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Saturday, June 27, 2009

FREE BOOK DRAWING!


Come one! Come all! and welcome to Flaming Pen Press's announced book Give Away.
Swords of the Six is approaching its first 500 copies sold. To celebrate, I'm giving away one hardcover edition and one softcover edition to random participants.
To participate: Reply to this blog post for a single entry. And to have your name entered twice, simply post about this contest on your own blog and leave a link in a second comment on the FlamingPenBlog.


Contest begins NOW and ends July 4th when the winner is announced. The winners will be drawn from a hat by my wife! and then announced on this blog.

God speed participants!

1st Place: A signed copy of Swords of the Six (Hardcover w/dustjacket) and an oversized collector's bookmark

2nd Place: A signed copy of Swords of the Six (softcover)

29 comments:

Roheryn said...

I'd love to be entered.
Thanks!!

Tom said...

I'd like to be entered in the drawing too! Your book sounds pretty good.

Liss said...

Wow, this sounds like fun! :D Even if I don't win, I'm definitely going to be looking for this at the bookstores.

DragonFan said...

Wow, this book sounds great! Consider my entry in.

JT Norlander said...

I entered The Yodeling Dwarf giveaway but didn't get it, so I'm in for this one! :)
JT

JT Norlander said...

I've also posted a post about this contest on my blog, Proeliator of Lux Lucis.

proeliatorofluxlucis.blogspot.com

It may be hidden somewehre, but it's there. :)
JT

Good_devin said...

free book please?

Leslie said...

Please enter me too!

Araken said...

Count me in!

Punak said...

Sure I'll enter. I am always ready for a new story!

Tricia Hall said...

Your book is great, Scott. Just finished reading it and looking forward to the next installment. In the mean time I'd love to give your book to a few of my friends. So please enter me in your drawing!

√čarwen said...

I got the book today!
Thank you!!!

Rachel Danielle said...

I would love to enter!

Rachel Danielle said...

I just posted about the contest on my blog at rachel-danielle.blogspot.com!

Hannah said...

I'd love to be entered!!!! I'm gone on July 4th, so if I win (which I dearly hope I do) then I'll check it on my dad's laptop! ^_^

Blessings,

Hannah

Hannah said...

I posted about it on my blog, here's the link to the post: http://manyrandommusings.blogspot.com/2009/07/book-giveaway.html

Thanks! I'm very excited!!!

Blessings,

Hannah

~Prism~ said...

Please enter me. =)

Evergreena said...

Oooh goodie! A drawing!

ElizabethOfMena said...

Cool! I haven't read the book, but I'd like to. So sign me up! :)

Assr lei∂r ykkarr or∂.

~ElizabethOfMena~

Rachel said...

I would like to be entered.
Thank you.

Memzie Latham said...

Wow, I am excited! I am entering right now!

R.P.H said...

This is way to cool :) Please count me in. Your book looks and sounds awesome.

Thanks
and
Have a great day,

~Ryan

Memzie Latham said...

My blog is http://emileightherebuilder.blogspot.com/
May the best pick win!

Cami Checketts said...

I'd love to be entered. My ten-year old and I are in need of a new favorite author to follow.
Best of luck with your writing,
Cami

Isirian said...

Entering!
posted about it on my blog here's my address,
www.eowynsrecords.blogspot.com
thanks!

~Prism~ said...

I have posted about the contest:

http://agirlofmanycolors.blogspot.com/2009/07/randomness-friday-giveaway-and-tagged.html

Chris said...

I'll enter! I posted here...
http://myinkspotblog.blogspot.com/2009/06/book-giveaway.html
=)
Chris

Ivorydancer said...

Wow! The book sounds awesome... It really is a blessing to "meet" other Christian writers! I am currently working on a book and I hope to publish someday!

Moriah said...

I would like to enter. I will post It on my blog also! My name is Moriah, And I LOVE to reed. It looks like it would be fun to read!

WELCOME TO THE WRITING SITE OF SCOTT APPLETON

"Pleasant words are as an honeycomb, sweet to the soul, and health to the bones." -Proverbs 16:24

In a world where morality is forsaken and Christ neglected, wholesome books are uncommon. The themes of my writing are love, self-sacrifice, and honor.

I see my generation turning from God to the gods of this world. I see homes torn apart in the pursuit of pleasure and self-gratification. Children are murdered by the millions every year . . . without ever seeing the world outside their mothers' wombs. Through fiction I strive to encourage those who are willing, to stand against these things and be heroes and heroines; chivalrous, gentle, full of righteous indignation, and the fear and love of their Creator.