That's right, folks! It is time for yet another giveaway for The Paladin Prophecy... This time, I won't be giving away a copy of the book. Instead, you'll have the chance to win one of two of the Random Buzzer "redemption card" that I mentioned in this video!
So, without further ado...
a Rafflecopter giveaway
Terms and conditions: This giveaway will run from 10/18/12 - 10/25/12. If you are under 18, please get your parent's permission to participate. This contest is open to the United States and Canada. If you have any questions/concerns, please email me: firstname.lastname@example.org. These cards are for people who are not members of randombuzzers.com.
PLEASE CONTINUE AFTER THE BREAK FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT THE PRIZES!
What is a Random Buzzer redemption card?
The first picture is of the front of the card - nothing special there... It is the back that is more important! As you can see, I've blurred out a section of the card. This is where you will find your registration code. When you sign up for randombuzzers.com, you will be given an area to enter this code. This will automatically give you 15,000 points! You will then be able to redeem these points in the store section of the website for books or other random swag (posters, book marks, etc.). I have it on good authority that Random Buzzers just re-stocked their store with items that only new members can see!
Why is Random Buzzers worth my time?
Because if you're into new (and old) titles in the Young Adult genre, Random Buzzers offers author interviews, discussions, interactive forums (yep, you can chat with Christopher Paolini, author of Eragon). Random Buzzers also has an extensive forum in which you can chat with hundreds of other book lovers about basically anything. The site also hosts a variety of activities - quizzes, writing prompts, challenges, surveys as well as an area to post your own reviews as well as comment on other member's reviews. Oh, and have I mentioned giveaways =]? Participating on the site in the above mentioned ways earn you points that you can redeem for books - I redeemed 20,000 points for an annotated version of The Phantom Tollbooth.
Why is 15,000 points worth me participating in this giveaway?
Because 15,000 points is a huge boost! Let me give you a personal example - I have been active on randombuzzers.com August 11th, 2011 and to date, I have only earned roughly 30,000 points. Granted, there have been periods of time that I haven't been active at all on the website, but still. You get the idea!
If you have any questions, please email me - email@example.com. If I am unable to answer your questions, I will be able to contact someone who can!
Good luck and happy reading!