Win a signed Advance Reading Copy of R. Scott Bakker's NEUROPATH

Thanks to the folks at Penguin Books, I have three autographed ARCs of Bakker's excellent Neuropath up for grabs. For more info about this title: Canada, Europe. Not only do Advance Reading Copies make incredible prizes, especially for collectors, but you'll also have Scott's autograph!

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

14 commentaires:

Roland said...

I. WANT. THIS!

Well... I do...

Θεοφάνης said...

After hundred of fruitless attempts to win one of these books, it is the time...
This book is mine..
So people do NOT send mails..

Maurice said...

Oh God, I was also gonna post something along the line of the first two...what the hell...there can be only one

Roland said...

Only three, actually...

Maurice said...

Fine, fine, fine. There can be only three. The other guys who post are screwed.

Fanis said...

We are 3 right??
Hey Mr Pat, here are your winners!!

Maurice said...

We can ignore the second poster since I can't prnounce his name anyway ;P

Anonymous said...

Hey Pat, I am been meaning to ask. Is the subject in the email supposed to be "NEUROPATH" or "NEUROPATH."? I am assuming you have an automated process putting these in the correct folder to be chosen, and I dont want to be missing out because you want your blog postings to be punctuated correctly! =)

I am guessing both would be fine, but just wanted to make sure.

-the slow guy

Patrick said...

Slow guy: Either are fine.

To the others: So nice of you to take away the hassle for me to randomly select winners. We should proceed like this all the time!;-)

Maurice said...

I second that

Larry said...

I think one of these days you ought to change it up a bit and make it where people have to videotape themselves doing something akin to "Stupid Human Tricks" in order to win a free book. Tempted? :P

Fanis said...

Just for the records..
The second guy is me... in Greek..
It is pronounced "Theofanis"..
And thinking about it.. I don't remember a single one Greek winner ever.
Well Pat you can just pick randomly the other two!

Roland said...

Imagine one of us here actually winning. That would be so utterly absurd.

Maurice said...

Yeah...but I wouldn't mind :D