Exciting times, geeks! Thanks for continuing to support this lil’ book! And a huge thank you to Kate over at Quirk Books! I wish you had a Twitter so I could embarrass you on social media. You’re awesome at what you do!
Well it looks like I slept through National Audiobook Month, seeing as we’re over halfway through June. But hey, there’s still time, right? Right. Let’s do a giveaway.
First off, why do I own so many of my own audiobook? Well, every once and a while, I’ll spot The Geek’s Guide to Dating audiobook discounted on the ol’ Amazon. And when I see my own audiobook discounted to like $2, I generally can’t help myself, and I buy a bunch to giveaway to friends, family, and oh, the Internet!
To celebrate (the rest of) National Audiobook Month, here’s a lil’ giveaway of The Geek’s Guide to Dating audiobook, which was published by Brilliance Audio. I’m giving away THREE COPIES in the Rafflecopter below.
Now sales are great, but hey, let’s have a BONUS CONTEST.
If you buy The Geek’s Guide to Dating on any of those platforms and email me a screenshot of your receipt, you’ll be entered to win some awesome prizes.
ONE lucky winner will get their likeness illustrated by Juan Carlos Solon, the artist behind the gorgeous pixel images in The Geek’s Guide to Dating.
You might recognize a lot of his work from places like Wired, BuzzFeed, and awesome, awesome video games. You can check out his crazy portfolio here. It’ll come printed and framed. Here’s what his pixel people look like, as seen in Chapter 2′s opening page:
THREE winners will win a framed, signed copy of The Geek’s Guide to Dating poster. There are only a handful of these left, and Quirk gave them out at places like New York Comic Con, C2E2, and more.
And there you have it! Just send me proof of your order (email@example.com), and I’ll enter you into the contest. And yes, this is open internationally.
Good luck, and happy reading!
And Lauren, that’s still my favorite photo of my book EVER. You’re amazing.
Even though The Geek’s Guide to Dating came out in December of 2013, the news does somehow keep rolling in for this lil’ geeky book. Which is super nice, and largely due to one fantastic subsidiary rights manager.