Welcome to the Quirk DIY Book Club!
Hey there Quirk fans! Welcome to the Quirk DIY Book Club!
I'm excited to announce this exciting new feature here on the Quirk Books blog. What are we doing? Well, every month we're going to select a book from our library of fun DIY titles, from cookbooks to craftbooks, and do two very awesome things with that title.
ONE. It'll be featured in our new Quirk Perks promotion, which will offer up a monthly eBook for $3.99 across all digital platforms. Grab it for your Kindle, Nook, iPad, whatever!
TWO. We'll be giving away copies of that book here, and encouraging you to join in various challenges and contests. How can you join the fun? It's easy.
The first book in the Quirk DIY Book Club is Breakfast for Dinner by Lindsay Landis and Taylor Hackbarth. You can snag one of TEN free copies by entering the Rafflecopter below. Winners will receive a copy of the book, and will be encouraged to send in photos of their recipes, which we will post here on the Quirk blog at the end of September. You'll also be invited to pin along with us on our Pinterest page.
Our favorite submission in September will win a mini Quirk Books cookbook library. Pick five of our books, they're yours!
We're encouraging fun and creativity. Feel free to show us your own take on a recipe in the book, create a Breakfast for Dinner party, or just shoot some beautiful photographs.
Go ahead and enter the Rafflecopter below to enter to win a copy. Winners will be notified via email, and will be sent a copy of the book to join in the fun. Didn't win the giveaway? You can still pick up Breakfast for Dinner for $3.99, and play along. This includes the amazing enhanced version of the book, which you can grab in the Apple iBookstore.
Be sure to like Quirk DIY on Facebook and follow the community on Twitter (@QuirkDIY). It's the only way you'll learn about the cookbook club, and about our awesome new deals!
ERIC SMITH is the cofounder of Geekadelphia, a popular blog covering all-that-is-geek in the City of Brotherly Love, as well as the Philadelphia Geek Awards, an annual awards show held at the Academy of Natural Sciences. He’s written for the Philadelphia Inquirer, Philadelphia Weekly, and Philly.com