Sunday, August 4, 2013

YA Guy Gives Away the Shirt Off His Back!

Well, actually, YA Guy would never give away the shirt off his OWN back. Too embarrassing, and not very hygienic.

But I am giving away a free T-shirt to one lucky winner.

When I write, I like to wear a T-shirt with the slogan, "Careful, Or You'll End Up in My Novel." It gets me in the writing mood. I practically wore it out while writing Survival Colony Nine. Here's a picture of me wearing the shirt.



The winner will receive a brand-new shirt (not the one pictured above). I'll contact the winner to get sizing information then send the shirt directly from the manufacturer to your doorstep!

This rather zany giveaway was suggested by L. L. Reynolds (so she better enter to win). It's running only a few days, so make sure to enter while the entering's good. 

Enjoy! And may the shirt odds be ever in your favor!

a Rafflecopter giveaway

12 comments:

  1. To answer the official rafflecopter question: Whatever shirt I happen to be wearing. LOL! ;)

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  2. Betcha by golly wow! Was it ever hard to leave a comment on your blog. I wear my Vermont Strong shirt in the summer and an old grey hoodie in the winter. Spring and fall are up for grabs which is why I'd love to win the shirt off your back.

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    1. Hm, I wonder why it was so hard to leave a comment. But I thank you for the successful effort--and here's wishing you luck with the shirt!

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  3. I guess rafflecopter couldn't verify my URL for some reason...but six tries and half a day later I finally answered the question you posed. I'm very tenacious when I want something.

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    1. Bad Rafflecopter! Bad boy! Bad! (But I'm glad you finally got it to cooperate!)

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  4. Love the shirt! I don't have a great writing shirt, just my reading one that states "so many books, so little time" :) Personally, I think I need to wear the pictured shirt around my family more.

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    1. Ooh, I've got to get that reading shirt! Except in my case, I should probably have one to wear around my college students: "so many papers, so little time"!

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