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A Stitch in Time Paper Novel Giveaway - Nov 20-Dec7

Win a paper copy of Garak actor Andrew J. Robinson's out-of-print novel, A Stitch in Time!

This is the actual book / prize for the giveaway. Very good condition, but it is a used book, as this is out of print.


My Twitter and Instagram ASIT International Giveaway has started with a paper copy of Andrew J. Robinson's out-of-print novel,  A Stitch in Time. This chronicles Garak's origins and post-canon life on Cardassia Prime after the Dominion War - written by the man who played Garak himself!

To enter on Instagram or on Twitter:

1. Follow on Instagram @i_am_orionlodubyal  or Twitter.@orionlodubyal (You may enter on both if you have a Twitter and an Instagram account.)
2. Like and comment a Garak quote from the show or any of the novels, but not reusing a previous quote from the comments (on the #ASITgiveaway thread).
3. Retweet or share in story on Instagram for an additional entry - use #ASITgiveaway. (So, if you share on both Twitter and Instagram, you would then have 4 entries. )

What you need to know:
  • Giveaway ends on Saturday, December 7, 2019 at 11:59pm (CST) 
  • Winner will be chosen at random.
  • This paperback is used, and though it's in very good condition, it is not new.
  • Winning entry must supply physical address to ship book. Will ship worldwide.
  • By entering the drawing, you agree to the terms outlined above.

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