$10 Giveaway – INDIEpendence Day

Prize: $10 Amazon.com gift certificate. (Amazon.co.uk certificates are available at the exchange rate.)

How to Enter:

Answer the following 2 questions:

  1. In your opinion what should writers, who pay for the publishing and promotion of their work, call themselves; 

a.  Self-published author/writer[L2]
b.  Independent author/writer
c.  Freelance author/writer
d.  Free spirit
e.  I don’t care, just write the damn book!
f.  Crazy people
g.  None of the above

2.  Why do think that?

Leave a comment stating your answers along with a valid email address.

Bisi will select the best comment and announce the winner on the blog by 7 July.

The giveaway closes 6 July noon GMT (London time) or 1 a.m. EDT (U.S. Eastern Daylight Time/New York)

Please read the contest terms and conditions here

In case you don’t know we have another competition here

Winner: Carrie, congratulations!

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9 responses to “$10 Giveaway – INDIEpendence Day

  1. 1. In your opinion what should writers, who pay for the publishing and promotion of their work, call themselves;

    e. I don’t care, just write the damn book!

    2. Why do think that?

    Well, let’s just say I’ve witnessed too many arguments regarding this very issue. Each term means something different to the next person. And ironically, the reader doesn’t care whether a book was independently published or not. All they care about and want is an awesome story. 😀

  2. I would say independant author because they are doing it all themselves, but all i really care about is reading a great story not how it was published 🙂

  3. Either independent or self published I guess. But what does it matter if I want to read the book? How about just “author” 🙂

  4. I think the name “indie” is great, because it means you are not in the mainstream (yet) but still very cool. Only readers “in the know” will get to read indie works and love them first!

    celjla212 at aol dot com

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