Thursday, November 20, 2008

Giveaway! Short Story Collection Part 4!

Oh how I love giving away short stories! These always seem to be my most popular contests so it's great when I get a decent stash of short story compilations to pass on. This contest includes: Witch High; Move over Hogwarts... High school is different for everyone. For some, it’s a time to shine, and for others, a time to survive. Then there are the students who attend those special schools for the gifted. But what if there was a school that catered to those rarest of students—those who can do magic? These fourteen tales explore the challenges that students of the magical arts may face in a high school of their very own. If you think chemistry is tough, try alchemy. If you ever fell victim to a school bully, how would you deal with a bully gifted with powerful magic? And if you needed more time to study, what spell could give you all the time you desired? These are just a few of the magical adventures that will await you when you enter Salem Township Public High School #4— otherwise known as Witch High... Better Off Undead; Eighteen original stories about the “lives” of the undead From vampires to mummy con artists, this lively collection explores the many forms the undead can take in stories that range from the chilling to the hysterical. There are those who people the Afterlife, others who wander the lands of the living in ghostly form, and even those who walk about in the flesh. For anyone who’s ever wondered if the grass is greener on the other side of this mortal coil, this collection will provide a wide range of intriguing answers from those who are undead...and loving it! And Moving Targets: And Other Tales of Valdemar; Sixteen original stories-set in Mercedes Lackey's Valdemar universe Includes a new novella by Mercedes Lackey! Today's hottest fantasy authors visit Mercedes Lackey's bestselling world of Valdemar, adding their own special touches to the ancient land where Heralds "Chosen" from all walks of life by magical horse-like Companions patrol their ancient kingdom, dispensing justice, facing adversaries, and protecting their monarch from whatever threatens. Travel with Tanya Huff, Mickey Zucker Reichert, Fiona Patton, Judith Tarr, Rosemary Edghill, and others in these exciting, all-new stories. If you'd like to get your hands on this nice little collection, just leave a comment here or email me at sqt1969(at)gmail(dot)com under the header "Short 4" to enter. I will randomly pick a winner by Friday, December 5th. Please no multiple entries. Make sure I can reach you easily. If I can't reach the winner within 48 hours I will pass the books onto another entrant. Open everywhere. Good luck!

12 comments:

Wilson said...

Great selection of short stories! I'm interested in the Better Off Undead collection, sounds like a good read hehe :D

furiousBall said...

The Better Of Undead book sounds cool - I'm In!

Asara Dragoness said...

Yes please Mercedes Lackey!!! <3

p.s. Hi SQT! :)

Charles Gramlich said...

I throw my hat into the ring. All three sound delightful, although I haven't read much of Mercedes lackey's books. I've met her so I should have.

Melinda said...

Sounds like a great collection! Count me in.

(Btw I'm halfway Agent to the Stars, and loving it so far!)

Faith said...

This looks great-Moving Targets sounds like it should be good

Wilson said...

Hey SQT,

Thanks for dropping by my blog :) I've always liked your blog with your personal take on sci-fi and fantasy in general (it's one of the first blogs i check out every morning on my rss feed :D).

Keep up the great work :)

Steve Malley said...

I remember when the Undead wanted to be called Living Disabled.

Now I hear they've changed it again.

We're supposed to call them the Differently Animate.

SQT said...

Wilson

That does look good, doesn't it? And thanks for the kind words about my blog.

Asara

Good to see you again. :)

FB

If I was going to keep any of these, that's the one I'd pick,

Charles

You should definitely read some of Lackey's work. She's written a lot of good books.

Melinda

I'm glad you're enjoying Agent-- it's such a fun book.

Faith

They all look good don't they?

Steve

I detect a zombie theme going on...

Virginia Lady said...

They all look cool. Count me in!

Brierley said...

They all look great :)

blackroze37 said...

would love to read this