Friday, February 24, 2012

Win a Copy of The Case of the Missing Moon Rocks

UPDATE: Err won and should be contacted shortly.



New nonfiction from The Atavist:

Joseph Gutheinz is on a mission to save the moon. Decades ago, astronauts brought back 850 pounds of rocks from their lunar journeys; the U.S. gave some away as “goodwill” gifts to the world’s nations. Over time, many of them disappeared, stolen or lost in the aftermath of political turmoil, and offered for millions on the black market. Gutheinz, first as a NASA investigator and then the leader of a ragtag group of students, has dedicated his life to getting them back. Author Joe Kloc tells a wild story of geopolitics, crime, science, and one man’s obsession to keep the moon out of the wrong hands.
The Case of the Missing Moon Rocks is available from The Atavist for Kindle, iPad/iPhone, Nook, and iBooks.

I have one digital copy to give away. For a chance to win, simply comment on this post and include your email so I can contact you if you win. One comment per person, and this contest is open worldwide. I'll pick a winner next week.

20 comments:

  1. this sounds like a fascinating story. It's a shame treasures like this get lost.
    paulescalera at gmail dot com

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  2. I'd love a copy—working my way through "Packing for Mars" right now.

    miller.blair@gmail.com

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  3. Um, is it just me or does it appear the astronaut in the foreground is taking some time away from moon walking to play with his schwantz?

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  4. Moon rocks rock! markyarm [at] gmail [dot] com

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  5. Sounds awesome!! Your blog is how I keep in touch with my geek side :) (wenselrobins@gmail.com)

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  6. I totally miss those moon rocks. rettker@yahoo.com

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  7. Horrible use of the Gorey font on the cover.

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  8. This sounds like an awesome read. Thanks!

    rsklinge (at) yahoo (dotcom)

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  9. I'd love to write a funny comment but I'm italian and my english is not very good. :)

    Thanks for the contest, and for the blog.

    jacopocolo(at)gmail.com

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  10. Hopefully, The case of Nasa be gone will not be in the future.

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  11. This Blog Rocks!!!!
    drunk.wasabi.kid@gmail.com

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  12. Does this mean I have to give back the moon rock I bought for $5.99 at Coney Island.

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  13. Sounds weird. Truly weird. Have you actually read this? Is it any good?

    really_rather_not_nice@hotmail.com

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  14. SPAAAAAAAACE

    helloleahmclean@gmail.com

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  15. Very interesting plot. Here's hoping I win.

    kurifurisan@gmail.com

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  16. i forgot to put my email lol
    white_lilyph@yahoo.com

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  17. Seeing as how I’ll probably buy it, I may as well try to win it.

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  18. I ain't never won nothing before.

    rodduranperez@yahoo.com

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  19. Thank you! Can't wait to get started on this!

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