Win a copy of Daniel Abraham's A BETRAYAL IN WINTER

Hi there!

I have a couple of copies of Daniel Abraham's sequel to A Shadow in Summer, this one titled A Betrayal in Winter, courtesy of the nice folks at Tor Books. For more info about this title: Canada, USA, Europe.

The rules are the same as usual. First off, you need to send an email at reviews@(no-spam)gryphonwood.net with the header "BETRAYAL." Remember to remove the "no spam" thingy.

Second, your email must contain your full mailing address (that's snail mail!), otherwise your message will be deleted.

Lastly, multiple entries will disqualify whoever sends them. And please include your screen name and the message boards that you frequent using it, if you do hang out on a particular MB.

Good luck to all the participants!

P. S. I'm trying to put together an interview with George R.R. Martin, Gardner Dozois, and Daniel Abraham to help promote their upcoming collaboration, Hunter's Run. Stay tuned for that!;-)

7 commentaires:

Robert said...

An interview with all three of them would be pretty cool. I hope that works out. What about a giveaway for "Hunter's Run"? I think that would be cool too :) I'm really looking forward to it...

Patrick said...

It's in the works, have no fear! Plus something special, if everything works out fine.:-)

Robert said...

Sounds good! I'll keep my eyes open :D

GS said...

Does anyone know if this is getting a UK release? It seems to keep moving on the schedule and Amazon.co.uk has no listing.

Daniel said...

It got picked up by Orbit UK. They'll be publishing it, but not until sometime after it comes out in the US.

GS said...

Thanks for that Daniel. I meant to say "A Shadow in Summer" but it's good to know that Orbit are on the case and should be coming up with the goods soon.

Adam Whitehead said...

Orbit are publishing A Shadow in Summer and A Betrayal in Winter in an omnibus edition in October 2007, entitled The Long Price: Volume 1 - Shadow & Betrayal (probably because they think two 300-page books are too short to publish in one volume these days: crazy!).

Or at least that was the plan. The book has vanished from Amazon.co.uk but is still listed in the Orbit 2007 catalogue (see www.orbitbooks.co.uk).