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03/01/2006: "Free Art Book for Bloggers"

I got an email tonight about a chance to get a free copy of Living the Artist's Life. Now, I know what you're thinking "why do *I* need a book on living the artist's life when I am, in fact, already doing so?" Right? Hell if I know, but it might be good and you can't beat the price!

(I responded but if you do, do it at your own risk, as I really have no way of knowing if it's legit or not.):

"Do you have a blog? Have you been blogging for a minimum of three months? If so, and if you would like a Free Copy of Living the Artist's Life, by Paul Dorrell, please send us an email with the following information:

Write to bloggers @ with Free Book for Bloggers in the subject line. Include a link to your blog and a U.S. mailing address.

If your blog meets the qualifications, we'll send you a book. This offer is limited to the first 250 bloggers who respond. Our apologies to those of you outside the U.S., but at this time free books will only be mailed to recipients living within the United States. Please allow two weeks for delivery.

All mailing information will be held in strictest confidence—in fact will be destroyed after the book is shipped. This means you will never receive a promotional mailing from us, and the information will not be shared.

Please send your request to Hillstead Publishing. To learn more about the author, please visit his blog: Paul Sincerely, Hillstead Publishing"

Replies: 2 Comments

on Thursday, March 2nd, Julie McBrien said

Totally Great Radio Station
and of course, go to this site to avoid giving your personal information away when you have to register

on Saturday, March 4th, greg said

Cool offer! I don't know if I'd be catagorized as the qualifying type of "artist" they're looking for, but signed up anyway.

Looks like a pretty good book! Thanks!