Monday, February 16, 2009

Win an ARC of To Hell in a Handbasket!

For quite some time now, I’ve been running a contest for subscribers to my email newsletter. Each time another 100 subscribers sign up, I draw a random number from all of the subscribers and award a prize of two books. These are the best contest odds you're going to find anywhere!

In the past, one of those prize books has been an autographed copy of A Real Basket Case and the other has been a book by another mystery author of my choice. For my next draw of a winner, I will replace the copy of A Real Basket Case with an autographed Advance Review Copy (ARC) of To Hell in a Handbasket, to be released in May.

Be the first among your associates to find out what mystery gift basket designer Claire Hanover has to tackle in her second adventure, this time in Breckenridge, Colorado. Revel in winter sports, family crises, and shady characters lurking among the firs and pines! Make mystery ARC and first edition collectors envious!

To sign up for my email newsletter, go to the newsletter page at my author website:

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If you have already signed up and have been receiving copies of my newsletter, you are already entered into the drawing. However, if your email address has changed since you last signed up, you'll need to do so again. And even if you're a good buddy, don't assume I'll add you to the list. I do not automatically sign up friends and associates because that would be spamming; registering must be your choice. Don't worry about signing up more than once, my email service will weed those duplicates out.

I wish I could give an ARC to every one of my subscribers, but I only have a few ARCs, so only one subscriber will have the privilege of an early read of To Hell in a Handbasket. Good luck to you all!


Anonymous said...

Yay! I just signed up!

L. Diane Wolfe said...

That's a fun way to do it! I'd recently announced a book giveaway for any fans who requested a stack of bookmarks, and there were so many, I drew two names yesterday morning.

Way to keep it fresh, Beth!

L. Diane Wolfe