Photo and poster done by Eric (twitter user @Cwluc). Text from first Chapter of IMPULSE by Steven Gould

Let’s go until Friday.

So, I’ve got three Advance Reading Copies and three hardbacks of IMPULSE to give away.  To enter either post in the comments below or Retweet the twitter message linking to this post and containing the hashtag #ImpulseDrawing.  I’ve learned my lesson after shipping a book all the way to Orenburg, Russia (Hi, Tanya!), so I’m afraid this is for North American residences only.

The first three names drawn get the hardbacks. The next three get the ARCs.  I’ll ship to the US, Canada, and Mexico.

To reiterate:

Closes Midnight, Friday January 11th, GMT -7 (Mountain Time).  

North America only.

hashtag #ImpulseDrawing and links to this post. 

i.e. Retweet this tweet PREFERRED


Comment below with good email address (cause I know not everyone does twitter.)






  1. I had no idea Impulse was coming out so soon! Best surprise in a long time! Thanks for running the contest! Guess I’ll start rereading Jumper and Reflex!

  2. I would love a copy, please! The Jumper series is one of my all-time favorites and I can’t wait to read this book.

  3. Can’t wait to read this! Seeing it available on amazon in hardback, but not kindle until the 15th is driving me nuts.

  4. I’ve read the other 3 a few times… can’t wait to dive into this one… too bad the movie wasn’t as good.

  5. Yes! Thanks, Steven. If I don’t win, I hope whoever does will appreciate it as much as I would. Can we get the copy signed too?

  6. Like every one else I can’t wait to read Impulse >,< I actually just finished re-reading jumper and reflex to make sure it was all fresh in my mind when I finally read it.

  7. I can not wait to get this read. you must send me one or I will teleport you into the open vaccum of space!!!!

  8. Hi Mr. Gould,
    I love your writing! I hope you continue as long as you are able to enjoy it. :)

    I’d love an autographed copy of Impulse!


  9. Peter I am confused, if you’ve read the other two jumpers then you know that you can only teleport to a place you have previously been, or you can see your destination and can picture in your mind how it would be in the new destination from other experiences. How Would you have a jump spot in the vacuum of space?

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