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7 Apr 2011

Free prize draw - win a copy of my ukulele ebook!

Summer is here - time to be happy, so how about a free prize draw to win a copy of my ebook "What Ukulele Players Really Want To Know".  In fact I am giving away five copies (yes, five!) to those who enter.

THIS COMPETITION IS NOW CLOSED - KEEP READING GOT A UKULELE FOR MORE GIVEAWAYS!




All you have to do is use Twitter (its easy and takes two seconds to register) and do the following

Tweet or Re-Tweet the following message exactly.

I want to win a free #ukulele ebook by @bazmaz http://www.smashwords.com/books/view/37988

It's that simple!

The draw will end at 5pm UK time on Sunday 10th April, and I will then draw randomly 5 names who tweeted and contact you via twitter and announce on here.  I will then need an email address from you to send the file (which will be used for nothing else) and you can choose from the following formats

EPUB
PDF
RTF
LRF (Sony Format)
PalmDoc (PDB)

Or, Plain text (yuk)

Good luck!

RULES (IMPORTANT)!


1. Competition  ends at 5.00pm UK time on 10 April 2011
2. To be eligible for the prize draw, you must post the message above on  Twitter and provide a valid email if you win to receive prize
3. On draw day, I will randomly pick 5 winners and contact them by twitter.
5. The winner will be announced within 7 days of the draw day, on this website
6. No purchase necessary
7. posting a tweet is not proof that I have received your entry. No responsibility can be accepted for entries that are lost or delayed, or which are not received for any reason
8. The prize in not transferable to another person

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