It’s been a bit of a slower start to the year on the blog than I’d intended as I’ve been recovering from my fall on the bus (bruised bones are no fun as it turns out), so I’ve decided to kick things of with a giveaway celebrating the fantastic books that made my ‘10 favourite books of 2022‘ list and my book of the year.
First/Second Prize are open internationally. The Runner-up prize is UK only due to the restrictions on sending ebooks.
To enter, retweet the pinned tweet on my twitter, follow me and comment with which book you’d like to win. If you are in the UK and want to be considered for the runner-up, please put UK after the name of the book.
The Giveaway will close at Midnight on January 31st.
Details of the prizes (and a few alternate options as there were ebook only books, and seqels in the mix) are below.
As A Sorrow Named Joy by Sarah Chorn and Through Dreams so Dark by Angela Boord are only available as ebooks in the UK, these will only be available to the runners-up (UK only) part of the giveaway. If you would like to try either of these amazing authors, you can instead request these below for the main/second prize paperback of your choice.
As there are some sequels in my top ten this year, if you are interested in winning a book by a particular author but haven’t read the first book in those series, you may request the first book instead i.e. Shadow of a Dead God rather than Strange Cargo by Patrick Samphire.
Winner will receive a paperback copy of A Cup of Tea at the Mouth of Hell by Luke Tarzian, and another paperback of your choice from the books above.
Second Prize Winner will win a paperback of your choice from the books above.
UK ONLY (You can enter both giveaways, just add UK after the book of your choice to be included in this part)
Two UK Runner-Ups will receive an ebook of A Sorrow Named Joy by Sarah Chorn and Through Dreams so Dark by Angela Boord*,
*If you own one or either of these, then they may be replaced by an ebook of any of the books above.
May the odds be ever in your favour.