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The Day of Darkness is Coming

By: Darrin Snider (darrin at indyintune dot com)
Thursday, March 19, 2009 7:30:00 AM

  

Fellow Indianapolis Podcaster Zack Daggy (Mothpod, The Pod5, Shameless Plugcast, Hot Cocoa Masterminds, et al.) has got a little contest out there ... if you help spread the darkness by getting your friends to sign up to his newsletter, then not only will your friends get a free sneak peek of the first four chapters of Dark Worlds: Project 31, but you'll also be able to earn some awesome prizes.

Here's how it works. Your friend signs up to the newsletter at http://www.reverbnation.com/zackdaggy?add_email=true After that, they send an email titled "I'm A Moth Maniac" to "mothpod - at - gmail.com." Inside the body of that email should be my name and email (Darrin Snider: "darrin - at - indyintune.com").   Then pass this message along, (substituting your name and email for mine, obviously).

That's it! Now here's the break down on what you'll get out of this. 

  • Sign up 1 friend and you'll both get a digital sneak peak of the first four chapters of Dark Worlds: Project 31.
  • Sign up 3 friends and you'll get the above and a digital advance copy of Dark Worlds: Oracle (The short story that will appear in the next book Dark Worlds: The Gate) as soon as it's written.
  • Sign up 13 friends and you'll get the above and the complete ebook version of Dark Worlds: Project 31. (As an extra bonus, the first person to sign up 13 friends will get a signed copy of Dark Worlds: Project 31 sent to them.)
  • Sign up 31 friends and you'll get the above and next year you'll get an advance digital copy of Dark Worlds: The Gate before it's release, and the first 3 to reach this mark will be sent a signed copy of Dark Worlds: Project 31 and have the option of being killed in Dark Worlds: The Gate (have their name in the book.) 
Now, get out there and support your local Indiana author!



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