Witch Week Day Three: Giveaway Day

Posted November 2, 2016 by Lory in giveaways / 16 Comments

WITCH WEEK 2016-200

What would Witch Week be without a great giveaway? This year, I have two fabulous sets of books that you can enter to win, all in keeping with the Made in America theme. And one giveaway is international – so read on!

US entrants can win three gorgeous hardcovers from some of the most exciting new voices in American fantasy and science fiction: Roses and Rot by Kat Howard, a variation on Tam Lin set in a New Hampshire artists’ colony; All the Birds in the Sky by Charlie Jane Anders, in which a scientific genius and a magical prodigy get together in San Francisco to save the world; and Radiance by Catherynne M. Valente, an alternate-history space-opera mystery that takes us from Hollywood to the moon, and beyond.

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And everyone, regardless of location, can enter to win a set of three e-books from the sublimely quirky New England publisher Small Beer Press: Stranger Things Happen by the modern queen of weird stories, Kelly Link; The Fires Beneath the Sea by Lydia Millet, first in a trilogy of Cape Cod environmental fantasies; and Couch by Benjamin Parzybok, about a magical piece of furniture in Portland, Oregon (where else?) These e-books are DRM-free, and will be sent in your choice of EPUB or MOBI format.

 

Use the two separate Rafflecopter widgets below to enter. You can enter either or both, as determined by your geographical location. Good luck!

For the Witch Week schedule and linkup, see the Master Post.

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16 responses to “Witch Week Day Three: Giveaway Day

  1. I love Tam Lin variations. In the kind of crossover that doesn’t happen that often in my life, I’ve been learning Celtic fiddle tunes, and one of them is a old reel called Tam Lin.

  2. Thanks so much for the opportunity to win! My favorite fantasy author is probably George RR Martin since I have read and enjoyed all the SOIAF books so far. But I think I should also include Marissa Meyer because I think the YA sereis, The Lunar Chronicles (at least the 1st three that I have read) were a lot of fun to read.

  3. My favorite AMERICAN fantasy author? Here was me all ready to go with Diana Wynne Jones as an answer and then you foiled me! :p Maggie Stiefvater has to be one of my favorites, but she can’t be my most favorite given how many of her earlier books I don’t care about at all. Hmmmmm. Megan Whalen Turner, maybe!

    • She would be high on my list too, though she doesn’t write fast enough. Can you imagine if DWJ had made us wait almost a decade between books?

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