Get A Free Copy of Neil Gaiman’s “Norse Mythology,” Canada and UK Edition

Disclaimer: This promotion is not in any way affiliated with Neil Gaiman or the publisher W. W. Norton & Company.

A couple of weeks ago, I ran this promotion in the United States and got a great response. I promised my Canadian and UK readers that I’d try to open this up to them soon, and now I’m making good on that promise.

The idea is simple. If you pledge to my Patreon at the $2 level or above, I’ll send you a free hardcover copy of Neil Gaiman’s Norse Mythology. I had a great time reading it, and I think you will too.

If you change your mind after I’ve sent you the book, you’re free to cancel your pledge, no questions asked. I believe most people are kind and won’t take advantage.

Your pledge also entitles you to other perks. The $2 level gives you access to rough drafts of every novel, novella and short story I write. The $5 level lets you decide which of my flash fiction pieces I should turn into a longer story. The $10 level entitles you to more free books, a hardcover copy of one of my favorite fantasy books sent to you every three months. Whatever you can give, it will help me immensely on my journey toward becoming a full-time writer.

There are only two rules.

1. You have to have an address in the UK, Canada or the US (if you missed my previous promotion, you’re free to hop on this one!) to be eligible. Unfortunately, I can’t offer this to other countries yet.

2. You must become a patron at or above the $2 level on or before Monday, March 13, 11:59 PM Pacific Standard Time.

That’s it. Once you become a patron, I’ll send you an email to request your shipping address, and once I get it, I’ll order the book through Amazon ( in Canada and in the UK) and send it to you as a gift. I may or may not do a similar giveaway in the future. This is an experiment. Let’s see how it goes 🙂

To become a patron and get your free hardcover copy of Norse Mythology, click the “Become a patron” button below.

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