Spread the Word, Share the Wealth eBook Giveaway

The Essential Eugene McNamara

As you’ve probably heard by now, we’re really excited to be holding the PQL Books & Brews Bash in Windsor on November 1. The event will take place at Chapter Two Brewing Company at 7:00 p.m. We’ll have readings by a number of great PQL authors, including Phil Hall, whose book The Essential Eugene McNamara, will make its debut. We’re also stoked to have Karl Jirgens, reading from his excellent collection of short stories The Razor’s Edge, as well as D. A. Lockhart, reading from his own book of stories, Breaking Right. Rounding out the event will be Anne Baldo, who will be reading a sneak peek from her debut story collection, Morse Code for Romantics, which is forthcoming in a few months.

PQL Books & Brews Bash, featuring Anne Baldo, Phil Hall, Karl Jirgens, D.A. Lockhart

To make sure we have a good turnout, we’re hoping you can help spread the word. In exchange for your good deed, we’ll be giving away copies of the eBook version of The Essential Eugene McNamara to all who give us a boost.

How to get your free eBook:

1. Log in to the form below using email, Facebook, Twitter or Instagram.

2. Visit our event page on Facebook, and share the event, or tweet about the event on Twitter.

3. Log out of the form to submit your entry.

Everyone who submits a valid entry will receive instructions on how to download their free book on November 1.

Spread the Word, Share the Wealth eBook Giveaway

Thanks for helping us spread the word about this exciting literary event. If you live in Windsor-Essex County, we hope to see you at Chapter Two on November 1!



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