I got an email today saying the advance reading copies of This World We Live In got shipped to me on Friday and I should expect them sometime this week.
As soon as they come in, I'll be pulling names out of the Bolivian hat to send ARCs to.
So if you've been thinking about doing so and haven't gotten around to it, email me using the link on the right side of the blog, and into the hat your name will go.
Sunday, November 1, 2009
There's been a delay in the printing of the ARCs for This World We Live In, and most likely I won't be getting my copies until next week.
My original plan had been to suggest people email me after the copies had arrived, but I've gotten impatient, so I'm switching the order. I think I'll have a couple of dozen copies to distribute, maybe a few more, and I'll send them out just about as soon as I get them. If I get more, right away or later on, I'll keep on sending.
Here's the deal. Most likely more than two dozen people are going to ask for an ARC. If there are more requests than ARCs, I'll use a lottery, as I have in the past for ARCs of The Dead And The Gone (I didn't know any of you when I got my ARCs for Life As We Knew It).
If you want to be in the drawing, then email me, either using the email address at this blog or at the other (but not both). Leaving a comment won't do it, because what I do is copy everyone's email address and put them in the Bolivian hat (currently residing on the bathroom wall) and pull out names.
If yours is one I pull out, I'll email you back and ask for your name and address. So you don't have to include them in your Bolivian hat email.
Some of you have already emailed your request. I've kept all those emails in a special folder, so you don't have to email me again.
I think when I get an email request I'll email back saying "Thank you," just so you'll know your email arrived.
Oh, I pay for the envelopes and postage and all that. So don't worry about it.
If you have any questions, feel free to comment. But again, if you want a chance at an ARC, a comment won't do it. I'd tell you what would, but I've used the word email so many times in this blog entry, I'm tired of typing it!