Holiday Bookplates and a Book Giveaway
Part I: Each year, I offer free autographed bookplates for anyone who plans on giving one (or more) of my books as presents. This year is no different. If you’ll be tucking goblins or princesses into somebody’s stocking–
Wait, let me rephrase that. If you’re giving goblin or princess books this year, and would like signed bookplates, please contact me. I have different bookplates for the two series, so let me know which books you’re giving, and how many. I can squeeze a name in too, so if you want it autographed to someone, tell me that too.
U.S. residents only, I’m afraid.
Part II: One of the books I received at World Fantasy was The Secret History of Moscow [B&N | Amazon | Mysterious Galaxy] by Ekaterina Sedia. It’s a beautiful book, but I already own a copy. So it’s time for a book giveaway!
You can read my thoughts on the book here. If this sounds like the kind of story you’d enjoy, leave a comment, and I’ll draw a winner in a week or so. (Make sure I have a way to reach you if you win. If you’re on LJ or DW, I can contact you through your user ID.)
No geographic restrictions on this one. Everyone can enter.
Part III: Dang it, I’m going to visions of have stocking-clad goblins stuck in my head all day…
December 5, 2010 @ 12:49 pm
Secret History of Moscow? I’m in!
Jeri Lynn Cornish
December 5, 2010 @ 1:47 pm
I’m also in for the Secret History of Moscow!
December 5, 2010 @ 2:05 pm
Oh, I think I’ll have a stab at the giveaway too, Mr Hines.
I’m going to wish for a princess in my stocking, I think, but I know it won’t happen 🙁
December 5, 2010 @ 2:59 pm
I’m in! (helenabell at gmail)
December 5, 2010 @ 3:45 pm
Now I have stocking clad goblins going through my head. Not exactly sugar plum fairies, you know. Damn you, Hines!
December 6, 2010 @ 10:23 am
I would love to be able to move Secret History of Moscow to the “to read” pile rather than the “to buy” one!
December 7, 2010 @ 6:17 am
Ohhh! Me too, please ^_^ Secret History of Moscow sounds like the perfect book to sway my boyfriend into the realms of folklore and fairytales!
December 8, 2010 @ 3:37 pm
Secret History of Moscow sounds fascinating. Please count me in 🙂
December 12, 2010 @ 10:58 am
Secret History of Moscow is an excellent book! I highly recommend it to everyone.