Holiday Book Giveaway Winners

Thank you to all those who shared their favourite holiday reads with us. I am especially impressed that each time I hold a giveaway these days, there’s at least one reader who takes the time to share her favourite books with us and doesn’t even want to be entered into the contest because she’s previously won a book. Because that’s the sort of generous, selfless reader who hangs out at this blog. I’d also like to take this opportunity to thank Rockinlibrarian for her tireless efforts in promoting Montmaray and for being the best American Ambassador that Montmaray has ever had. (Okay, she’s the only American Ambassador that Montmaray has ever had, but that just makes her job more challenging, because she has to make it up as she goes along.)

Congratulations to Kim, Elizabeth and Genevieve, who have each won a Vintage Classics edition of A Brief History of Montmaray. To those who missed out this time, keep an eye on The Book Smugglers, because they’ll be giving away a copy of the book soon. (Well, sometime in the next few weeks. I’ll put up a link here when it happens.)

8 thoughts on “Holiday Book Giveaway Winners”

  1. Speaking of gifts and holidays (look at me fail to segue into an off-topic question), is there a Castilian Spanish translation of the Montmaray Journals in the works, by any chance? I think my mom would love the trilogy as much as I did, but she can’t understand English. (Meanwhile, I’ll probably be gifting myself The Rage of Sheep as soon as I have a chance.)

    1. Hi, Lix. Sadly, the Montmaray Journals are only available in English at the moment (although there are a couple of university students currently working on French and Italian translations of the first book as part of their studies). I would love it if there was a Spanish translation of the books, but it needs a Spanish publisher to buy the rights and then translate and publish the books – and that hasn’t happened yet. Sorry. You’re not the first person to ask about this. (Spanish publishers, are you listening to this?)

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