Posted in Giveaways, Poetry

Fandom Scavenger Hunt Giveaway!

Now that The Reluctant Dreamer has released in both ebook and paperback format, I figured it was time to celebrate with a giveaway!

Timothy and I are fandom nerds sometimes. Which means that sometimes we write poems with references to our fandoms. And sometimes we clean those poems up, make the references slightly more obscure, and publish them. There are no less than SIXTEEN fandom inspired poems in The Reluctant Dreamer. And we’re going to give a prize to anyone who can spot them!

The fandoms you’ll be looking for are Fullmetal Alchemist and Rise of the Guardians. There are eight poems for each. If you can guess all eight of either fandom, you’ll win a free ebook pack of all the novels Tim and I have released so far. If you can guess all sixteen, then you’ll get a free paperback copy of The Reluctant Dreamer! (If by some rare case we manage to get more than one person guessing all sixteen, then I’ll send everyone who guesses correctly a copy.)

Once you have your guess, message it to my facebook page, but be careful – there are no second tries! Don’t worry though, everyone gets a free prize out of this just for trying. After all, you need a copy of the book if you’re going to look through it for poems, don’t you? Click the link below to get your free PDF of The Reluctant Dreamer!

Get your free copy here!

Guesses are open until midnight in pacific time on April 10th, so be sure to get them in!



My name is Theodore Ashford, and I'm an author. I've been writing my entire life, though I first started sharing my work with others in 2006. Since then, I've been dedicated to learning as much as I can about the craft, and helping others to do the same. I'm also one of the Municipal Liaisons for the Portland area for National Novel Writing Month, which I've been doing since 2015. It's a whirlwind of fun, and if you haven't tried it yet, you should! In the summer of 2014, I spoke at TEDxYouth@Portland. My topic was "Finding Yourself," and I spoke about my personal journey through homelessness and other hardships, and what I learned about becoming who you're meant to be. Aside from writing, you'll usually find me playing with my cats, drinking tea, or (if I'm feeling ambitious) failing at something I saw that one time on Pinterest. I live with my spouse in Portland, Oregon.

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