May 1, 2014

Book Giveaway: Win 1 of 3 copies of "The Best Science Fiction and Fantasy of the Year: Volume 8" edited by Jonathan Strahan (ends May 15, 2014)

NOTE: Giveaway has ended and winners have been contacted. Thanks to everyone for taking part, and to Solaris Books for their generosity.

I reviewed The Best Science Fiction and Fantasy of the Year: Volume 8 yesterday. You can read that review by clicking here. And if you'd like to read Jonathan Strahan's anthology for yourself, Solaris Books is giving you three chances, because they are offering three copies of the latest volume in the anthology series for three lucky winners!

The rules are simple. The giveaway is open to anyone. All you have to do is enter via the entry form below. There's only one required entry, in which you leave a comment. Then there are five more options for extra entries. On May 15th, THREE winners will be randomly selected from the entries, then announced here on the blog.

That's it. Good luck, everyone!

9 comments:

  1. Had a preview of this. Great book. Lots of variety. Some talented authors. PICK ME, PICK ME! ;)

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  2. Looks really good! GL everyone that enters :D

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  3. I must admit I do not read a lot of shorts and generally prefer the longer meatier reads that give me that world building I so enjoy. However, once in a while a short tale is loads of fun. One series of shorts I have been following is Once Upon A Zombie Apocalypse by Jennifer Malone Write and K.B. Miller. I read Episode Two, which was released in January and it was a hoot. Thank you for sharing with us and for this treat of a giveaway opportunity :)

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  4. I haven't read a lot of sci-fi lately..time to jump back into it.. good luck everyone..

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  5. I can't think of any short stories I have read this year. I tend to go for full length or epic.

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  8. The best short story I've read this year would have to be Cherub by Adam-Troy Castro.

    Thank you for the chance to win!

    -Amber Terry-

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  9. If it's edited by Jonathan Strahan, it has to be good. I've never met one of his anthologies I didn't like.

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