COMPETITION: Win a Copy of RED WINTER by Dan Smith #DanSmithBlogTour

Dan Smith Blog Tour (2)

It’s the final stop of the Dan Smith Blog Tour (and what a tour it’s been!) and to celebrate last week’s hardback publication of The Darkest Heart and paperback publication of Red Winter, those lovely people over at Orion have given us 10 copies of Red Winter to give away. You can enter in one of two simple ways:

  • Comment on this post – simple enough…if your comment looks like it originated from a human you’ll be entered into the draw.
  • Tweet a link to this post (click the Share button at the bottom of the post and select Twitter), or retweet a link that’s already out there. If your Tweet contains my username (@MattGCraig), the hashtag from the title of this post (#DanSmithBlogTour) and a link back to the post, you’ll be entered into the draw.

You only need to enter once, as multiple entries won’t improve your chance of winning. And you have until midnight (BST) on Sunday 20th July to enter. The winners will be drawn on Monday 21st and notified by email or Twitter and will hopefully have their nice shiny new book by the end of that week. This competition is open to UK residents only.

So, what are you waiting for?

(Keep an eye on the blog next week when I’ll be reviewing Dan Smith’s The Darkest Heart.)

43 thoughts on “COMPETITION: Win a Copy of RED WINTER by Dan Smith #DanSmithBlogTour

  1. Fab! We have a copy already but I’d love to enter to win a copy for Kara’s new high school, they’d love one for their library! 🙂 *crosses fingers* #pickme

  2. This book looks an entralling read. The plot sounds good and the historical time period is fascinating. Sounds like a book a few of my friends would enjoy as well.

  3. Sounds like my kinda book! I work sleep-ins so it’d be nice to have some reading material to get me through!

  4. Have not yet read one of Dan Smith’s books. He’s been on my list to try for a little while now, so fingers crossed!

  5. @janf06 : I’d love to give ‘Red Winter’ a read. #dansmithblogtour cheers

  6. My mum would love to read this book, she’s in her 80’s and has to have a operation to save her sight

  7. I’ve never read anything by Dan Smith before, but, now I’ve seen them, I can tell it’s my type of book and can’t wait to get my hands on them

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