Update: I’m out of free copies for now, but I hope to have more in the future. Thanks for your interest! In the meantime, there are several other ways to get your hands on Containment.
I’m giving away free copies of my new science fiction novel, Containment. All I’m asking is that you do one of the following after you’ve read it:
- Blog about it.
- Post something on Twitter.
- Share it on Facebook.
- Leave a review on Amazon.
- Post through some other form of social media (your choice).
- (Optional) Pass it along to someone else who loves science fiction.
Of course, there’s no requirement for your post or review to be positive. Just tell the world what you honestly think.
If you want a free copy of Containment, please contact me through my Google profile and include the following:
- Your name.
- Your address.
- Whether or not you want a signed copy.
It will probably take a couple of weeks for me to get you your copy since, in order to do this efficiently, I’m going to have to do the ordering and mailing in bulk. Also, depending on demand, this offer may expire at any moment. And finally, one copy per address, and since I’m covering all costs, US addresses only, please.
If you don’t want to wait for your copy to arrive in the mail (or if you’re outside the US), there are several other ways to get Containment right now.
I got this and read it on kindle. Grate story.
I bought it, reading it on my iPad in the Kindle app, I’m only part way into it but I like it so far.
I’ve been reading this on my Kindle and thought the guy that wrote this must be wicked smart, so I checked and yep, seems I was right. Great story, I am going to check out your short stories now.
Well got my copy in the mail and started to read it immediately. Could not put it down. The writing was excellent and I ended up wanting more! The story line jumped a few times too quickly (ie: Suddenly a large amount of time has passed and you didn’t realize it until later, so you had to go back and read it again with the proper frame of mind) but overall it was fascinating and very well written. I could visualize the environment in my head which tells me that the writing held it’s own. I wish we could have spent more time exploring “outside” (without spoiling the story) because that is when it really became interesting for me. As promised I’ll post a longer review out on Amazon or someplace – very much worth it. Part 2, anyone?