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Are you on LibraryThing? Enter to Win!

imagesAre you on Library Thing’s Early Reviewer list? My new book Gifts Not Yet Given is on October’s list! They’re giving away 25 author-signed copies of the book, so hurry and enter!

And even if you don’t win, if you love books, it’s a great program. Sign up for it, and you enter the contests for books you want.  If you win, you simply put your review of the book (good or bad) up online for all to see!  It’s a great free way to read, and for authors it is a great way to get the word out about our books!


Goodreads Giveaway: Gifts Not Yet Given – 10 Paperbacks!

My thanks to all for your support of my new book, Gifts Not Yet Given, which debuts next month!  For the next 30 days, enter at Goodreads to win one of 10 author-signed paperbacks.  This new title is perfect for holiday reading and giving, so enter today!

Goodreads Book Giveaway

Gifts Not Yet Given by Kergan Edwards-Stout

Gifts Not Yet Given

by Kergan Edwards-Stout

Giveaway ends October 15, 2013.

See the giveaway details
at Goodreads.

Enter to win

 


Win a Copy of “Songs for the New Depression”!

Chapters and Chats, a great site for readers, is offering a giveaway, with your chance to win one of two autographed copies of my novel, now through October 13th!  Jodi, who is the force behind the site, wrote a glowing review of Songs for the New Depression, and conducted a fun interview with me as well.  I love what she does, connecting readers and authors, and urge you to check out her site.

And, who knows, you just might win my book!


“Songs for the New Depression” Wins 2012 Indie Book Award!

My sincere thanks to the judges at the 2012 Indie Book Awards for selecting my novel, Songs for the New Depression, as the winner in the LGBTQ category. I am extremely honored and grateful.  This book has been a labor of love, crafted over a great many years, and I’m pleased that it has resonated with so many.  As an author, it is an odd thing to send your child out into the world, and sometimes hear nothing.  It is the wonderful notes, reviews, and awards such as this that tell me that, for many, my tale rings true.  I am touched and honored.  Thank you!


Gratitude–and Giveaways!

First, a sincere “thank you” to all who have helped spread my open letter to Rick Santorum far and wide. It is truly amazing how something written as a late night rant, fueled by both anger and chardonnay, can somehow find its way to the Huffington Post — and beyond! I appreciate the countless notes and comments of support.

The fact is, I love being a dad. While parenting isn’t for everyone, for those for whom it is, it can be the best reward life offers. I am eternally grateful to all who have helped get my message out there–that every kid deserves a home, food, and love.  Where it comes from isn’t as important as that it comes at all…

Secondly, this week, several sites are offering Giveaways of my novel, Songs for the New Depression, which–I’m happy to announce–has been shortlisted for the 2011 Indie Lit Awards.  All of these are great sites, worth checking out, and I hope you’ll enter the contests!

  • Ending Wednesday: The Bilerico Project, a fantastic LGBT news/advocacy website, has three paperback copies–and not many entries yet, so that may be a good bet!
  • Ending Thursday: Deep Dish, a fun gay culture site, has two paperbacks up for grabs.
  • Ending Sunday: Goodreads, a great site for all things bookish, is offering an autographed paperback.
  • Ending Wednesday January 18: Bookish Ardour, a book blog focusing on LGBT, speculative fiction, classics, and more, is offering 3 e-books!

If you haven’t yet, please consider sharing my letter to Rick Santorum with your friends and family. I firmly believe that, together, we can create real change in the world, and make this a place where all are treasured.