Free Book Giveaway Extravaganza

Ok, so maybe it’s not quite that exciting, but I am offering up two free kindle copies of Spirits of St. Louis: Missouri Ghost Stories and 100 Worlds: Lightning-Quick SF and Fantasy Tales.

If you would like to enter to win, just leave a comment on this post to earn one entry. In the spirit of both books, I am also adding a further incentive. For one additional bonus entry, include in your comment a 100 word (exact) ghost story. I would like to compile these after the contest and present them together in another post to showcase everyone’s work, so leave a pen name and / or website for attribution. Submission of a story means you agree to one-time, non-exclusive electronic rights for me to publish your story on my blog only. You will retain all other rights.

I will draw the winners at random, and each winner will have the opportunity to choose which book they would like to receive. In addition to granting an extra entry, if the winner has submitted a 100 word story, they will also be eligible to upgrade to a print copy of the book of their choice.

Here it all is in concise format. Good luck! I’m looking forward to seeing some great stories.

Contest Details

Eligibility: Anyone is eligible, as long as they can be contacted to claim their prize.

How to Enter: Comment on this post. Include a 100 word ghost story in your comment for an additional bonus entry and possible prize upgrade.

Deadline: The entry period will end at 11:59 CST on November 29, 2013.

Prize: Winners will receive one kindle copy of either Spirits of St. Louis: Missouri Ghost Stories, or 100 Worlds: Lightning-Quick SF and Fantasy TalesIf the winner submitted a 100 word story, they may elect to receive a print copy instead.


15 thoughts on “Free Book Giveaway Extravaganza

  1. Oh, this is an awesome idea. I’ll have a go!

    The wind pulled at her hair, whispering – November the first, November the first. In the distance, a clock chime welcomed in night, and cast out any loose moonlight across the sky.

    A lake, a forest, a land…they all stood behind her goal. She kicked and rubbed her bare arms against each other. She needed them bare.

    She didn’t have to ask ‘why November?’. Season of the dead. A feeling on her shoulder confirmed that she’d past the lake boundary towards her brother’s grave; and his hand was the warmest touch.

    She caressed the empty air. And her heart stopped beating.

    Alexandrina Brant,

  2. Definitely want a chance to win this! Thanks! Story below;

    ‘Spare some change, lad?’
    The hermit was disgusting; smelt terrible.
    ‘Sorry – got nothing’.

    Kill him…
    ‘Come on – I heard it in your pocket.’
    His breath was rancid, like off milk.
    ‘I’ve really got nothing.’

    He knows…

    ‘Just a few pennies, please!’
    The hermit’s steps followed him.
    ‘Just leave me alone!’

    He’s not going to…

    ‘Why d’you have to be so uncaring!?’
    A hand grabbed his arm, and he whirled-

    -he was stood in front of a steaming pile of flesh.
    His hands were soaked in red.

    Told you…

    He bolted through the trees, chased by his ghost’s demonic chuckle

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  4. Here’s mine –

    I have never been much good at paperwork, so when the dude with the big scythe came by with that huge form to fill out I just sloughed him off. Colossal mistake that was. I figured I had all of eternity, right? What was the rush? How was I to know that if you missed the bus to eternal bliss you had to wait for like, a century. So now I am stuck here in Boringtown, Missouri, where nothing much happened even when I was alive, so how in the world is that going to improve now I am dead?

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