Book Notes: Interview with Donald Miller, Part 2

As I mentioned yesterday, this month we start shipping Donald Miller’s new book, A Million Miles in a Thousand Years. It hasn’t even started shipping yet, but yesterday it was #2,900 on Amazon. Right now, it is #1,270! In a minute I will tell you how to get a copy free.

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If you didn’t read my first post or watch part one of my interview with Don, you might want to do that first. It will give you the background and context for this second installment in the series.

Yesterday, I announced that we would give away 250 copies of the book to our Book Review Bloggers. They were snatched up within 15 minutes of my announcement! Given the pre-launch buzz on this book, I think it is going to be huge.

Regardless, you can still get a free copy of the book. Here’s how:

  1. Leave a comment on this post below. Tell me why you want this book. Be creative.
  2. Enter your shipping information in the special form I have set up for this book. Do NOT leave your address in the comment itself.

On Thursday, I will select 100 people, based solely on my arbitrary and subjective evaluation of their comments. If you are one of those selected, I will notify you via email. If you don’t hear from me, you can assume you didn’t make the cut.

By the way, you can find the official book Web site here, along with Don’s tour schedule. Believe it or not, he will be traveling to 60 cities this fall to promote this book. Chances are, he is coming to a city near you!

I will post part three of this interview tomorrow.

Update: We have now given away all of our free copies. However, you will be able to pick up a copy of the book from your favorite bookseller soon. It is shipping to stores now.

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