To celebrate a few happy events (including my recent splurge on books and I’m planning on buying even more…!) I am holding a small giveaway to buy someone a copy of all Gangsta. English volumes in print at the moment and pre-order the fourth volume for you. All the books will be ordered from BookDepository and they have a long list of which countries they ship to but in case your country isn’t on there, I’ll work something else out with you if possible.
Winner will be chosen via random number generator.
- Current followers will have a maximum of two entries: reblogging and liking will get you one entry each, you don’t have to do both if you don’t mind just having one entry.
- Non-followers (and followers after the posting of this giveaway) will have only one entry: reblog for your chance; likes won’t count.
- Please have your askbox or submit open so I can send you a message if you win. If I do not receive a reply within 48 hours I will redraw the winner. I will need your address and you must be comfortable with giving this out; I will not use your address for any reason other than having the books shipped to you.
- You must be over 18 years of age to participate in this. This is because of Gangsta’s mature content/rating.
- Personal tumblrs only please.
Giveaway ends 8:00 PM 8th October 2014 at ACST, check here if you’re not familiar with Australian time zones.
As always, if you enjoy reading a series then please consider purchasing volumes of their work to show your support! If you are unable to purchase copies then you can always borrow them from your local library or request that your library purchase them if they don’t have any. I find that libraries tend to be pretty accommodating with requests and their purchases also help the author/artist/creator. ｡+.ﾟヽ(*´∀｀)ﾉﾟ.+｡
For some reading on how borrowing from libraries can also be a way of supporting your favourite author/artist/creator, check out this reddit thread (‘How is money made for the publishers from borrowing library books when they are borrowed for free?’) and Lesson 20 in Ian Irving’s ‘The Truth About Publishing’.