I realise many US readers will have a lot on their plate at the moment, but anyone seeking a distraction might want to know that the paperback edition of The Wolf’s Call – Book One of the Raven’s Blade – is now available in the US and Canada.
I’d normally do a paperback giveaway at this point but COVID chaos means I haven’t received my author copies yet. I hope to run a Wolf’s Call paperback giveaway closer to the release for The Black Song – Book Two of the Raven’s Blade, so watch out for that.
The Wolf’s Call – Book I of The Raven’s Blade – is released in eight days. To mark the occasion I’m holding a giveaway for existing subscribers to my mailing list and anyone who subscribes between now and midnight GMT July 21st.
1 first place winner will receive their choice of either a UK or US hardcover edition of The Wolf’s Call and a drawing of a wolf by my own fair hand (see below) signed and inscribed with your favourite quote from any of my books.
4 second place winners will receive their choice of either a UK or US hardcover edition of The Wolf’s Call.
5 third place winners will receive a UK trade paperback The Wolf’s Call.
All books will be signed, lined and dated (with a personalised dedication if requested). Winners will be chosen at random and notified on July 22nd. Be sure to check your spam folders on the 22nd to make sure you haven’t missed out on a prize.
Thanks to those nice people at Subterranean Press I have three signed Advance Review Copies of my novella A Pilgrimage of Swords to give away to mailing list subscribers. If you’re not already a subscriber please sign up here by midnight GMT on April 20th to have a chance of winning. Winners will be chosen and notified on April 21st.
Any book reviewers/bloggers/book-tubers who would like a copy please get in touch via the contact page and I’ll ask Subterranean to send you one.
Congratulations to fellow fantasist Bradley P. Beaulieu on the upcoming release of his new novel Twelve Kings in Sharakhai, out in September from Ace/Roc. Bradley tells me that US based readers who pre-order a physical copy of the book will have a chance to win print editions of the complete Raven’s Shadow trilogy and the first three books in Django Wexler’s excellent Shadow Campaigns series (check out my review of the first volume, The Thousand Names). Anyone who pre-orders Twelve Kings in Sharakhai will also receive DRM-free ebooks of Bradley’s novel Irindai and the highly acclaimed The Winds of Khalakovo. Check out Bradley’s website for full details.