Update, 4/17: Congrats to Round One winner Mary Lou Holhouser. Terrie and I had such fun we’re giving away a second double-dose on Tuesday, April 21! Keep the comments here and on Facebook coming.
Two signed issues.
One tough tax deadline.
One killer magazine.
Your chance to win “Taxes Can Be Murder.”
Rewind: so it’s February, the run-up to Murder in the Magic City / Murder on the Menu. It’s my great fortune to land on a speaker’s panel with supercalifragerrific–and Agatha nominated—Terrie Farley Moran. She emails me a hello, says tell me about yourself. I say hey, I have a story coming out in Alfred Hitchcock, and she says hey, me too, and we both say hey, whaddaya know.
Fast forward: Terrie says fate decrees we should do a joint giveaway, what with back-to-back appearances, and I say “Does Wetumpka have a crater?” She says it’s tax time and you’ve crunched a number or two, let’s make it a tax theme. I’m on that idea like boxes on a 1040.
And here we are, wanting to share our stories and plenty of other great work — this is Alfred Hitchcock, after all — with you. Want in? All you have to do is find me on Facebook, and you’re entered to win one signed copy of AHMM’s April 2015 issue with her brilliant “On Target” and the May humor issue with yours truly’s “Two Bad Hamiltons and a Hirsute Jackson.”
The particulars on entering:
1) This is free stuff. Seriously. Just message me at Robert Mangeot Author or post on my wall. Maybe you say how much you’d like to win, how much you’ve enjoyed our stuff or how cool AHMM is, or toss us a fresh cocktail idea. Anything socially acceptable.
2) Look, Terrie is lovely and wouldn’t mind hearing from you, and you should totally buy her books, but if you message her then you’re not entered to win. She’s the busy novelist. I’ve got the entry-keeping. We’ll do the drawings together, on that you have the word of two crime fiction writers.
3) No immediate family is eligible to win. Please come on by, but not this time, folks.
4) The winner will be drawn Thursday April 17, 2015, at or around 8pm EDT / 7pm CDT. We’ll send the winner a Facebook message and ask for the details on shipping to you.
Terrie and I sincerely hope you jump in with a message. Your interest in our stuff is an absolute honor, something the IRS will never ever say to you, but unlike them, Taxes Can Be Murder doesn’t come with an extension. File now!