Happy weekend everyone! I'm hoping that this one won't be as hectic as last weekend, that would be really nice...
To kick off two glorious days of doing precisely nothing I thought I'd run a couple of giveaways past you and see what you think... ;o)
'Prince of Stories: The Many Worlds of Neil Gaiman' (Hank Wagner, Christopher Golden and Stephen R. Bissette)
If you're a Neil Gaiman fan then I reckon you'll love this. In the words of Amazon...
"...complete with hours of exclusive interviews with Gaiman and conversations with his collaborators, as well as wonderful nuggets of his work such as rare articles and never-before-published essays, "Prince of Stories" chronicles the history and impact of the complete works of Neil Gaiman in film, fiction, comic books, and beyond. Every tale and character is covered, including Gaiman's comments and thoughts, and the authors present loads of rare comics stories (fully reproduced), book covers, photographs, and related trivia and minutiae..."
Thanks to the good people at St. Martin's Press I have one copy to give away (but only to US residents...)
Charles Stross' 'Merchant Princes' series.
When I reviewed 'The Clan Corporate', the other day, I said that I thought that this is a series where you really need to be in right at the beginning in order to get the most out of what's going on. Would you like to be in right at the beginning of the series so far? Thanks to Tor UK, I have two packs (containing 'The Family Trade', 'The Hidden Family' and 'The Clan Corporate') to give away to people who fancy giving this series a try. This one is only open to UK residents though...
Do either of these competitions take your fancy? If they do then drop me an email telling me which competition you're entering, who you are and what your mailing address is (very important, if you don't tell me where your address then I can't send you anything if you win...)
I'll let these competitions run until next Saturday night (29th of November) and announce the winners on the Sunday.
PS... If you're a non US or UK resident then you've probably been wondering why America and the UK have been getting all the giveaway action just recently. I'm at the mercy of where the publishers are able to send the books that I want to run competitions on and 'US/UK only' is the way that the dice seem have fallen these last few weeks... I haven't forgotten you though and am working to come up with giveaways that you can take part in as well! ;o)