Saturday, January 16, 2010

Book Giveaway


I'm going to give away a couple of copies each of my latest Longarm and Trailsman novels. Two winners, and each will get a copy of LONGARM AND THE SAND PIRATES and TEXAS TRACKDOWN. You can send me an email (the link is in my profile, for those of you who don't have the address) or mention in the comments that you want to enter. Simple random number drawing. Deadline for entries is midnight my time next Saturday, so that gives you a week and a few hours if you're interested.



Disclaimer: These are Adult Westerns. They have sex scenes in them, although there's nothing kinky (that I recall) and the total pages in those scenes add up to less than five per cent of the text. But bear in mind that those scenes are there and don't enter thinking that you'll give the books to your eighty-year-old grandmother (although she might enjoy them, who knows; I'll bet your grandfather would) or your eight-year-old son or daughter.




There'll probably be more of these in the future.

28 comments:

Cap'n Bob Napier said...

I have Texas Trackdown but I could use the otehr. Consider me entered. Thanks, James.

Laurie said...

Me! me! (Hand waving frantically.)

Jerry House said...

Me too! Me too! (BOTH hands waving frantically -- sorry, Laurie)

Iren said...

You can throw my name in the hat as well.
thanks
Eric

GeoffS said...

Please include me in the contest as well.

Thanks,
Geoff

Rick Ollerman said...

Pick me! Pick me!

bish8 said...

I'LL JUMP INTO THIS CONTEST TOO! THX!

Michael Bracken said...

Add my name to the drawing as well.

Evan Lewis said...

Cool offer, James. Please sign me up!

mindy said...

i would love to be entered thanks for the giveaway minsthins at optonline dot net

scottsgal said...

I would love to be entered for these as well
msboatgal at aol.com

Mark Justice said...

Sounds great. Please sign me up.

Randy Johnson said...

Same as Bob. I'm reading Texas Trackdown now. Nut I don't have the Longarm yet. I'm In.

Karin said...

I would like to enter! Thank you.

karin56381 (at) gmail.com

Renee G said...

Would like to read these.
rsgrandinetti@yahoo(DOT)com

b. vasquez said...

i would like to be part of this.

Charles Gramlich said...

Cool! Please include me in the drawing. I have need of more books, especially good ones.

Anonymous said...

Please pick me, if you can afford to send it to Sweden, wait! i will pay post and package

Tomas/Sweden

Rick said...

I would love to have copies. Please pick me...

Frank Loose said...

Sing me up, James!

Nickolay said...

I love a good western! Thanks for the chance

jason(at)allworldautomotive(dot)com

LittleEagle said...

I am interested in both. Thanks.

Alicia said...

These would be great for my ma.

Thanks for the giveaway >^..^<

bloggyig at gmail dot com

David said...

Hello James,

Would appreciate your throwing my name in the hat also.

Thanks,

David

Joanne Walpole said...

I'd like to be entered. Steve M has really got me interested in these books. :-)

Kevin R. Tipple said...

Never read any of them and would like to do so. Please enter me in your contest.

And thank you for the opportunity to win a book.

Kevin
http://kevinrtipple.com/

Anonymous said...

I'm disappointed to see that I'm too late to get in on this one, but it was fascinating stumbling onto your blog during the course of a Google search for giant novel #11, wondering whether I'd missed one, but I see that it was Jove that actually missed it. I just finished reading Lone Star Trackdown, which was the first Longarm that I've bought in years. Excellent brain candy, as usual, and it was refreshing to see the Lone Star duo return after their long absence. Hope to see more of them.

I've known all along that Tabor Evans had to be a pen name, but never gave a thought to it being a series of completely different authors. That explains a whole lot about why the writing style seems to change every so often.

I must say, though, I am very partial to your particular style, and hope to see them keep you for awhile, at least.

Karen

James Reasoner said...

Karen,
Thanks for the kind words. I've been writing Longarms for 18 years, so they'll have to run me off to get me to stop. Jessie and Ki will be back in next year's Giant. After that, who knows?