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Monday, June 4, 2012
Order “The Wizard & The Warlord” HERE
Read An Excerpt HERE (PDF)
Read FBC’s Review of “The Sword & the Dragon”
In support of the July 4, 2012 publication of M.R. Mathias’ “The Wizard & The Warlord”, the climactic conclusion to The Wardstone Trilogy, M.R. Mathias is giving away ONE KINDLE FIRE and ONE KINDLE TOUCH!!! Each Kindle—the “Indie Kindy”—will be loaded with the following titles from M.R. Mathias:
- The Sword & the Dragon (Wardstone Book I)
- Kings, Queens, Heroes, & Fools (Wardstone Book II)
- The Wizard & The Warlord (Wardstone Book III)
- The First Dragoneer Prequel Novella
- The Royal Dragoneers (Dragoneers Book I)
- Cold Hearted Son of a Witch (Dragoneers Book II)
- The Confliction (Dragoneers Book III)
- Crimzon & Clover 1
- Crimzon & Clover 2
Not only that, but the winner will also receive FREE Smashwords Coupons from some of M.R. Mathias’s favorite new independent authors! These titles include the following:
- A Tide of Shadows by Tom Bielawski
- Chronicles of the Nameless Dwarf (The Ant-Man of Malfen, The Axe of the Dwarf Lords, The Scout and the Serpent) by D.P. Prior
- Ghosts of the Asylum by Ty Johnston
- V Trooper: First Mission & V Trooper: The Demon by Thomas Rowe Drinkard
Giveaway HAS ENDED! Thank you for entering and Good Luck!
1) Open To Anyone
2) Only One Entry Per Household (Multiple Entries Will Be Disqualified)
3) Must Enter Valid Email Address, Name + Mailing Address (Street Addresses Only)
4) No Purchase Necessary
5) Giveaway HAS ENDED!
6) Winner Will Be Randomly Selected and Notified By Email
7) Personal Information Will Only Be Used In Mailing Out the Prizes to the Winner
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