Here are the winners of April’s Weird Questions. All the people on this list have won a digital copy of John L. Monk’s awesome “Quantum Leap meets Dexter” Dark Fantasy novel Kick.
If your name is on the below list, please email me at pt @ pthylton.com and provide me with the email address that is attached to your Amazon account. I will then gift you the book.
On to the winners!
Teleportation – Damacloed for his comment:
“Central London and the west coast of India. I like working and hanging out in a vibrant city with a bit of history and culture, but I’d need a bolt-hole to wind down. Nowhere better than Goa/Kerala for great weather, a slower pace of life, fantastic beaches and amazing food. ”
One Song to Save Humanity – Brijwhiz for his comment:
“I would go with the ninth symphony. even if they do not like it I can hear it one last time before death 🙂 that or My Favourite Things by John Coltrane.”
Super Google It – Steve E. for his comment:
“Definitely the modern edition, no contest. The real question is would I use it to help the world or help myself. I’m thinking I first use it almost strictly for personal gain with the plan to become a Bruce Wayne-Batman type figure and stop dastardly deeds before they happen.
But would wielding such power corrupt myself into becoming a super villain myself?”
Forced to Live in an 80s Sitcom – Pipes for his comment:
“Definitely Mr. Belvedere….despite my fascination with being a butler, rocking in that world would be so much better then the crazy cousins even if they do live in Chicago! ”
Congrats to the winners!
If you didn’t win, you can still check out the first 15 pages of Kick abolutely free here. It is currently a Quarter Finalist for the Amazon Breakthrough Novel Award. If you do check it out, be sure to leave a review.
Weird Question news!
I am taking May and June off from posting Weird Questions. I am currently in the midst of writing the first draft of A Place Without Shadows, the sequel to Regulation 19. Believe it or not, writing these Weird Questions drains a bit of my creative energy , and I need to put all my mojo toward writing the novel. Writing the Weird Questions is a fun distraction during the revision and editing phases though, so I hope to be back with more Weird Questions and more chances to win another great indie book in July.