So this morning I was rearranging the bookshelves a bit in my studio. For a happy reason. I have so many language translations now of my books, they don't all fit on the "foreign rights shelf." And I don't just mean Pay It Forward, either. Love in the Present Tense, Chasing Windmills, Second Hand Heart...all are being mailed to me in languages I don't speak. It's lovely.
I tend to archive at least one, hopefully two ARCs (advance reader's copies) of each book. But as I was arranging, I noticed I have many more for Pay It Forward. Many more. More like ten. I guess I thought I was saving them for posterity. Or...I don't know. Something. But they aren't doing the world much good on my shelf.
So. Want a signed advance reader's copy of Pay It Forward? Could be a collector's item one of these days. You never know.
Here's how complicated it is to win one. Leave a comment, telling me you want to win one. At the end of April, I'll choose a name out of the hat and start another contest. If I don't draw your name, keep trying. I'll give away at least six in 2011.
Ooops. One thing I forgot to mention. I need to have a way to contact you if you win, so you might want to leave an email address on the form (it won't show publicly). I am not doing giveaways to collect email addresses. I don't email readers unless they email me. If you'd prefer, just check back at the end of April to see if you've won. If so, you can go to the "contact me" page and send me a mailing address at that time.