Soulsmith Audiobook Giveaway!
As you may or may not know, the Soulsmith audiobook is available now on Audible and Amazon!
As a matter of fact, the narrator--Travis Baldree--is so awesome that he's already done recording Blackflame! It's headed off to editing already. I don't know how he keeps up with these.
Now that Soulsmith is out, I have to do a giveaway. As is tradition.
Comment below and tell me your favorite word and its definition. Any word, real or made up. My hidden gnomes will then pick their ten favorite responses and give those people a code for a free Soulsmith audiobook!
Here's the deal: comment on this post (here on the blog) and tell me about your favorite character word. When you comment, make sure to use an email address you check, because TOMORROW NIGHT we're going to pick those 10 comments and email you each a promo code to download Soulsmith for free!
(You can use it yourself or give it away!)
DISCLAIMER: The code only works on Audible.com, NOT Audible.co.uk. I'm going to have a separate giveaway for U.K. codes, so if you're in the U.K., save your comments for next time!
As for people who are in neither the US nor UK...I think it depends on whether you use Audible.com or Audible.co.uk.
If you get your audiobooks from Audible.com, these codes are for you! So let's see your comments below!
P.S. If you are in the UK: Yes, I forgot about you last time. That happened. Therefore, I'm going to be doing a giveaway for the Unsouled audiobook in the UK on Monday. And instead of giving out ten codes, as an apology, we'll be giving out twenty-five UK codes, which may be more than we have responses. After that, we'll do the Soulsmith giveaway as well.
...sorry about that. I won't forget you this time, I promise.
11/6/2018 02:17:16 pm
My favorite word is fred, why because on a keyboard it is a simple square. It is easy to type and fun to say.
11/8/2018 02:48:20 pm
I did not define my favorite word fred because it really is a name but here is the definition for Fred a short version of Frederick, Alfred, or Wilfred, also used as a formal male given name. (military, slang) Nickname for the Lockheed C-5 Galaxy, widely used by USAF aircrews. The definition of Frederick is a masculine given name meaning "peaceful ruler". It is the English form of the Germanic name Friedrich. Its meaning is derived from the Germanic word elements frid, or peace, and ric, meaning "ruler" or "power". ... Short form Fred was among the most popular names for boys in Lower Saxony, Germany in 2010.
11/6/2018 02:20:46 pm
Stelliferous- abounding in stars
11/6/2018 02:34:44 pm
My favorite word is Shuffles (hint)
11/6/2018 02:42:13 pm
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11/6/2018 03:43:42 pm
Honestly, I think this is a winner
11/6/2018 02:59:43 pm
verklempt. ver·klempt. adjective.
11/6/2018 03:01:43 pm
Aspirant: loosely defined as one aspiring to win or achieve a particular goal or prize
11/6/2018 03:13:13 pm
defenestration - the action of throwing someone out of a window
11/6/2018 03:45:21 pm
Haha this is my favorite word too /high five
11/7/2018 12:08:06 am
Thats my new second favorite word.
11/6/2018 03:23:02 pm
Dang I was gonna do defenestration...
11/6/2018 03:46:04 pm
Smart minds think alike. Defenestration is my favorite too
11/6/2018 03:38:47 pm
My favorite word is bibliophile... a person who collects or has a great love for books ... I am one and it’s fun to say 🤪
11/6/2018 03:41:52 pm
sesquipedalian - a person that uses long words
11/6/2018 03:43:37 pm
Oh look, your comment stream is suddenly full of sesquipedalians!
11/6/2018 03:44:22 pm
11/6/2018 04:10:34 pm
My favorite word is loquacious. One of the first complex words I learned in English and just fell in love with it.
11/6/2018 04:19:39 pm
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11/6/2018 07:32:30 pm
THIS! My favorite part of that movie! Right after every other part of that movie! All parts of that movie are my favorite part!
11/6/2018 09:34:11 pm
If you don't win I'll be upset. I'm upset I didn't think to reference this.
11/7/2018 06:06:57 pm
"You keep using that word. I do not think it means what you think it means."
11/6/2018 04:42:54 pm
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11/6/2018 05:30:04 pm
Chork - v. mid-15c., now Scottish, "to make the noise which the feet do when the shoes are full of water" [Jamieson]. Related: Chorked ; chorking .
11/6/2018 05:44:24 pm
Furtive, I would tell you the definition but I can't seem to find it
11/6/2018 06:05:55 pm
Paraprosdokian, its a sentence where the ending makes your reconsider the beginning. For example: "light travels faster than sounds which is why you looked smart till you opened your mouth."
11/6/2018 06:14:55 pm
I like this word, the examples reminded me to watch Mitch Hedberg
11/6/2018 06:15:08 pm
My favorite word is omnipotent. All knowing, ever present, and all powerful. Tis my favorite word for the sheer concept of omnipotence and how it can be attuned to today's society. Specifically if someone with enough money, high enough political standing, and enough general resources they could be as close to omnipotent as can be accomplished due to our reliance on technology coupled with the fact that you are almost always on camera somwhere whether it be out to eat or walking through town. That's not even beginning to mention the sheer amount of personal data on cell phones
11/7/2018 10:45:53 am
After rereading this I personally think I sound like a paranoid nut.
11/6/2018 06:20:45 pm
Scott W. Pike
11/8/2018 12:21:20 pm
I now have a name for one of my fears. Thanks.
11/6/2018 06:51:51 pm
My favorite is onomatopoeia.
11/6/2018 07:01:24 pm
I word that always bring a smile to my face when used in a book is poppycock. Which means nonesense.
11/6/2018 07:05:51 pm
Favorite word: Yodeled
11/6/2018 07:08:25 pm
Besmirch - to tarnish or dirty
11/6/2018 07:19:45 pm
Underlord: The first rank beyond Gold, few reach this stage as it requires more than raw power; Other uses, the mythical next book in Will Wight's Cradle series.
11/7/2018 08:07:51 am
This is also a winning word IMO
11/6/2018 07:29:34 pm
Gnomeregan - A fictional city of World of Warcraft which was once the hometown of the Gnomes.
11/6/2018 08:55:31 pm
Mellifluous. Latin for sweet-sounding, like honey. Often used to describe an unusually persuasive speaker.
11/6/2018 09:14:26 pm
Radiculopathy. - it is defined as pain shooting from the spine peripherally out. Typically down the leg. The definition is not fun but the word is.
11/6/2018 09:26:32 pm
Bescumber; one of the words in the English language that mean “to spray with poo”
Path of the Overly Ambitious Goal Setter
11/6/2018 10:06:14 pm
I'm going to cheat and list a favorite word and a favorite phrase. I understand if I'm disqualified.
11/6/2018 10:51:23 pm
11/6/2018 11:28:42 pm
Chutzpah: audacity, cheek, etc... also a great scrabble word
11/7/2018 01:23:33 am
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Typewriter, a machine for writing, can be written using only the top row of keys in a standard typewriter
11/7/2018 08:50:49 am
Malarkey- meaningless talk; nonsense; another way of swearing without being offensive
11/7/2018 08:53:40 am
One of my favorite words is Brouhaha, only because its definition is 'a hubbub'.
11/7/2018 10:11:05 am
Carapace, definition - shell,
11/7/2018 11:47:33 am
Scott W. Pike
11/7/2018 12:23:27 pm
My favorite word is: capacitor, a device that stores electric energy as an electric charge.
11/7/2018 01:56:44 pm
Favorite word is: Patzer, which is a poor chess player
11/7/2018 02:45:24 pm
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11/7/2018 02:47:10 pm
Favorite Word: Confluence
The Last reader
11/7/2018 05:19:38 pm
11/7/2018 06:32:31 pm
Semibuzzed: you have transcended being blackout drunk and ascended and become the god of wine
11/7/2018 07:12:47 pm
Here is my favorite made up word. (Not mine).
11/7/2018 08:06:09 pm
My favorite word for characters is eccentric. I love crazy characters. And based on your Kai, Bliss, and Eithan I think you do too Will.
11/7/2018 08:53:42 pm
My favorite word is monosyllabic because it isn't.
11/7/2018 10:33:51 pm
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11/8/2018 08:01:38 am
Dude because Dude.
11/8/2018 08:27:35 am
"iliberate" The inability to understand the process of turning left or any leftist thinking.
11/8/2018 09:15:44 am
Salt and Pepper Shakers
11/8/2018 04:19:54 pm
Boracity—The state of being bored.
11/9/2018 03:12:25 pm
i dont know if this is still ongoing but my favourite word is: Imbecile
sara from above
11/9/2018 03:14:00 pm
missed off the definition a bit from above and it pretty much means idiot
11/9/2018 07:47:59 pm
Yeah, I know I'm almost as late as 'of Kings & Killers', but I just had to chime in anyways.
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