Have I got a Deal for You

So now I'm sort of stymied about how to Flog my Books.
How about you help me?

I'll send you any one of my books. Even the out-of-print one by Kate (Somebody Wonderful)--You then write a review and put it in your blog or somewhere online. You hate the book, well, I'll survive. And you'll be put in a pool to win a gift certificate ($30) at Barnes and Noble or Amazon (updated to add Amazon because I'm thinking I might put this in my blog there. Heh) or Samhain, your choice.

The only book not included in this offer is Taming Him.

If you put this offer on someone's site or your own, show me and I'll put you in a drawing for everyone's favorite, a THIRTY DOLLARS! gift certificate for Barnes and Noble, Amazon, OR Samhain, your choice.

That's not so complex, right?

Here's the deal (repetition is good)

1. Get a free book by Kate and or Summer and write and post something about it ("I loved/hated this book by Kate and/or Summer. You should/shouldn't buy it and read it because_____. Don't ask me to send my copy because this one happens to be an ebook and we don't share our ebooks.") be put in a drawing pool for a THIRTY DOLLAR GIFT CERTICATE.


2. Post this offer on your site or maybe on another site (as long as it's not spammish because I don't want to get in trouble. This is not a chain letter.) Send me a link to your post and be put into yet another drawing pool for another THIRTY DOLLAR GIFT CERTIFICATE.

Do both and be put in both pools.

There. That's sixty dollars I was going to spend elsewhere.

UPDATED: Forgot the end date. Contest ends be JUNE 19. That's the day Revealing Skills comes out in print. Updates will be added as I realize mistakes were made.

Here're the books you can review
by Kate Rothwell (both are print books)

Somebody Wonderful
Somebody to Love

by Summer Devon-- only ebooks, although I do have one meh paper copy of Learning Charity. Revealing Skills will be out in print--but the day the book is released is the day the contest ends so...um, no, only ebooks unless you pick up a copy of Taming Him or, maybe, if you beg me prettily, I'll send you Taming Him. But you must be eloquent.

at Ellora's Cave:
Invisible Touch

at Samhain:
Learning Charity
Revealing Skills

...now why did I think I had more Summer books out? This is interesting. Am I missing something? Grey cells. Just yesterday I swore to someone I had seven Summer books. A dragon one just got accepted at Samhain.

I did forget a Kate book. It's a peculiar ebook. That's here.


  1. Lisa Avila11:53 AM

    I'd love to read one of your books and then post a comment about it.

    "Unnatural Calamities" looks like something I'd enjoy reading.

  2. I'll take FutureLove - I've been wanting to read a copy for ages!

  3. Oh, and I also included a link to your Flipping Contest on my blog.

  4. Hi Lisa!
    I love Unnatural Calamities, too (I think it's my favorite, though I haven't looked at it in while) but unfortunately no editors have liked it, so it's not available.

    I'll go amend the contest since I didn't make that clear. I meant books that have been published. Maybe I'll put up a list. And Sam, I'll email you a copy as soon as I find one.

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  6. I would love to try out one of your books, Perfection looks good to me!

    Cool idea,


  7. Woo hoo!! Free book, prizes and SBD fodder!! Fantastic - count me in. But I understand if you don't want to send out of the US, so an e-book would suit me fine. I'm mind of titillated by the one Doug mentioned.

    I'll post up ASAP tomorrow, ish.

  8. I am a book whore and will read anything and everything. Count me in for whatever you would like a review on most.

    I will post details of your contest on my blog tomorrow. It's way past my bedtime right now.

  9. Teacher girl, I need a contact to send you a book.

    Lyvvie, which book did he mention? He's actually bought and read a bunch of my books, god bless the man. Oh, bah, I suppose I could wander over to read his blog.

  10. Sorry, I just read your new post, realizing (duh) you would need more info. My email is kianeeko@gmail.com, and my blog is http://losersandlunatics.blogspot.com



  11. Hi Kate-
    I cannot resist free books! Actually, I just cannot resist books... Count me in :) Got anything specific you'd like someone bent to review?

  12. I'm in for the count! Just the blog post one, I'm sorry to say. I have a baby who just *hates* me devoting my time to anything else (sigh) Otherwise I'd have loved to do both. Anyway, here the link : http://abookwormsdiary.blogspot.com/2007/05/looking-for-loot.html


  13. Brillaint I got my book - thanks Kate!! I'll be printing and reading it tomorrow while the chickens are in swimming lessons. I'll be re-pimping today...

    Thank you!!

    OH and I was going to say, I've read all of the Alphabet Murders by Sue Grafton, and I never would've started if I hadn't liked the free book, A is for Alibi, that came free with an issue of SHE magazine. So this proffering of free books is not amateurish!

  14. I am a fast reader and I love to write reviews. Consider me for the book

  15. Anonymous4:59 PM

    oh my oh my, i see some stiff competition, but as a reviewer for two sites and a member of 100's of groups i will let every know even book reporter. i;m ashamed to saw i never read any ue a sctoode hubby.

    linda b

  16. JOYE!
    Sure, but you have to email me so I know where to send it. Up on the top right is my email address.

    Linda b Huh? What?


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