Tuesday, November 25, 2008

Linkage

I have been so bad lately about linking up to other giveaways, but I was reminded when I saw a post at Graeme's Fantasy Book Review that I had planned on linking to his contest. So let's link his-- and a few others. Graeme has one copy of 'Prince of Stories: The Many Worlds of Neil Gaiman' (Hank Wagner, Christopher Golden and Stephen R. Bissette) and TWO sets of Charles Stross' Merchant Prince series. The Gaiman giveaway is open in the U.S. only and the Stross giveaway is open only in the U.K. Contest ends Saturday November 29th. As always, Fantasy Book Critic has tons of giveaways up. He has an advance copy of "Lamentation" by Ken Scholes, TWO sets of M.J. Rose's books, “The Reincarnationist” and “The Memorist," SIX sets of the "Night Angel Trilogy" by Brent Weeks, and TWO sets of the "Prince of Nothing" trilogy by R. Scott Bakker. Pat's Fantasy Hotlist has two advance reading copies of "Busted Flush: A Wild Cards Novel" that he's giving away with posters that feature the cover art. He also has a copy of Dan Simmon's "Muse of Fire." Just scroll down the page for the contests. Sci-fi Chick has some great giveaways going on too. First she has a Star Trek messenger bag-- with a link to a contest for a laptop computer (sign me up!), a copy of Alex Archer's "Rogue Angel: Swordman's Legacy," a copy of "Princeps Fury" by Jim Butcher and a copy of the short story compilation "Better off Undead" (the same one I have in my short story contest). Just look on her right sidebar to find all the contests. Eos Books has got 5 signed sets of Vicki Pettersson's "Sign of the Zodiac" series left. Hurry up and get your name in. For those of you who like YA fiction, The Book Connection has two copies of "Sam's Quest for the Crimson Crystal" up for grabs. That's all I have for right now. Any new one's pop up and I'll mark this post "updated" to let you know I've added new links.

5 comments:

T.D. Newton said...

Woo hoo! Thanks for collating them all!

SQT said...

You're welcome. Thanks for stopping by.

SciFiGuy said...

Oh opportunities to win goodies. Love that. Thanks for the list!

Graeme Flory said...

Thanks for the linkage! :o)

Mark Gladding said...

eBooks Just Published is running a Hal Spacejock competition where one reader can win signed copies of the entire 4-book print series.