by brittany geragotelis
I know better than anyone that you can rack up a pretty big bill buying up all the books you want to read. This is the complaint I get most often from avid book-readers, especially teens: I don't have the money to buy another book. And as frustrating as it is to hear this as a writer (especially since a lot of e-books are the price of your fave drink at Sbux) it's hard to argue during this economy.
So, I've decided to give 100 lucky readers a chance to read my upcoming novel, Ki$$ & $ell, for FREE!
But here's the catch.
If you want to read Ki$$ & $ell for free, I'm going to need something from you, too. I need you to review it in return. Now, I'm not telling you to give it a glowing review....but hey, if that's how you feel, then I want you to tell others about it! However, if you don't like what you've read, then I want you to include that in your review as well. All I ask is that you review it and try to be thoughtful when writing your review (No attacking, please).
If this sounds like something you'd like to participate in (you must have an e-mail account and be able to write reviews on Amazon or Goodreads; kids, ask your parents in advance please), then here's what I'll need from you!
--Make sure you have a device you can read an e-book on (nook, kindle, etc)
--E-mail me at email@example.com with the following information:
*Your preferred type of e-reader
*A sentence stating that you'd like to read the book for free, and intend to write a review
on either Amazon or Goodreads about it when you're finished.
--Once I've sent the book your way, please read it as soon as you can, and then write a review of it. This can be anything from two to three sentences to three paragraphs. Length is up to you. Then, upload your review to either Amazon or Goodreads. You can post to both if you wish.
That's it! Easy peasy!
Like I said, I'm only going to give away copies to the first 100 people who e-mail me and agree to write a review, so be sure to reach out ASAP!