Monday, 27 April 2009

Competition Winners and Related Stuff...

This one is going to be a little longer than normal so stick with me... :o)

If you were a UK winner for last weeks 'Foundling'/'Lamplighter competition then you're probably wondering why you only received one book instead of the two promised. I'm wondering that too and I've sent an email to the publisher to find out what happened there. I'll let you know what's going on as soon as I find out.

I had some books left over from the 'Shadow of the Scorpion' and 'Born Queen' competitions the other week, these lucky folks managed to get their hands on them...

'Shadow of the Scorpion'

Richard Hayden, Rye, East Sussex, UK

'The Born Queen'

Nazma Bhaijee, Forest Gate, London
James Yarker, London

Well done guys, your books should be with you very soon!

And now for more competition winners! Last week saw competitions for Nate Kenyon's 'The Bone Factory' and Graham McNeill's 'The Killing Ground' and 'Courage and Honour'. The lucky winners are...

'The Bone Factory'

Indigo Ravenwood, Endicott, New York
Alec Coquin, New York
Selinda McCumbers, Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio
Mishel Zabala, Virginia Beach, Virginia

'The Killing Ground'/ 'Courage and Honour'

Barry Forshaw, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK
Arief Zainal, Shiga Prefecture, Japan
Peter Stoakes, Victoria, Australia
Tommy Erhardtsen, Denmark
Cédric Billette, Gatineau, Canada

Your books are all on their way, happy reading!


Arief Zainal said...

Hi Graeme,

thank you for the book.

Can't wait for it to arrive :D

Sabathius said...

Many thanks, Graeme. Looking forward to reading the Asher book on my holiday next month. Keep up the excellent work.

Tommy said...

Yeah i won...

Thanks a lot Graeme. I really looking forward to reading the book.

Naz said...

Thanks Greame, looking forward to receiving the book.

Keep up the good work!

lone pilgrim said...

Whoo Hoo!

I've been reading your blog for some time now but this is the first time I've entered a competition. I'll read both Courage and Honour and The Killing Ground and post reviews on my own blog.

Cheers Graeme.

Jonathan said...

Thanks for the Asher!

Indigo said...

Wonderful news for a Monday! Thanks again! I look forward to reading "The Bone Factory". Horror is and will always be my first love for reading material. Indigo

Anonymous said...

Great! Thanks for the books, I'll be able to read the continuing adventures of Uriel and Pasanius.


Pete said...

Cheers Graeme,
As a big fan of Warhammer 40k I'm looking forward to reading the books.
Thanks again.

Mishel said...

Thank you so much Graeme. I look forward to reading it 8)

James said...

Thanks Graeme!
I have enjoyed the first three in Greg Keyes series so I'm looking forward to this one.

bloggeratf said...

Hmm never got my book...

Graeme Flory said...

bloggeratf - I've lost your original email so I can't remember what you entered to win. Was it 'The Bone Factory'? If so, that's not out yet and you might have to wait a couple more weeks. Drop me an email and I'll get it sorted...