A few days ago I discovered this neat thing. You can create giveaways and embed them on your website. And those who want to participate have to complete some tasks – of your choosing, of course.
So I thought it’s a cool thing and maybe some people might think it’s cool as well and use it for their own self-published titles. And, well, today I started playing with it.
Unfortunately, WordPress doesn’t support Java, so you can’t see how cool the widget actually is. But you can view it on my Facebook page. I’m giving away 20 E-book copies of A Sad, Sad Symphony. The giveaway is active and will end next Friday, well in time for some Weekend reading. You can download a sample here. Or you can read it on Scribd.
If anyone knows similar platforms, which actually work with WordPress, please don’t be selfish and share. This is why they invented comment boxes.
P.S. If you’re a book blogger or you just want to read and review A Sad, Sad Symphony on Amazon and/or Smashwords (hopefully and), you can e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I’ll be more than happy to provide you with a copy.