Sunday, March 13, 2011

GIVEAWAY! Enter to win a copy of the novel "Tag" by Simon Royle!

On 15 March 2110, 6.3 billion people will die at the hand of one man. 
A man with a twisted vision, to make humans a better, more intelligent race.

Official Blurb: 
In the wake of Arbitrator Jonah Oliver’s interrogation of Jibril Muraz, a prisoner of UNPOL, his secure life disintegrates into one of lies, corruption, conspiracy and murder due to what he learns.
Jonah is thrown into a race against the clock to stop a plot designed to eliminate two-thirds of the population. The odds are stacked against him. He soon finds his past is not what he thought it was, those closest to him cannot be trusted, and what he’s learned could get him, or worse, his loved ones, killed.
From a world where personal privacy has been forsaken comes a tale of conspiracy, love and murder – and the bond shared by brothers.

I am a huge fan of Simon Royle, for many reasons. For starters, there's his fantastic blog which is one-stop Indie Author shopping. You can find "IndieViews" with authors and reviewers (even mine), information on some fantastic Indie Books & Authors, and you can even find the Latest Indie Reviews from around the Internet.

Maintaining this huge wealth of information is a full-time job in and of itself, but Simon does more than that. He's a fantastic Indie author in his own right. Simon's first novel, "Tag," a compelling science fiction thriller, was one of my Top 4 Picks for 2010. (You can find my full review right here!)

Why am I telling you all this? Because now is your chance to WIN your very own digital copy of this fantastic book! As always, entering is easy- just leave a comment below with your email address, and you're in! The lucky winner will receive a Smashwords coupon to download a FREE digital version in the any format.

Uh, why are you still sitting there? Enter now! And if you're still sitting there with nothing else to do, share this giveaway with all your friends ;)

(Giveaway ends March 26th)


Anonymous said...

Would like to win this for my Nook.
As always,

Glenna said...

Thanks for the review. Sounds like an interesting read. I added to my list!

I donate all books to the High school that i work at!


Maria said...

I had best enter!