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November 15, 2012


Win A Pre-Release Copy of Liar’s Harvest!

by Michael Langlois

You know what’s a long time from now?  Tomorrow, that’s what.

I sympathize with your lamentations, fellow calendar-haters.  Like the hallowed chorus of, “Are we there yet?” from the back seat, you have been heard.

I’m giving away three pre-release copies of Liar’s Harvest today.  Winners will receive their choice of an epub or Kindle formatted ebook, given away at 8pm CST tonight.

To win, all you have to do is drop a comment below.  Winners will be chosen at random by the great and mighty RANDOM.ORG.

HOWEVER!  If your comment happens to be in haiku form, well then, your name will appear three times in the Grand List of Choosing.  This will not only make your chances of winning go up, but it will also make your opponents seem tiny and ineffective by comparison!  It’s a good strategy, I recommend it.

Let the contest begin!


Aaand it’s over, folks!  Thanks for the lovely and hilarious poems: we laughed, we cried, we pointed fingers at the monitor.  It was lovely.

I do have one confession to make, however.  No winners will be chosen by RANDOM.ORG tonight.

In a decidedly un-random fashion, everyone in the comments is a winner!  And not in the self-esteem preserving, elementary school science fair sense, either!

Please email me at: langlois.mike (at) and specify if you’d like your copy in epub or kindle format.  And if you’d like me to send directly to your kindle, please give me your address *and don’t forget to authorize my email account under ‘Manage Your Kindle/Personal Document Settings’ on Amazon so that I can send you the ebook.*  Note that this only allows me to send you books, it doesn’t give me any rights on your account or device.  It’s just a spam prevention measure.

Thanks again to everyone who commented, and I hope you enjoy Liar’s Harvest!

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19 Comments Post a comment
  1. Cory Whiteland
    Nov 15 2012

    I cannot win it.
    “Clear conflict of interest!”
    They would shout at us.

    • Michael Langlois
      Nov 15 2012

      Editors must leave.
      No contest to win today!
      The red pens remain.

  2. Daniel Powell
    Nov 15 2012

    I was just thinking that tomorrow is far too long a wait- I reread walker 2 days ago, then read bad radio yesterday (after looking into whether you had any more books since I last checked)- it only makes sense that I read Liar’s Harvest today and make it a Michael Langlois marathon. Sadly, I have no idea what haiku form is even after googling it, poetry isn’t my forte.

    • Michael Langlois
      Nov 15 2012

      Man, I sure do like the idea of a marathon. A reading one, anyway. Running one would kill me.
      I’m counting any 3 lines in the format of 5 syllables, 7 syllables, 5 syllables as a haiku, even though that makes purists shake their calligraphy-stained fists at me.

      • Gregg DeMasters
        Nov 15 2012

        And me suffer much angst over kiri…

  3. Nov 15 2012

    Bad Radio was good
    My interest has been whetted
    A sequel appeals

  4. Nov 15 2012

    Bad Radio first
    Liar’s Harvest a must have
    Free is always good

  5. Lee A. Ratcliff
    Nov 15 2012

    Loved Bad Radio
    Can’t wait to see what happens
    Will Abe and Anne wed?

    • Michael Langlois
      Nov 15 2012

      Special days are nice
      but so hard to organize
      running for your life!


  6. Tyler Payne
    Nov 15 2012

    A pool of blood
    immortalized hero
    unholy desires.

  7. Nov 15 2012

    This book I must have
    For the author I purchased
    From his wife long ago

  8. Gregg DeMasters
    Nov 15 2012

    Me want book right now
    Me love book but me am sad
    Me no can read book

    • Michael Langlois
      Nov 15 2012

      ROFL, Gregg 🙂

    • Cory Whiteland
      Nov 15 2012


  9. I want a free book!
    I promote you on Twitter;
    That counts for something?

  10. Option 2:

    If I don’t get picked,
    I might have to sic Zombie
    Zeke on you. Beware.

    • Michael Langlois
      Nov 15 2012

      That’s not playing fair!
      But I’m afraid of zombies,
      so maybe you win…

  11. Nov 15 2012

    Your pacing is great,
    The characters compel me.
    Give me excess lies.

  12. Michael Langlois
    Nov 15 2012

    Fantastic work, everyone! Check the main post for how to collect your copy!


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