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 Win a bunch of thrillers...2 ways, Including The Shroud of Heaven
Nick Kismet
Posted: Apr 18 2009, 08:34 PM


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I'm going to be making two signed copies of The Shroud of Heaven available in different contests. One of them is fairly painless--just sign up for the International Thriller Writers monthly newsletter (ITW is an organization founded by, among others, the Grandmaster himself). The other contest will require a little more work and creativity, but you have a much better chance of winning books like the latest (as yet unreleased) James Rollins and Thomas Greanias thrillers.

Details are here.

Win a signed copy of The Shroud of Heaven.

And remember, Shroud will be available in print on June 1. Ask for it from you favorite local bookstore.

This post has been edited by Nick Kismet on Apr 19 2009, 10:43 PM
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tonym5
Posted: Apr 19 2009, 05:15 AM


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Woooohooo....I do love to read a good story that's well written, especially adventures. wave.gif
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Nick Kismet
Posted: May 15 2009, 07:56 PM


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According to Amazon.com, The Shroud of Heaven is now available, even though there's still two weeks until the official release date. My guess is that this reflects the turnaround time, but who knows. In any case, I just wanted to post another reminder about these contests.

Also, just for my friends here at the Cussler Forum, and for just the next couple weeks, I am going to make a .pdf proof version of Shroud available on request. I know a lot of you hate reading books on the computer screen...I certainly do...but if you're interested, visit my website (click the link below) and then send me an email request using the link there (or skip that step and email me at seanellisthrillers@yahoo.com). Fear not, I'm not building a mailing list or anything like that.

All I ask in return is a (preferably favorable) review on Amazon and/or any of your prefered online booksellers.

While you're at it, you may have noticed that the Clive Cussler Code is listed on Amazon. You can't actually buy it there, but some positive reviews would still be nice and maybe generate a little buzz for the forum.
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Nick Kismet
Posted: Jun 5 2009, 06:25 AM


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Read all about...ummm...me!

Interview with Sean Ellis in The Big Thrill

And if you haven't already done so, be sure to sign up for the Big Thrill.

Also, if you're creatively inclined, check out the contest featured earlier in the thread to create a viral video featuring Jeremey Robinson's new novel PULSE. Incidentally, PULSE is an excellent novel.
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Nick Kismet
Posted: Jul 13 2009, 06:41 PM


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Here's another way to win some books: The Get Caught Reading contest! Check it out.

Also, the ITW contest is over now, but Jeremy Robinson has only had 2 entries in his viral video contest, and the prize list has gotten HUGE. I'd say there's at least $300 worth of books there, to say nothing of their collectible values.
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Empress
Posted: Jul 13 2009, 07:45 PM


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Ha, I'm going to have so much fun with this! Save the books for people that don't have them, I'm doing it for fun!
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