Win a Free Copy of The Ides of March

In honor of the Ides of March, we’re running a giveaway for our poetry anthology of the same name. Today through March 15th, enter our Goodreads giveaway for a shot at winning one of five paperback copies of The Ides of March, edited by Hannah Stephenson.

This fantastic book is filled with work from 32 Ohio poets. Get into the spirit of Spring with poetry that explores every facet of the concept of Ides — ranging from unexpected topics to those that are pleasantly predictable.

This giveaway won’t last long! Don’t miss out on this opportunity to nab a free book.

Goodreads Book Giveaway

The Ides of March by Hannah Stephenson

The Ides of March

by Hannah Stephenson

Giveaway ends March 15, 2015.

See the giveaway details
at Goodreads.

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Book Giveaway: For the Road

I constantly find myself running out of reading time, and as a remedy to this problem I’veDocument10 taken to carrying a book with me everywhere. You never know when you’re going to get to your next meeting twenty minutes early, or your bus is running late, or you just need to take a break from reality.

That’s the great thing about short stories. If you have 15-20 minutes, you have time to get away to another place, to be another person, and be back in time to get to the next thing on your to-do list.

If you’re looking for your next great read, check out this Goodreads Giveaway. We’re giving away five paperback copies of our latest anthology, For the Road: Short Stories of America’s Highways. (The book sells on Amazon.com for $14.95.)

Enter to win your free copy of For the Road here.

This anthology features short stories by ten authors from around the country. From bizarre travelling companions, to ghost stories, to madness described in eloquent prose, For the Road has a little something for everyone.

If you’re expecting tales of good Samaritans and happy travelers, you may want to take another route. For the Road explores the spectacular fear we hold for the unknown, as embodied by the lonesome highway. Seasoned travelers may laugh at the villains and specters within these pages, while homebodies will make sure to lock their doors a little earlier in the evening.

-CCC Director, Brad Pauquette

This giveaway is only open for a short time! Enter to win while you still can.

Goodreads Book Giveaway

For the Road by Emily Hitchcock

For the Road

by Emily Hitchcock

Giveaway ends February 09, 2015. See the giveaway details at Goodreads.

Enter to win

Goodreads Giveaway: For the Road

Free book alert!

This week only, enter our Goodreads Giveaway for a shot at winning one of five paperback copies of our latest anthology, For the Road: Short Stories of America’s Highways.

Enter to win your copy here.

For the Road is a collection of short stories featuring 10 authors from around the country.

The book opens with Noell Wolfgram Evans’ story “Going South,” in which you’ll find an unusual pair of travelling companions. (One of them is a duck.) The book closes with Alice G. Otto’s story “Shadow of the Spider” — a haunting story of madness told in masterful prose. The eight stories in-between range from literary fiction, to tales of a dystopian future. No matter what your preference, For the Road is sure to thrill and entertain.

This giveaway will close on February 9th, 2015 and is free to enter. The regular price of the book is $14.95.

Good luck in the giveaway and happy reading!

Goodreads Book Giveaway

For the Road by Emily Hitchcock

For the Road

by Emily Hitchcock

Giveaway ends February 09, 2015.

See the giveaway details
at Goodreads.

Enter to win

Hagridden Giveaway

There’s a Goodreads giveaway going on now for Hagridden, a historical fiction novel which will be released by Columbus Press on August 19.

There are three paperback copies of the book available, each one autographed by the author, Samuel Snoek-Brown. There’s no obligation, and no cost. Simply click the link below for a shot at a free book!

Click here to enter the giveaway!

Hagridden is a haunting drama that unflinchingly approaches race, culture, apathy and humanity stripped to its core. The novel follows two women struggling to survive in the war-torn South as the Civil War tumbles to an end.

I’ve read it, and I can honestly say it’s as good as it sounds. 🙂

While you’re at it, check out this giant, werewolf-themed street race going on next month. Journey to the End of the night combines elements of a 5k with a game of tag and hide and go seek. It’s free to participate in the race and there’s a giant party at Gateway Film Center at the end.

Learn more about Journey to the End of the Night here.

 

Goodreads Book Giveaway

Hagridden by Samuel Snoek-Brown

Hagridden

by Samuel Snoek-Brown

Giveaway ends August 19, 2014.

See the giveaway details
at Goodreads.

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Ides Goodreads Giveaway

In honor of National Poetry Month we’re giving you all sorts of opportunities to score a free copy of The Ides of March.

The Ides of March is our first poetry anthology. It features fine writing by a talented bunch of Ohio authors.

In addition to free downloads of the Amazon Kindle version of the book every Wednesday in April, we are also hosting a Goodreads giveaway where you can enter to win a print copy.

We are giving away three print copies of The Ides of March. The Goodreads giveaway will run through April 20th.

Get your entry in while you still can!

To enter the giveaway click the link below.

Good luck and happy reading!

 

Goodreads Book Giveaway

The Ides of March by Hannah Stephenson

The Ides of March

by Hannah Stephenson

Giveaway ends April 20, 2014.

See the giveaway details
at Goodreads.

Enter to win

 

Good Reads – Tales of the Unexpected by Roald Dahl

Most of us know Roald Dahl for his imaginative children’s books- Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, James and the Giant Peach, Fastastic Mr. Fox and so on.

Several years ago I was first exposed to Tales of the Unexpected, a collection of short stories he wrote mainly in the 1940s, and was pleasantly surprised by his fiction for adults.  All of the darkest elements of his children’s stories come together in poignant, funny tales of life and death and self-ruin.

His collections of short stories for adults demonstrate the same creativity as his chidren’s books, but combined with a mature, sinister realism and sharp wit.  His sardonic tales of irony and just deserts are contemplative, but still entertaining, light reads.

If you’re into short stories, Roald Dahl is a master.  This ain’t your granpappy’s chocolate factory.

Get it for a few bucks on Amazon here.