I would love to have a copy to enjoy and share with my friends. Love the cover!
Stephanie said…
So many times I have found that debut novels are really wonderful. I would love to read yours! I would be more than happy to provide you with a review.

Would love to win the free Kindle copy!
Joyce said…
Good afternoon Suzanne ... I just finished reading your thread posted in the Amazon Discussion Forum, and I think your book sounds so interesting and would be a very enjoyable read. I also want to express how great I think your cover art is ... so pleasing to the eye. Beautiful! I would feel deeply honored to receive a copy of your novel. This would really put a smile on my face.

Good luck to you and I hope to be a winner of "Mrs. Tuesday's Departure".
Patrice said…
I think it's great that you're trying to launch your new book, and would love and appreciate winning a free copy!
Anonymous said…
Hi Suzanne,

Congratulations on publishing your first book. I would absolutely love to read it. I didn't want to leave contact information on the comment - but if I win I'd be happy to send you my email address. Wishing you the best with the promotion!

elle
Tricia P. in GA said…
Your book sounds very interesting! I like the intrigue of the twin relationship/sibling rivalry. I look forward to finding out "who" Mrs. Tuesday is!
Anonymous said…
I love the page you created...very nice, and I would enjoy reading your book and if I'm not chosen, but of luck on your journey =)

Jeannine
J_leigh2536@yahoo.com
Melinda said…
I just got a new kindle. I have not read your book. Thanks for the generous giveaway!!
Melinda
Joanne said…
Hi Suzanne and congratulation on your first book! You must be beaming! I would love the opportunity to read "Mrs. Tuesday's Departure" as I find it intriguing that you decided not to use the term "Nazi's" or to refer to actual cities where such tragedies took place. I have grown up with such stories as my family is from Europe and we are the first generation to settle in this country. So I can see where you're coming from when not wanting to take away from the actual story. Thank you for this opportunity! Good luck to you!
Phil said…
Very generous Suzanne and a good idea for promoting your book. i recently discovered the joy of kindle on my PC but, being new, lack reading material; I reckon your book would be a good start.

regards

Phil
April said…
Congratulations on your book. I would love to win a free copy. Thanks!

~April
Kathy Delaney said…
Congratulations and best of luck with your new book!
Kathy

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