Friday, February 3, 2012

Special "Year of the Dragonfriend" Book Giveaway

I've decided that another Dragonfriend giveaway is in order since this is the Year of the Dragon in the Chinese zodiac. Yes, add "clever marketing genius" to my list of attributes. Yup, that's what you should do all right. Sigh. Anyhoo, feel free to click on the link if you'd like to win a free copy of the book. It'll take you over to Goodreads where you can sign up and enter.



Goodreads Book Giveaway

Dragonfriend by Roger Eschbacher

Dragonfriend

by Roger Eschbacher

Giveaway ends March 03, 2012.
See the giveaway details at Goodreads.
Enter to win

7 comments:

Written Words said...

Great to see you listed in Rachel Harrie's Campaign, Roger!

Are you going to post the results of your giveaway in this blog?

Roger Eschbacher said...

Thanks, Scott. I met a lot of nice people during her last campaign so I signed up for this one as soon as I heard about it. I see you're doing it, too!

And yes, I spaced out and didn't post the winners of the last giveaway (there were five -- one Canadian and four from the States), but I'll definitely do that this time around. Thanks for the reminder!

C.j. Parmenter said...

Hi Roger, just stopping by to say hello from the writer's platform campaign. Best of luck with the book giveaway, and hope to see you out in the Twitterverse.

Roger Eschbacher said...

Thanks for stopping by to say hi, C.j. I'll definitely keep an eye out for you on Twitter.

Small Town Shelly Brown said...

Thanks for the heads up! I'll head over :)

I'm a campaigner as well. I remember you from the last campaign and I'm glad to be with you again :)

Roger Eschbacher said...

Thanks for stopping by STSB! I remember you, too (how could I not with such a distinctive monicker?).

Good luck!

Sher A. Hart said...

Hello from the campaign. I'm in your MG/Ya group. Now this is my kind of post. I'm addicted to giveaways. I'm currently rewriting in first person, so if you visit my blog (http://sherahart.blogspot.com) go to the next to last post and tell me if you think I could skip any of the info in my new intro and not lose the adult readers when they land in a story more like James and the Giant Peach than the serious fantasy they expected.