April 2, 2014 • Humor
Here at Quirk, we like to laugh. As a publisher who takes a lot of joy in making people smile, comedy is important to us. So when comedy legend Carol Leifer's book found its way into our office... well, we just couldn't wait to publish it.
Now, How to Succeed in Business Without Really Crying is less than a week away, and we want to give you a chance to win a copy, as well as offer up some bits of wisdom from the book.
There are two ways to enter.
One, you can enter the Rafflecopter below by following us and Carol. Easy as that! We're giving away five books there.
Two, you can share some of the bits of wisdom here on Twitter. Tweet out one of these quote images with #HowtoSucceed and a link to the book's page (http://www.quirkbooks.com/howtosucceed). We'll pick five of you at random at the end of next week! And yes, you can enter multiple times. After all, we've got three images to share! The one up top, and the two right below.
March 14, 2014 • Handbooks: Superheroes, Humor, Movies & Film, Television
Happy Saint Patrick's Day! Your pals at Quirk Books would like to celebrate the occasion with that most Irish of gifts: a story. Have you ever wondered who would win in a no holds-barred battle between the beloved Bishop of Ireland and the infamous King of Monsters? Of course you have. Now you can find out, in this free 5-chapter battle royale. Check out the exerpt below, then if you like it download the FREE PDF for the complete senses-shattering saga. It's the Shamrock Saint verse the Green Gargantua...with the fate of all mankind hanging in the balance!
February 3, 2014 • Humor
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