Wednesday, October 29, 2008

ABINADI--Free Review Copies for 15 Bloggers




Okay, I'm sounding like an infomercial--I know.

But I received my author copies from the publisher today and decided that I'd give 15 copies of ABINADI to those bloggers who are willing to review the book on their blog sometime before December 15th.

I'll be mailing out the copies next week, so you should have plenty of time for joyful reading and insightful reviewing.

How about it? I'm limited to 15, so you can post a comment here and reserve your spot, then email me your address to: heather at hbmoore dot com

I will be double checking the validation of your blogs, etc. so don't give up if you see more than 15 already. You might still get in.

22 comments:

Anonymous said...

Heather, this book sounds so intriguing. I would so love to read one of your advanced copies and be one of the chosen fifteen to review it for you. :-)

Julie Bellon

Gamila said...
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Gamila said...

wow, a free review copy of your book would be awesome! I'd love to participate.

(I deleted my other post cause it had an annoying typo...):)

Mandi said...

I would love to review Abinidi. I really enjoyed the Out of jerusalem series, and would love to hear you take on Abinidi.

Jewel's Gems said...

Heather, I would be happy to read it and blog about it. I love your books and have been looking forward to a new one from you:o)

Anonymous said...

I'd love to review it for you, Annette, in a variety of places; i.e. latterdayauthors.blogspot.com, my blog and also for LDS.BellaOnline.com!

Warmly,

C.S. Bezas

Stephanie Humphreys said...

Heather, I loved the Out of Jerusalem series and have been looking forward to your next book. I'd love to review it for you.

Stephanie Black said...

I'd love to read and review it! If Julie does it on the Frog Blog, I could do it on the V-blog.

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Taffy's said...

I wanted to thank you for the signing the book our family won! I guess I'd better get the other books in the series!
I would be happy to read your book and post it on the family blog: loveinlovells on blogspot

Jennifer said...

Heather, I would be happy to review your book on my blog. I also have done book reviews on LDSFiles.com in the past. I haven't been doing that as much lately since my friend who gave me the books moved out of state, but I'd post my review on there as well if you choose me as one of the reviewers.

Lu Ann Brobst Staheli said...

Can you save one for me? I'll blog on two blogs and post it as Book of the Month on the Osmond Family blog.

Mishell said...

Heather, I have read the first two volumes of your Out of Jerusalem series, and can't wait to read the next two volumes. I love your writing style and would love to read ABINADI and review it for you!

Sue said...

Hey Heather, I'll give it a whirl.

Heather B. Moore said...

For those of you who haven't sent me your address, remember to send it to heather at hbmoore dot com.

Thanks so much! You guys are awesome ;)

Jess said...

I would be interested as Abinadi being young instead of old really gives the story a different feeling (not that it wouldn't be hard either way) and I would like to see (and review) how you pull it off. If you do decide to pass on me- I'll understand as I've already won one of your free books and someone else might like a chance!

Mandi said...

Wow, Heather, you are fast. I got my copy in the mail today, and just have been itching to start reading. But, once I start, I most likely won't stop, and I have tons of things to do today (Trick or Treating, anyone?). Thanks for your generosity, and I am SO looking forward to this. I'll send you the link for the review when I'm done.

Heather B. Moore said...

Mandi--that was fast. I'm impressed with "media mail" :)

Yeah, trick or treating must come first. Great way to get the chocolate stash for reading.

Our neighborhood was super slow, and we basically shut everything down at 9:00 p.m. It sure isn't what it used to be when I was a kid . . .

Kimberly said...

Any more spots available by any chance?

Kellie Buckner said...

Heather, I would love to review your book. I remember hearing about it at the the Storymakers conference. I started doing book reviews a couple weeks ago, so I don't have many, but everyone who reads my blog knows that I read a ton of books and that I write.

Heather B. Moore said...

Kimberly, I think I have 3 more spots left, so go ahead and send me your address. I thought I had it at one point ... but I can't find it now. Just email heather at hbmoore dot com.

Thanks so much!

Anonymous said...

Heather, I'd like to review Abinidi if you still have one left. I always enjoy reading your work and am interested in your portrayal of Abinidi.

Candace Titel