Monday, 5 July 2010

The Weekly Competition Winner’s Post – Evening Edition...

A post that’s a little later than normal but is still just as good at letting you know who won the last week’s round of competitions :o) Thanks to everyone who entered by the way. Every time you enter, you’re doing your little bit to ensure that there will be competitions in the future! The thing is though, as always, there can only be a certain number of winners and those lucky people were...

‘Shades of Night’

Sara Sudbury, Emsworth, UK
Amanda Lewis, Redditch, UK
Carol De Brikasaan, Berwick upon Tweed, UK

‘The Fuller Memorandum’

Mieneke van der Salm, Leiden, The Netherlands
Daniel Franklin, Manchester, UK
Ahktar Niamut, Carshalton, UK

Well done everyone, your books should be on their way to you as we speak!

These competition posts are also fast becoming my way of updating you on what’s going on with me reading-wise. Or at least, they were... Yesterday’s ‘New Year’s Resolutions’ update post made me realise how much fun I’d inadvertently managed to suck out of proceedings (for myself) by trying to enforce some kind of structure on my reading. I’ve now decided to abandon any semblance of order in the Reading Pile and just go with whatever catches my eye. So if there’s any kind of update then it’s that I’m reading and feeling a little more optimistic about getting the buzz back. Stick around and lets see where it all goes...

4 comments:

carolD said...

Thank you very much, Graeme .. i look forward to reading this book, if i can get to it before my daughter does!!

Mieneke said...

Thank you Graeme :D Can't wait to get started on this one!

greatalexanders said...

Thanks Graeme! Just to prove I'm a real person - well, you asked me too! - I'm gonna pimp my review blog :P

Many thanks - guess I'll have to read Jennifer Morgue, too! Any excuse to read Stross is welcome!

Ahktar niamut said...

Thanks graeme for this book. Looking forward to recieve and read this book.