The Australian and North American publication dates for The FitzOsbornes at War have been announced, so to celebrate, I’m giving away some audiobooks and signed paperbacks of the first book in the series, A Brief History of Montmaray. I realise that most regular readers of this blog have already read it – but perhaps you borrowed it from the library and would like your very own signed copy? Perhaps you have a long car trip planned for the upcoming holidays, and would love to spend eight and a half hours listening to the book being read by Emma Bering? (And she does a brilliant job of reading it with all the different voices and accents, I must say.) Or perhaps you’d like to pass the book or audiobook on to a friend? Of course, people who aren’t regular readers of this blog are very welcome to enter, too.
If you’re one of the three winners, you can choose either a signed copy of the North American paperback edition (pictured above) or the North American audiobook (on seven compact discs). All you need to do is leave a comment below, telling us the title of a book that you’ve enjoyed and would recommend to other readers.
Here are the conditions of entry:
1. You can talk about any kind of book you’ve enjoyed – young adult, children’s, fiction, non-fiction. There are no wrong answers! Just write a line or two (or more, if you’d like) saying why you recommend the book to other readers.
2. This is an international giveaway. Anyone can enter.
3. Make sure the e-mail address you enter on the comment form is a valid one, so I can contact you if you win (no one will be able to see your e-mail address except me, and I won’t show it to anyone else). Please don’t include your real residential or postal address anywhere in the comment.
4. The three winners will be chosen at random, unless there are three or fewer comments – in which case, it won’t be random and all will have prizes.
5. Entries close on the 4th of December, 2011. The winners will be e-mailed then, and I will send off the winners’ books or audiobooks as soon as possible after that.