Monday, August 25, 2014

$100 Macy's Gift Card Giveaway

Born and raised on Long Island, Michael Phillip Cash has always had a fascination with horror writing and found footage films. He wanted to incorporate both with his debut novel, Brood X. Earning a degree in English and an MBA, he has worked various jobs before settling into being a full-time author. He currently resides on Long Island with his wife and children.

Michael Phillip Cash wants to know what your favorite book is that he has written and why you like it. To do this he has created a simple entry of only 3 questions to answer. One winner will receive a $100 gift card to Macy's. Wouldn't that be great for the upcoming holiday seasons?

The winner will be hand picked by Michael Cash himself. He is looking for creativity in your answers of why you like a certain book. 

Details:You are allowed to only enter two times and anything beyond that will not count. There is an optional section to share this giveaway on your Facebook page only for an extra entry. This giveaway will end September 8, 2014 and only open to US.  Note again, this is not a random giveaway and creativity is keyEnter below and Good luck!

This giveaway is not endorsed by Macy's, Google, or Facebook. Please scroll to the bottom of the form below to submit your answer.


  1. Giveaways that offer gift cards or cash are my favorite.

  2. will be looking for these on Goodreads, mark them

  3. thanks Michael love your give aways

  4. The Hanging Tree-b/c it picks your interest as to what her future be
    by the past or Arielle's choices

  5. the flip- b/c there has been an article on one of the news stations recently abt house flippers and whether it is worth it and being careful abt buying a house that has been flipped, whether the changes were just cosmetic. so it is sort of true story if you are flipping a house with your spouse, will it survive the work, upgrades, etc when flipping a house....and what lies ahead

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  7. Brood X
    You put a lot of thought into just what an apocalyptic invasion of four-inch cicadas might look, sound, and feel like. Also you thought about what it might feel like to be brought down by the weight of a swarm, to feel them stinging you, and to have their parasitic eggs laid beneath your flesh . . .shivers.
    Brood X is everything I thought it would be - and more - and you are determined to drag us through it, kicking to the very end. A horrific read that will leave you scratching at imagined bugs all night long. And I mean ALL NIGHT LONG!

  8. Thanks for the contest. I started reading Stillwell, today and am already a third of the way done.