Giving It Away For Free

Posted on 31 May 2012

Living Arrangements is the book of the week over at Fiction Writers Review. That means three readers will win free copies of the book. All you have to do to be eligible is follow FWR at @fictionwriters on Twitter.

And in the spirit of short story collection giveaways — and Short Story Month itself, which is almost over, I really really really encourage you to enter to win a free copy of Anthony Doerr’s collection Memory Wall. All you have to do is leave a blog comment here by the end of May 31.  I’ll even make it midnight Pacific time.

This isn’t about getting more comments on my blog, it’s about what a shame it is that the Memory Wall giveaway currently only has three entries. I encourage you to share the giveaway info on your blog or Twitter feed, if that’s your thing. And if not, that’s fine — the three people who did enter so far will have a better chance at winning. Which is a win-win for all of us, because I’m currently cleaning out my bookshelves and have Doerr’s book sitting at the ready. It’s just dying to get into a padded envelope and make its journey to one lucky reader.

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5 responses to Giving It Away For Free

  • Sarah W says:

    Book of the week? That’s great!

  • Averil says:

    Woo-hoo! Another feather in your cap, Laura. Congrats on the book of the week.

  • Dawn. says:

    Congrats Laura! I have some more good news for you: my review of Living Arrangements went live today:

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