Book Giveaway: Dragons Again (19/7/2012)

Lord of Slaughter didn’t go down as well as I thought it would either, but I guess Rivers of London made up for that…  Any, more of my own books to give away now:  another pair of The King of the Crags and The Order of the Scales as one lot (again). That’s the UK editions and I will sign and line them if you want. Perfect for anyone who got The Adamantine Palace[1] but never got around to the others, and yes, I still have several more lots to give away because I need to clear space for when the new covers come out. You haven’t seen the new covers? Go see the new covers.

As a reminder, by the way, here are the old ones. Usual story – leave a comment on this posts if you’re interested in two free books and the gods of random will make their choice come the weekend. Also also, have I mentioned the new covers?

Yes, I realise that if you came and looked last time around then you have, you commented, and really, you’re not about to look yet again. From those who are becoming regulars, comments along the lines of yes, yes, just gimme the goddamn books already will be received in a spirit of tolerance…

Also see, look, a new review: Blood and fire. A must for dragon lovers everywhere. Antipodean SF reviews The Order of the Scales.

ORDER OF THE SCALES draft coverKing of the Crags - Draft cover

If anyone was following my MOPNOWRIMO projects earlier in the year, the one I did in February has been delivered and the one I did in May, which I still distinctly remember sucking like a Dyson[2], is well into its second re-drafting and still turns out not to be so bad at all. Although I say that having not actually written the ending yet. You know that thing where you should always push on to the very end before you rewrite? <hangs head in shame>. I will do it tonight. I will try.

[1] To be clear: The books I’m giving away this time are parts two and three of a trilogy. The Adamantine Palace is part one.

[2] Previous attempts at eliciting Dyson spam yielded nothing AT ALL. Still getting tutus.


16 Responses to “Book Giveaway: Dragons Again (19/7/2012)”

  1. Raymond Just says:

    Thanks Stephen, love these books, and am excited for your two new novels coming out later this year.

  2. chelcie samuel shell says:

    truly enjoy your writing

  3. Lea says:

    I’d be up for having one, I really like your books!

  4. Iangr says:

    Just before I’m off for my vacations – wish me luck!

  5. Andrea Butler says:

    I would love these! Need something interesting to read while this new baby refuses to sleep at night!

  6. Michael says:

    Just read your book the thief takers apprentice, and whilst waiting to pick up a copy of the warlocks shadow, would love to read some of your other material!

  7. Paul Weimer (@princejvstin) says:

    May the Gods of Random favor me!

  8. Kris says:

    Would really really love to get these! Thanks so much!

  9. Maggie Lloyd says:

    Read the Warlock’s Shadow earlier this yearand am looking forward to your new books later in the year. Woul love to get my hands on copies!

  10. Io says:

    I love finding new authors – count me in :-)

  11. Matt says:

    Never could say no to a freebie ;)

  12. Leanne says:

    Count me in :)

  13. Henry Eggleton says:

    Always interested in a good read

  14. Pev Gattei says:

    Yes please

  15. Mark Stavnicky says:

    I just started reading The Adamantine Palace and it’s great. I’d love the other two, and autographed would be a bonus. :)

  16. Doug Sturtevant says:

    Possibly too late to enter, but I thought I’d give it a shot. :)

    I have the Adamantine Palace – but neither of these lovely books, and they would look so lovely on the shelf.

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