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Win a Kindle Fire or Nook Tablet by helping me spread the word about Gabriel: Zero Point

UPDATES:
Thursday’s winner of the $10 Amazon Gift Card is Mike Crate
Wednesday’s winner of the $10 Amazon Gift Card is Rob Pruneda
Tuesday’s winner of the $10 Amazon Gift Card is Richard Guadagno
Monday’s winner of the $10 Amazon Gift Card is Misti Bryant Swartz

It’s contest time! To celebrate the launch of Gabriel: Zero Point (prequel to the Gabriel scifi trilogy), and to help spread the word about the book, I’m having a two-week giveaway with some very cool prizes (at least I think they’re cool – and if my wife doesn’t think they’re cool, that means they’re definitely cool…)

As Jeff Probst would ask, “Wanna know what you’re playing for?”

Daily from Monday through Friday of this week (April 16-20), I’ll be giving away a $10 Amazon gift card to a randomly selected word-spreader. All you have to do is share a tweet or post through your social media outlets. But two requirements – your post/share must link to a specific page, and I have to be able to track it.

LINKS
If you’re retweeting or sharing one of my posts, there will be a link already incorporated, so you’re golden. If you’re creating your own, it has to have a link to either the Kindle or Nook version of Zero Point, OR my blog page with my books listed. Here are the links (already shortened for you):

Zero Point for Kindle: http://amzn.to/ZeroPoint
Zero Point for Nook: http://bit.ly/ZeroPointNook
My Books at SteveUmstead.com: http://bit.ly/StevesBooks

TRACKING
Muy importante! If I don’t know you shared or tweeted, I can’t count you for the contest! There are four outlets I will be tracking – feel free to use others (I’d appreciate any word-spreading!) but these will be the only four I see, so if you post elsewhere, make sure to mention it using one of these methods. Each one has a way to “tag” you for the contest, and they’re easy:

Twitter: Use the hashtag #GZP (retweeting any of mine this week will have this already)
Facebook: Tag my personal Facebook account OR my author page in your post (sharing my post will do this automatically)
Google+: Tag my Google+ account (again sharing my G+ posts will do this)
Blog: If you’re using WordPress, my linking to my www.SteveUmstead.com WP blog within the text of your post, I’ll get a ping back and count it. If you don’t have a link, or use non-Wordpress, make sure to use Twitter/Facebook/Google+ methods to promote your blog with the appropriate tag so I see it.

Every day this week, Monday through Friday, I’ll select a random “share” as the Gift Card winner. Without a link and tracking method, you won’t qualify!

BUT WAIT, THERE’S MORE!

No, you’re not going through all of that for a $10 gift card. There’s a GRAND PRIZE based on your creativity! At the end of the week, my esteemed panel of judges (okay, me and my family) will choose the MOST CREATIVE word-spreaders and the following week, your social media contacts and mine will VOTE on who they think was the BEST word-spreading. (Hint: Just retweeting my tweets won’t get you into the finals…)

The weekend of April 28-29, the voting will be closed, and the person with the most votes will win:

A KINDLE FIRE or NOOK TABLET
plus e-copies of all my titles!

You don’t have to be one of the gift card winners to be in the final vote; you just need to be creative. Write a blog post, run some trivia, dress up in a tutu and…wait, skip that.

So look for my tweets and posts and share them through your social media outlets, or create your own, to help me spread the word about Gabriel: Zero Point. You could win a Kindle Fire or Nook Tablet!


Disclaimer: Maximum of one gift card per person; if repeat card winner is drawn at random, card prize will be redrawn. Grand prize winner chooses Fire or Tablet, or a $100 Amazon or Barnes & Noble gift card if neither is preferred or possible. No purchase necessary, void where prohibited by law. Random card winner will be chosen daily by importing that day’s mentions/shares/retweets into a spreadsheet, and using random.org to choose a cell within that spreadsheet.

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