Congratulations to the winners of the last giveaway, Andrea H and Adam B. Shaeffer! Andrea got in touch with me, but I haven’t heard from Adam yet, so if you’re reading this Adam, please check your twitter DMs.
This week’s giveaway is The Best of All Possible Worlds (hardback)
plus another Jo Fletcher title:
A Book of Horrors, by Stephen Jones (editor) and Les Edwards (illustrator) (paperback, signed by both editor and illustrator).
Many of us grew up on The Pan Book of Horror Stories and its later incarnations. For the first time in a decade or more, there’s a successor: A Book of Horrors features brand-new, never-before-published stories by the international Grand Master of horror Stephen King, John Ajvide Linqvist, author of the cult hit Let the Right One In, award-winning playwright Robert Shearman, Sunday Times bestseller Michael Marshall Smith and many others.
One word of warning: be sure to read this collection with the lights on!
To enter the competition, comment on this post. This time, I want you to tell me which Jo Fletcher Books or Quercus authors you have read (or are planning to read) who are neither American nor British. No, I don’t count. Tell me the author’s nationality as well, please!
If you wish, add your twitter name, tumblr or blog url. Next Wednesday night (around 8pm GMT-4), I’ll randomly choose a winner from the comments. I’ll announce the name in my new Thursday Giveaway post. The books will be sent directly from Jo Fletcher Books in London, so if you win I will need your address to pass on to them.
5 thoughts on “The Best of All Possible Worlds and A Book of Horrors”
I am planning to read The Immortals of Meluha by Amish Tripathi (Indian) from Jo Fletcher.
That was a tough question! I usually don’t look up where the author is from 🙂
Ian McDonald: Wiki does list his nationality as Scottish/Irish, tenuous?
The Dervish House
I’d like to read Irenicon by Aidan Harte, love some epic.
I’d like to read the Swords of Good Men by Snorri Kristjansson, who is from Iceland
I have read the Girl with the Dragon Tattoo by Stieg Larsson (who is Swedish, I believe). I reviewed it here: http://www.goodreads.com/review/show/111114826
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