As I noted in a previous post, here, I’m the featured author in January on Drey’s Library. Drey did a review of The Stolen and is holding a giveaway (two copies within in the US and one international). The giveaway last until the end of the month. While you’re there, be sure to look through the page for other excellent reviews, interviews, and giveaways.
Ingrid Seymour was kind enough to interview me for her blog, Fiction Bound, and host a giveaway. You can find both here. Do check it out as it was a lot of fun and you can sign up to win a free signed copy of The Stolen.
Did I mention it was free?
Did I mention it was signed?
But wait, there’s more!
Act now and I’ll include a special bonus gift!
No, I won’t tell you what it is, you’ll have to wait and be delighted in surprise when it arrives.
For those who prefer the full link, here it is: http://fictionbound.com/2014/09/06/meet-bishop-oconnoll/
Congratulations to Carolyn Watson and Stephanie Kay!
You two get a shiny new copy of The Stolen. Just send me an email (you can use the contact me link on the right) with where you would like it sent and any personalization you’d like on the signature.
Thanks to all who entered.
One week from today The Stolen will be available in paperback. To mark the occasion, I’m giving away two signed copies, before you can even get it in stores!
But I hear you asking, “Bishop, what do we have to do to receive such a rare and precious gift?” I’m glad you asked. Three simple steps (it is a faerie tale after all):
*Update* I’ve come to see I might’ve asked too much being an unknown to people at this point, so if you complete just one of the following, or fan me on Goodreads, I’ll put you in the running. This is NOT limited to the USA*
- Follow me on twitter @
- Follow this blog (you can do so via email if you don’t have a WordPress account) use the button to the right, under “categories”
- Like my Facebook page, here
That’s all you need to do!
Wednesday Thursday afternoon I’ll announce the winners, chosen at random.
If you’ve already done those three things, just send me a tweet saying “I want a book!”
You know you want one…