Win a book!


To mark the paperback release of Ratcatcher, I’m offering the opportunity to win one of three copies completely free, as well as three copies of the ebook in whatever format you choose. To enter, just post a comment below, letting me know your preferred format (paperback or ebook). That’s it. No questions to answer, no horrendous catches anywhere.

Bribes and flattery, while always welcome, won’t improve your chances of winning. Nor will threats, of either the “I know where you live” or the “I know what you’ve done” varieties. Closing date is Sunday 11 November at midnight (UK time) and the winners will be chosen at random.

This could be yours…

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15 Comments

  1. Just to clarify, you can win either one of three free paperback copies or one of three ebook copies. The grammar’s a little off in that first sentence. Just thought I’d get in before some of the pedants I know who are lurking out there :-).

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  2. Well put me in for the paperback competition then as I don’t have an ebook reader. And if you’re up this way at all then call in and I’ll do you a decent author’s photo πŸ™‚

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  3. Thanks, Kim – you’re in the running. And fair point about the author’s photo…

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  4. James Wall

     /  November 5, 2012

    Paperback!

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  5. Into the barrel your name goes, James. Thanks for stopping by.

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  6. Anonymous

     /  November 5, 2012

    I have the ebook. How about an audible.com version narrated by the author!

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  7. It’s an interesting thought, anonymous, though I’m not sure my voice would hold out over 80,000 words…

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  8. Donald MacLeod

     /  November 5, 2012

    Kindle- marvellous way to carry books of all kinds

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  9. Okay, Donald, got you on the list.

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  10. Anonymous

     /  November 8, 2012

    Hmmm lets see. Put me in for the Paperback. The Ratcatcher – Interesting title. Are these project rats or regular size rats? #JustAsking

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  11. Hmmm lets see. Put me in for the Paperback. The Ratcatcher – Interesting title. Are these project rats or regular size rats? #JustAsking

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  12. Rell (I’m assuming you’re the afore-posting Anonymous :-)), thanks, into the pot you go, so to speak. The rats are human sized.

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  13. Arsalan

     /  November 11, 2012

    I prefer paperback..

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  14. Throwing my hat into the ring for a paperback!

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  15. Into the ring you go, Arsalan and Jeff, or at least your hats do.

    The contest closes in just under four hours and I’ll announce the winners tomorrow.

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