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Thunderclap – please will you help?

I’ve got a new book coming out in a few weeks’ time, called Grand Adventures.

One of the challenges for authors (apart from trying to write a good book) is getting people to hear about a book. It’s particularly tricky in this age of constant online ‘noise’. A Thunderclap is a way to be heard above the noise.

The idea is simple: if I can gather 100 people to my Thunderclap, then at a set moment all those people will automatically put out a short Tweet and Facebook message saying,

“The wait is over! Get your copy of Grand Adventures by my friend Alastair Humphreys here: http://amzn.to/20IMYDt”

If you’re willing to do me a favour by signing up for my Thunderclap, I’d be very grateful. All that you have to do is click here and then choose whether to support it on Facebook or Twitter (hopefully both!). It should take less than 20 seconds to do and I’d be very grateful. Thank you!

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