How To Win Free Conservative Books (Including Signed Copies)

Those of you who follow me on Twitter may have noticed that lately I’ve been giving away books like “Fast And Furious” by Katie Pavlich and “9-9-9: An Army Of Davids” by Herman Cain. I’ve always been a big reader, and I’m excited to be able to give away such awesome books!

This country has never suffered from a lack of intelligence, but I do sometimes worry that our education system is killing our love of learning. In order to do my part to foster a culture of lifelong learning, I am committing to giving away at least 4 conservative books away a month.

Here’s how it works…

I’ll give books to people who follow me on Twitter in exchange for various tasks and answers. If the book is a signed copy the recipient should keep it, if the book is not a signed copy the “winner” should pay it forward (after reading it, of course!) by giving it away on their Twitter account or donating it to a library.

There is no legal demand to pay it forward, but there are also no excuses. The point is to spread the information and ideas in these amazing books, and it can be a great way to reach out to your followers. We ask that people who receive books do the following:

1. Tweet about winning the book

2. Tweetpic a copy of the book when you receive it

3. Thank the person who sent you the book with a tweet and encourage your followers to follow them.

4. Include the #PIFB in your tweets about Pay ItForward Books

5. Give your book away and build your following!

The answers to what ails us can be found in knowledge… let’s start sharing it!

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One Response to How To Win Free Conservative Books (Including Signed Copies)

  1. Shane Robinson says:

    Great idea about Paying It Forward using books! I’m all for it.
    Sign me up.

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