Reviews Contest: Win $25—100 Amazon Gift Card

Another happy recreational suicider!

Crypticon is going really well and I’m thrilled with how excited readers are about the Bitter Suites. That makes me excited. Writers write to be read, right?

I’m so excited I think it’s time for a contest. I want to beef up the reviews for this book. I am willing to give away up to $100 of Amazon gift card to one, randomly drawn lucky winner. Here’s how to enter:

Leave a simple, honest review about Bitter Suites on Amazon. Copy and paste the review in the comments section of this post. One winner will be picked at random on August 1, 2018.

I’ll bump up the prize value based on how many reviews are posted. For 5-25 reviews, the prize will be a $25 Amazon gift card. For 26-50 reviews, the prize will be a $50 Amazon gift card. For 51 to 100+ reviews the prize will be a $100 Amazon gift card.

Share this post to help bump up those reviews to the max!

  1. Get a copy of Bitter Suites here.
  2. Leave a review on Amazon.
  3. Copy and paste your review here in the comments.
  4. Wait to see if you win and spend.

About Angela Yuriko Smith

Angela Yuriko Smith's work has been published in several print and online publications, including the “Horror Writers Association's Poetry Showcase” vols. 2-4, “Christmas Lites” vols. 1-6 and the “Where the Stars Rise: Asian Science Fiction and Fantasy” anthology. She has nearly 20 books of speculative fiction and poetry for adults, YAs and children. Her first collection of poetry, “In Favor of Pain,” was nominated for an 2017 Elgin Award.
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21 Responses to Reviews Contest: Win $25—100 Amazon Gift Card

  1. Robin W. says:

    Angela invites a reader into a strange world where controlled death and resuscitation give characters a fresh outlook on life. As the stories progress we learn how human nature can complicate this controlled death experience. in spite of the dark subject matter, Bitter Suites is a fun and fast read full of complex and dynamic characters. I’m ready for the sequel! I received a copy directly from the author for review purposes.

  2. Lady L says:

    After reading this novel I’m eager to pack my change of clothing and check myself in to the Bitter Suites! Wonderfully written and uniquely conceptual! Cliche, I know, but though I tried my best to pace myself I was compelled to read it all in one setting and now I’m on pins and needles waiting for the sequel! I received a digital copy directly from the author for review purposes.

  3. CafeMama says:

    This book will definitely make you think about what you value in your life. Sometimes creepy, sometimes touching, sometimes funny, always thought provoking.

  4. Mary Ann B says:

    5 Stars! Welcome to the future where renewable death is all the rage! “Bitter Suites” is a one of a kind collection of horror stories filled with humor and pathos. Give it a read. Could this be what our future holds?

  5. Anonymous says:

    I liked it.

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  19. Bec Sherman says:

    Such a unique concept, renewable death. Bitter Suites was a short story that focused on customers of the hotel that specialises in recreational suicide. Customers choose their death of choice and were swiftly bought back to life. Each chapter built on the one before, but I also feel they could be read as 10 individual stories. It was completely different to anything I have read before. Can’t wait for the second book.

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