Just a reminder about the GIVEAWAY for June’s selection of The Progressive Book Club, The Artist’s Way by Julia Cameron. Be sure to click on the giveaway link and enter today!
Signing up for June’s discussion will net you TEN entries, with additional ones available for following me on Twitter, liking my Facebook page, tweeting about the giveaway, and a few more (I’ve actually forgotten what they are). There are 22 chances to enter…make sure to put your name in the hat today!
Also: May’s book (discussion on the 15th) is How to Write Good by John Vorhaus. John is a contributor to Writer Unboxed, and his book offers a whimsical look at writing. It’s a refreshing change from all the heavy-duty processes of some of the other books, and a steal at $5.99 for the paperback ($4.99 for the Kindle version). Today’s article at WU, Here’s What I’m Learning From This One, is actually written by John…what a coinkydink!
“How to Write Good” by John Vorhaus Sign-up Link (May’s book):
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“The Artist’s Way” by Julia Cameron Sign-up Link (June’s book):
Get the InLinkz code for “The Artist’s Way” Sign-up List
Join in on the fun TODAY!
13 thoughts on “Two Weeks Left to Enter Giveaway!”
It cracks me up every time I see that “How to Write Good” title. I’ll have to investigate it further, as I already know I talk good.
I think you stay a little cracked, Laura. And yes, talk good you do, young Skywalker.
I’ll tweet about this straight away!
Wishing you and the future lucky winners all the best in this giveaway.
If you want the book, enter the giveaway! You don’t have to join the book club to enter. There are four entries that you have without joining the club.
May’s book sounds good. After the Challenge though, I may just have a meltdown that month…
I don’t blame you, Alex. The A-Z sounds like a version of NaNo. I had a meltdown for like, well, I’m still melted. Enter to win June’s book…we’d love to have you!
Mike– this is such a fantastic idea– I know lots will take advantage of it.
Thanks, Julie. It would be nice.
lol, I love that title: How to Write Good
You know…names and titles are my kryptonite. I’m a sucker for an interesting one and will count pennies to buy the book if I have to. I hope the book is as humorous (and lives up to it’s claim).
Ach. Those certainly look like interesting and helpful books. HOw to Write Good–sounds like its going to be a fun (or funny book) to read.