Wednesday, January 14, 2015

Neeta Lyffe, Zombie Exterminator Audiobook Giveaway



I was a bad author in 2014.

Last summer, Damnation Books published my novel, Neeta Lyffe, Zombie Exterminator as an audiobook. They hired award-winning reader, Becky Geist (www.proaudiovoices.com), and she and I had great fun discussing voices and background noises. The scene where Neeta is watching Ted with his flamethrower and hearing “Unchained Melody” in her head is a scream. Becky timed the narrative perfectly! We re-did the cover art, with my sister, Gina Koske posing with a Lyffe-Undeath tramp tattoo, a chainsaw, and kitchen gloves as she takes on the shambling undead. The finished product is a thing of beauty, and my publisher gave me TWELVE codes for downloads.

And I did nothing with them.

Look at this great cover! And I didn't tell the world? I am so ashamed!
 
I can apologize, and I really am sorry, Kim! I can say, “I was busy,” and I was, but who isn’t? I could give any number of excuses. But instead, I’d rather say

Neeta Lyffe Giveaway Time!




Here’s how we’re going to do this: I am giving away five copies: one on this blog, two via Facebook and two via Twitter. You can have a chance on all three, but here’s what you need to do before Jan 31:

For the Blog: Comment below about how you would kill a zombie using an everyday item. (I’ll try to incorporate some into the next story and credit you as well.)

For Facebook: Post  one or more of the following on your pages. Each post is an entry, and feel free to post more than once (but only once a day). Be sure to tag me so I know you did it:
  • Napalm Sticks to Zombies! Get Neeta Lyffe, Zombie Exterminator on audiobook. Purchase at http://bit.ly/1u2Mx7w or join the contest to win one. Contest details at http://bit.ly/1BocN2z. (Tagging Karina Fabian)
  • “A fun romp through the zombie genre!” Neeta Lyffe, Zombie Exterminator is on audiobook. Purchase at http://bit.ly/1u2Mx7w or join the contest to win one. Contest details at http://bit.ly/1BocN2z (Tagging Karina Fabian)
  • The Zombie Apocalypse Meets Reality TV! Get Neeta Lyffe, Zombie Exterminator on audiobook. Purchase at http://bit.ly/1u2Mx7w or join the contest to win one. Contest details at http://bit.ly/1BocN2z (Tagging Karina Fabian)
  • Want to win one of the funniest zombie books ever? Neeta Lyffe, Zombie Exterminator is on audiobook and Karina Fabian is giving away copies. Repost this for a chance to win. (Tag Karina). Or go for the sure thing and buy it at http://bit.ly/1u2Mx7w.

For Twitter: Tweet any of the following. Each tweet is an entry, and feel free to post more than once (but only once a day). Be sure to include #NLZE is included.
  • Napalm Sticks to Zombies! Neeta Lyffe, Zombie Exterminator on audiobook at http://bit.ly/1u2Mx7w #NLZE RT for a chance to win a copy.
  • A fun romp through the zombie genre! Neeta Lyffe, Zombie Exterminator on audiobook at http://bit.ly/1u2Mx7w #NLZE RT to enter to win a copy.
  • The Zombie Apocalypse Meets Reality TV! Neeta Lyffe, Zombie Exterminator on audiobook http://bit.ly/1u2Mx7w #NLZE RT to enter to win a copy.
Reviewers: If you review horror books and want a copy for review, please contact me at http://karinafabian.com/index.php?name=ContactPro

I have a wonderful publisher and a terrific voice artist. Won’t you help me make it up to them for not promoting this great book sooner? Thanks!



4 comments:

  1. No comments :( but YAY! I get to be the first.... Hmm... how would I kill a Zombie with an every day item. First off- I'd really have to be in a pinch, I'd make a poor zombie hunter- too much ick! That being said... I'd probably prefer to crimp a lamp or metal mop pole to use for killing.
    A) I can keep them at a distance and not get gore all over me YUCK!
    B) makes a good walking stick
    C) Easy to clean off (wood I would think has a higher potential of harboring blood borne ick)
    D) not easy to break

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  2. I would thrust my trusty poultry shears through their nasty glazed over eyeballs. Yep. I most certainly would. I can also use to clip the brain stem if I'm in the right position. I love poultry shears. They are my very favorite weapon. (Of course, this doesn't include my zombie-killing machete.)

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  3. Excellent choices, ladies/ I'd not thought of poultry sheers before, Michelle. Virginia, the thought about metal vs wood is a good one. Thanks.

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  4. Congratulations to our winners:
    Blog: Virginia Jennings
    FB: Beth Bergeron Hancock & Marina Fontaine
    Twitter: Sabrina Street & Anony Mouse

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