Tonight was the night that began the weekly previews from Mixtape, Volume II: From Yellow Springs to Flagstaff. This weeks sampling is a poem of mine from the book, called “Some kind of February son, some kind of heart”.
It’s available for read now over at MIXTAPEBOOKS.COM, and, in a few minutes, you’ll be able to read it here as well.
If you were a fan of the original Mixtape book Justin David Koontz and I made, you’ll be happy to know that Volume II is coming out in the coming months. We’re in the middle of the hype process to make this release more of a celebration. Every Wednesday night at MIXTAPEBOOKS.COM there’ll be a new preview to read. Next weeks will be by Justin, as they will alternate week to week.
For those Tumblr users out there, MIXTAPEBOOKS.COM is a Tumblr-site, so you’re able to follow the site if you’re interested. There are periodic updates from myself and Justin both in relation to the book and just random blurbs or what-have-you.
to catch up on Family Guy episodes.
Who knew Tom Tucker was in Halloween 4?
Tonight is also a good night to remind you of a little competition that is going on around here to win a copy of me and Justin’s book, Mixtape.
If you want to enter to win a copy of the book, the contest will work just like the Translating The Avenues & Leaving Frost Upon the Walls competitions. All you have to do is go to the Facebook page for the book and “like” it (click here to visit). You can double your entry by visiting my Facebook page and giving it a “like” as well (click here to visit). If you’re already a fan of one or both, you’re already entered.
Just as before, for those who don’t use Facebook, you can submit entry via the web (click here). In the title section of the submit form, please enter “Mixtape Contest” so it is clear what the entry is for (there are a lot of submissions for random things). Please enter both your name, address, and email information.
This competition will run slightly longer than the previous two, ending on Sunday, February 19th at 8:30PM EST. At that time, I will randomly select a name from the compiled lists of fans.
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