As promised: Maplecroft giveaway for the non-tweeters

As you know, Bob – last week my marvelous friend Kevin ran a big Maplecroft giveaway via Twitter. And as a few of you may have complained, you had to be on Twitter to enter and/or win. Therefore, one drunken evening I said, “FINE I WILL GIVE ONE OF MY OWN COPIES AWAY. To the non-Twitter people. Or to one of them, anyway.” I promised to post details of this giveaway today.

The rules are simple:

    1. Do not have a Twitter account.
    2. Be a U.S. resident (sorry!)
    3. Post a comment on this entry sometime before Friday at noon.

Obviously, this is kind of an honor-system sort of thing; I don’t intend to Sherlock my way through every commenter in search of a forbidden Twitter handle, but if you’re a lying liar who lies, that’s on your karmic head. And I will reserve the right to think you’re a dick.

At any rate, I’ll pick a winner at random – and send that winner a signed copy of Maplecroft. Hell, I’ll sign it however the winner wants it signed. More or less. Within reason. Ahem.

So if you’re looking for an awesome birthday or Christmas or [insert holiday here] present, and you have a loved one who might enjoy reading about Lizzie Borden fighting Cthulhu with an axe … well, here’s your chance to get it personalized.

I’ll announce the winner on Monday.

86 thoughts on “As promised: Maplecroft giveaway for the non-tweeters

  1. Patricia Woods

    I “Hearne” this from a little birdie, but it didn’t tweet. He highly recommended it. Can’t wait to read Maplecroft and then crow about it on Goodreads.

  2. Liz Wright

    I have a kindle copy, but I’m a sucker for hard copies. Bonus points for lj?

  3. Shawn Bordon

    Thanks for telling the absolute truth about my great great grandma Lizzie! This is how biographies should be!

  4. dawn brunkalla

    I would love to read it.

  5. Miles Emerson

    Me! Me! Pick me!! Although, Patricia Woods has the best comment by far . . . (dang it!).

    I stumbled across your Boneshaker novel a couple of years ago and absolutely loved it. Been a fan ever since. Keep up the good work.

  6. Christina Waites

    This would totally rock!

  7. Scott Huber

    Woot! I can’t wait to read this one. I absolutely adored the Clockwork Century series and have been aching for a new book from you.

  8. Cindy

    I’m an fb junkie, no use for twitter here.

  9. John

    Twitter? Don’t get me started on that useless collection of . . . Well, just don’t!

    I’d love to read this one, Cherie!

  10. Don’t have Twitter, just heard about this. Would love this!

  11. Daniel Junkin

    This would be both an appreciated read and addition to my small library. Thanks for putting the opportunity out there.

  12. Andrea

    I don’t understand twitter. I do understand good books though!

  13. David

    I’ve been a Fan since the first book, and I love the idea behind this book. Please pick me! :)

  14. Eric Rutledge

    I do not use twitter, and I would love a copy of maplecroft!!!

  15. Matthew Johnson

    Have all your books, as actual books you can touch and read and look at and enjoy, and can’t wait to add this one to its other fun and strange little siblings.

  16. Julia D

    Non-dick, non-twittering, Priest-loving, Julia. Pick me! Pick me!

  17. Azizah S.

    I don’t tweet, so pick me!

  18. Read it on Kindle and loved it!

  19. Nathan Nickell

    Best damn book I’ve read all year. Would love a signed copy. Gimme gimme gimme gimme. ;)

  20. Heather

    I’ve bought all the books in the Clockwork Century series and am more than excited to get Maplecroft. Would adore a signed copy. :3

  21. Cameron

    I’m a huge fan of your work. Please pick me! I haven’t been able to pick Maplecroft yet.

  22. Angela N.

    You say you want more of us to sign up for this. Fine. I’m not usually so outgoing, so this is a big step for me. Still, you were so amazingly awesome at Bubonicon that I just had to buy a book. (Bloodshot was so much fun!) So, I most certainly wouldn’t mind another of your books to read. (How’s that for a Minnesota answer?) As for Twitter, I’ve never tried it. It sounds too frantic for my tastes. Maybe one day when I’m feeling adventurous…

  23. Kevin Wadlow

    A copy of Maplecroft would be awesome!

  24. Tyler

    Signed books are great!

  25. April Ritter

    I would love a signed copy of Maplecroft! I love all of your books! Thanks!

  26. Anthony Wilson

    Greetings! I’m starting to read your books and I’d love to have a copy of Maplecroft to add to my library.

  27. Katie Glasgow

    This. Is. Awesome.

  28. Shae Dylan

    I have read several of your other books and I would really like to read this one. You are one of my favorite authors. I follow you on Facebook and Goodreads. A book signed by you would be one of my most prized possessions.

  29. Pam

    I don’t understand Twitter, so I stay away from there. Would love to read Maplecroft!

  30. Veronica Keeney

    Ugh,why do twitter people get first dibs on everything?!I own Maplecroft already,but it’s not a SIGNED Maplecroft.It would be kool-aid to own!

  31. I do not have twitter so I have a web site ok.

    Please please help add a signed book to my collection.

    My wife has a Scalzi signed book, I would like to match that.

  32. rebus

    Yes enter me in the drawing for a signed book from you. this would be a wonderful addition for my collection of books.

  33. Michael

    Pick me! Pick me! Oh boy, pick me! This would me the perfect present…for me.

  34. what if I have a Twitter account but never use it? I don’t even know the pw, tbh.


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