ShadowTime Writer’s Give Away

Tahosa Treasure

The release date for Tahosa Treasure is just one month away!

Come January 8th, our book will be available on Amazon, Kindle and Barnes & Noble. We are pretty excited!

So, today, with just one month to go, we thought we would celebrate by hosting the very first ShadowTime Writer’s give-away!

Here’s the plan:

– We will be giving away one copy of Tahosa Treasure to the winner

– Participants may enter the give-away up to three times by doing the following:

1st entry = answering the question (posted below) in the comments

2nd entry = “like” ShadowTime Writers on FB (if you haven’t already) and leave another comment letting us know you did

3rd entry = follow Shadowtime Writers on Twitter (if you  haven’t already) and leave another comment letting us know you did

– We will be taking entries until midnight Friday, December 14th

– The winner will be announced on Monday, December 17th.

So…the question is:

What was the last book you read on U.S. History?

And the give-away is on!

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8 comments on “ShadowTime Writer’s Give Away

  1. Holly says:

    Junior year textbook on US history..pretty sad! I NEED A COPY so I can catch up on that 🙂

  2. Holly says:

    Already like…just followed!

  3. Whitney says:

    Two years ago… my college course on US History.

  4. Whitney says:

    I already liked you on FB… just followed on Twitter 🙂

  5. Michael Vuke says:

    (had some difficulty logging in; not sure if my last comment went through or not)
    The last US History book I read was The Devil in the White City, which is the non-fiction story of the Chicago World’s Fair and a murderer that lived in Chicago at that time/the manhunt to catch him.

  6. JessicaC says:

    hmmm….does reading children’s thanksgiving books to my kids count as a history book?? =) Before that, I’m ashamed to admit it was probably a college textbook. I love history…but don’t don’t read as much non-fiction as I used to.

  7. JessicaC says:

    I’m “liking” your facebook page now!

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