Threads will be released on October 8th, a little less than a month from now! And to celebrate the release, I’m holding a virtual party on Facebook as well as giving away a veritable boatload of amazing prizes!

To join the virtual party, please visit and join the event by clicking on the link below:

Join the Facebook Threads release party!

Once you’re there, sign up for the giveaway (mentioned on the pinned post inside the event) to win all sorts of fun prizes, including:

  • $25 Amazon gift card
  • Signed and numbered special edition of Threads trade paperback
  • Signed regular edition of Threads trade paperback
  • threadsbookmarkSigned Small Things trade paperback
  • 3 eBooks of Threads – your choice of format
  • 3 eBook of Small Things – your choice of format
  • Have a minor character in Joe’s next novel named after you
  • 10 Threads and Small Things bookmarks/sticker set
  • 3 copies Megan Early’s Memory of Prophecy eBook (your choice of ePub, Mobi, or PDF)
  • 2 copies Blade of Amber (The Woern Chronicles) Kindle eBook by A.M. Justice
  • Audiobook version of Small Things from Audible
  • 2 copies Mysterious Albion (Vatican Vampire Hunters) eBook by Paul Leone
  • 3 copies Rose Dewallvin’s The Lost Trucker

New prizes are being added almost daily, and you can earn multiple entries for thinks like Tweeting about the event and even just Liking My Facebook page!

Be sure to join the event and the giveaway to be eligible for these amazing prizes!

Join the Facebook Threads release party!

 

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Information, he knew, was the most valuable commodity that existed in the new century. Perhaps it would serve them equally well in 1977. He quickly located the laptop bag and set it on the floor beneath the window sill. Moving to the laptop, he loaded Website Extractor, a research tool capable of autonomously downloading huge amount of data from the Web, and programmed it to find everything it could relating to Carthage circa ‘75 to ‘81.

— Threads, Chapter 12