Over 75 free books, yours for the taking.
And ten free Kindle Fires…
And $500 for your favorite library.
What's the catch?
There is none. You can have as many of the books as you want…and you get a shot at one of the Kindles and money for your library.
Here's the deal: My friends J.A. Konrath, Blake Crouch, J. Carson Black, Scott Nicholson and I really appreciate your readership and support…and to show you how much, we want to give you 10 Kindle Fires and 75 free ebooks!
While the ebooks are only free Feb. 1 & 2, we want to start spreading the word today and allow you to enter the Kindle giveaway now.
There's no purchase necessary and the contest is international. And there are three easy, FREE ways to enter:
(1) Go to the event blog at http://bigkindleboogie.blogspot.com and enter using one of the "Rafflecopters" there
(2) email email@example.com with "Boogie entry" as subject line (Limit once per day)
(3) Tweet: 10 free Kindle Fires. 75 free ebooks. http://bit.ly/xWOoKN #bigkindleboogie RT to enter for a Fire! The tweets can be entered as often as you like, just don't annoy your friends–tweets are automatically picked up by a software gizmo we have and added to the drawing pool.
And if you're hunting for more ebook deals, be sure to visit our Big Kindle Boogie event partners: Ereader News Today,Kindle Nation Daily, Ereader Love, and Ireader Review, great places to find fantastic bargain and free Kindle books.
CONTEST RULES: All entries made through Rafflecopters and random selections will be pooled and the 10 Kindle Fire winners will be randomly selected by the Watauga County (NC) Public Library staff on Tuesday, Feb. 7. Winners will be announced on the Big Kindle Boogie blog and the Facebook event page. We will attempt to contact winners directly, but it is winner's responsibility to claim prize by Feb. 10 or alternate winners will be selected. Some Rafflecopters may be replaced during the contest due to technical limitations of entry counters and to update our free book links, but all entries made on all Rafflecopters will be stored and pooled for the prize drawings. Entries will also be randomly collected from Twitter searching the #bigkindleboogie hashtag and added to the prize pool for drawings. The first winner selected will have a $500 donation made to their local library or library support group. No purchase necessary, contest is international.