Wednesday, 2 November 2011

Win a free copy of Andy Conway's book. "The Strikers Fear of the Open Goal"

Win a paperback copy of "The Striker’s Fear of the Open Goal", the new novel all about City’s road to the FA Cup Final and one man’s mission to ‘Get a life. Get the girl. Get to Wembley.’

Written by a BlueVibe regular, you’ll see lots of thinly-disguised Vibers taking part in the action, roaring City on to their first trophy in 35 years (while discussing bread products).

The Striker’s Fear of the Open Goal is a desperate, comic look at how a football team can be the most depressing thing in a man’s life… and the only thing worth living for. It’s now available in paperback on Amazon and Createspace for the best part of a tenner (which is a bargain, by the way).
But we’re giving away 6 (SIX!) copies to the lucky winners who can answer one simple question.
All you have to do is download the free ebook sample off Amazon or Smashwords, read the opening and then tell us:

'After which historic City victory did Ewan first have sex with Moira?' 
Where can you find out the answer?
You can find the first few chapters (and the answer online) via Amazon or Smashwords).

You don’t need to have an actual Kindle to download the ebook sample. You can download the free Kindle Reader app for PC, Mac, iPad, iPhone, Android right here.

This competition is open to all. Paid up Vibe Members and those just popping in from Bluemoon to get themselves a freebie.

DEADLINE: Get your answer to us before kick off v QPR and send it to site@bluevibe.co.uk


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Praise by Man City fans
‘I was in floods of tears with the Cup Final bit.’
‘Very entertaining.’
‘Absolutely mint.’
‘Well worth a read — if only for his comments on Mark Hughes. And on Denise from Mongleton.’

‘Just bought your book on itunes and didn’t draw breath til the final whistle of the semi.’
‘Brilliant. Utterly Brilliant.’




Content Warning: This is NOT a Family Stand book! It’s about hard drinking 'grizzlers' who like their football and swear a lot. It’s also about love and failure and passion and hope. But with swearing. Lots and lots of swearing.

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