Goodreads Giveaway of 1200 Creative Writing Prompts and a Quick Announcement
My Debut Novel
A few days ago, I published my debut novel, which is titled Engineered Underground. It’s the first book in my science-fiction Metamorphosis Series.
The book is currently available for Kindle and as a paperback from Amazon, and it will be available in all other bookstores by July.
Plus the Kindle edition is on sale for just 99¢ until this Friday, April 3, 2015.
If you like science fiction, military, mystery, or superhero stories, please check out my book or tell a friend about it.
Now let’s get to the giveaway!
Win a Free Copy of 1200 Creative Writing Prompts
From today through Friday, April 3, I’m hosting a free giveaway on Goodreads for the paperback edition of 1200 Creative Writing Prompts.
Goodreads is a social media network for people who love to read. It’s a great way to share and discover books. You can create a list of books you want to read and rate and review books you’ve already read.
All you need to enter is a (free) Goodreads account. Once you’ve logged in, click “Enter to Win” below for your chance to win a copy of 1200 Creative Writing Prompts.
The contest is open to residents of the United States.
Here’s what Amazon reviewers are saying about 1200 Creative Writing Prompts:
“By the first page, I realized that I will probably never have to look elsewhere. I didn’t find myself skipping over them to get to the good prompts…they are ALL good. Well developed. Unique. Interesting. Everything I was looking for.” — Bree Salyer
“I give this book 5 Stars and highly recommend it to all fiction, nonfiction, and poetry writers, aspiring writers, bloggers or journalists. It is very well organized and includes something for everyone…I was amazed at the creative, diverse number of high-quality prompts and ideas. It has become my go-to book when I need inspiration. This book is a must have for any writer.” — Sunny
“I teach Creative Writing to high school students, and bought this to use the prompts for my students. I chose this one because it separates the fiction prompts from the nonfiction ones, and also has poetry prompts…My students like the prompts I’ve given them from this book and have even used the ones I’ve made optional. Nice job, Ms. Donovan.” — Dawn