Thursday, August 26, 2010

Advance Notice! Kindle Giveaway Blog Tour soon!


Author Scott Nicholson and Amazon are giving away two Kindles as part of his fall book blog tour from September through November, including a stop here Oct. 22. A Kindle DX will be given away through the participating blogs, and a Kindle 3 will be given away through the tour newsletter. A Pandora's Box of free ebooks will be given away through Nicholson's "hauntedcomputer" Twitter account. No purchase necessary, and the contest is international.

“The rising popularity of the Kindle has coincided with Act II of my career,” Nicholson said. “I love the stories I hear about how the Kindle has expanded people’s reading habits, helped those with vision impairment, and made books easier to find. I also want to celebrate the bloggers who spread the word about good books.”

Nicholson is author 12 novels and three story collections, as well as four comics series and six screenplays. His paranormal thrillers "The Red Church," "Drummer Boy" and "Speed Dating with the Dead" have all hit #1 in the Kindle "Ghosts" category.

As a bonus, if Nicholson hits the Top 100 in the U.S. or U.K. Kindle Store during the tour between Sept. 1 and Nov. 30, he will give away an extra Kindle 3 through the blogs. Sign up for the newsletter at to get daily links to the participating blogs. Winners will be selected at the Watauga County (NC) Public Library in December. Co-sponsored by Kindle Nation Daily and Dellaster Design. Details at

Make sure to sign up early! Twitter and the Newsletter, and of course, check out those blogs signed up and participate through the tour for your own chances to win!!

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