Easy (on the leash)! Leave it! Off (no jumping)! Come! Stay! Those are only some of the commands I often hear from James. Well, here’s a command I not only understand, but I like! And why do I like it? Because it’s almost, but not quite, like me getting a treat. The only thing is — The Treat Is For YOU!!!
Are you ready? Drumroll, please…. Enter the giveaway here!
That’s right. I’m commanding you to: Enter the giveaway here!
You heard me right. James told me about a giveaway that Pankhearst — the publisher of the anthology, America Is Not the World, which has one of his poems — is conducting to promote several of their publications, including the one in which James’ poem appears. Pretty cool, don’t you think?
Oh, and the rules are really simple. Even I could follow them. (I have, only don’t tell anyone – our little secret.)
You have until 30-April at 11:59 PM to enter here.
You can only enter once using the entry form found on the link on the website here.
If there is a tie (not the one I’ve seen James wearing on rare occasion), winners will be chosen at random with all decisions final.
Did I mention that the First Prize is a $50 Amazon gift card, plus copies of all three anthologies Pankhearst released this month (check the website here for names). PLUS — are you listening? — seven other anthologies previously published by Pankhearst. And that is only the First Prize!
There are second and third place prices also. Check out the website here for what those are. I’m too excited to repeat them here. I’ve been jumping around so much my paws are tired (and so are James’ fingers).
Oh, this is exciting news. We hope you’ll check it out and enter the giveaway. We know you won’t regret it, especially if you WIN!
Okay, I’m calming down — a little. No, I’m still not calm enough for a treat. James had them in his hand (when not typing), but I’m much too excited. Okay, maybe I’m calm enough now. Oh yeah. Yummmmmmmmmmm!
James and I want to wish each of you good luck in winning the giveaway. Oh, if I had a tail I’d be chasing it. Oh, oh, time to go outside.
Bye for now – and don’t forget to leave me a message in the comments section. I always like hearing from you, so please feel free to leave a comment on this blog post about this or anything at all.
Until next week,
Sir Oliver of Skygate Farm (you can call me Ollie)
Paw Prints courtesy of www.pawsitivelyloved.com