A few months ago, Anderson O’Donnell asked us to be part of the blog tour for Kingdom, a diesel-punk book that’s part science fiction, part dystopia and part drug-fueled dream land. I ended up really enjoying the book and am looking forward to whatever O’Donnell takes his cast of characters next.
But before that happens, O’Donnell is celebrating the next volume in his own life with the birth of his second child any moment now. To celebrate Kingdom is now FREE through the Amazon Kindle store for the next three days. I’m honored to have been asked to join him to celebrate this special occasion. This is a great deal, so take advantage of it before it’s gone and wish Anderson good luck with the new addition to his family! Download Kingdom here today!
In addition to making the book free for everyone, he’s also offering up a signed copy of Kingdom to one random person who guesses the right sex of his second child. This is open internationally! It is a 50/50 chance at this point. The parents do not even know, they want it to be a surprise. So chose one, not both please (entries will be checked and if you enter both you will be disqualified) and ENTER! One signed copy of Kingdom from the proud papa himself will be given to the winning team. Your name will be picked by random! Read the digital copy and have the chance of winning a signed copy, score on both sides! Plus be part of the BABY-PALOOZA!
Congrats to Anderson and his wife on the new addition to their family!
Anderson lives in Connecticut with his wife and son. Anderson himself deems Kingdom as "a thrill-a-minute, bio-punk myth that manages to wrestle with the most pressing issues of the new millennium. O'Donnell has crafted a kickass novel of tomorrow night, when the big party gets raided by the monsters we've been building for the last half- century."
His debut novel, Kingdom, a dystopian, biopunk thriller, is now available in paperback and ebook format. Kingdom is the first part of the Tiber City Trilogy. Look for part two, Exile,in the summer of 2013.
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