Good morning, shiny, happy people! Day 8 of this free shit I’m tossing around. Yesterday’s winner of The Final Warden by Thomas Cardin was AMY HUGHES. Congrats, Amy. I’ll be contacting you soon. 🙂
And back to day 8 things. I was having a discussion about keeping Christ in Christmas and how choosing a holiday themed title for a frivolous promotion thing was hard, because I have to take Christ out to use the “mas” title, and people might be offended. Then I was all, “Fuck it.” Bookmas is okay, and I’m okay, and you’re okay, and Fergus is smiling, because I feel like he’d say “Fuck it” to everything.
What? Oh, Fergus… yes. Fergus is the hilarious, irreverent, brave, loyal, all the good things, protagonist in JW Kent’s series, The Legend of Fergus. I love him. Fergus, not JW. Although, JW is great too. Where were we?
Right. For those of you just tuning in, we’re having a bit of a Christmas thing here on the edge, in which I give away book goodies for twelve days. On the 20th, we’ll be meeting on the Facebook for a party full of more giveaways and, of course, some shits and giggles. Today, on day 8 of this thing, I’m giving away a digital copy of JW Kent’s first book in the Fergus series, The Bridge at Ardendale.
Oh, and another thing, the winner today has the option of playing a starring role in a future novel written by moi. You have the choice of a role in the Gods series, the Fangs and Fur series, or something entirely new. Also, you can choose to be a hero or a villain.
But keep in mind…
And now, JW’s book:
So, what does a legendary mercenary do when he retires? “He finds him an out of the way place… where they grow good barley and hops. Sets his-self up brewing ale, and mayhap finds a soft, curvy lass or two to keep his bones warm at night….” But when Fergus walked into the Upper Arden Valley he found far more than he had bargained for.
To get in on this one, you just have to do what the rafflecopter thing tells you. It’s below the post. See it? Cool. I’ll announce the winner in tomorrow’s post.
a Rafflecopter giveaway