“Night of the Living Dead Christian is the story of Luther, a werewolf on the run, whose inner beast has driven him dangerously close to losing everything that matters. Desperate to conquer his dark side, Luther joins forces with Matt to find someone who can help. Yet their time is running out. A powerful and mysterious man is on their trail, determined to kill the wolf at all costs…”
Here on December 15 Biblically Born Again and the Emery Family Blog will be conducting our first giveaway. The prize is a copy of the newest book that I have had the privilege to review for Tyndale Publishers “Night of the Living Dead Christian”. I want to thank Tyndale and Matt Mikalatos for providing me with this opportunity to not only read this book for my own enjoyment, but also providing a certificate for me to give away a copy of this book to one blessed winner.
If you would like to enter in for a chance to win this book then here is how you can get your entries.
1 entry for “Liking” the review on Facebook
1 entry for sharing the blog
1 entry for sharing on Twitter
1 entry for +1 on Google +
1 entry for sharing on Google +
5 entries for sharing about this giveaway on your blog
10 entries for following Biblically Born Again or the Emery Family blog
(If you already follow the blog, please just add a comment for this giveaway)
For confirmation of your entries all that I ask is that you comment on the book review for each of the steps that you have taken. If you do share about the giveaway on your blog I would like you in the comment to share the link. As you can see there is a chance for anybody to get 20 entries for this giveaway. Due to shipping costs this first drawing will be limited to winners in the United States.
The drawing for the free copy will be held on December 18, first thing in the morning. The winner will be posted on both Biblically Born Again and the Emery Family Blog, and their blog will be linked to both blogs as well. Thank you for being a reader to the Emery Family Blog and Biblically Born Again.
In Christ,Paul Emery