Publishers Bennett & Hastings were kind enough to provide a copy of Paul Michel’s brand new novel Houdini Pie, to pass on to you, dear reader. This is a tongue-in-cheek story set during the prohibition about bootlegging, baseball and hunting for lost treasure in the middle of Los Angeles. And it’s even based on a true story.
To get your hands on your very own copy, you can take part in this little contest. There are 2 chances to win per person. You can either answer the question below in a comment on this post or tweet your answer and include the hash-tag #houdinipie.
Answer this question for a chance to win a copy of ‘Houdini Pie’:
What was the last thing that inspired you?
Also, check the interview ‘Paul Michel – Writing and Lost Treasure‘.
Participation closes on April 9th and the winner will be drawn randomly on April 10th. The winning comment/tweet will be re-posted here and the winner notified directly. Anyone can participate, local law permitting. If the winner is outside the continental US, he/she must cover shipping costs to have the book delivered. As always, I reserve the right to delete any inappropriate comment, but unless you’re a troll or a spammer you have nothing to worry about.