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Friday, July 29, 2011
GIVEAWAY: "Nether" by Jason Beymer!
Hello everyone! Jason Beymer has kindly offered up ONE ecopy of "Nether" for one lucky winner!
Let's learn a little about the book: One suburban night. One stubborn corpse. One golden opportunity. Burklin had it all: a spacious two-story house, a shapeshifting wife, a wide open future. That is, until his father ripped out his soul and trapped it inside an opinionated dachshund. Now he's lost everything, leaving him a slave on mop-up duty for a homicidal teenage demon. His father is sleeping with his ex, the possessed dachshund won't stop talking, and the cleanup jobs keep getting messier. Burklin would give anything to have his life back--even if it means turning against his manipulative father and destroying their chance of winning the Nether's Demon Lord Sweepstakes. Opportunity knocks with a dead woman's hand. When the demon's latest victim won't stay dead, the rules of life and death change. Freedom lies within Burklin's reach, but to get it he'll have to defy his father, the ex-wife he still loves, and the Nether itself. Just how far is he willing to go? About Jason: A permanent fixture at his local coffeehouse, Jason Beymer hunches over his laptop in a caffeine-induced frenzy, jowls slick with muse. He injects comedy into the urban and traditional fantasy genres like a squeeze of lemon into ice water: tart, yet refreshing. When not pounding on his keyboard, Jason worships at the feet of Ray Bradbury, and engages in an unhealthy obsession with Grace Park and Tricia Helfer.
RULES and GUIDELINES: : Fill out the form below to enter. Comments are lovely but DO NOT count as an entry. : Contest ENDS Thursday 8/04 at 11:59 PM EST. Winners will be announced Friday, 8/05. : Open Internationally. : You must be at least 13 years old to enter. And please keep in mind that this book has adult content. : Disclaimer: Novel Addiction is not responsible for items lost in the mail or authors failing to deliver prizes.