Giveaway: The Royalist (10/3/2015)

This week I have two titles coming out in paperback on the same day from different publishers. Last week I had them fight.You might imagine that dragons and lightning-throwing flying ships made of enchanted glass would have an edge on a grizzled civil war veteran, but as it turned out the dragons lost out in the popularity stakes. So this week I’m giving away Cromwell, pikes and muskets and the unwilling and ever-dour renaissance detective Willian Falkland: The Royalist


You get to choose. Usual deal – comment on this post before Sunday 15th March and I’ll randomly select a lucky victim for a free copy. Been kind of a busy week for non-writing reasons so I don’t have a game to play and am just giving books away. Say hi, say which one you want, and you’re entered. You can read the opening chapter here.

No one has complained (so far) about how long it takes me to get to the post office and post things, but it can take a while and if you live abroad then it can take even longer. Sorry about that, but they do get there eventually. Well, so far. Am currently rather behind with posting things.

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15 Responses to “Giveaway: The Royalist (10/3/2015)”

  1. Claire says:

    I’m struggling to believe that dragons and flying glass ships have lost out in popularity. The world has gone crazy!

  2. MadLogician says:

    My name is MadLogician and I am a bookaholic.

  3. Carole-Ann says:

    Civil war between publishers? Whatever next? And dragons ALWAYS win!

  4. Nial K says:

    Mmm books.

  5. Raymond Just says:

    Would love to have a signed copy, Stephen.

  6. kevin leitner says:

    Hi. Free book please. Thanks!

  7. Linda Boa says:

    Love a good bit of historical fiction!

  8. warren jacobs says:

    count me in!

  9. Mango Heroics says:

    Me too. Me too. If I win I woukd like a signed copy too :)

  10. Ren Kuroya says:

    Good Afternoon Mr. Deas. I would gladly like to hear of a new post in Critical Failures or News if time allows.

  11. Sue Harrison says:

    Have read and enjoyed some Dragons would love to try the Royalist so as to have a balanced stance

  12. Tom says:

    I can’t belive your dragon books lost in popularity, I must read this book if it’s considered better than those

  13. Andreea says:

    Dragons! Yes! Any book is better with dragons. :)

  14. Adam Selby-Martin says:

    I’d love to try The Royalist – sounds fun!

  15. Stephen says:

    The Gods of Random choose Sue. They also note that many of you are starting to look suspiciously familiar…

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