How to Participate in the Dissonance Paperback Giveaway

Blank bookcover with clipping pathI’ve been looking forward to this–the first Dissonance paperback giveaway!

On February 26, I’m choosing a person (they can be anywhere in the world!) who will receive a copy of Dissonance, but this isn’t a like-to-win situation.

I have written four short stories based on what happened before Dissonance. They show four characters’ points of view: Julian, Peter, Tyson, and Allie. Each story is character driven, leading to the plot of the novel itself.

On the month of February I will release one short story every Monday, and on the 26 I will announce the winner’s name.

This means there will be a new story on the 1, 8, 15, and 22 of February, and the winner will be announced here and on all my social media sites on the 26.

To qualify for the paperback, there’ll be a question based on each short story. You can answer one or you can answer all four, but the more times your name is put in the jar (yes, I’m using a jar) it increases your chances of winning!

I’m not going to ask you to spam friends’ pages with my name and book cover (though I must mention that word of mouth is my best friend, and it would be really kind!) What I want is to get to know all of you and become closer friends.

Best of all, the winner could be international. You don’t have to be in the U.S. to win!


To enter your name, leave a comment at the end of each story. You can answer in a blog comment, tweet me, or reply to the Instagram posts I’ll be releasing each time a story’s posted. If you answer correctly, it’ll get your name in the jar!

Remember, four entries increase your chance of winning. If you have any questions, ask here!

The fun starts February 1!

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