Listen up, folks. We are on the cusp of a milestone, a breakthrough in BSU English history. With just fifteen more Twitter followers and forty-four Facebook likes, we will have reached 1,000 BSU English supporters across our social media platforms, but we need your help. If you have a Twitter, find us and follow. If you’re on Facebook, like our page. We promise we won’t bite!
You might be asking, what’s in it for you?
What a silly question! You’ll get updates on department happenings, reminders of recently published blog posts, descriptions of upcoming courses, and an inside look into what your fellow English majors are up to!
But if that’s not enough of a reason, maybe this is: if you follow us or like our page, we’ll enter you into a drawing for several different prize packs, which will include:
-signed copies of the following books:
-The Glacier’s Wake by Katy Didden
-Drinking From a Bitter Cup by Angela Jackson-Brown
-Circus in Winter by Cathy Day
-Darkroom: A Family Exposure by Jill Christman
-Fog Gorgeous Stag by Sean Lovelace
-Building Their Own Waldos by Bob Habich
-Dirty Bomb by Mark Neely
-Strategies for Writing Center Research by Jackie Grutsch-McKinney
-The Creation of Narrative in Tabletop Role-Playing Games by Jennifer Grouling
-Stomping Ground edited by Lyn Jones
-Monday Coffee and Other Stories edited by Lyn Jones and Liz Whiteacre
-TINA by Pete Davis
-gift certificates to various local businesses, which include:
-a picture frame
If those incentives don’t send you on a clicking frenzy, maybe these will: if you follow us or like our page, we’ll give your blog or website a shout out! And, for some more immediate gratification, our graphic designers can also photoshop your lovely faces onto a famous book cover.
And for those of you already following us, don’t fret.
All you need to do is refer a friend! Once they like our Facebook page or follow us on Twitter, all they need to do is send us a message with your name, and we’ll enter both of you into the drawing.
And, of course, we’d greatly appreciate if you could use our hashtag (both #1000for2016 and #bsuenglish) so that we can continue to grow!