Two ways to win: 60 Black Women in Horror [paperback]

60 Black Women in Horror is available as a free eBook via Smashwords and over the next two months, will roll out to other distributors including Barnes & Noble and Amazon. It will soon be available for free on Goodreads. The eBook contains bonus materials consisting of an essay and four short stories that are not in the print edition. The print edition is currently available for $5.50 on Createspace.  It will be rolling out to other distribution points over the next several weeks.

Giveaway on Goodreads

Win a free, signed copy of the paperback edition of 60 Black Women in Horror on Goodreads! You will need a Goodreads account to enter. You don’t have to “like” my author page there, but as long as you’re there of course I would appreciate it if you did.

Click here to enter to win:

60 Black Women in HorrorIncludes:

60 Black Women in Horror (the list)
Interview with Linda Addison
Interview with Darlene Black
Interview with Valjeanne Jeffers
Interview with Jemiah Jefferson
Interview with Briana Lawrence
Interview with Nnedi Okorafor
Interview with A.L. Peck
Interview with Eden Royce
Interview with Sumiko Saulson

Giveaway on Facebook

You can also enter to win the signed paperback in a separate contest on my Author Facebook Page.  Just go to the link below, and click on the green “Giveaway” button to enter. In order to verify that you’re a human being, you will have to answer the question “Who is your favorite horror writer?” Don’t worry… it doesn’t have to be me or anything. I would really appreciate it if you would “like” my Author Facebook Page while you are there, but I don’t believe that is required to enter the giveaway. Just click here:

Then click on the green Giveaway button near the top of the page, under the big photo banner at the top.

You do need to have a Facebook account to enter.

~ by Sumiko Saulson on March 3, 2014.

One Response to “Two ways to win: 60 Black Women in Horror [paperback]”

  1. Reblogged this on Iconoclast Productions and commented:

    Iconoclast Productions is proud to be involved with “60 Black Women in Horror” as its publisher. Enter to win a paperback copy of the book.

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