What if you could be a character in a book?
Not just your name – your personality and appearance, as a unique character in fictional world? Walking around, spouting one-liners, murdering people, saving the day…generally kicking ass, in a book that will be on the shelves of thousands of people. Sounds cool, yes?
Today I’m featuring a competition for Rob Boffard – author of some of my favourite kick-ass sci-fi Tracer and Adrift (go clicky on the links to see my reviews – in short, they’re fantastic) is giving you the chance to appear as a character in one of his upcoming books.
It’s the works: name, physical characteristics, likes and dislikes, mannerisms, pet preferences, choice of weapons, the songs you like to hum in the bath, all of it. It can be exactly like the real you – OR you can switch things up and create a fictional version that is completely different. Your call!
Anyone can enter. Absolutely anyone. Any city, any country, any planet, any solar system.
Details on how you can win are over here on Rob’s website: HOW TO WIN, but it’s pretty simple.
Leave a review of Rob’s new book, Adrift, on your favorite store.
Send proof (a link or a screenshot) to firstname.lastname@example.org.
You MUST include the following declaration within the body of your email:
My name is [insert your real name here]. I confirm I am freely agreeing to the use of my name in one of Rob Boffard’s upcoming books, subject to being selected as the winner of this contest, and subject to the signing of a contract explicitly laying out the terms of this arrangement. I agree I will receive no compensation for the use of my name. I agree that until the contest winner has been decided and the contract signed, neither Rob Boffard nor any publisher is obligated or entitled to make any use of my name in such a way. I agree the author and publisher are not obligated to make any corrections or changes to my name in reprints.
SUPER IMPORTANT: You have to do this by MONDAY 15 OCTOBER 2018 to have a chance of winning the contest.
What are you waiting for? GO!