In conjunction with the release of BCS author KJ Kabza’s new short fiction collection The Ramshead Algorithm and Other Stories, we’re giving away a signed copy of The Ramshead Algorithm and Other Stories!
KJ’s first story in BCS, “The Leafsmith in Love,” is a charming and engaging love story set in a steampunk arboretum. It’s included in The Ramshead Algorithm and Other Stories, along with other fantasy, SF, gothic fantasy, and more.
The giveaway for the signed copy of The Ramshead Algorithm and Other Stories will take place Thursday Apr. 5 on the BCS Twitter feed @BCSmagazine. It will run from 2 PM EST until 6 PM EST.
To enter, all you need to do is tweet what your favorite relationship story from BCS is. Whether “The Leafsmith in Love” or something else; a relationship story that’s charming or that’s dark, that ends happily or ends not-so-happily; with “relationship story” defined however you choose to define it.
KJ’s stories in The Ramshead Algorithm and Other Stories cover a broad range from charming to dark, happy ending or not, all with compelling characters and resonant emotions. Your answer can be anywhere on a broad range too.
To get you started, here are a few of the many stories from BCS over the years that could be thought of as relationship stories:
“Whatever Knight Comes” by Ryan Row in BCS #226
“The Orangery” by Bonnie Jo Stufflebeam in BCS #214
“A Courtship of Beasts” by Michael Anthony Ashley in BCS #209
“The Stone Garden” by Cae Hawksmoor in BCS #196
“Throwing Stones” by Mishell Baker in BCS #47
“Two Captains” by Gemma Files in BCS #125
“Blood, Stone, Water” by A.J. Fitzwater in BCS #118
“Liaisons Galantes: A Scientific Romance” by David D. Levine in BCS #108
“The Mathematics of Faith” by Jonathan Wood in BCS #26
You must tweet your comment on Twitter. Comments left anywhere else will not enter you in the giveaway.
You must include “@BCSmagazine” in your tweet. (This is so we can find it.)
You must mention the title of a work of short fiction that appeared in BCS. Comments that do not mention the title of a work of short fiction that appeared in BCS will not enter you in the giveaway.
You must tweet your tweet between 2PM Eastern Standard Time and 6PM Eastern Standard Time on Thurs. Apr. 5. Any tweets posted before or after that will not be eligible.
All entries will be entered in a random drawing to win the book.
Each person will be entered only once in the random drawing (even if you post more than one eligible tweet).
You must tweet your tweet from a valid Twitter account (otherwise we won’t be able to contact you if you win).
BCS will conduct the random drawing from all eligible entries. The signed copy of The Ramshead Algorithm and Other Stories will be mailed to the winner.
BCS is not responsible for tweets that get lost or don’t show up under @BCSmagazine, or email addresses that get garbled or otherwise rendered unusable for contacting an entrant.
This promotion is in no way sponsored, endorsed or administered by, or associated with, Facebook or Twitter or anyone else. Participants are providing information to BCS and Firkin Press and not to Facebook or Twitter or anyone else.
If you have any questions, feel free to ask them in this post or via our Contact page. Good luck!