Monday, 12 September 2016

Win ferrety bookmark bling and actual proper paperback books too!

It's competition time!

Two of these paperbacks and all three cards could be yours.

a Rafflecopter giveaway OK - slight problem I've just been made aware of.  The link to leave a comment isn't working, so just leave a comment down the bottom here, then come back up and click 'I left a comment' on the section and that will work.


Join in my raffle and two lucky winners will each get:

1 adorable ferret with bling bookmark, valued at $US20
2 paperbacks of their choice from my list of titles, valued at $US20
3 supercute ferrety cards with envelopes. I honestly can't remember what I paid for them at an etsy shop, but they're so cute!

Bookmark!
Closer detail.
Here is the bookmark you could win. Isn't it adorable? You slot the long silvery bit into your book, and the bling ferret hangs on the outside.

I'm pretty sure if you did it the other way, the bling would seriously crumple your pages and nobody wants that.

The competition is open to people all over the world. I will pay the postage.

All you need to do is follow the Rafflecopter instructions. The more options you choose, the more entries you'll have. At the end of the competition, Rafflecopter will choose two winners at random.

Then I'll contact the winners via email and we can discuss which two of my six novels they want, and I'll stick it in the post.

Want to know what all my books are about? Why am I so keen on ferrets? Yeah, it all ties in. The four Ondine novels are about a teen girl whose pet ferret, Shambles, starts talking in a Scottish accent. It's set in the crazy eastern European country of Brugel. Trust me, these four books have really put Brugel on the map! Shambles is really a man living in reduced circumstances. He offended a witch and she cursed him good and proper!

Robyn & The Hoodettes is a young adult gender flip retelling of the Robin Hood legend. It's so much fun. Robyn is a headstrong peasant with a knack for getting into trouble. Her best friend, Marion, is the local blacksmith who yearns for adventure. The two of them fall headfirst in trouble, and a little bit in love along the way.

1916-ish is about three students who join a reinactment of a battle from World War One, and end up in the real thing. Ingrid is 16. She's out of place, out of time and out of Ritalin.

Good luck and may the ferret be with you!


7 comments:

Ebony McKenna. said...

This is the bit where you can comment.

M Williams said...

Thank you for redeeming the ferret :)

Bonnie @ A Backwards Story said...

Oh no!!! (You can't extend it?) Good luck!!

Ebony McKenna. said...

Thank you Maggie and Bonnie,
I thought I was being so clever with the technology too! I'm also fighting off a cold and the cold is winning.
But good luck to both of you!

Rachael Koch said...

I met you at the ARRA signing in Adelaide, and signed up to your list. Now glad that I did :)

Ebony McKenna. said...
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Ebony McKenna. said...

HI Rachel, good to see you again and good luck!