Win Some Cool Stuff!

This competition is now closed. Congratulations to Sebastian Mathews who walked away with the prize pack!

My new book, The Gospel in Twenty Questions, came out three months ago. Since then I have been encouraged to hear from readers who have been blessed by its message of grace.

I particularly want to thank those of you who have posted a customer review of my book on Amazon. As you may know, books with good reviews feature higher in search results. So one way you can help promote the good news of God’s grace is to write positive reviews for books that preach it.

And if you have done that for The Gospel in Twenty Questions, then I want to say a big thank you by giving you a chance to win a prize pack with the following cool stuff…

E2R_pen

1. A limited edition Escape to Reality pen

Be the talk of the town with one of these flash new writing instruments. These are genuine E2R pens lovingly made by Oompa-Loompas in our pen factory. There are only 10 of these remarkable pens in the whole world! Not 50, not 40 – just 10! And you could have one for your very own.

Use your E2R pen for signing autographs, writing checks, or penning your memoirs. Or give it away to someone special. Nothing says, “I think you’re great!” like a pen featuring a man on a motorbike.

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2. An even more limited edition Escape to Reality USB-stick

A pen carries a lot of words but the world runs on ones and zeroes and for that you need one of these puppies. They may look small on the outside but on the inside they pack four gigabytes of pure, sweet data. Use yours for carrying important documents or taking vacation photos to the mall to get printed. Or stick it in your shoe and carry lists of secret agents across international borders. The possibilities are endless!

These individually-capped E2R USB-sticks are brand new – seriously, they are less than a week old! – and feature the red-car emblem that has been rated one of the world’s least-recognized corporate logos. So this is truly a collector’s item.

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3. A personal thank you message from the author

I know what you’re thinking – a pen and a USB stick would be the best prizes ever. But wait, there’s more! Write a customer review of The Gospel in Twenty Questions on Amazon and you could also get a signed thank you postcard from me, the author! (I know. Amazing, huh!) This is a card you’ll want to frame or take to church to impress your pastor.

So how can you win one of these limited-edition prize packs?

All you need to do is send us a message in the comment box below that says something like this:

“I have written a customer review of The Gospel in Twenty Questions on Amazon.”

You may say, “But what if I haven’t written a customer review. How can I win this great prize pack with all this cool stuff?”

Easy! Write a customer review on Amazon, today and enter the draw. You don’t have to write an essay. Just two or three sentences will do. Go on – you know you want to.

We will draw the winner at the end of the month. UPDATE: The winner has been drawn. Congratulations to Sebastian Mathews!

Comments

  1. John Buta says:

    I have written a beautiful review of The Gospel in Twenty Questions on Amazon and i wanna win win win some goodies :-)
    ;-)

  2. Barbara Gibbs says:

    “I have written a customer review of The Gospel in Twenty Questions on Amazon

  3. Bruce Fulton says:

    I have written a customer review of The Gospel in Twenty Questions on Amazon

  4. I have written a very positive customer review of The Gospel in Twenty Questions on Amazon. I really did and you should too. :)

  5. “I have written a customer review of The Gospel in Twenty Questions on Amazon.”

  6. I wrote a review on Amazon IN THE UK! All the way to Kent, England, your books are changing lives……thank you.

  7. paul, you crack me up! :)

  8. I have written a customer review of The Gospel in Twenty Questions on Amazon.

  9. Done. I see the book depository has it for $21.69,,, I usually get my books thru them as its cheaper than amazon and their postage. Can i get this book in New Zealand from you directly if its cheaper or should I just go through book depository? I want to get more of the first book too to give to others as they would go well together.

    • Hi Tracy – that’s a really good price for NZ, and probably the cheapest anywhere in the country at the moment. The only cheaper option is Kindle.

  10. I have also written a customer review of, ‘The Gospel in Twenty Questions.’, on Amazon and I am still sharing about this great book!

  11. I am about to write a comment at the customer review of The Gospel in Twenty Questions on Amazon. Thank you for your continued Grace Teachings, I pray they continue to bless those who read them.

  12. I couldn’t actually get into Amazon to write a review, as our ladies group leader bought all the books in bulk, so I purchased my book off her. It seems unless you have purchased through them, they won’t let you leave a review. Howeever, I managed to commented on one of the reviews already there. Hope this was ok. It really is a GREAT BOOK, as was your Gospel in Ten Words, I have purchased a few copies of that one, and handed them to new Christians. What a blessing you are Paul. Enjoying your journey with the Lord. Be Blessed. Raelene

    • Thanks Raelene, yes we will count you. I was under the impression that to write reviews on Amazon, you only had to be a customer – you don’t have to buy the particular book being reviewed, as long as you have bought something from Amazon. I’m pretty sure I’ve written reviews for books I haven’t purchased from them. Maybe I’m wrong.

  13. I have written a customer review of The Gospel in Twenty Questions on Amazon

  14. I have written a customer review of The Gospel in Twenty Questions on Amazon.

  15. Paul you have out done yourself, and are incorrigible,keep up the good work.

  16. “I have written a customer review of The Gospel in Twenty Questions on Amazon.”

  17. You got a worthy five star from me. Appreciate all that you share.

  18. I have written a customer review of The Gospel in Twenty Questions on Amazon

  19. I also have written a raving review of your writings. The words just tumbled out like jewels from a clay cup. I enjoyed writing it as I also am refreshed in this “hypergrace blessing” that the church so needs. Than you Paul.
    Pastor Lynn Pereira On Fire Fellowship Esparto Ca.

  20. Five star , I wrote a review a while back

  21. I also wrote a review at Amazon about crazy good Hyper truth “Questions” book…looking forward to more “Hyper-good Grace stuff” from Paul. ;-)

  22. I have written a customer review of The Gospel in Twenty Questions on Amazon. :)

  23. bornintime says:

    I just wrote a review for amazon. Actually it was the lowest rating so far. I had a problem with one statement that I’m hoping Paul might comment on after he reads my review.

  24. “I have written a customer review of The Gospel in Twenty Questions on Amazon.”

  25. Well,I d post a review.unfortunatlly,i cannot buy the book D:

  26. George Nettles says:

    I have written a review of The Gospel in 20 Questions on Amazon.

  27. “I have written a customer review of The Gospel in Twenty Questions on Amazon.” 5-Star :)

  28. Andrew Davenport says:

    Hey Paul! Wrote a review on 3/13. I give your books to anyone that will take them! Thanks so much! – Andrew

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