Saturday, December 20, 2008

Saturday Book Give Away

Today we've got The Mammoth Book of Vampire Romance edited by Trisha Telep and Timebomb by Gerald Seymour to give away.

The Rules:

Choose ONE book only (this is not an either/or competition) pop your preferred title in the subject line and email us at myfavouritebooksatblogspot(@)googlemail.com. If you've won, we'll contact you back and ask you for your postal address.

UK entrants only.

Duplicate entries will be disqualified.

Entries with no subject line will be deleted/seen as spam.

The competition will run on till 1st January 2009. This means that even if you don't enter this on Saturday, 20thDecember you have time to do so for the rest of the month, till 1st January 09.



About The Mammoth Book of Vampire Romance: Trisha Telep works in London as bookseller at Murder One. When she is not enacting the murderous crime novels MO sells, or making kissing noises to explain to non-English speaking tourists that MO specialises in crime novels and romance, Trisha is an editor who works her butt off to promote some startlingly good talent. TMBOVM has works in by the creme de la creme of urban fantasy writers: Karen Chance, Keri Arthur, Lilith Saintcrow, CT Adams, Vicki Petterson and Suzanne Sizemore, amongst others. Keep an eye out for an announcement in the new year about Trisha's newest Mammoth Book.


About Gerald Seymour's Time Bomb: Dismissed from a top secret Soviet nuclear base in the last days of communism, a KGB major steals a suitcase bomb and buries it in his backyard. Sixteen years later he's going to sell it, to the highest bidder.

The only man standing between the world and Armageddon, is an undercover police officer who has infiltrated the criminal gang acting as middlemen, and an MI6 team trailing him across Europe.

Personally I love Gerald Seymour's books. His works are always topical and how he manages to stay ontop of current developments and keep the punishing pace throughout them, is beyond me.

Good Luck!

2 comments:

Leatherdykeuk said...

woo-hoo!

ediFanoB said...

Good start.

Just told my wife about
The Mammoth Book of Vampire Romance
because she likes this kind of stuff.

Good look to all participants!