The new Heritage Edition of Wind of the Spirit releases April 1, so I’m thinking it’s time to have a drawing! I happen to have a few copies in my hot little hands already, so why not give some away in advance? Even if you have the original version, if you win, you’ll have the new revised and updated edition with the gorgeous new cover—for free!
You know the drill. To enter, leave a comment on this post. If you prefer the e-book format, the new edition is available too, in fact it’s already up on Kindle, Nook, and CBD. Just let me know whether you’d like print or e-book format.
I’ll announce the winner next Friday, and we’ll have at least a couple more drawings during March. And maybe I’ll even give away a full set of the currently available titles . . .
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