NAF conducts Superhero interviews! – with contest!

As part of this blog entry, and as a continuation of the one from last week, I am holding a contest for someone to win a personalized, signed copy of the novel.

Here are the rules:

Be the one to rack up enough points and you will win the copy. If there is a tie in anyway whatsoever, I will announce the winner after a random pick.

How do you get points?

All of these have to be verified by myself, so if any of these are done, you need to e-mail me at djfans at beyondthecharts dot com If you don’t do that, then I CANNOT verify it and you will have done it in vain, so be SURE to send me notice so that I can CONFIRM – EVEN IF it is something done with one of my own accounts. I need you to VERIFY it for me through that e-mail account unless I tell you otherwise. Thank you.

Here’s how you get points:

Like this review. That gets you 1 point.

Leave a comment below. That gets you 1 point. (Limit to 1 point even if you comment 5 times)

Buy a copy of Tales of the Dim Knight. That gets you 5 points. (Confused? Superhero memorabilia collectors know the value of having one unsigned copy to read while they keep their untouched signed copy in a safe place)

Link to this blog entry on your blog post. You can do this once a day per blog for 2 points each time.

Post once a day a link to this blog OR to the Splashdown Books website page for the book (not both) on Facebook and/or Twitter. Each post on each social network site – once a day – will get you 2 points.

Become my Friend on Facebook or Follow me on Twitter. That gets you 3 points each.

Become Adam’s Friend or Andrea’s friend on Facebook or Follow them on any of their Twitter accounts. That will get you 3 points each.

Like the Tales of the Dim Knight Facebook page. The will get you 3 points.

Like the Splashdown Books Facebook page. That will get you 3 points.

And the action that will really rack up the points for you:

Purchasing books from Splashdown Books.

Here’s how those points work:

There are 10 books available for purchase that you can find on the Splashdown Books website (including Tales of the Dim Knight) – two of which are not out yet – and as far as I am aware all are available through e-books too.

The points for the print copies:

If you purchase 1 book you will get 1 point (unless it is Tales of the Dim Knight – that’s still 5 points)

If you purchase 2 books you will get 4 points (unless one is Tales of… – that will get you 9 points)

If you purchase 3 books you will get 9 points (now we are above 5 so even if one is Tales of… it’s still 9 points)

If you purchase 4 books you will get 16 points

If you purchase 5 books you will get 25 points

If you purchase 6 books you will get 36 points

If you purchase 7 books you will get 49 points

If you purchase 8 books you will get 64 points

If you purchase 9 books you will get 81 points

If you purchase all 10 books you will get 100 points

All books must be purchased during the fourteen days of this contest. If you already own any of these books, then get one for a friend or relative that might like it too. And if you purchase any or all by e-book then you can double the points.

1 book is 2 points

2 books is 8 points

3 books is 18 points

and so on until

10 books is 200 points

If you buy both the print and the e-book version of the same book, you get the points added together:

1 book is 3 points

2 books is 12 points

3 books is 27 points

and so on until

10 books is 300 points

You have a lot of options available to you to rack up a lot of points. Again, whoever has the most points wins the book. There will be only 1 winner. If there is a tie of any sort among those with the most points, then a winner will be selected randomly.

If you are already a Friend of anyone listed on Facebook or already have Liked a Facebook page listed or are already following a person listed on Twitter, just provide a way to verify this and you will get your points.

I will announce the contest closed in 7 Days. Then 1 week later I will announce a winner.

The details of this contest will be on both blog entries, so be sure to go back to last week’s blog review and enter again for your points there.

Remember that everything needs to be verified by myself, so you need to e-mail me at djfans at beyondthecharts dot com in order to verify these things. Any purchases made will require you to e-mail me a copy of your electronic receipt that you got by e-mail.

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About David James

David James is a man of many attributes: He's a believer in Jesus as the Christ. He's a family man with a wife and two children. He's an entrepreneur with a fledgling business called Beyond the Charts, an Independent Marketer with Manna From Heaven, a writer of both speculative fiction and some spiritual matters. He's a listener of heavy metal with techno, goth, and industrial sounds preferred. He doesn't listen to "Christian radio" and can't stand most "Praise and Worship" music because it comes across so staged and more for entertainment than worship, but he loves the worship coming out of MorningStar Ministries because of the raw intensity of it. He loves scary movies whether it's a creepy ghost story or an intense slasher film, as well as strange humor films, and just loves the spoof films that have come out over the past decade. He thinks Kevin Smith films are very funny, but doesn't care for it when they speak bad of Jesus. His favorite novelist of all time is Stephen King. His favorite sci-fi novelist is Kevin J. Anderson. Other novelists he enjoys are too numerous to mention here. For Spiritual reading he turns to Billy Graham, Mike Murdock, Rick Joyner, John Bunyan, Ellen White, Herbert Armstrong, Martin Zender, and R.A. Torrey. He enjoys financial and self-help books ranging from Dale Carnegie to Zig Ziglar to Donald Trump to Robert Kiyosaki. The one thing that irritates him is when people don't show respect, yet want respect from those they don't show it to.

4 comments on “NAF conducts Superhero interviews! – with contest!

  1. My dearest Teddy Bear,

    Nice interview.

  2. My brothers were the comic book nerds in our fam, and I wasn’t allowed to touch their comics, but I think I could still enjoy this book. Thanks for agreeing to the interview, Powerhouse and Emerald Avenger.

  3. Funny and fun. Great job!

  4. Yeah, anyone who grew up on Saturday morning superheros, after school superheros, Lois & Clark, and superhero movies should get the laugh lines in this book. 🙂 If someone wants to buy the movie rights, I’d suggest, Superhero Movie for the theatrical release’s title. 🙂

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