Friday, December 13, 2013

Friday Fun And Another Book Giveaway

To celebrate my 700th post, I'm giving away two sets of books to the lucky winners. If a lot of people enter, I'll give away 3 sets.

'And what are the prizes?', I hear you ask. Two ebooks in the format of your choice, Tempers Fugit and Apollo The Thriteenth. This weekend they will also be available to buy at a reduced price on Amazon.

a Rafflecopter giveaway

The draw ends on Sunday 15th and the winners will be announced next Tuesday on this blog.

Now, it's picture time. Enjoy.

And on that note, I bid you adieu and hope you have a great weekend...after entering the competition of course.


Stephen Ramey said...

You do make Fridays fun. Here's to the next 700! Crossing fingers that I win some good reading.

Martin Willoughby said...

Stephen: If you're in it, you can win it. Good Luck.

Paul T. said...

Well, I tried to enter and comment but I've no idea if it worked or not. So you may never know what I really think. Then again, neither will I.

Milo James Fowler said...

Holding hands / public shaming = great idea! And 700 posts? Holy cow! I entered.

Lisa Shafer said...

You're wonderful! And I'm entering your giveaway! :)

Lexa Cain said...

I love your funny pics! Congrats on 700 posts - that's so impressive! (I'll only hit my 100th next week.)

Jeff Chapman said...

Congrats on reaching the 700 milestone. I liked the no trespassing sign and the cat lady starter kit.

Kristy Gillespie said...

The "I Don't Always Bark at Night" one is my fave!
Thanks for the great giveaway1

Kristy Gillespie said...

The "I Don't Always Bark at Night" one is my fave!
Thanks for the great giveaway1

Helena said...

I thought the Chuck Norris one was my favorite, but I kept finding other ones. Thanks for the laughs.

Fran said...

I don't know where you find them all. I love the 'Perception/Reality' one with the mother and child in bed. So true!

Lynda Schmeichel said...

I love the pics on your post! So profound!

Martin Willoughby said...

Paul: I don't know what I think half the time.

Milo: 700 and counting.

Lisa: I know I am.

Lexa: Keep on going and you'll get there.

Jeff: The cat lady one still makes me smile.

Kristy: Dogs and kids have the same attitude.

Helena: You're very welcome.

Fran: I just have too much time on my hands.

Lynda: Profound and witty.