Signed Personalized Postcard

If you’d like a signed ASHES,ASHES postcard you can go over here to my FaceBook page and like it and leave your name and address in the comments section
you can just add your name and address here in the comments section. It would be nice if you became a follower too but NO pressure.
This is limited to the first 150 people who respond.

30 thoughts on “Signed Personalized Postcard

  1. Would love a signed postcard!!
    I’ve had your book on the top of my to read pile, going to start it today!!

  2. Hello

    Iยดm a german reader of your book “Ashes Ashes” and I love it. My husband bought it because he like “post-apocalyptic stories”, so he said. I read the first page and now Iยดm on page 253.
    He..must wait for it. ๐Ÿ™‚
    So I would be happy if you can send me a postcard from Canada.
    Nice Greetings

    P.S. I hope you can understand my bad English ๐Ÿ™‚

  3. oh…Iยดm stupid.

    I forgot the adress, too. ๐Ÿ™‚

    RennbaumstraรŸe 36
    51379 Leverkusen

  4. hey,
    I have read part of you book and have absolutely loved it and I cant wait to read the rest!
    I would love a signed postcard to use as a bookmark ๐Ÿ˜‰ xx
    thanks ๐Ÿ™‚

    15, Grange Lane
    WR2 5TG

  5. 8814 Fairground Road
    Louisville, KY 40291

    Just started reading! ๐Ÿ™‚ Loving to so far! I want to know what the Sweepers are doing! ๐Ÿ™‚

  6. hava the 150 cards gone yet because i LOVE!!! your book and have never met an author so connected with their readers…(actually i’ve never met any authors. but i’m fairly certain none of them do this…) please write a sequel!!! Personally, I want to be a writer when i’m older – any good tips? My main problem is that i read so many books that other people’s ideas get stuck in my head and i can never come up with something orriginal… Anyway, i love a good read and thanks to this book i was able to postpone my run-out-of-books problem for a whole week!!! (i could have read it slower, which i was trying to do already, but it was just too exciting!)
    p.s. do you post to New Zealand…? =D

  7. oh and the address… umm. my dad doesn’t want our address on a public website so could you please e-mail me or something… sorry, for the fuss…

  8. p.s. in the about the author you say you like baking desserts – do you mean the really hot sandy ones or actual, like, cake and stuff…? i never could really tell the difference between the two words…

    1. Hi Adam! So glad you liked the book and that you found it exciting!
      I think that all writers start off as big readers just like you so you are totally going about it the right way. Just let all those words mix around in your head for a long time and stories will come to you. Even though it doesn’t seem like it, reading is a way of studying how to write without it really seeming like work. So read read read!
      I don’t think my family would like it very much if I baked deserts (those would be the hot sandy things) rather than desserts which are the yummy, chocolate things.
      PS- Your dad is right. Shoot me an email with your address and I’ll send you a postcard!

  9. Thank-you VERY much. The post-card arrived a few days ago. (For a moment there I thought my parents were holding it for my upcoming birthday since they had no clue what to get me!!! =D)

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