"When we read, we start at the beginning and continue until we reach the end. When we write, we start in the middle and fight our way out." - Vickie Karp
Wednesday, 12 June 2013
50 'Weird Things....' on Postcards - GIVEAWAY
To celebrate reaching 5000 followers over on the 'Weird Things Customers Say in Bookshops' Facebook page, I'm giving away 50 handwritten postcards. They can have a NEW 'Weird Thing...' written on them, or a couple of lines from one of my poems, whichever you'd prefer.
I'll post to anywhere in the world. It's a first come first served basis. Email me at email@example.com with your name, address, and whether you'd prefer a poem or a Weird Thing... and I'll send a postcard to you.
I'll edit this post when the postcards have run out. If you're reading this in a subscription email, click here to see the original blog post and make sure the giveaway hasn't closed. GIVEAWAY CLOSED: That's all 50 postcards claimed, folks. Thanks very much to those who got in touch, and apologies to those who are just seeing this message now. I do a postcard giveaway about once every six months, though, so there will be other opportunities.
Signed copies of 'Weird Things Customers Say in Bookshops' and 'More Weird Things Customers Say in Bookshops' are 20% off this week. Details over here.
Also, there's a giveaway for two copies of the North American version, 'Weird Things Customers Say in Bookstores' over on Goodreads.
Jen Campbell is the author of the Sunday Times bestselling 'Weird Things Customers Say in Bookshops' series, and 'The Bookshop Book.' She's also an award-winning poet and short story writer. Her poetry collection 'The Hungry Ghost Festival' is published by The Rialto and she is currently writing a short story collection. She runs a Booktube channel over at youtube.com/jenvcampbell
OUT NOW (click for details) signed copies
From the oldest bookshop in the world, to the smallest you could imagine, The Bookshop Book examines the history of books, talks to authors about their favourite places, and looks at over three hundred weirdly wonderful bookshops across six continents (sadly, we’ve yet to build a bookshop down in the South Pole). The Bookshop Book is a love letter to bookshops all around the world.