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Free giveaway to celebrate latest audiobook release

ErasingThePast

My novel Erasing the Past was released on audiobook today! Narrator Brian McGovern has put together a superb performance of the romantic suspense novel with a sci-fi twist. Erasing the Past has touches of The Time Traveler’s Wife, The Notebook and even the film drama, Mr. Nobody.

To celebrate the latest release, I have five Audible promo codes to give away to residents of the United States and an additional five promo codes to share with residents in the United Kingdom. If audiobooks aren’t your thing, I have five paperback copies to giveaway to U.S. residents.

To get an audiobook code, be one of the first five people from the U.S. or one of the five people from the U.K. to post a comment to this post naming your favorite vegetable, your favorite flower or your dream vacation. Please also include whether you’re living in the U.S. or the U.K. Please state that you’d like the audiobook promo code. I’ll send you a private reply with the promo code.

For the paperback giveaway, be one of the first five people from the U.S. to post a comment about your favorite vegetable, favorite flower or your dream vacation. Indicate that you would like to receive the paperback. I’ll send you a private reply so that I can obtain your address.

I’m delighted to share the book and the audiobook with you. If you’ve read Erasing the Past, please let me know what you thought.

Rules Recap:

U.S. and U.K. residents 18 years or older for the audiobook giveaway. For a free postage-paid paperback, you must be a U.S. resident 18 or older. The first five people in each category to submit their approved comments will receive the giveaway. The moderator will approve the comments in the order submitted. The earliest comments will be approved first.

The giveaway is in no way associated with WordPress. I just wanted to celebrate the latest release.

 

 

7 thoughts on “Free giveaway to celebrate latest audiobook release”

  1. I have a favourite vegetable. Potato. Its so amazingly versatile, you can do anything with it. Chip it and deep fry it. Desiccate it, ship it by tanker and put it in a vending machine at service station just outside Calais, add water and fry for instant chips for only 10 francs. You can roast it in dripping, slice thinly and bake with cheese for dauphinoise. Mash it, crush it through a ricer and garnish with butter. Drench it in red wine red onion gravy. My favourite is baked in its jacket and served with lashings of salted butter and melted mature cheddar You can even power a digital clock with it. And best of all, you can grow it in 90 days and in practically any soil.

    I’m also intrigued by the premise of your audio book. And in case I win, I’m in the UK. 🙂

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    1. Mmmm. Who can argue with potatoes? We’re about ready to harvest our potatoes. This is our second attempt. Last year it didn’t go so great. We’ll see if we’ve improved our technique this year.

      My husband is from Spain. One of my favorite dishes he makes is Tortilla Española. So tasty — and lots of potatoes.

      I’m looking forward to reading more about your adventures with your allotment. 🙂

      You’re my first UK listener! Here’s the link you need to get the audiobook: audible.co.uk/acx-promo
      Here’s the promo code: 2JC8T5N7ULABG

      If you have any problems getting the book, please let me know.

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      1. I’m so glad you were able to successfully download it. I’m always prepared for the possible transatlantic tech glitch.

        And speaking of potatoes, we had some for dinner from our garden last night. My husband is a much better cook than I — and he brought his food philosophy from Spain to the U.S. He whipped up a variation of a traditional Spanish countryside dish, a skillet dish of boiled potatoes, paprika, garden onion and purple Spanish garlic. For the greens, he stirred in Swiss chard and broccoli leaves from the garden. He added Portobello mushrooms and just a dash of cayenne for my American tastes. Baguettes on the side.

        We still have potatoes left over, plus more to harvest. I’m lobbying for a Tortilla española.

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  2. My favorite vacation is to sit on the beach in Sarasota FL……love their beaches and I find it very relaxing. We used to go there every year when I was growing up, for two weeks in July. It’s complete R &R!!!! My favorite flower is the sunflower, because they make me smile. And they are so stately, tall and confident. I would have to say that my favorite vegetable is broccoli. Love it hot or cold with some onion dip!

    Would love the hardcopy version of your new book. Thanks! Lynn

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  3. My favorite vacation is to sit on the beach in Sarasota FL……love their beaches and I find it very relaxing. We used to go there every year when I was growing up, for two weeks in July. It’s complete R &R!!!! My favorite flower is the sunflower, because they make me smile. And they are so stately, tall and confident. I would have to say that my favorite vegetable is broccoli. Love it hot or cold with some onion dip!

    Would love the hardcopy version of your new book. Thanks! Lynn

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    1. Sarasota is lovely. And my husband makes a tasty broccoli pesto. Sunflowers are the best. 🙂 I will send you a private note via your blog later this morning to get your address. I’m delighted to send you a hard copy of Erasing the Past.

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