I meant to announce the second drawing on Monday, but this has been another busy week, so let’s get things going before I get covered up again!
Leave a comment on this post by noon on Wednesday, August 22, and you’ll be entered to win a set of Daughter of Liberty, Native Son, and Wind of the Spirit so you or a friend can get caught up with the series before Crucible of War releases! Leave your email address and specify whether you’d like to receive the print or ebook versions. All of the books are available in Kindle, Nook, or in epub format.
I’m heading down to Tennessee tomorrow and will be gone for a few days, but I’ll pop in from time to time to respond to comments. Let all your contacts know about the drawing! I’ll try to squeeze in a couple more of books 1-3, and as soon as it’s available we’ll do some drawing for Crucible of War!
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