Monday, 28 June 2010

The 'It's Too Damn Hot!' Competition Winner's Post!

And it's due to get even hotter apparently. Woohoo, just in time for me to go to work on the train in the morning...
If you haven't guessed already, I hate the heat and so does the little one who spent most of yesterday trying to get to sleep and not being able to because it was so hot. Roll on autumn and some lovely cool breezes, that's what I say!

Rant over... maybe. While I warm up (pun possibly intended) for another outburst, here are the winners of last week's competitions...



'Swords & Dark Magic'

Callie Barnwell, Raleigh, North Carolina
Eric Kolkmeier, Lewisville, Texas
Amrey Mathurin, Amherst, Massachusetts
Ben O'Connell, Washington, DC
Fred Coughlin, Philadelphia



'Sword of Justice'

Zoltan Gecse, Budapest, Hungary
Julia Garvey, New South Wales, Australia
John McLintock, Glasgow, UK
Colin Shields, Northern Ireland
Zoe Coombes, Leicester, UK

Well done guys, your books will be on their way very soon! Better luck next time everyone else, there will be more competitions to try your hand at...

And it's back to the reading for me. I seem to have mislaid my copy of 'The Anubis Gates' which is a shame as it was turning out to be pretty interesting. I'm working my through 'The Fuller Memorandum' (Charles Stross) instead and it's not too shabby. Look out for a review later this week...

9 comments:

Pit Beagle said...

Fantasic! I have been looking forward to reading this. Thanks, Graeme.

Ben

Callidiscope said...

Yay! The cover is beautiful and I am excited to sample a few new (to me) authors. I'll be eagerly awaiting its arrival. Thanks!!

RaveAir said...

Oh! What a suprise! I'm so excited and very happy about winning this bookg.
Thanks, Graeme!

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Connect4 said...

Sweet! Thanks a lot, I'm looking forward to this!

Fred

colin shields said...

Fantastic! cant wait to get reading it

Eric K said...

Wewt! Thank you!

I've found a lot of great books from reading your site over the last couple of years. Thanks!

John McLintock said...

Yay, I won! I'm looking forward to reading this. It looks like it should provide background useful to my WFRP campaign hopes. :-)

RaveAir said...

I just got the book from the postman.
I'm so excited to reading this book, because a couple of years I was the part of a team which localised the Warhammer: Mark of Chaos game for PC.