As I announced earlier this month, I'll be offering a free copy of the eBook edition of Saving the Planet & Stuff for Earth Day, which is next Tuesday, April 22. How do you get a chance to win? Leave a comment on any of my blog posts today through next Tuesday. We'll compile all the names and Computer Guy will use a program he created to randomly select a winner. You're welcome to comment as many days as you like, but we're only going to be counting you once.
The winner will be announced and notified next Wednesday, April 23. That just happens to be World Book Night, so we'll be celebrating two events at once.
Saving the Planet is available for Kindle, Nook, and Kobo.
"Sixteen-year-old Michael agrees to intern for an environmental
magazine, The Earth’s Wife, and finds himself in over his head in
politics—of both the environmental and the office kind. This eco-comedy
contrasts the radical idealism of the 1960s with twenty-first-century
“me-ism.”" That's how Saving the Planet is described on a list of science-themed books at the ALA website.
Wondering why I'm asking for comments instead of including one of those Rafflecopter things? Well, I rarely do giveaways here, so I decided that making the effort to learn how to use Rafflecopter wasn't a good use of my time. Besides, am I the only person who finds them less than attractive?
Let the comments begin.