India Drummond's Blood Faerie - Contest!

To celebrate the launch of her latest urban fantasy novel, Blood Faerie, author India Drummond will give away five Kindle copies of her book on its release day, 1 June 2011.

Blood Faerie is the first in India Drummond's new series, Caledonia Fae.

"Unjustly sentenced to death, Eilidh ran away from faerie lands to the streets of Perth, Scotland. Just when she has grown accustomed to exile, local police discover a mutilated body outside the abandoned church where she lives. Recognising the murder as the work of one of her own kind, Eilidh must choose: flee, or learn to tap into the forbidden magic that cost her everything."


To enter to win a Kindle copy of the new book, all you have to do is sign up for her email newsletter. The email list is only used to announce book releases and important events, and emails are sent out infrequently. (It's free, and it's easy to unsubscribe after the contest date if you find it's not for you.)

Five winners' names will be announced on the India Drummond newsletter on 1 June, along with instructions for how winners can claim their free Kindle books. Only subscribers are eligible to win.

No Kindle? No problem! Anyone with a PC, Mac, or smart device (iPhone, Blackberry, Android phone, etc.) can read a Kindle book. Download free reading software here.

Want to quadruple your chances of winning? Simply tweet about the contest with a link to any participating blog post and include @IndiaDrummond in your tweet. Or, share the link on Facebook. (But be sure to add @India Drummond to tag her on the link so she will see it! – You can add her to your friend list here) And finally, add another entry to the list by posting about the contest on your blog. Tweet and share the link as much as you like, but only one additional entry per method, per person.

Good luck, everyone!

Comments

L'Aussie said…
Hi Deniz. This is great. I've already joined up. It'd be great to win one.

Denise<3
J.L. Campbell said…
The book sounds interesting. Will tweet.

Tagged you in a meme. You can respond as and when you have time.
Jemi Fraser said…
I'm so excited for India! Can't wait to read the book :)
Deniz Bevan said…
Thanks JL and Jemi!

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