When I was sent a review copy of Frank Peretti's latest novel, I actually received two copies. I was told that this was so that I could give one away on my blog. I could be selfish and keep both for myself, but that's pointless and not nearly as much fun. Now, do you want to win a copy of Illusion? Of course you do! Who doesn't like free stuff?
This is the Advance Reader's Edition, which basically means that the editing is not quite completed, though it's very close, and that it has a different cover image (as seen in the photo). It is paperback with 497 pages.
How to enter (+1 entry for each item on the list):
-Follow my blog with your Blogger* account
-Share this giveaway on Facebook
-Share this giveaway on Twitter
(Use the tag #rjhblog.)
For these entries to count, you can either send an email to email@example.com with "Illusion Giveaway" as the subject header, or leave a comment on this blog with your name and email.
The email or comment will need to include which items on the list you have fulfilled, and I promise that I will not send you spam or anything like that. The giveaway will end on April 22, 2012, and around that time a winner will be selected at random to receive a copy of Illusion. Update: The email or comment counts as an entry as well. The items on the list are for additional entries to improve your chances of winning. If you leave a comment and send an email, it will only count as one entry.
*You don't need a Blogger account to follow this blog. You can use Google, Yahoo, Twitter, and maybe others as well. If you don't have a Blogger account, click "Join this site" on the sidebar (under "Followers") to view your options.
This giveaway is only open in the USA. I know there are people in other countries who would very much like to get their hands on the book, but my current income does not allow for shipping prices unless they're decently low. I apologize, and I hope this will be something we can get around sometime in the future.
Now, who's ready to win a book?
Frank Peretti's website
Reuben Horst's review of Illusion