Have you read a book by the debut co-writing team of Katie Porter? Have you told others what you think? Now’s your chance! With Kindles!
We’d love to get the word out by giving others access to the most important opinions of all: those of readers! It’s so simple. Just post a review of DOUBLE DOWN on Amazon.
Love it, hate it, think it’s worth a solid three stars…? Want to write a few lines or a treatise? We can’t wait to hear what you think. Here are the prizes.
When DOUBLE DOWN reaches 25 reviews, we’ll give away a $50 Amazon gift certificate to a randomly selected reviewer.
When DOUBLE DOWN reaches 50 reviews, we’ll give away a $119 Kindle Paperwhite.
When DOUBLE DOWN reaches 100 reviews, and for every 100 reviews after that, we’ll give away a $199 Kindle Fire HD.
You only need to enter once. One person. One voice. But your chances are never exhausted–unless you win, of course. For example, if you’re reviewer number 12, you’ll be eligible for the 25, 50, and 100+ review prizes. By encouraging other Katie Porter fans to participate, you up the prize stakes.
Fine print: No purchase necessary–coz hey, libraries and friends loan copies all the time. We’ll ship anywhere these American version Kindle devices are functional, or replace the prize with an Amazon gift card equivalent. Those who already own Kindles may choose a Amazon gift card equivalent. Your opinion will not affect your odds, as all drawings will be conducted via Random.org. Contest ends December 27, 2012. Void where prohibited..
Thank you for your enthusiasm, and best of luck in your amazing race to a Kindle!
BP Note – replies to this post do not constitute as entries. Please follow the contest directions as provided above. Good luck!
2 thoughts on “Katie Porter’s Amazing Race for a Kindle”
I hope this doesn’t cause ppl to post a review just to nudge up the numbers to try and get a kindle. As a kindle owner, it’s increasingly difficult to trust ANY reviews on Amazon and it bothers me how many ‘free’ books get 5 star reviews, and then I read them…oy!
@rebeccaj: I still like to believe that people are basically good and most of them will actually put in the effort to say something about the book.